The Toyota Hiace has stirred car market for nearly 13 years. And for 2018, the Japanese brand has decided to refresh its well-known people carrier by adding further refinements to both powertrain and safety-wise.
Toyota has decided to refresh its well-known people carrier by adding further refinements to both powertrain and safety-wise
In Japan, the Toyota Hiace 2018 can be blessed with a 2.8L 1 GD-FTV turbo diesel engine which is tuned up from that of the updated Innova and Hilux, according to latest car news. As for the output, the new engine can produce 150 PS @ 3,600 rpm and a peak torque of 300 Nm between 1,000 – 3,400 rpm. A 6-speed automatic transmission with manual select is also an extra offering to replace the dated 4-speed automatic.
In Japan, the Toyota Hiace 2018 can be blessed with a 2.8L 1 GD-FTV turbo diesel engine
Alongside the new heart, the Japan-mode Toyota Hiace still runs the familiar inline-four gasoline engines: 2.7L 2TR-FE and 2.0L 1TR-FE. The smaller engine is capable of 136 PS @ 5,600 rpm and 182 Nm @ 4,000 rpm while the bigger one can deliver 243 Nm @ 4,000 rpm and 160 PS @ 5,200 rpm. Similar to the 2.8L engine, these two engines are also mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission with manual select.
Toyota Safety Sense P is not strange to Toyota models and now, it’s available in the Toyota Hiace 2018 apart from standard features like ABS, traction control and Vehicle Stability Control. Thanks to this new advanced safety kit, the Hiace will become far safer with:
- Front Collision Avoidance/Mitigation
- Lane Departure Alert
- Pre-cash Safety
- Pedestrian Detection
- Automatic High Beam Assist
The Hiace 2018 model year features Toyota Safety Sense P
It’s unsure whether the Philippine-spec Hiace will get the upgraded Toyota Hiace or not. For now, it still packs the 3.0L 1KD-FTV turbo diesel engine with 136 PS and 300 Nm, paired with a 4-speed automatic gearbox. To find out more about the Toyota Hiace 2018 Philippines, click here where all about this van are revealed in our in-depth review.
|2018 Toyota Hiace Commuter 3.0 MT||₱1,346,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace GL Grandia 3.0 MT | Monotone||₱1,697,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace GL Grandia 3.0 MT | 2-Tone||₱1,712,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace GL Grandia 3.0 AT | Monotone||₱1,762,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace GL Grandia 3.0 AT | 2-Tone||₱1,777,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace Super Grandia (Fabric) 3.0 AT | Monotone||₱1,982,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace Super Grandia (Fabric) 3.0 AT | 2-Tone||₱1,997,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace Super Grandia (Leather) 3.0 AT | Monotone||₱2,142,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace Super Grandia (Leather) 2.5 AT | 2-Tone||₱2,157,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace Super Grandia 3.0 LXV AT||₱2,593,000|
|2018 Toyota Hiace Super Grandia 3.0 LXV White Pearl||₱2,608,000|
Know more about Toyota Hiace 2022
The Toyota Hiace 2022 is a light commercial vehicle that is a familiar sight on Philippine roads. Aside from being used as a spacious private transport for households with large families, it is also typically employed for business in delivering cargo and as a fleet transport. Toyota Hiace Prices in the Philippines range between PHP 1,649,000 and PHP 2,998,000 with seven variants, from a base 15-seater Commuter Deluxe variant to the top-spec 10-seater Super Grandia Elite trim. A single 2.8-liter turbodiesel engine is on offer, partnered with either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission.
A Hiace car features a body measuring 5,265mm long, 1,950mm wide, and 1,990mm high on most variants, with a wheelbase of 3,210mm. Dimensions differ on the range-topping Super Grandia Elite which sits 650mm longer and 290mm higher, and has a wheelbase of 3,860mm. Monthly installments start at Php 19,875 for the Commuter Deluxe, with a 60-month contract on a 50 percent downpayment. Among its rivals are the Nissan Urvan, Foton View Traveller, Hyundai Grand Starex, Hyundai H350, and Ford Transit.
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