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Toyota Proace City is the 2022 Parkers Small Van of The Year

Toyota Proace City van review (2021)

The Toyota Proace City is winner of the Parkers Small Van of The Year award in 2021 and 2022. Launched in 2020, like the larger Proace (no City) medium van, this small van is a rebadged version of a Stellantis model – in this case, it’s a Citroen Berlingo / Peugeot Partner / Vauxhall Combo Cargo,...

  • Toyota Proace Electric - winner of the 2022 Parkers Electric Van of The Year award

    Toyota Proace Electric van review (2021)

    The Toyota Proace Electric joins the ranks of medium-sized electric vans we’re happy to thoroughly recommend. As with the diesel version of this van, the Proace Electric is built for Toyota by Stellantis, making it a carbon copy of the Vauxhall Vivaro-e, Peugeot e-Expert and Citroen e-Dispatch. But...

  • Toyota Hilux review, 2021 2.8-litre manual, Invincible X

    Toyota Hilux review (2021)

    The Toyota Hilux is one of the world's best known pickup trucks. First introduced way back in 1968, it quickly established an outstanding reputation as a durable workhorse and capable off-roader. This 2021 Toyota Hilux review covers the eighth-generation model, which was launched in 2016 and...

  • Toyota Land Cruiser Commercial 4x4 review (2021)

    The Toyota Land Cruiser Commercial is the van version of one of the toughest, best-known off-roaders in the world - the iconic Toyota Land Cruiser SUV. Rival to the likes of the Land Rover Discovery and Defender van models, this is an extremely accomplished commercial 4x4. Our 2021 Toyota Land...

  • Toyota Proace - runner up in the 2020 Parkers Medium Van of the Year Award

    Toyota Proace review (2021)

    This Toyota Proace medium van was launched in September 2016. If it looks vaguely familiar that's probably because it's basically the same van as the equivalent Peugeot Expert and Citroen Dispatch, and the latest Vauxhall Vivaro. Our 2021 Toyota Proace review will take you through all...

  • Toyota Proace review on Parkers Vans - exterior

    Toyota Proace review (2013-2016)

    High R&D costs and limited market volume mean joint ventures are commonplace in the van industry. The Toyota Proace, which replaced the Toyota Hiace in 2013, shares exactly the same chassis, driveline and body panels as the Citroen Dispatch, Fiat Scudo and Peugeot Expert. There are a lot of...

  • Toyota Hilux review on Parkers Vans - exterior

    Toyota Hilux review (2005-2016)

    Sixth-generation Hilux aimed to double sales in the UK and take advantage of the growing number of customers who use double-cab pick-up trucks as their only vehicle. The 2005 model offered standard air conditioning, alarm and remote central-locking, while the top grade double cabs have rear privacy...

  • Toyota Hiace review on Parkers Vans - exterior

    Toyota Hiace review (1983-2012)

    The Hiace is Toyota's largest panel van and is perhaps a cheaper alternative to more modern rivals like the Volkswagen Transporter and Mercedes-Benz Vito, as well as the Vauxhall Vivaro and Renault Trafic. It comes with a choice of engines and wheelbases, and with three trim levels. Fridge and...

  • Toyota Hilux review on Parkers Vans - exterior

    Toyota Hilux review (1976-2005)

    The Toyota Hilux is one of the world’s most popular 4x4 trucks and was the archetypical 4x4 in Britain until the emergence of the Mitsubishi L200, which is now the market leader. Single and double-cabs were available until a facelift in 2001, which saw the addition of an extra-cab version with...

Latest Toyota van and pickup dimensions

Toyota Proace Electric dimensions (2021-on)

Toyota only sells the Proace Electric in a single body size, one it judges to be the most popular from the main Proace diesel range. You do still get a choice of two battery pack sizes, however, which does impact payload – as we’ll cover further down this page. The load space is exactly the same...