About Toyota Van
Toyota is one of the world's largest automakers, producing about 10 million cars per year. The Toyota Van was Toyota's production car and was sold in several versions worldwide. The Toyota Van is a slightly enlarged version of the LiteAce or TownAce. The car's cabin parts are designed like that of a large light truck, but the front end is different. The front of the car has a steep slope. It was introduced in North America in 1984.
The North American model is officially known as the Toyota Van, sometimes referred to as the Mystery Machine van. RWD versions were sold in the United States from 1984 to 1989, and AWD models from 1987 to 1989. Four-wheel drive models were equipped with drive wheels and a clutch transmission. Initially, it was only available in Japan with 2.8- and 3-liter diesel engines but was also offered with a gasoline engine in the export market. The base model is usually the DX. Other trims were the GL, Super Custom, and Super Custom Limited. Since 1987, all trim levels have been equipped with parts like turn signals.
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The Toyota Van has a front seat in the center, and the driver and passenger sit directly above the seat. The van's short wheelbase makes for a very bumpy ride and a short 4-meter side axle. Deluxe and LE versions are available, plus parts like an ice maker/freezer built into the floor between the front seats and connected to the air conditioning cooling ducts. Also available are parts like captain's seats, dual sunroofs, digital clock, satellite radio, fog lights, speedometer, and tinted glass package. Most LE have parts like tinted bumpers and grilles, power mirrors, and chrome emblem, while base versions have black bumpers.
The Toyota Van is equally popular for its reliability and smooth operation. All vans are equipped to a high standard to ensure excellent safety and comfort. Anti-lock brakes, third brake light, auxiliary lights, tachometer, and driver's airbag are standard on all GX, while the central locking is standard on GS.