Toyota Probox

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Toyota Probox (XP50/160)
Toyota Probox Van DX.jpg
Toyota Probox Van DX (NCP51V)
Overview
ManufacturerDaihatsu[1]
Also called
Production
  • 2002–present
  • *2002–2014 (XP50)
  • *2014–present (XP160)
AssemblyJapan: Ōyamazaki, Kyoto (Daihatsu Kyoto plant)[1]
Body and chassis
ClassSubcompact Wagon
Light commercial vehicle
Body style5-door station wagon/van
Layout
PlatformToyota NBC platform (2002–2014)
Toyota B platform (2014–present)
RelatedToyota Vitz
Toyota Yaris
Toyota Vios
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,550 mm (100.4 in) (XP50/160)
Length4,195 mm (165.2 in) (XP50)
4,245 mm (167.1 in) (XP160)
Width1,690–1,695 mm (66.5–66.7 in) (XP50/160)
Height1,525–1,530 mm (60.0–60.2 in) (XP50/160)
Curb weight1,030–1,120 kg (2,270.8–2,469.2 lb) (XP50)
1,090–1,170 kg (2,403.0–2,579.4 lb) (XP160)
Chronology
PredecessorToyota Corolla/Sprinter Van (E100)
Toyota Succeed
SuccessorToyota Fielder (Probox Wagon)

The Toyota Probox is a 5-door, 2 or 4-seater passenger car (Probox Wagon) and light commercial van (Probox Van) produced by Daihatsu[1] for Toyota since July 2002, set to replace the Corolla/Sprinter van.[1] The Probox serves as a slightly shorter version of the Toyota Succeed.

The Probox is used with a left-hand drive conversion extensively as a taxi in Peru and Bolivia. It remains in the JDM right-hand drive orientation for Jamaica. [2] Right-hand-drive Proboxes are used in Myanmar despite the country's traffic being oriented on the right.[3]

2015[edit]

In late 2014, the Probox received a redesign and became a replacement for the pre-facelift Succeed.

Starting in 2018, a rebadged version of the Probox has been offered in Japan as the Mazda Familia Van.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "75 Years of Toyota - Toyota Probox (XP50)". www.toyota-global.com.
  2. ^ Autoevolution.com
  3. ^ Manandhar, Ashok (2016-03-07). "Picturing the Probox". Myanmar Times. Retrieved 2019-02-19.

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