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The QuickDelivery was introduced in 1982, and allows passengers to walk from the drivers seat to the rear of the vehicle standing upright. The powertrain comes as a rear wheel drive or four wheel drive. It is capable of a 2-ton payload starting with the second generation produced from 1986-1999. Later a revised version appeared badged the Urban Supporter.
The engines used starting in 1982 began with a 2.4 L and a 2.8 L starting in 1995.
- "QuickDelivery" (in Japanese). Japan: Toyota. Retrieved 2017-10-11.
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