Toyota Succeed

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Toyota Succeed
Toyota Succeed Van UL.jpg
Manufacturer Toyota
Production 2002-Present
Assembly Daihatsu Motor Company, Kyoto factory
Body and chassis
Class Station wagon
Body style 5-door station wagon
Related Toyota Probox
Engine 1NZ-FE 1.5L straight-4 DOHC type 4
SOHC 1.4L diesel straight type 1ND-TV
Transmission 5-speed MT / 4-speed AT
Wheelbase 2,550 mm
Length 4,300 mm
Width 1,690 mm - 1,695 mm
Height 1,510 mm (FF)
1,515 mm (4WD)
Curb weight 1,050 kg - 1,140 kg
Facelift model

The Toyota Succeed is a station wagon sold by Toyota in Japan as a passenger car.[1][2] It was introduced in July 2002. A more basic version for delivery use is known as the Toyota Probox.

For 2007 Japanese models, G-Book, a subscription telematics service, was offered as an option.

The 2014 model of the Succeed had an interior and exterior facelift, the new model also bears a strong resemblance to the current model of the Toyota Probox.


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