Toyota Succeed

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Toyota Succeed (XP50/160)
Toyota Succeed Van UL.jpg
Toyota Succeed Van UL (NCP51V)
Overview
ManufacturerDaihatsu[1]
Also called
Production
  • 2002–2020[2]
  • *2002–2014 (XP50)
  • *2014–2020 (XP160)
AssemblyJapan: Ōyamazaki, Kyoto (Daihatsu Kyoto plant)[1]
Body and chassis
Class
Body style5-door station wagon/van
Layout
PlatformToyota NBC platform (2002–2014)
Toyota B platform (2014–2020)
Related
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,550 mm (100.4 in) (X50/160)
Length4,300 mm (169.3 in) (XP50)
4,245 mm (167.1 in) (XP160)
Width1,690–1,695 mm (66.5–66.7 in) (XP50/160)
Height1,510–1,515 mm (59.4–59.6 in) (XP50)
1,525–1,530 mm (60.0–60.2 in) (XP160)
Curb weight1,050–1,140 kg (2,314.9–2,513.3 lb) (XP50)
1,100–1,170 kg (2,425.1–2,579.4 lb) (XP160)
Chronology
PredecessorToyota Caldina Van (T190)
SuccessorToyota Probox (Succeed Van)
Toyota Corolla Fielder (Succeed Wagon)
Toyota Succeed Van U 4WD (NCP55V, rear)

The Toyota Succeed is a station wagon/van sold by Toyota in Japan as passenger car[3] and commercial van.[4] It was introduced in July 2002 as the successor of Toyota Caldina Van.[1] A more basic and shorter version 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 facelifted model of the Toyota Probox, the dimensions also became identical. The passenger variant also discontinued and the role was taken over by Toyota Corolla Fielder Wagon.

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

In May 2020, Succeed was discontinued and leaving Probox as the only Toyota's subcompact commercial van, above the smaller Toyota Pixis Van and below the bigger Toyota Corolla Fielder Van.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "75 Years of Toyota: Toyota Succeed Van (XP50)". www.toyota-global.com.
  2. ^ https://bestcarweb.jp/news/156182
  3. ^ Succeed wagon Archived 2007-02-22 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Succeed van Archived 2007-02-22 at the Wayback Machine

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