The Toyota Hiace 3.0 is a diesel-powered, multipurpose van that is aimed primarily at the Asian and European markets. The 2010 model is part of the fifth generation of Hiace vehicles; they have been produced since 2005. Its main competitor is the Volkswagen Transporter. Before the Toyota Hiace is converted for its intended use, all 3.0 models share the same set of mechanical specifications.
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The 2010 Toyota Hiace is 4,695 millimetres long, 1,695 millimetres wide and 1,980 millimetres tall, producing a wheelbase of 2,570 millimetres and a cargo area load space of 6,000 litres. It has a total weight of 1,780 kilograms, and a fuel capacity of 70 litres.
Engine and Transmission
The 2010 Toyota Hiace has a 2,982-cc, four-cylinder in-line dual overhead cam turbo engine with a bore and stroke of 92 and 103 millimetres, respectively. It can generate a maximum output power of 100 kilowatts at 3,400rpm, and a maximum torque of 300 newton-meters at 1,200rpm. It has a rear-wheel-drive, four-gear automatic transmission. It has a combined fuel consumption of 8.5 litres.
Performance and Chassis
A new Toyota Hiace is capable of a gross weight of 2,800 kilograms and a gross trailer weight of 1,400 kilograms (braked) and 400 kilograms (un-braked). It has a power-to-weight ratio of 67.3 kilowatts/ton. The chassis is fitted with ventilated disc brakes (in the front) and drum brakes (in the rear). The suspension is double wishbone in the front and rigid axle in the rear.
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