Toyota Lite ACE 2023

1 Video
AVAILABLE
Engine
ENGINE CC 1.5L
MODEL 2023
NUMBER OF CYLINDER 4
FUEL PETROL
Performance
Transmission
TRANSMISSION MANUAL
GEARS 5 Speed

MODEL DESCRIPTION

MODEL DECRIPTION:

TOYOTA LITE ACE PANAL VAN 1.5L MT 2023 MODEL

 

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION:

MODEL: 2NR-VE

TYPE: 4-CYLINDER, IN-LINE, 16-VALVE DOHC, WITH DUAL VVT-I

DISPLEMENT: 1,496

MAX OUTPUT (PS/RPM): 98/6000

MAX TORQUE (NM/RPM): 134-4,400

FUEL TYPE: PETROL (GASOLINE)

TRANSMISSION: 5-SPEED MT

 

EXTERIOR:

  • HEADLAMPS: HALOGEN
  • TYRE SIZE: 165R14C
  • BLACK COLOUR DOOR HANDELS
  • BLACK COLOUR DOOR MIRRORS
  • WINDSHIELD WIPER FRONT: WITH INTERMITTENT
  • ANTENNA: SHARK FIN

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR

INTERIOR FEATURES & SAFETY:

  • IGNITION SYSTEM: ROTARY SYSTEM
  • POWER FEATURES: FRONT DOOR
  • POWER WINDOW
  • POWER STEERING
  • TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY
  • AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM: MANUAL DIAL
  • AUDIO SYSTEM: AM/FM/USB/BLUTOOTH/AUX
  • SRS AIRBAGS: DRIVER + PASSENGER
  • ABS: ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM
INTERIOR DESIGN
  • key start
  • Power Steering
  • Power Window
  • 2 Seater
SAFETY FEATURES
  • 2 Airbags (D+P)
  • ABS
  • Parking Sensor
EXTERIOR FEATURES
  • 14″ Inch steel wheels
  • Body Color Door Handels and Mirrors
  • Halogen Headlight
  • Parking Sensor
EXTRA FEATURES
  • Audio System
  • 2 Speakers
  • Seats Belt Reminder
  • Manual Climate Control

The Toyota LiteAce and TownAce are a line of light commercial and derivative passenger vans produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Toyota. These vehicles originally utilized the cab-over-engine configuration, although since 1996 a semi-cab-over arrangement has featured instead. The LiteAce launched in 1970 as light-duty truck, with commercial and van/wagon body variants added in 1971. In 1976, Toyota released the larger TownAce van/wagon that derived from the LiteAce; a TownAce truck arrived later in 1978. Between 1982 and 1992, the series accommodated the MasterAce Surf—an upscale TownAce passenger wagon.

The two model lines existed separately until 1982 when TownAce trucks became rebadged LiteAce trucks—then in 1992 LiteAce vans became rebranded TownAce vans—thus unifying the once separate vehicle lines. In Japan, the LiteAce retailed at Toyota Auto Store dealerships, with the TownAce sold at Toyota Corolla Store dealerships. The LiteAce and TownAce have been commonly exported to Africa, Asia and Australia. Over the years, select LiteAce/TownAce models have also been available with Daihatsu Delta badging in Japan. Originally sold as the Delta 750 based on the LiteAce truck, later versions have been badged Delta Wide and based on the TownAce van. For the final Delta retailed between 1996 and 2001, the “Wide” suffix disappeared.

The LiteAce followed the introduction of the more compact MiniAce and larger HiAce in 1967, acting as an intermediacy between these two models in size and carrying capacity. By the mid-1970s, the MiniAce had been retired and the HiAce had grown, thus creating a void in the market resumed by the TownAce. The “Ace” moniker references the Toyota ToyoAce medium-duty truck sold starting 1956. The “Lite” in LiteAce refers to its light-duty capability, and the “Town” in TownAce alludes to the suitability of the model for urban areas.

Contact Information

Address: Showroom No 158, Dubai Auto Zone – Dubai
PHONE:
+971 55 810 8985

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    Year 2023
    Engine 1.5L