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Toyota van is a type of road vehicle used for transporting goods or people. Depending on the type of van it can be bigger or smaller than a truck and SUV, and bigger than a common car. The Toyota LiteAce and TownAce are a line of commercial and derivative passenger cars. The LiteAce launched in 1970 as a light-duty truck, with commercial and passenger van/wagon body variants added in 1971. The LiteAce followed the introduction of the more compact MiniAce and larger HiAce in 1967, acting as an intermediary between these two models in size and carrying capacity. Toyota released the first generation LiteAce M10 truck in November 1970 as a larger, upscale model line to sit above the MiniAce that had been introduced in 1967. In effect, LiteAce filled the gap between the smaller MiniAce and larger HiAce whilst keeping within Japanese vehicle size regulations concerning exterior dimensions and engine displacement.
Toyota later released a one-box Van/Wagon version of the LiteAce in February 1971. Initially featuring just a single sliding door on the passenger side (curbside), the van/wagon was offered in three seating configurations, of one, two, and three rows providing for three (van), six (van), and nine (Wagon) passengers, respectively. Toyota fitted the 1290 cc 4K-J inline-four engine with 69 PS (51 kW) to the van and truck initially, with the Wagon receiving the 1770cc 13T-U inline-four (TM20) good for 92 PS (68 kW). Both engines were teamed with a four-speed manual transmission. Although the van/wagon lines were fully redesigned in January 1992 with the re-bodied R20 series, the truck line was not renewed until the S400 series in 2008.
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