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post #1 of 8 Old 08-11-2014, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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The Toyota Probox/Succeed



Commonly used as a delivery van in Japan and as a taxi in south Asia, the Toyota Probox and Succeed recently got a nice facelift.

Most of the van keeps to what it was before. The back 2/3s are unchanged. There have been a few changes though: new headlights, a new grille, and a 94 hp, 1.3-liter engine. There is also some changes to the cabin, like a rack to hold notebooks, a fold out table, and a lock box.

Revised front suspension and speed-sensitive power steering are also notable improvements.

And the price starts at $12,900!



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and will it be sold in North America?
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It's not clear from the article that I read. Would you be interested in it if it was offered in North America?



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not sure if i would care for this to come to north america but i think it will be a good idea for toyota to bring some sort of cargo van to the american market.



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It's not clear from the article that I read. Would you be interested in it if it was offered in North America?
No. If its not sold in north america its irrelevant to the city express, and I know its not sold in North America
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What currency is that pricing in? Euro?



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Here's the original article that I saw this in to give you guys more info.

http://www.leftlanenews.com/toyota-i...rcial-van.html



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The price quoted has to be wrong.
Remember anything imported into the USA that is a van or pickup truck is subject to a 25% import tax ( called the Chicken tax)..... Unless manufactured in bordering country like Canada or Mexico where the city express/ nv200 is made.
Hence also why the fords are so expensive their price includes the 25% tax they are now made in Spain ( was Turkey with the mk1). Ford tried to put cheap seats in them so they could avoid the tax and remove after importing but the government would not go for it!
Remember the Subaru Brat/ pickup with seats in the bed!
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