Toyota has unveiled the all-new Granvia, reviving a nameplate that was discontinued since 2004.
Built on the same platform as the all-new Hiace, the Granvia is designed as a luxurious people mover, capable of seating 8 with ease. In addition to that, the all-new Granvia is fitted with four-link coil-spring rear suspension for improved comfort.
For the Australian market, the all-new Granvia will be offered with one turbodiesel powertrain, though Toyota has yet to confirm the exact engine and transmission. Two variants of the all-new Granvia will be made available, with features such as powered rear sliding doors, second-row captain seats, and leather upholstery separating them.
Both variants of the all-new Granvia will get Active Cruise Control and Toyota’s Pre-Collision Safety System (PCS), in addition to the generous 9 airbags.
Set to arrive in Australian showrooms by the fourth quarter of the year, the all-new Toyota Granvia will be replacing the long-serving Toyota Tarago (Estima to us). Both models will be sold side-by-side until the Tarago is discontinued towards the end of the year.