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Toyota Coaster

Toyota Coaster

4,990 kg lb)

The Toyota Coaster is a minibus by Toyota Motor Corporation. It was in 1969, with the second introduced in 1982, followed by the generation in 1993. The third Coaster received a facelift in and again in 2007.

Since the Toyota Coaster is also under the name Hino II .


History [ edit ]

The Coaster was introduced in 1969 as a minibus using the same gear as the Toyota Dyna of the Early models used the Toyota R engine with manual transmission. With 98 PS (72 an RU19 Coaster could a top speed of 110 km/h (68 mph). [ 2 ] models used a variety of and six-cylinder diesel and petrol and an option of automatic transmission was introduced. A smaller alternative was introduced at Toyopet Store based on the Toyota ToyoAce the Toyota

HiAce which had the ability to up to 10 passengers but complied with Government regulations concerning dimensions and engine displacement the Coaster didn’t.

In August 1997, Toyota Hybrid EV minibus was launched, of Prius. The Coaster Hybrid, to Toyota, became its first hybrid vehicle. [ 3 ] Production of the Hybrid continued until

The LPG Coaster, fueled by liquefied gas. was developed specifically for the Kong market and its air pollution [ 4 ] This kind of minibuses are common in Hong Kong

The Coaster is common not only in Hong Kong, and Australia, but in the developing world for minibus in Africa. the Middle East. and the [ citation needed ] It is widely in Santa Cruz de la Sierra. Panama. and Peru as public These buses are imported from Asia and had to have the wheel moved to the left and the door to the other side.

The chassis of the Toyota Coaster is used on the Salvador Caetano and sold in Western Europe.

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BB10 — 2B — First Generation 22-25 passengers [ 5 ]

RB20 22R 2.4 litre gasoline engine, 26

BB21 3B/13B/14B 4cyl 26 passengers (1981-1993)

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HB30 2H 30 passengers,

HB31 12H-T Engine for EX models, sliding (1981-1990)

HDB30 1HD-T Engine for EX models (1989-1993)

HZB30 1HZ Engine 30 passengers

BB40 3B Engine 26 passenger

HZB40 1HZ 26 passengers

HZB50 1HZ 30 (1993-2012)

HZB51 1HZ Turbo 30 passengers (1993-2012)

BB58 15B (99-2003) 4×4 factory for Japan’s northern market and exported to Australia, 30 passengers

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