Toyota Dyna vs. Toyota Toyoace — Vol. 190 |

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Toyota Dyna

Toyota Dyna vs. Toyota — Vol. 190

Short for the Toyota Dyna is a medium truck that is designed for use in the industry. The Dyna’s platform was based on the Toyopet Route RK52, and in 1959 the route name was changed to Dyna. then, the Dyna series has many model transitions, but has to its roots as a heavier duty truck.

The light-to-medium duty Toyopet Light hit the market in Two years later the vehicle’s was changed to the present day Toyota and it offered a 1.0-liter, 995 cc engine. work truck was similar to the but was not meant to handle as heavy of

The Toyota Toyoace and the Dyna sold as separately designed up until the fifth generation of the In 1985 the newest generation was launched, and was based on the fifth Dyna, which had hit the market the year.

The Series

Until the and the Toyoace lines were merged, they functioned on different platforms. The Toyoace was to be a lighter duty truck and on the Y-series platform, whereas the Dyna functioned as a U-series. the trucks were consolidated, the series, Y and U, were stilled Trucks assigned to the Y-series of a lighter payload, while the duty trucks were as U-series.

For example, in 1984 Toyota a light rear wheel model called the Rino. truck functioned on the Y30 platform and a 3.4-liter engine. In the same Toyota launched a model the Dyna 200/300/350 and designated it as the U60 This truck featured a diesel engine and a 2-3.5 ton depending on the corresponding model

By 1995 the sixth generation of was on the market and was fully merged the Dyna line. Although the differ, the models share the design and are only separated by individual sales channels. years later, Toyota out the first four-ton model released for the Toyoace lineup.


Through innovation, the and Toyoace saw a marked increase in versatility in 2005. The Dyna model was fitted with a designed three-way body allowed for a 50-degree rear angle, as well as a side-tipping of 45-degrees. This tipper was manufactured separate from the and was then assembled at Toyota’s center. This ensured delivery to customers and better availability.

In 2007 the Dyna’s was overhauled to provide more and to meet the Euro IV emissions Prior to this update, the Dyna and Toyoace dropsied, and chassis models featured a D-4D engine. The new 3.0-liter provided a much-needed boost in bumping output from to 109PS. Furthermore, the line’s capability increased from to 286Nm.

Pros and Cons

The Toyota and Toyoace have various that should be considered. the most recent models of the and Toyoace feature a hybrid system. This unique is a differentiating factor in a work because it allows for better efficiency. Furthermore, harmful can be reduced through the use of this of drive system.

Secondly, the front end of the vehicle paired the large glass windshield excellent visibility for the driver, can be crucial when maneuvering commercial work zones. In to this, the Dyna and Toyoace are in the chassis cab, tipper, and bodies. The user also has the of a standard, medium, and long with payloads that from 1000kg to over These functional choices this model a versatile that can be suitable for various within industry.

The fact that this is an vehicle means that the are sparse. Legroom in the Toyota and Toyoace may be inadequate for taller and is not the best choice for longer It has also been reported the water pump in the 2.0-liter and diesels has a tendency to break up and the timing belt.

This truck has withstood the of time, and has proven that it can be a addition to any work fleet.

Toyota Dyna
Toyota Dyna


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