Used Toyota Proace Vans in Scotland

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Toyota Proace 2.0D 120 Icon Van CHEAPEST VAN IN TH +18
Toyota Proace £18,000

2020

Manual

Mileage: 23,444

Diesel

Toyota Proace 1.6D Comfort Medium Panel Van MWB Eu +19
Toyota Proace £14,000

2018

Manual

Mileage: 55,000

Diesel

Toyota Proace  2021, 2000 miles, £23990 +19
Toyota Proace £23,990

2021

Manual

Mileage: 2,000

Diesel

Toyota Proace  2021, 2107 miles, £22995 +24
Toyota Proace £22,995

2021

Manual

Mileage: 2,107

Diesel

Toyota Proace 2.0D (120hp)(Eu6dT-E) Design Medium +19
Toyota Proace £30,995

2021

Manual

Mileage: 3,505

Other

Toyota Proace  2021, 6143 miles, £22000 +24
Toyota Proace £22,000

2021

Manual

Mileage: 6,143

Diesel

Toyota Proace  2019, 15521 miles, £22500 +19
Toyota Proace £22,500

2019

Manual

Mileage: 15,521

Diesel

Toyota Proace 1.6 L1 COMFORT 113 BHP 2018, 30800 m +16
Toyota Proace £15,000

2018

Manual

Mileage: 30,800

Diesel

Toyota Proace 1.6D 115 Comfort Van 2018, 32734 mil +24
Toyota Proace £15,695

2018

Manual

Mileage: 32,734

Diesel

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Why buy a used Toyota Proace with Exchange and Mart?

Toyota is a company that loves a partnership. It commissioned Yamaha to develop many of its petrol engines, it joint-developed a sports car with Subaru, sold engines to Lotus and agreed fuel cell and electric vehicle technology with BMW. Perhaps then, it won't surprise you to learn that when the Japanese giant was looking to rejuvenate its position in the LCV sector, it decided not to strike out alone. Instead it agreed a partnership with PSA Peugeot Citroen and the Proace was born. The first generation version was a re-badged version of the Citroen Dispatch and the Peugeot Expert and was launched in 2013 towards the end of the model lives of both those designs. This MK2 Proace, launched in mid-2016, is a much more modern thing, still sharing most things with its French stablemates but featuring a lot more Toyota input in its design.

About the Toyota Proace

There's plenty to like about this Proace. Thanks to its sophisticated underpinnings, it's light enough to facilitate an impressive set of efficiency stats, while at the same time being tough enough to take the kind of treatment that mid-sized vans must put up with in regular use. The practicalities add up too, especially if you make good use of the 'Smart Cargo' system with its variable front seat layout and configurable bulkhead. As for problems with this LCV, well there aren't too many and they tend to be things that may not bother many potential company buyers very much. It isn't, for example, the sharpest steer in the segment. And some customers could be disappointed that Toyota has chosen not to offer a choice of roof heights. Beyond that though, there's really not too much to complain about. If that's enough to get you interested in Proace ownership, there's little that'll put you off once one of these is running on your fleet. Vans from this brand have a history of selling to real professionals. Don't expect that to change any time soon.