Toyota Proace City review

Category: Small Van

Section: Costs & verdict

Toyota Proace City van rear doors open
  • Toyota Proace City van action nose on
  • Toyota Proace City side-on action
  • Toyota Proace City front interior
  • Toyota Proace City van interior and load space
  • Toyota Proace City van rear doors open
  • Toyota Proace City van action nose on
  • Toyota Proace City side-on action
  • Toyota Proace City front interior
  • Toyota Proace City van interior and load space
  • Toyota Proace City van rear doors open
What Car?’s ProAce City deals

Costs & verdict

Everyday costs, plus how reliable and safe it is

Toyota has a reputation for reliability, but the Proace City is technically not a Toyota product in the same way a Toyota Hilux pick-up truck is. That doesn’t, however, stop the brand from putting an impressive five-year/100,000 miles warranty on the van.

That’s especially impressive given that the same van from Citroën, Peugeot and Vauxhall comes with a three-year/60,000 mile warranty. Clearly, Toyota backs both its partners and the quality of the product on offer.

Overview

It might be a Toyota in name only, but the Proace City is backed up by an impressive warranty and built on one of the best small vans in the segment. It’s comfortable and practical, but Citroën, Peugeot and Vauxhall equivalents do offer more in the way of choices.

  • Generous base-level equipment
  • Enhanced warranty
  • Smart and comfortable interior
  • Few optional extras
  • Limited choice of engines
  • Just two trim levels to choose from