Toyota Proace City review

Category: Small Van

Section: Interior

Toyota Proace City front interior
  • 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
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

If you’re after some interior design originality, then look away; while the Peugeot Partner gets its own cabin design, the Vauxhall, Citroën and now Toyota share a broadly similar cab.

Fortunately, that means Proace City vans get a spacious interior, with 15 storage compartments ranging from places to put coins through to compartments large enough to store a bulky item like a laptop. There’s an under-seat pull-out tray, as well as a fold-down table on the three-seater versions. Both trim levels come with overhead storage as standard along with an air-cooled glovebox. However, it is worth noting that entry-level Active vans get open storage compartments in the dash, while the Icon gets covered storage.