2023 Toyota HiAce price and specs – Drive – Drive

The Toyota HiAce gains power-adjustable driver lumbar support across the range, plus a ‘barn door’ option for van variants. Prices have risen by up to $1090.
The 2023 Toyota HiAce van and bus range has gained a number of updates for the new model year – and price rises of between $530 and $1090 – ahead of showroom arrivals due before the end of the year.
New for Toyota’s popular HiAce is the addition of a barn door option – priced from $750 on most van variants – which replaces the top-hinged tailgate with a pair of side-hinged doors, featuring dual wipers on LWB (long-wheelbase) models.
Available on all van versions – except the LWB Crew five-seater and LWB Van manual base model – the barn doors open 90 degrees with a soft lock, and can be folded back to 180 degrees “for easy access to the load area”, Toyota Australia says.
Also new is power lumbar support for the driver’s seat on all model grades.
Prices have risen by $530 for all variants except the SLWB Van, which has risen by $1090 for the new model year. The range now opens from $44,760 plus on-road costs for the LWB Van manual.
Powering all HiAce variants is a 2.8-litre turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine, which develops 130kW and 450Nm in van variants, or 120kW and 420Nm in the Commuter models.
A six-speed manual is the standard transmission in the entry-level LWB Van, with all other grades using a six-speed automatic as standard (or $2000 extra in the LWB Van). All models are rear-wheel drive.
For a deep dive into dimensions, payloads and other key specifications for the HiAce range, click here to view Toyota Australia’s specification sheet for the 2022 model (which is mechanically identical to the 2023, excluding the barn door option.
A full list of standard features across the 2023 Toyota HiAce range – which is due in showrooms in the coming months – is below.
Note: All prices above exclude on-road costs.
Alex Misoyannis has been writing about cars since 2017, when he started his own website, Redline. He contributed for Drive in 2018, before joining CarAdvice in 2019, becoming a regular contributing journalist within the news team in 2020. Cars have played a central role throughout Alex’s life, from flicking through car magazines at a young age, to growing up around performance vehicles in a car-loving family.
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