Toyota HiAce 2007
The 2007 Toyota HiAce carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1400 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Toyota HiAce 2007 Dimensions
Dimensions for the 2007 Toyota HiAce are dependent on which body type is chosen. The maximum width and height is 1880mm x 2285mm and can vary on the basis of model.
|Toyota HiAce Model||Body Type||Height x Width x Length||Ground Clearance|
|LWB||Commercial||1980x1695x4695 mm||160 mm|
|Slwb||Commercial||2285x1880x5380 mm||155 mm|
|Commuter||People mover||2285x1880x5380 mm||155 mm|
Toyota HiAce 2007 Price and Specs
|Toyota HiAce Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|LWB||Commercial||3.0L Diesel 4 SP AUTO||$9,600||$14,520|
|LWB||Commercial||3.0L Diesel 5 SP MAN||$9,100||$13,640|
|LWB||Commercial||2.7L ULP 4 SP AUTO||$8,900||$13,420|
|LWB||Commercial||2.7L ULP 5 SP MAN||$7,500||$11,550|
|Commuter||People mover||3.0L Diesel 4 SP AUTO||$9,800||$14,740|
|Commuter||People mover||3.0L Diesel 5 SP MAN||$9,400||$14,190|
|Commuter||People mover||2.7L ULP 4 SP AUTO||$10,700||$15,730|
|Commuter||People mover||2.7L ULP 5 SP MAN||$9,900||$14,960|
Toyota HiAce 2007 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Toyota HiAce 2007 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Why does my 2007 Toyota Hiace make a whistling noise?
I’ll take a stab in the dark here and suggest that your van is a turbo-diesel (there was a petrol version offered as well, but the diesel was much more popular). If that’s the case, you could be dealing with a turbocharger that’s showing wear. Specifically, this is likely to be in the turbo’s bearing which will become noisy (and potentially emit a whistling noise) as the bearing starts to degrade. Turbochargers often spin at speeds of up to 250,000rpm, so the bearing really has its work cut out.
The clue to all this is that the vehicle starts whistling when you press the throttle; that is, when you place a load on the engine and ask the turbocharger to start providing boost. That’s when the worn bearing becomes loaded (and noisy). But you could also be looking at something much simpler such as an exhaust that has collapsed internally and is offering a whistling soundtrack, or even a loose piece of intake plumbing that is also allowing the air passing over it to whistle. Perhaps there’s something in the gearbox that is making a high-pitched noise as well. You really need to have the vehicle looked at by somebody who knows their HiAces and take it from there.