Offering stress-free cruising, the all-new Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) showcases a more dignified exterior interspersed with a spacious and glamorous interior that instills pride and enjoyment.
It is powered by a 2.7-litre in-line-4-cylinder engine that produces an outstanding 174 hp and a maximum torque of 450 Nm through a 6-speed automatic. The Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) features the second generation of Toyota Safety Sense to offer you maximum protection in driving and keep you safe wherever your adventure takes you.
Luxurious travel for your family is possible in this well-appointed car. With a seating capacity of up to 6 people and the option of a four-wheel-drive system, the new Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) is the everyday high-class MPV for you.
Special Features of the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater)
Tilt & Telescopic Steering
The tilt function primarily assists in steering adjustment by moving the wheel in an arc in an up and down motion.
On the other hand, a telescopic steering column is a component that allows the driver to tilt the steering wheel towards or away from the driver for personal comfort and ease of use.
Executive Power Seats
For complete relaxation, the four seats comprising the second and third rows of the three-row Premium grade showcases executive power seating.
It also features a long-slide mechanism, a power-reclining function, a power ottoman, headrest, an angle adjustable, and a large armrest with one cup holder and pocket for each seat that boost comfort and convenience.
4-spoke Steering Wheel
Genuine black leather and woodgrain is wrapped around the multi-function 4-spoke steering wheel of the Toyota Granace.
Driving this luxury van has become more personalized and convenient as it comes with several functionalities, such as its electric power steering.
With its auto tilt-away and return function, you can easily change your preferred driving position.
Toyota Safety Sense
Using a laser radar unit and a single-lens camera, the new Toyota Granace features advanced and active safety equipment that delivers excellent reliability and performance, the Toyota Safety Sense.
The package includes Pre-crash Safety System, Lane Departure Alert, Radar Cruise Control, and an Automatic High Beam.
The Smart Entry is a feature that allows the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) to lock and unlock without using the key. It also allows you to fire the engine by clicking the Start/Stop button.
This button can be found on the dashboard, just behind the steering wheel, allowing you to turn your engine on and off.
The fully automatic air conditioning system operates extensively as both front and rear areas are fitted with adjustable vents, enabling the cold air to circulate uniformly.
Thanks to the integrated Nanoe System, the air ventilation is always clean and safe. This mechanism uses sufficient particle ions formed from humidity in the air to form small particles from electrically charged water molecules.
These water molecules filled with OH radicals suppress bacteria, pollen, mould, and viruses in the air, while also eliminating odours.
Interior of the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater)
The brand new Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) provides a folding side table for four cup holders for passengers a safe place to put their hot and cold drinks while on the road.
The cup holders will keep your drinks secure and within reach. This setup allows you to focus on the road and, therefore, less likely to get into an accident.
8-inch Media Display
Taking you on a new level of sophistication, the new Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) comes with an 8-inch media display, guaranteeing that you are always in tune with vehicle operations, exterior weather conditions, and safety systems.
It is found on the instrument panel, conveying valuable messages and details to make you run your car more conveniently.
Forged to supplement and enhance the seat belt system and improve passenger safety, the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) SRS Airbag package is engineered to inflate instantly in the event of a sudden crash or deceleration force that might signal a collision.
In the front and back, integrated knee airbags, side airbags, and SRS curtain shield airbags are entirely equipped to deal with any possible hazard.
Full Auto Air Conditioner
Set out for the driver and passenger areas, the left, right, front, and rear side of the car provides individual controls for choosing temperature levels.
Its capacity to automatically control the airflow, temperature, and air distribution give every passenger a more comfortable cabin experience.
Door Sill Illumination
Aside from aesthetics, the Door Sill Illumination also offers you enhanced visibility as you enter your vehicle. It Illuminates the doorstep to ensure safe entry and exit at night and in dark locations.
The illuminated door sill is an orientation aid in extreme darkness when you run the risk of getting stuck in the door sill, especially when wearing heavy boots or high heels, which can be effectively avoided by illumination.
The Optitron meter gives a different appeal to the instrument cluster, with its blue gradients resulting in a refined and sophisticated impression.
The Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) Optitron meter comes with meter illumination and multi-information display, a 4.2 inch TFT colour.
With its clean, high-tech coloured LED lighting for the backlight, the information displayed appears more readable and more comfortable on the eyes because of its illumination control.
Exterior of the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater)
17-inch Aluminium Wheels
Crafted to suit the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater), these 17-inch aluminium wheels.
Built to be tough, these wheels can endure and last to deliver superior performance, at the same time, adding that athletic and masculine aura to the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater).
Two Eyes LED Headlamp
A feature that offers a practical aesthetic, the 2-eye LED headlamp gives that “four-eyed face” concept while making all lighting functions available.
A high-low beam with an auto-levelling function and an LED clearance lamp offers unparalleled safety under any environmental light conditions and weather conditions.
LED Front Fog Lamp
The Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) exudes a functional aesthetic, with an LED front fog lamp that improves road visibility and security during inclement weather.
It also makes your car more visible while promising a longer lifespan and using less energy than halogen bulbs.
To enhance aerodynamics, the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) comes with front & rear air spats. It influences the behaviour of the atmosphere around the vehicle while increasing overall performance.
Air spats also attract interest as a fashion statement in the Granace.
With the rearview camera equipped at the back of the car, reverse parking and manoeuvring are considerably more manageable and smoother.
It automatically activates and displays the vehicle’s area with dynamic guidelines on the central monitor once you engage the reverse gear.
Blind Spot Monitor
The Blind-spot monitoring detects vehicles in the adjacent lanes using sensors mounted on the side mirrors or rear bumper.
When changing lanes, it helps the driver avoid a collision by detecting vehicles in the blind spot area. It alerts you via an audible and/or visual warning If the sensors detect something.
Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) Specifications
- Driver’s seat 8-way power seat and the front passenger’s seat 4-way power seat
- Second and Third-row Seats
- Executive power seat
- Power reclining
- Power ottoman
- Angle adjustable large
- Large armrest (one cup holder and pocket each seat)
- Folding side table (four cup holders)
- Front door trim (one synthetic leather + satin plated decorative + woodgrain decorative bottle holder)
- Slide door trim (one left and right satin plated decorative + woodgrain decorative bottle holder)
- Rear quarter trim (two left satin plated decorative + woodgrain decorative bottle holder)
- Door sill illumination for sliding doors
- Front automatic air conditioning (front and rear independent temperature control)
- Rear automatic air conditioning
- 8-inch media display
- 17-inch aluminium wheels
- Idling stop function (Stop & Start System)
- Sprung mass damping control
- Air spats (front / rear)
- Toyota Safety Sense
- Pre-crash safety system (millimetre-wave radar + monocular camera system)
- Lane departure alert
- Radar cruise control (with brake control)
- Automatic high beam
- The preceding vehicle start notification function
- Reversing camera
- Blindspot monitor
- Rear cross-traffic auto brake [parking support brake (vehicle approaching backwards)]
- Intelligent clearance sonar
- ABS & brake assist with VSC / EBD (electronic braking force distribution control)
- Drive start control
- Tire pressure warning system (TPWS)
- SRS airbag (driver and front passenger) + knee airbag (driver) + side airbag (driver and front passenger) + curtain shield airbag (front and rear)
- 2 eye LED headlamp (high-low beam / with auto-levelling function)
- LED clearance lamps (with daylight function)
- Digital rearview mirror (with a camera cleaning function)
- Auto electric retractable remote control plated door mirror (with LED side turn lamps)
- LED front fog lights
- Optitron meter (with meter illumination) + multi-information display (4.2 inch TFT color)
- Smart Entry
- Power sliding doors on both sides
- 4-spoke steering wheel (genuine leather + woodgrain)
- Tilt and telescopic steering column
Technical Data of the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater)
|Engine||Inline 4-cylinder diesel|
|Engine Capacity||2,754 cc|
|Max Output||174 hp (130 kW) / 3,400 rpm|
|Max Torque||450 Nm / 1,600 ~ 2,400 rpm|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||5,300 mm x 1,970 mm x 1,990 mm|
|Fuel Tank capacity|
History of Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater)
The Toyota HiAce, pronounced “High Ace,” is a light commercial van manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota. The HiAce was first introduced in October 1967 and has since been available in various body configurations, including a minivan/MPV, minibus, panel van, crew van, pickup truck, taxi, and ambulance. In Japan, the HiAce is only available at Toyopet Store locations.
Toyota Auto Body, a Toyota subcontracting company, led the development of the HiAce in the late 1960s as a small van with a one-box design, similar to European ones at the time but, according to former Toyota senior employee Akira Kawahara, unheard of in the Japanese industry.
The HiAce was introduced in 1967 as a cab over the pick-up, delivery van, and stretched commuter vehicle. In camper van configuration, it was also known as the HiAce Commercial. It was released two years after the Nissan Homy, which Nissan acquired when they took over the operations of the Prince Motor Company.
The HiAce was designed primarily as a commuter vehicle, with seating for up to eight people. With this goal in mind, the HiAce exterior dimensions and engine displacement were designed according to Japanese government regulations to encourage sales and accommodate the greatest number of passengers by utilizing a cabover body style, with the engine installed underneath and between the front passengers. With this goal in mind, the HiAce exterior dimensions and engine displacement were designed to comply with Japanese government regulations in order to promote sales and accommodate the most passengers by utilizing a cabover body style, with the engine installed underneath and between the front passengers.
The 1977 HiAce had a longer, more streamlined cab with single headlights. As the dimensions of the second generation grew, it was joined by a smaller, junior-level cabover van called the Toyota LiteAce to maintain dimensions closer to the first generation.
In 1982, a new HiAce van was introduced, followed by the HiAce pickup truck in August 1985. The truck’s cab design was similar to that of the larger ToyoAce light truck, though the frontal styling was different. The truck was a different model than the van.
The fourth-generation model debuted in August 1989 and was available in standard and long-wheelbase variants and a Grand Cabin, standard and long-wheelbase vans, and long and super long wheelbase high roof vans. The Commuter, a 15-seat minibus, shares a body design with the latter. In August 1993, the fourth-generation HiAce received a facelift.
The fifth-generation HiAce was introduced in late 2004 as a wide long-wheelbase wagon, a wide super-long-wheelbase high-roof “Grand Cabin,” a long-wheelbase van, a long-wheelbase high-roof van, and a wide super-long-wheelbase high-roof van. On June 13, 2005, the fifth-generation HiAce was introduced in the Philippines, with D-4D variants; the 15-seater Commuter and the 13-seater GL Grandia, both with manual transmission.
On February 18, 2019, the sixth generation HiAce made its global debut in the Philippines. It departs from the design language of its predecessors by employing a front hood/bonnet arrangement rather than a cab-over design. Takuo Ishikawa, Toyota’s chief engineer, oversaw its development.
Granvia, a more luxurious passenger version of the HiAce, was released on May 21, 2019, and is available in Taiwan and Australia (replacing the Tarago). The Granvia was also released as the Majesty in Thailand on August 16, 2019, replacing the Ventury,, followed by the HiAce Super Grandia in the Philippines on August 19, 2019. It is also known as the GranAce in Japan, where it was announced on October 8, 2019, and debuted at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show from October to November 2019. On December 16, 2019, it went on sale.
The HiAce Powervan served as the foundation for the Grand Hiace. The largest market of Toyota HiAce is in Japan, and the Philippines is the largest Hiace market outside Japan.20
Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) FAQ
How many seats does the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) have?
The Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) has six seating capacity.
How many cc/power does the Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) have?
The Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) has 2,754cc and has a maximum output of 174 hp and 450 Nm of torque.
What is its fuel efficiency?
The Toyota Granace 2.8D Premium (6 Seater) has a fuel consumption of 10.0L / 100km with 6-speed automatic transmission.
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