Quick Delivery 200

Released date : 1999/ 8/18

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Grade Quick Delivery
Model type
Model type N-LH24HV-QDLT
Curb mass(kg) 1595
Dimensions Length(mm) 4405
Width(mm) 1705
Height(mm) 2490
Wheelbase(mm) 2290
Engine Engine code 4B (L Diesel)
Engine type In-line 4-cylinder
Displacement(cm3) 3700
Max. output kW/(PS)/r.pm -/100/3500
* The specifications are those of representative model grades.
* Max. output represents a net rating.
* The model numbers of these vehicles are LH24HV.
The 2-ton Quick Delivery model was redesigned in August 1999 as the second-generation Quick Delivery 200. To improve the ease of use, the engine was moved further forward to eliminate the step beside the driver's seat, making cabin walk-through easier and entry/exit smoother. The semi bonnet-type styling was newly adopted to enlarge the windshield, while the hood was lowered to expand the driver's field of view.

Safety devices including the anti-lock braking system and shock-absorbing steering column were made available, along with the 3.7-liter 4B diesel engine that satisfied the latest emission standards. In 2000, a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) model based on the 2.7-liter 3RZ engine was added. From that time on, the Quick Delivery 200 was pulled from the general market and exclusively supplied to Yamato Transport Co., Ltd.

With a minor model change in 2006, however, the Quick Delivery 200 was reintroduced to the market. At the same time, a hybrid model with a maximum payload capacity of 1.95 joined the lineup, fitted with an intercooled turbo diesel engine (N04C) by Hino.
Plant Honsha plant, Araco Corporation(now TOYOTA BOSHOKU CORPORATION)
So named because the delivery van provided walkthrough access to the cargo area to speed up delivery.

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