Japan

Toyota

60016639

5th

Dyna

Released date : 1984/ 9/ 3

body type

Truck/Picup

TRUCK/PU

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  • Specification
  • Description
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Grade Standard Cab_Rear_Dump Truck Standard Cab_Double Cab_Rear Dump Truck Wide Cab_Rear Dump Truck
Model type
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weight
Model type P-BU64D-MDT P-BU82-VKPD P-WU75D-MDT
Curb mass(kg) 2310 2580 3130
Dimensions Length(mm) 4690 4690 5040
Width(mm) 1695 1695 2070
Height(mm) 1990 1990 2190
Wheelbase(mm) 2500 2500 2690
Engine Engine code 13B 13B 1W
Engine type Direct-injection diesel Direct-injection diesel Direct-injection diesel
Displacement(cm3) 3431 3431 4009
Max. output kW/(PS)/r.pm -/100/3400 -/100/3400 -/115/3200
* The specifications are those of representative model grades.
* Max. output represents a net rating.
* The model numbers of these vehicles are BU64D, BU62D, BU82, WU75D.
The fifth-generation Dyna was launched in September 1984. The lineup included some models that were shared with the fifth-generation Toyoace. Of the available engines, the diesel units underwent a significant change, adding four direct-injection LASRE engines which became the core of the lineup. The gasoline engines were also replaced with the new-generation LASRE units, and a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) engine was reintroduced. The truck model came with an automatic transmission with the world's first 2-way overdrive. The newly added "full-just-low" model featured small-diameter front and rear tires and a low cab floor height of 580 mm, as well as the minimum turn radius of 4.6 meters which was comparable to that of a low-end commercial van. Consequently, the model was easy to board/exit, load/unload and also highly maneuverable.

In May 1985, the Dyna 100/150 series (identical with the third-generation Hiace trucks) with a payload capacity of one ton joined the lineup, expanding the model variation to satisfy broader customer needs.
Plant Honsha plant, Toyota Auto Body Co.,Ltd., GIFU AUTO BODY INDUSTRY Co., Ltd. [from Sep. 1984]
"Dyna" is short for "dynamic."
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