The Toyota Succeed was introduced to the Japanese market in mid 2002 and is closely related to the Toyota Probox.
Toyota Succeed is larger in size than Toyota Probox. The latter is shorter in length by 105mm, and cargo compartment is smaller by 20mm compared to Toyota Succeed. The Succeed has a higher weight capacity of 450kg, while the weight capacity of a Probox is 400kg. It also consumes less fuel, making it a better model for entrepreneurs who need to ferry heavy luggage. The Succeed comes as a five-seat station wagon with five doors.
It is also a 1500cc petrol engine model, and you can choose between a 4-speed manual and a 5-speed automatic transmission.
The Toyota Probox and Toyota Succeed had many similarities when they were introduced in the summer of 2002. As we’ve mentioned, it can be difficult to tell them apart. Both of these vehicles were designed for light commercial use and they were based on the more advanced version of Toyota Fielder.
The Toyota Probox was sold as a light commercial vehicle, while the Toyota Succeed was marketed more as a station wagon. On the other hand, the latter is also ideal as a commercial vehicle. Both of them are designed as small commercial vans which serve different purposes. Aside from that, both of them offer efficient engines and roomy compartments that can match business requirements for luggage handling.