Following the success of its Land Cruiser Commercial, Toyota has introduced a model featuring a few more bells and whistles.
The Active features alloy wheels, sat-nav and the option of an automatic transmission. The original utility-grade truck has only one spec level, with steel wheels, a manual gearbox and a basic Bluetooth radio.
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Like the base-spec Commercial, the Active comes in short or long wheelbase and has a flat rubber floor where the rear seats would normally be. There is also a bulkhead between the driver and passenger and the load, and colour-coded blanking glass to keep prying eyes out of the load area.
The engine is the same across the range – a 2.8-litre four-cylinder diesel that develops 175hp – as is the 3t towing capacity.
Prices for the Active have yet to be announced, but the standard short-wheelbase Utility Commercial starts at £28,519.