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We have 48 used Toyota Proace vans for sale online, so check out the listings. View stock from 14 dealers. Find a second hand Toyota Proace by searching today.
Toyota Proace  2023, 1 miles, £34961 +18
Toyota Proace £34,961
(ex. VAT)

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 1

Electric

Toyota Proace  2023, 5 miles, £40000 +18
Toyota Proace £40,000
(ex. VAT)

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5

Electric

Toyota Proace  2023, 5 miles, £46995 +17
Toyota Proace £46,995
(ex. VAT)

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 5

Electric

Toyota Proace  2023, 15 miles, £36000 +18
Toyota Proace £36,000

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 15

Diesel

Toyota Proace  2023, 19 miles, £39995 +18
Toyota Proace £39,995
(ex. VAT)

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 19

Diesel

Toyota Proace  2023, 44 miles, £39594 +18
Toyota Proace £39,594

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 44

Electric

Toyota Proace  2024, 53 miles, £41998 +24
Toyota Proace £41,998

2024

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 53

Diesel

Toyota Proace  2022, 55 miles, £24995 +18
Toyota Proace £24,995
(ex. VAT)

2022

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 55

Electric

Toyota Proace  2023, 55 miles, £29995 +18
Toyota Proace £29,995
(ex. VAT)

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 55

Diesel

Toyota Proace  2023, 66 miles, £49995 +18
Toyota Proace £49,995

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 66

Diesel

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Why buy a used Toyota Proace with Exchange and Mart?

The Proace used to be Toyota's lone offering to LCV customers, a mid-sized model usually forgotten about because it's long been merely a borrowed design. Today, things are a little different. For a start, that borrowed second generation design, first launched with Proace badging in 2016, is a lot better. And it can these days be part of a proper Toyota LCV fleet, with the arrival of the smaller Proace City model in 2018 and the larger Proace Max in 2024. All three of these vans can be had in full-EV form: in fact, the Proace Electric was the first Toyota EV of any kind. And they're sold by a rejuvenated 'Toyota Professional Centre' LCV sales network that can now brief you on the thoroughly revised version of the MK2 Proace that we're going to look at here.

About the Toyota Proace

There's plenty to like about this improved Proace. Thanks to its sophisticated underpinnings, it's light enough to facilitate an impressive set of efficiency stats, while at the same time being tough enough to take the kind of treatment that mid-sized vans must put up with in regular use. The practicalities add up too, especially if you get a version with the 'Smart Cargo' system with its variable front seat layout and configurable bulkhead. As for problems with this LCV, well there aren't too many and they tend to be things that may not bother many potential company buyers very much. It isn't, for example, the sharpest steer in the segment. And some customers could be disappointed that Toyota has chosen not to offer a choice of roof heights. Beyond that though, there's really not too much to complain about. Otherwise, this Proace's main issue probably lies in the fact that much the same package at much the same price is available badged as either a Vauxhall Vivaro, a Fiat Scudo, a Peugeot Expert or a Citroen Dispatch. This Toyota's advantage over these four design stablemates probably lies less in product design and more in the after-sales peace of mind that comes with its class-leading ten year warranty. If that's enough to get you interested in Proace ownership, there's little that'll put you off once one of these is running on your fleet. Vans from this brand have a history of selling to real professionals. Don't expect that to change any time soon.

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