Don't leave safety to chance. The HiAce comes standard with driver and front passenger SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) airbags on every model. The airbags work together with the front pre-tensioning seatbelts to help keep both you and your passenger safe in frontal collisions.
Thanks to the latest in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), the HiAce has excellent safety features. Upper and lower Y-Frame (Crocodile) chassis rails greatly enhance frontal impact absorption, strengthened front door impact beams enhance protection against side intrusion, and a brake pedal link mechanism allows the Brake Booster to rotate away from the steering column and brake pedal in a frontal collision.
With a bus-load of people, passenger safety is paramount. That's why every new HiAce Commuter Bus comes standard with 3 point lap sash seatbelts for all 14 occupants. Of course, HiAce Vans also feature 3 point Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR) seatbelts for driver and passenger, plus a 2 point lap only seatbelt for the centre seat occupant.
All HiAce models feature front ventilated disc brakes and rear drums, with an Anti-skid Braking System (ABS) and Brake Assist (BA). ABS brakes help you maintain steering control in an emergency situation by preventing your wheels from locking up. Brake Assist is designed to assist the driver in emergency braking by applying additional braking pressure to maximise braking performance. Standard from August 2010 production.
Designed to give you extra safety and confidence while you reverse, HiAce's reversing camera* provides a clear visual picture of what would usually be hard to see. Whenever you put the vehicle in reverse, the reversing camera* view is projected onto an Electrochromatic Rear View mirror, so you never have to take your eye off what's behind you.
Vehicle shown with optional equipment. Please consult your Sales Executive for further details. All prices subject to change without notice.
*Reversing Camera is designed as a driver assist device only and should not be used as a substitute for skilled driving and/or safe parking practices. The area into which the vehicle is to be driven must be visually monitored by the driver