Prices start at just under £23,000 excluding VAT for panel van versions of this Proace. That gets you the smallest 'Compact' size of course and the lowest-powered 101bhp 1.5-litre diesel engine. A premium of around £800 more gets you the larger 'Medium' bodystyle, at which point you'll be offered the opportunity to find around £400 more for the pokier 118bhp version of the 1.5-litre diesel engine - the one most buyers will probably want.
There's quite a big price gap from this unit to the 2.0-litre diesel: that's priced in 120hp form from around £25,000 ex VAT - you'll need nearly £32,000 ex Vat for the auto-only 180hp version of this unit. If you want the biggest 'Long' bodystyle, you have to have a 2.0-litre diesel and by that point, you'll be paying from about £26,000 ex VAT for the 120bhp version. There are three main trim levels across the range - 'Active', 'Icon' and 'Design'.
The full-electric version is priced from around £41,500 in 50kWh form and there's a £4,700 premium to upgrade to the larger 75kWh battery. Both versions qualify for the government's Plug-in Grant.
Across the Proace range, all variants include niceties like air conditioning. The ingenious Smart Cargo system has also been added to the standard specification of the Proace Active model, making it a standard feature across the entire Proace range. It combines a load-through opening in the front bulkhead and a lift/folding function on the front passenger seat.
A Safety and Security Pack can be specified that equips Proace with a Toyota Safety Sense package including a Pre-Collision System with Forward Collision Warning and Autonomous Emergency Braking, and Adaptive Cruise Control, together with a head-up display, cornering lights, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, dusk-sensing headlights, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and vehicle alarm.