The Toyota Tank (also called Daihatsu Thor and Subaru Justy) is a mini MPV. Designed and manufactured by Daihatsu, it is sold by Daihatsu, Toyota and Subaru.[1] It is a 5-seater mini MPV based on the third generation Boon and its rebadged version Passo, and was introduced on 9 November 2016[2] as the successor of the Ractis and bB. Its twin counterpart is the Toyota Roomy. It uses the same 1.0-liter 1KR-FE as the Passo. It is currently sold only in Japan and is not regarded as a kei car due to the exterior dimensions as defined by Japanese Government dimension regulations and the engine displacement of 1000cc, which incurs a modest annual road tax obligation. The Tank is exclusive to Toyopet Store and Netz, while the Roomy is exclusive to Toyota Store and Toyota Corolla Store.[3] It sits below the Sienta in Toyota's model line-up. The Tank resembles the front of the seventh generation Camry and the eleventh generation Corolla Axio and Fielder, and the Roomy resembles the front of the Alphard. Both vehicles also resemble the rear of the Vellfire and the sides of the Noah and Voxy, respectively.


  1. ^ "Tank vs Thor: Toyota, Daihatsu and Subaru showed a family of Mitrofanov". Top Auto. 2017-02-23. Retrieved 2017-04-15. 
  2. ^ Takada, Takashi (2016-11-16). "Many Plastic Parts Used for 'Thor/Roomy/Tank' Minivan". Nikkei Technology Online. Japan. Retrieved 2017-04-15. 
  3. ^ "Toyota launches all-new minivan model in Japan, also sold under Daihatsu and Subaru brands". IHS Markit Automotive Blog. 2016-11-09. Retrieved 2017-04-15. 

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