2000 Toyota HiAce




Extra info: Wagon Super Custom G

Chassis: H100

Class: Van / MPV

Origin: JP Japan

Playable and unlockable vehicle
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Contributor: GroupB

Contributor: GroupB


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EnZo96

2017-07-11 14:42
Bebesusenka wrote
It's just plain dumb to get a freckin' Minivan into a drifting game.


Maybe to you it's dumb, but Japanese don't think so, their games are pretty different, and I like that about them

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PL Hakari

2016-10-27 22:10
Bebesusenka wrote
It's just plain dumb to get a freckin' Minivan into a drifting game.

Not if it's a japanese game. Also watch civic_eg6_94's video.
CZ Bebesusenka

2016-10-27 21:59
It's just plain dumb to get a freckin' Minivan into a drifting game.


US GroupB

2016-07-02 00:59
Yes, the Hiace is a troll car in this game. It dominates the lower TA classes, but it is also harder to drive effectively due to it not having a hood. Drifting is all about zone placement in this game.
US carcrasher88

2016-07-02 00:44
In reality, the HiAce actually can make a great platform for a drift vehicle, with some models of this H100 generation weighing as little as 1,560kg/3,439 lbs, or only slightly heavier than a Nissan Skyline GT-R [R34] (1,536kg/3,386 lbs).

Now, throw in a 1UZ-FE V8 from an old ambulance version, and you've got a potential drift monster on a potentially low budget compared to many common drift cars.


ID civic_eg6_94

2016-07-01 23:55
Pretty much expected if you played Japanese racing game.

Plus, you can drift it:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY-qz6KA8hg

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