The 2004 Toyota Raum is a member of the model's second (XZ20; 2003-2011) generation, with the model code CBA-NCZ25 and an average fuel economy of 15.0-16.2 km/l. The Toyota Raum is a spacious yet compact powerful hatchback. The Toyota Raum was built with the ease of use in mind for all kinds of passengers, exchanging the central pillar for a fully panoramic door to create a more accessible vehicle. The Raum also achieved an "Ultra-low Emissions Vehicle" environmental performance certification from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.
The 2004 Toyota Raum sticks with its commitment of user-friendly equipment and full accessibility, keeping the high ceilings and fully walkable interior that make it one of Toyota's top sellers. The 1.5L inline four-cylinder DOHC engine remains Toyota's most popular engine and is available in both 109 horsepower for FF models and 105 horsepower flex full-time 4WD, both in a 4-speed AT accessible through a dashboard shift lever. There are four models in the 2004 Raum lineup-- the base type, the fully-equipped C package, the luxurious G package, and the sporty S package. The C package features privacy glass, electric retractable mirror, smart door lock, and infrared controlled central A/C, while the G adds a lusher interior and the S shows its mettle with aluminum wheels and special aerodynamic parts. All seats can be folded down into the floor for maximum usability, and is one of the premier vehicles for those with mobility issues or wheelchair users. Come see for yourself why this accessible vehicle has remained so popular at BE FORWARD today!