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New Year Holiday Delays
We thank you so much for your support in 2023 and look forward to serving you in the new year.
Amayama Trading Japan will not be processing orders from 29th December until the 4th January 2024. Last parcels before the break will be sent on the 28th December. Shipments will resume from the 5th January 2024.

The Australian warehouse will also be closed from 25th December - 8th January.

Thank you for your understanding and we wish our customers a happy and safe holiday period!

Toyota Lite Ace Truck S400, 6 generation 02.2008 - present

6 generation
(S400) 02.2008 - present
ABF-S402U, ABF-S412U, DBF-S402U, DBF-S412U
6 generation
This truck was designed by Toyota in collaboration with Daihatsu, and only Daihatsu is designing and manufacturing. The 1.5-liter engine is located under the seats, and the spaced apart corners of the wheels and a short front overhang form a “boxy” silhouette. The windshield racks have a fairly slight slope, which provides a comfortable fit and landing, as well as good visibility. The cargo compartment has the highest floor level in the class and is equipped with three hinged sides. There are hooks for attaching the cable. A good impression is made by the rational height of the seats and sills, as well as the simple layout of the dashboard and resilient switches. The top-of-the-line “X Edition” includes a painted bumper, combined seat and door upholstery (with fabric inserts), electric door locks and power windows. (January 2008)
 In the "DX X Edition" package, the function of automatically raising the driver’s window with the push of a button is added. (December 2009)

 All modifications are now available in an all-wheel drive version with a locking center differential. All-wheel drive models, in addition, are equipped with equipment for regions with a cold climate. On the basis of the “DX” modification, a truck with a special “Power Lift” device was created, providing easier loading and unloading. (July 2010)