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UAE service update
Due to severe weather conditions in Dubai and the surrounding area resulting in flooding, our operations and those of our suppliers are experiencing major disruptions. Please note there will be delays on any current orders in progress from our UAE warehouse as well as new orders. We thank you in advance for your understanding and will continue to do everything possible to resume full service.
Golden Week Holiday (Japan)
Dear customers, Amayama's Japan warehouse will not be accepting and shipping orders on 29th April and from the 3rd to 7th May due to the Golden Week holiday.
During the holidays period shipping of orders from Japan will happen on April, 30 - May, 2 and will fully resume on the 7th of May.

Toyota Lite Ace S400, 6 generation 02.2008 - present

6 generation
(S400) 02.2008 - present
ABF-S402M, ABF-S412M, DBF-S402M, DBF-S412M
6 generation
This minivan was designed by Toyota in collaboration with Daihatsu, and only Daihatsu designs and manufactures. The 1.5-liter engine is located under the front seats, and the spaced apart corners of the wheels and a short front overhang form a “boxy” silhouette. The body pillars have a fairly slight slope, which provides a comfortable fit and landing, as well as good visibility. Convenient body shape, as well as sliding doors on both sides, coupled with the rear door, provide quick and efficient loading and unloading of luggage. A good impression is made by the rational height of the seats and sills, as well as the simple layout of the dashboard and various switches. The top equipment “GL” includes a painted bumper, combined seat upholstery (with fabric inserts), electric door locks and power windows. (January 2008)
 The standard equipment of the van was replenished with seat belts of the rear seats, a rear lower mirror and a handrail to close the rear door. The door electric lock has been added to the “DX” package, and the function of automatically raising the driver’s window with the push of a button is added to the “GL”. (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. Completely redesigned ceiling. (July 2010)