The Toyota Granvia has received some additional equipment for 2022, along with a price increase.
Deliveries of the updated model will begin in September 2021.
This includes a 24/7 Emergency Call Centre function that relays the vehicle’s location in the event of a collision “that requires intervention” or if an airbag deploys.
The e-call function can also be triggered manually via a new SOS button inside the cabin.
Toyota’s people mover also gains rear privacy glass, front carpet mats and an additional low-profile antenna. Six USB-C outlets replace the old USB-A ones.
Pricing is up slightly on the updated model, with a $1060 increase for the base trim and $924 for the VX.
The Granvia continues to offer two seating options: either six seats across three rows, or eight seats across four rows.
It serves as a de facto replacement for the old Tarago, which was discontinued in 2019. However, it’s a considerably pricier model and competes more with the likes of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class than the Kia Carnival.
- 2022 Toyota Granvia 6-seater: $65,150 (+$1060)
- 2022 Toyota Granvia 8-seater: $67,150 (+$1060)
- 2022 Toyota Granvia VX 6-seater: $76,650 (+$924)
- 2022 Toyota Granvia VX 8-seater: $76,650 (+$924)
All prices exclude on-road costs
All 2022 Toyota Granvia models are powered by a 2.8-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine producing 130kW of power and 450Nm of torque. It powers the rear wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission.
The 2022 Toyota Granvia uses 8.0L/100km on the combined cycle. It has a 70L fuel tank.
The 2022 Toyota Granvia measures 5300mm long, 1990mm tall and 1970mm wide on a 3210mm wheelbase.
Braked towing capacity is 1500kg and unbraked is 400kg, while gross vehicle mass is 3340kg in six-seat models and 3500kg in eight-seat models.
Tare mass ranges from 2665kg to 2695kg.
The 2022 Toyota Granvia is covered by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.
Servicing is required every six months or 10,000km, whichever comes first.
Toyota offers capped-price servicing for the first six services, which each cost $260.
The Toyota Granvia has a five-star rating from ANCAP based on testing conducted in 2019 on the related HiAce.
It received an adult occupant protection score of 94 per cent, a child occupant protection score of 88 per cent, a vulnerable road user protection score of 84 per cent, and a safety assist score of 79 per cent.
All Granvia models come standard with the following safety equipment:
- Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and daytime cyclist detection
- Blind-spot monitoring
- Lane-departure warning
- Lane-keep assist
- Rear cross-traffic alert
- Traffic sign recognition
- Adaptive cruise control (high-speed)
- Automatic high-beam
- Nine airbags, including curtain airbag coverage for all rows
- Reversing camera with front and rear parking sensors
The VX adds a surround-view camera.
The base Granvia comes standard with the following equipment:
- 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
- Wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
- Satellite navigation
- Six-speaker sound system
- 4.2-inch instrument cluster display screen
- Keyless entry and start
- LED headlights, fog lights and daytime running lights
- LED tail lights
- Leather-accented steering wheel
- Fabric upholstery
- Climate control air-conditioning
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- Full-size spare
The VX adds:
- Power sliding doors
- Pioneer 12-speaker sound system
- Surround-view camera
- Leather and woodgrain-accented steering wheel
- Woodgrain interior accents
- Eight-way power driver’s seat
- Heated second- and third-row seats (six-seater only)
- Quilted leather upholstery for rows one to three (the available fourth row uses leatherette)
- Rear captain’s chairs (second and third rows in six-seater, second row-only in eight-seater)
The Granvia is available in the following finishes:
- Crystal Pearl
- Silver Pearl
All bar Ebony cost an additional $675.