This factory produced wheelchair accessible 2010 Toyota Vellfire SLOPER WELCAB was inspected for a client and sold at USS Nagoya auction in Japan on 25 March 2016.
It is known as a “sloper” due to the rear sloping ramp. As part of its operation, the vehicle lowers at the rear so the ramp can gently touch the ground allowing a wheelchair to be easily loaded and securely strapped into the rear. These have been cleverly designed by Toyota with a flat floor and other features to make them an ideal transport option for those with disabilities. Ramp operation is electrically operated from inside the vehicle or with remote control. They come with HID lights, push button start and intelligent key as well as various factory options.
This one had dual power sliding doors, HID headlights, CD sound system, rear camera and log books. Rear seats that fold down when ramp is not in use as well as a mechanical winch that comes out of the roof with electric control and tie down straps for the wheelchair. Pneumatic suspension to lower the rear of the vehicle when ramp is in use. Factory HDD navi with TV and reversing camera. Factory alloy wheels.
Graded 4 B and overall it was in very nice condition inside and out considering it had 115,000 kms. Condition actually appeared like 40 – 50,000 kms. Just needed a wash and polish. A2 scratches were very hard to see, minor dirt inside around where the ramp folds down. Light paint wave on the right front fender but no repair to that area.
This vehicle sold for 2,085,000 YEN FOB. Total price in Australia at that time would have been approx. $34,600 complied plus tyres and ORC’s (calculated at a rate of 85 yen to the dollar).
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