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Toyota Hilux

 

Toyota's HiLux has had a minor freshen-up for 2007, with a retuned diesel engine and some other subtle tweaks. How subtle? The only way to pick the new SR5 from the old SR5 is the factory-fitted front fog lights. Inside, the AM/FM CD player now has an...

8.5L/100km

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Hilux has the Extra factor

 

TOYOTA reckons it has the X-tra Factor with the latest version of its recently relaunched Hilux model ...

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Toyota Hilux SR5

 

Dual-cab one-tonne pick-ups are growing in popularity as family transport and therefore as tow vehicles.

Tough tractable engine ; load-carrying capacity

Low on gear for the price

For all its quality and improvement over the old HiLux, the SR5 still isn't quite car-like to drive. But given its need to haul loads and conquer rough ground, that's no surprise. ABS, air-conditioning, six-CD and remote central locking are standard,...

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Toyota Hilux (2006-)

 

Indestructible mechanicals, huge space, tough image, a leading power figure with the 169bhp three-litre.

Too big for some, not that clever inside, low max towing weight, cheap plastics.

For some a pick-up is a Hilux and, for them, the new model won't disappoint. But Nissan and Mitsubishi have a better trucks and a smarter approach to selling them.

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New Toyota Hilux Road Test

 

A phenomenon of UK sales in recent years has been the growth in the double cab pick up market. Read the review of the new Toyota Hilux here.

Sensible conservative styling, large load area, good interior passenger space, good specification, pleasant to drive.Against: Lack-lustre engine, driver's seat adjustment, harsh ride unladen.

Lack-lustre engine, driver's seat adjustment, harsh ride unladen.

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Toyota Hilux Double Cab 4x4 HL2

 

The first snows of winter were just starting to dust the high hills of Shetland as I pulled the 4x4 Hilux pickup off the road and headed up the dirt track. No one has ever doubted the off-road ability of Toyota's utilitarian workhorse, but when a new...

I pulled the transfer box lever back into H4 - high range four-wheel-drive - and plunged down into the flood. It was as if the water, swelling up against the lower flanks of the truck, wasn't there. Without effort we forded the deluge to rise, dripping...

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Toyota Hilux Vigo 2.5 Extra Cab Test

 

I don't know about you, but though the new Toyota Hilux was officially available in the UK from 1st October I have yet to see a road test. It was launched in Thailand, to much excitement, as the Hilux Vigo, in August 2004 and there have been tests of...

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V6 Crew Cabs: Toyota HiLux SR5 4x2 4.0

 

Where the previous HiLux was starting to look a little soft and small, the new one is almost a full class bigger with a pug-nosed look that you cant ignore especially in full colour-coded SR5 livery...

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Toyota HiLux Long-term Test Updates

 

Regular readers will know that we recently took charge of a long-term HiLux SR 4x2 ute. The vehicle was picked up from Toyota's Sydney headquarters in Taren Point in June and immediately put to work hauling ATVs and dirt bikes around the country...

Engineered improvements, refinements, New six-speed auto, Quieter, cleaner, thriftier engines

Choice between so many models, each of them impressive, Good fuel economy, but no Prius, New-found mechanical quietness makes wind rustle more noticeable

The most highly specified and highly polished Aussie family-car range to date OVERVIEW Since the ZF 6HP26 autobox is good enough for BMW and Jaguar, you'd reckon it just might be good enough for Falcon too. That it is, in spades. While the BF Falcon...

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Toyota HiLux (2005-)

 

Thirty-six years and seven generations in, the HiLux is still unbreakable, and if you believe Toyota's marketing hype, now unbeatable. Longer, wider and undoubtedly faster and quite a bit more polished, the new HiLux benefits from an all-new platform,...

Ride and handling improved, Engine choices offer real oomph, Interior upgrade

Standard side steps vulnerable, Auto 4WD geared too tall, Styling will divide opinion

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