New Toyota Hilux

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New Toyota Hilux

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Toyota Hilux has earned the reputation for being the toughest and most reliable pickup truck in the world for its ability to manoeuvre even in the harshest conditions. It is one of the best pickup trucks for the constant tweaks and upgrades it receives periodically. Over 18 million trucks have been sold since 1968. Link 

The Double Cab version would be your best bet if you are looking for a pickup truck for both work and family life. Its appealing design and latest features promise comfort and tech convenience. Toyota Hilux is available in a wide range of trim levels varying from entry-level Active with Bluetooth and air-conditioning right up to Invincible X with sat-nav, heated seats, and a suite of luxury and safety features including pedestrian detection and lane-departure warning.

Hilux is the more luxurious car ever which you could easily drive every day. You could drive it every day yet still function as a proper workhouse whenever you need it. It also comes with a wider load bay and much larger capacity in comparison to the previous version making it more practical than ever. Although Hilux is not the latest model, the revisions have made it a lot better.

As a commercial vehicle and pickup truck, Hilux’s most important trait is how much it can carry and pull. Toyota has given a lot of thought to equipping the model with the loudest bay and highest towing capacity. The Hilux’s load bay length is from 1,525mm in the double cab model to 2,315mm in the single cab. The load area is 130mm wider on all the models.

 

The Double Cab, which is also the sole body style available on top-spec Invincible and Invincible X trims, is what you’ll want if you often transport passengers. For two larger adults (or three at a push), there is adequate headroom and legroom in the rear, and it compares favourably to competitors in that regard. It’s understandable why the Double Cab is anticipated to be chosen by the vast majority of UK purchasers.

 

Reliability and Safety

 

Hilux has always been a very durable and dependable vehicle. Although the diesel engines in the Hilux have only been available since 2015, the sturdy box frame chassis and configurable 4×4 system underneath are a tried-and-true setup. The engines employ some cutting-edge new technology to increase efficiency and performance, but we’d be astonished if they weren’t just as durable over the long haul as the older-generation diesel engines. Yet, the Hilux has seen safety improvements.

All models other than the most basic single cab are equipped with front and rear seatbelt pre-tensioners and the model range now features seven airbags, including one for the driver’s knee and curtain airbags. Isofix child seat mountings and front fog lamps are also included on double cab variants.

There are many safety features fitted in every Hilux under the skin, so it’s not just about what you can see. Emergency Brake Assist, Hill Start Assist, ABS, Vehicle Stability Control, Downhill Assist Control, and Trailer Sway Control are some standard features you will come across on every model.

Double cabs also come with Downhill Assist Control. The Safety Sense package from Toyota’s line of passenger cars is also available on trucks. It consists of lane-departure assistance, automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and (on some models) traffic sign recognition. It has a degree of technology that surpasses earlier Hilux models and several competitors’ pickup trucks.

 

Euro NCAP only gave the Hilux’s conventional crash protection rating of three stars in 2016; however, with Safety Sense installed, that rating increases to a full five stars. Toyota claims that the ladder-frame chassis is 20% stronger than before, therefore it ought to be able to handle significant collisions better than the previous model. All versions have an alarm and an immobilizer for further security. When you try to park the Hilux, like other pickups, it feels rather big. Luckily, a reversing camera comes standard on all versions except Active.

Driving and performance

 

The driving experience offered by Hilux has significantly improved over time. Since these vehicles are often driven empty most of the time, Toyota changed the suspension and established its settings when the bed was empty. As a result, the Hilux is now significantly more comfortable than it has ever been. Although it doesn’t seem like an SUV when it comes to comfort, nevertheless it outperforms its competitors in that segment.

The 2.4-litre four-cylinder diesel delivers a stellar performance. Opt for the 2.8-litre variant if you are looking for powerful performance. It offers adequate performance. It goes from 0-62mph in just 13.2 seconds in manual mode. This drops to 12.8 seconds in six-speed auto transmission. Manoeuvrability is also decent owing to light controls for a truck and a decent turning circle.

 

Cab and interior

 

The cabin comes close to matching a family 4×4 and the driving experience is getting more and more like that of an SUV. Although the now-defunct Mercedes X-Class set the standard for upscale quality, it offers a significantly less spartan inside than an Isuzu D-Max and is comparable to the Ford Ranger in terms of design, layout, and material quality.

 

The makers understand that the cabin needs to be robust to withstand hard day-to-day working use. The seats and carpets of the Hilux seem well up to the job. However, it has also taken up some extra sophistication. The overall design seems much like a Toyota passenger car. The central touchscreen on the top models is surrounded by gloss black trim while the instruments feature a modern-looking trip display screen in the centre. It comes with better storage. There are two gloveboxes, one on the top of the dash and the other below it. There is also a central bin just below the armrest and two cupholders in the centre of the dash.

 

There is sufficient space in the front. You don’t feel as hemmed-in as you would feel in some trucks. There is decent elbow and leg room. The high floor implies taller drivers can easily raise their knees. The back of the double cab has enough space for two adults to sit comfortably and three can squeeze into the cabin for short journeys.

 

What’s the verdict?

 

Looking for the best Hilux for primarily on-road driving? The Invincible X is unquestionably it then. We like how it looks from the outside and within the cab, and we value how quiet and cosy it rides. The new 2.8-litre engine is the most welcome change, as it improves the earlier cars’ sluggish performance, especially when fully loaded. Although the pickup truck is known for its reliability, it is undoubtedly a great option for several other reasons too.

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