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Toyota’s newly pimped pick-up has improved performance and road manners, but plenty of hard-working charm and rough-stuff capability remains. The new 201bhp 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel engine is now being offered, and chunky-looking exterior styling revisions have been made to top-of-the-line Invincible X double-cab Hiluxes, which also feature as standard equipment a JBL premium hi-fi (complete with sub-woofer, folks), LED headlights, ambient lighting and two-tone heated leather.
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Driver ConvenienceParking Sensors Don't have any near misses with the parking sensors there to assist 4 Wheel drive: A vehicle to conquer all terrain and never leave you stuck or without power Upgraded Alloys: Extra large alloys with chunky tyres included will keep you glued to any surface
- Manual Diesel
- Cruise Control
- 369lb/ft torque
- Full Leather Interior
- Media System
- Upgraded 20" Alloys on Chunky Tyres
Large Rear cab
Like most double-cab pick-ups, this one offers good-sized back seats usable for adults as well as kids, and the driving environment is perfectly comfortable and pleasant, with all of the convenience and safety features you might want, even including radar cruise control and lane departure warning. The Hilux has a driver’s seat some will feel as if they’re scaling every time they get in, but it offers great forward visibility. The dashboard isn’t the desert of hard grey plastic you might expect (there’s actually quite a lot of gloss black and brushed aluminium-look trim on it), and the control layout could only really be improved by a bit more telescopic steering column reach adjustment. The JBL stereo sounds pretty good, by the way, and it drowns out the diesel growl surprisingly effectively, although there isn’t too much of that.
- Galaxy Black
- Spray on bed liner & Black sports bars
- 360° Camera
- Heavy Duty Tow Bar
So How Does it Drive?!
The new bigger engine seems little less docile than the 2.4 at first, but that’s a lot to do with the accelerator pedal’s calibration, which is tuned to make towing and off-roading easy. You have to get a long way into the travel before getting anything like a hurry on; but when you do, although the motor (which is decently quiet and smooth at cruising revs) becomes quite a lot gruffer under load, performance is usefully strong and makes motorway driving and overtaking much easier that it would otherwise be. There’s plenty of torque for heavy towing and hauling as well. The gearbox shifts pretty smoothly although very much at its own pace, but it’s pretty good at holding lower gears on the road and letting the motor slug it out through the mid-range. For ride and handling sophistication, the Hilux is certainly quite a lot smoother-riding in this facelifted spec than it has been.
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