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    2024 Toyota HiLux

    2024 Toyota HiLux

    $26,475 - $75,310 excl. on-roads

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    Fuel Efficiency7.2 - 11.1 / 100km
    ANCAP Rating5-star
    Warranty5 years

    About the Toyota HiLux

    The Toyota HiLux is the Japanese automaker's top-selling vehicle and is the top-selling ute overall in Australia. It's available in cab-chassis single-cab, or cab-chassis or pick-up extra-cab and dual-cab variants in either 4x2 and 4x4.

    The HiLux comes with petrol or a choice of two turbo-diesel powertrains.

    For 2023, the Hilux range will be topped with an as-yet unrevealed ‘Apex’ off-road flagship for the HiLux line, due in the second half of 2023.

    The latter will replace the Rugged X, while manual versions of the WorkMate and SR Hi-Rider 4×2 dual-cab utes have disappeared from the price lists.

    Prices are up by $1250 across numerous variants. A full price list can be found below.

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    Toyota HiLux Video Review

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    This is the best HiLux yet
    May 24, 2024

    While the Toyota HiLux has been out for ages ahead of its replacement next year, Toyota has wheeled out a surprising update that has made this the best HiLux yet. Paul Maric walks you through the changes.


    Our expert's shortest summary

    Suspension upgrades are a meaningful improvement

    More power, more torque

    Smartphone mirroring... finally


    Short servicing intervals

    Steering is still slow and heavy

    Interior starting to look dated


    Our expert's reviews of the Toyota HiLux


    All the latest Toyota HiLux news

    Toyota HiLux Range Guide

    Which variant of the Toyota HiLux range is best for you?

    The Workmate comes standard with the following equipment:

    • 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
    • Wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
    • Two-speaker sound system
    • Adaptive cruise control
    • Automatic headlights
    • Air-conditioning
    • Power windows
    • Cloth upholstery
    • Vinyl floors
    • Halogen headlights and daytime running lights
    • Reversing camera (Double Cab ute only)
    • 16-inch wheels (17-inch in Double Cab, 4×4 variants)

    The SR adds:

    • Four- or six-speaker sound system (Extra Cab and Double Cab, respectively)
    • Side steps
    • Front air-conditioned cooler box
    • 17-inch alloy wheels
    • Body-coloured door handles

    The SR5 adds:

    • LED headlights, daytime running lights and front fog lights
    • Satellite navigation
    • DAB+ digital radio
    • Front and rear parking sensors
    • Blind-spot monitoring
    • Surround-view camera
    • Rear cross-traffic alert
    • Privacy glass
    • Dual-zone climate control air-conditioning
    • Rear air vents (Double Cab only)
    • Keyless entry and start
    • Premium shifter and steering wheel
    • Carpeted floors
    • Chrome door handles
    • Puddle lights
    • 18-inch alloy wheels

    The SR5+ adds:

    • Power driver’s seat
    • Heated front seats
    • Leather-accented upholstery.

    In addition to its mechanical and aesthetic tweaks, the Rogue adds:

    • Nine-speaker sound system (can be swapped for six-speaker for a $750 credit)
    • Motorised roller cover



    Photos and Images of the Toyota HiLux Interior

    The updated infotainment system is relatively simple to use on the move, and responds quickly enough to inputs. It’s not what you’d call standout, but the addition of smartphone mirroring is a big development. Points to Toyota for fitting hard shortcut buttons and a proper volume knob, too.

    The driver and passenger sit in comfortable, well-padded pews trimmed in hardy-feeling cloth, and although the dashboard and transmission tunnel are finished in hard black plastic, both feel as though they’ll survive the test of time.

    The coarse steering wheel trim doesn’t really feel worthy of a $60,000 dual-cab ute, and the basic cabin design is starting to age in the face of newer competition.

    As for the fundamentals, driving position is good for taller drivers and Toyota has a good grasp on ergonomics. Need to press something often? Chances are it’s within easy reach, which makes the learning curve more of a molehill than a mountain.

    There’s also an abundance of storage with a phone-sized slot under the dashboard, twin cupholders, a large storage bin under the armrest, a two-tier glovebox, and spacious door pockets.

    Rear passengers are treated to perfectly acceptable amounts of legroom and headroom, and there are air vents for hot summer days. Keep an eye out if you’re tall though, the fixed grab handles pose a constant threat to your head.



    Photos and Images of the Toyota HiLux Exterior

    For 2023, HiLux SR extra-cab and dual-cab models will receive new 17-inch black alloy wheels, instead of the current 17-inch steel wheels, as well as body-coloured door handles. The company hasn’t made images of the updated SR available yet.

    The SR5 dual-cab pick-up gains critical active safety equipment such as blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. These safety features will also be standard on the upgraded Rogue.

    Other new features the SR5 dual-cab pick-up receives as part of this update will include a surround-view camera, as well as puddle lamps. Heated side mirrors have been deleted.

    On automatic SR5 models and above, the steering column lock has been replaced by an ID Box anti-theft immobiliser which is claimed to add extra security for owners starting the ute with the key fob.

    The updated, Aussie-finished Rogue get a front and rear track increase of approximately 140mm, as well as a ride height increase of approximately 20mm. These are both claimed to aid both on- and off-road performance.

    In order to accommodate the track increase in the HiLux Rogue, Toyota engineers overhauled the existing suspension by extending the front suspension arm and front stabiliser bar length. They also adjusted the shock absorber angle to improve its efficiency.

    At the rear the axle length has been extended and the dampers have been moved further outwards towards the wheels.

    Also for the first time on the HiLux, there’s a rear stabiliser bar fitted to the Rogue which is claimed to “enhance cornering stability and ride comfort”.

    As a result of all of these suspension changes to the updated HiLux Rogue, Toyota says that roll rigidity has “been enhanced by 20 per cent”.

    There are new ventilated rear disc brakes that replace the existing drum brakes for better braking performance, while the front disc brakes have been upgraded to units with a diameter of 17 inches – up an inch on before.

    Capping off the upgrades that are dedicated to the flagship HiLux Rogue are wider wheel arch flares and mud flaps to accommodate for those greater track widths

    There's also side steps and power-folding mirrors, but the cab chassis misses out on parking sensors and a reversing camera.

    The Rogue adds black exterior trim, decals, and a resin sports bar.

    The off-road oriented Rugged X adds a hoopless bull bar, bash plate, LED light bar, snorkel, front and rear recovery points, heavy-duty rock rails, heavy-duty front springs and a black sports bar with tie-down points.


    Toyota HiLux Colours

    What colours are available for the Toyota HiLux?

    The following choice of colours is available across the Toyota Hilux range, although not all are available on all variants.

    The WorkMate and SR are limited to Glacier white, Silver Sky, Graphite and Eclipse Black. The SR5 gains Crystal Pearl and Nebula Blue. While the Rogue and Rogue X gain Feverish Red, Saturn Blue and Oxide Bronze.

    • Glacier White
    • Crystal Pearl
    • Silver Sky
    • Graphite
    • Eclipse Black
    • Saturn Blue
    • Nebula Blue
    • Feverish Red
    • Oxide Bronze

    Not all exterior paint colours are available across the range

    Cost of Ownership

    What is the running, servicing and ownership costs of buying a Toyota HiLux?

    The Toyota HiLux is covered by Toyota’s five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty which covers any Toyota-produced part, panel and accessory.

    Engine and driveline warranty can be extended by another two years provided the vehicle is serviced according to schedule, along with seven years of emergency assistance.

    Service pricing is capped between $220 and $250 per visit for the first four visits, covering two years or 40,000km.

    Maintenance is still required every six months or 10,000km, which is notably shorter than the usual 12 month/15,000km intervals offered by most rivals.

    How it Drives

    Our expert take on Toyota HiLux drivability?

    The most powerful engine in the 2023 Toyota HiLux range is a 2.8-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel, which has 150kW of power (at 3400rpm) and 500Nm of torque (at 1600-2800rpm) when fitted with a six-speed automatic. Manual models develop 420Nm (at 1400-3400rpm).

    Lower grades offer a 110kW/400Nm 2.4-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel, while the entry-level versions are fitted as standard with a 122kW/245Nm 2.7-litre four-cylinder petrol engine.

    The smaller diesel makes peak power and torque at 3400rpm and 1600-2000rpm respectively, while the petrol does the same at 5200rpm and 4000rpm respectively.

    Both rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive configurations are available throughout the line-up (see price list above), with manual and automatic transmissions offered for all powertrains.

    Petrol models are fitted as standard with a five-speed manual transmission as standard while the diesels are mated to a six-speeder. A six-speed automatic is optional or standard depending on variant.

    The new 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine starts with the same distinctive clatter as before, and behaves very similarly to the pre-update engine most of the time. But there’s definitely more mid-range punch in the 2021 update, and highway overtakes are dispatched faster than in the pre-facelift car.

    The old HiLux could feel a bit strained at times, the new model rarely does.

    Toyota’s six-speed automatic transmission might have as many options as the 10-speeder in the Ford Ranger and its bi-turbo engine, but it makes up for it by being decisive and intelligent on the move.

    It’s happy to hold a taller gear and lean on the muscled-up mid-range on lighter throttle inputs, and kicks down smartly when more performance is required. There’s also a sequential-style manual shift option for control freaks, but it’s best left to its own devices for the most part.

    Along with the updated engine, the HiLux has been treated to a number of locally-developed updates to the suspension in search of a smoother around-town ride.

    Changes include longer leaf springs spaced further apart, new spring, damper and bushing rates, and new cabin mounts.

    Less noticeable are the changes made to the steering, which is still relatively heavy and slow at low speed. There’s a bit of arm twirling required when you’re parking, especially compared to the SUV-like setup in the Isuzu D-Max and Mazda BT-50.

    Toyota HiLux Safety Rating

    ANCAP Safety Rating Australia

    All versions of the HiLux get a suite of Toyota Safety Sense technologies as standard, including AEB with pedestrian (day/night) and cyclist (day) detection, high-speed adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning with steering assist via brakes. Road sign assist is also included.

    SR5 4×4 models as well as auto-equipped SR 4×4 double cabs (including cab-chassis) feature hill descent control, while SR5 double- and extra-cab pick-ups now get front and rear parking sensors as standard.

    4×2 Hi-Rider and 4×4 models feature 319mm front ventilated brake discs with opposed-piston calipers and 295mm self-adjusting rear drums with leading and trailing shoes.

    Other 4×2 HiLux models get 296mm front ventilated discs with floating calipers and 254mm rear drums.

    The eighth-generation Toyota HiLux wears a five-star ANCAP rating for vehicles sold from July 2019 onwards, scoring 96 per cent for adult occupant protection, 87 per cent for child occupants, 88 per cent for vulnerable road users and 78 per cent for safety assist.

    adult occupants
    child occupants
    pedestrians & cyclists
    collision avoidance

    Toyota HiLux Options

    Options list for the Toyota HiLux

    Premium paint costs $600.

    The SR+ option package ($2000) available only on the SR trim adds 17-inch alloy wheels and satellite navigation.

    The SR5+ package ($2500) available only on the SR5 trim adds a power driver’s seat, heated front seats and leather-accented upholstery.

    Toyota HiLux Warranty

    What is the warranty period and kilometre limit for the Toyota HiLux?

    The Toyota HiLux is covered by Toyota’s five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty which covers any Toyota-produced part, panel and accessory.

    Engine and driveline warranty can be extended by another two years provided the vehicle is serviced according to schedule, and the car is backed by seven years of emergency assistance.

    Service pricing is capped between $220 and $260 per visit for the first six visits, covering three years or 60,000km.

    Maintenance is still required every six months or 10,000km, which is notably shorter than the usual 12 month/15,000km intervals offered by most rivals.

    Toyota HiLux Stock Availability

    Is the Toyota HiLux available to buy now and what are stock levels and how long are wait times?

    Toyota is still facing extensive delays on its HiLux, among many of its other models, due to global demand exceeding supply.

    The automaker is indicating that delivery will take longer than usual.

    The HiLux is produced in Thailand and built alongside the related Fortuner at the company's Samrong plant.

    Toyota HiLux Boot Space

    How much luggage or cargo capacity and boot space is there in the Toyota HiLux?

    The dual-cab HiLux has a tub that measures 1570mm long, 1645mm wide, and 481mm tall. There's 1109mm between the two rear wheel arches.

    Toyota HiLux Fuel Economy

    How much fuel does the Toyota HiLux use and what are its emissions?

    Fuel economy figures for the HiLux range are as follows:

    • Petrol manual: 10.7-11.1 litres per 100km
    • Petrol auto: 10.4-10.9 litres per 100km
    • 2.4TD manual: 6.9-7.4 litres per 100km
    • 2.4TD auto: 7.5-8.0 litres per 100km
    • 2.8TD manual: 7.1-8.0 litres per 100km
    • 2.8TD auto: 7.5-8.1 litres per 100km

    These figures vary based on body style.

    Depending on the variant, view the 2024 TOYOTA HILUX fuel usage below.

    All Highway, City, and Combined figures below are litres per 100km

    VariantSeriesStyleFuel TypeHighwayCityCombinedE10?
    SR 48V (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE C/CHASDIESEL--7.6-
    SR 48V (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE CAB P/UPDIESEL--7.4-

    Toyota HiLux Dimensions

    The dimensions of the Toyota HiLux

    he HiLux’s measurements are dependent on which variant you choose.

    Pickups are 5325mm long (except the Workmate Double Cab at 5330mm) and 1855mm wide (except the Single Cab and Workmate 4×2 Double Cab at 1800mm).

    All variants have a 3085mm wheelbase, with ground clearance rated at 216mm for all variants bar 4×2 models with the base petrol engine (174mm).

    Most dimensions for the Rogue have yet to be released, though it has a 140mm wider track and a 20mm higher ride height than other pickup models.

    Braked towing capacity is 2500kg for petrol models, 2800kg for 4×2 diesels, and 3500kg for all 4×4 models.

    Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) again depends on variant, rated between 2700kg and 3100kg.

    Approach angle is 29 degrees for all models bar base 4×2 petrol models (23 degrees), while departure angle is between 20 and 27 degrees.

    Wading depth is rated at 700mm, and the fuel tank is 80 litres.

    Depending on the variant, the 2024 TOYOTA HILUX measures as below.

    VariantSeriesStyleLength (mm)Width (mm)Height (mm)Wheelbase (mm)
    WORKMATE (4x2)TGN121RC/CHAS5265180017503085
    WORKMATE (4x2)TGN121RC/CHAS5265180017503085
    WORKMATE HI-RIDER (4x2)GUN135R FACELIFTC/CHAS5265180018553085
    WORKMATE (4x2)TGN121RDOUBLE CAB P/UP5330180017503085
    WORKMATE (4x4)GUN125R FACELIFTC/CHAS5265180018653085
    SR (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTC/CHAS5265180018553085
    SR (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTC/CHAS5265180018553085
    WORKMATE (4x4)GUN125R FACELIFTX CAB C/CHAS5280185518603085
    SR HI-RIDER (4x2)GUN136R FACELIFTX CAB P/UP5320185518603085
    WORKMATE (4x4)GUN125R FACELIFTDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320185518653085
    SR (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTX CAB C/CHAS5280185518603085
    WORKMATE (4x4)GUN125R FACELIFTDOUBLE C/CHAS5260185518653085
    SR HI-RIDER (4x2)GUN136R FACELIFTDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320185518653085
    WORKMATE (4x4)GUN125R FACELIFTDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320185518653085
    SR (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTX CAB C/CHAS5260185518603085
    SR (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTDOUBLE C/CHAS5260185518653085
    SR (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320185518653085
    SR 48V (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE C/CHAS5260185518653085
    SR (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320185518653085
    SR 48V (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320185518653085
    SR5 HI-RIDER (4x2)GUN136R FACELIFTDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320185518653085
    SR5 (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTX CAB P/UP5320185518603085
    SR5 48V (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE C/CHAS5265185518653085
    SR5 (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320185518653085
    SR5 + PREMIUM INTERIOR (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE C/CHAS5265185518653085
    SR5 48V + PREM. INTERIOR (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE C/CHAS5265185518653085
    SR5 48V (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE CAB P/UP5325185518653085
    SR5 48V + PREM. INTERIOR (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE CAB P/UP5325185518653085
    ROGUE 48V (4x4)GUN126RDOUBLE CAB P/UP5325202018703085
    GR-SPORT (4x4)GUN126R FACELIFTDOUBLE CAB P/UP5320202018803085

    The 2024 TOYOTA HILUX has a braked towing capacity from 2500kg to 3500kg depending on the variant and an unbraked towing capacity of 750kg.

    Toyota HiLux Market Fit

    Where does it fit in the competitor segment?

    The HiLux competes in Australia's bustling dual-cab ute segment, taking on the Ford Ranger, Isuzu D-Max, Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi Triton, and Mazda BT-50.

    Toyota HiLux Sales Data

    How well has the Toyota HiLux been selling?

    In 2023, Toyota sold 61,111 Hilux vehicles in Australia. This made it the second best selling car in the country, losing only to the ever popular Ford Ranger (63,356).

    Should you buy the Toyota HiLux

    Is this the right car for you? Our experts buy or not guide.

    Although it’s faced with tough competition from Ford, Isuzu, Mazda, and Mitsubishi, it’s easy to see why the HiLux is still a winner.

    It feels quite old in some ways, but it's still solid to drive and has the backing of a massive dealer network. It also has a huge range of body styles on offer, allowing you to tailor your HiLux to the intended use easily.

    Competitor Analysis

    What other cars should you look at?

    The Toyota HiLux's most direct rival is the Ford Ranger which most recently was unveiled in new-generation form.

    The HiLux also competes against the recently updated the Isuzu D-Max and Mazda BT-50 siblings.

    Compared to all of its rivals, the HiLux is getting a little long in the tooth.

    In saying this though, the HiLux still provides that Toyota-tough reliability and reputation, as well as high resale value.

    Toyota HiLux Interesting Facts

    Did you know?

    The name HiLux came from a contraction of "High Luxury".

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Ground clearance (unladen):

    • Toyota Hilux Rogue 247mm
    • Toyota Hilux Rugged X 236mm
    • Toyota Hilux 4x2 with 2TR engine 174mm
    • Toyota Hilux all other variants 216mm

    The Kerb weight of the 2023 Toyota Hilux range is as follows:

    • SC/Chassis 4x2 with 2TR engine: 1475-1490kg
    • SC/Chassis 4x2 Hi-Rider: 1640kg
    • SC 4x4: 1775-1800kg
    • EC/Chassis 4x4 1900-1905kg
    • EC 4x2 Hi-Rider: 1920kg
    • EC 4x4: 2055kg
    • DC 4x2 with 2TR engine: 1745-1755kg
    • DC 4x2 Hi-Rider 1940-1958kg
    • DC/Chassis: 1925-1965kg
    • DC 4x4: 2045-2093kg
    • Rogue 2231kg;
    • Rugged X 2316kg

    4X2 Single Cab (cab chassis)

    • Workmate, 2.7 P, 5M 2500kg
    • Workmate, 2.7 P, 6A 2500kg
    • Workmate Hi-Rider, 2.4 TD, 6M 2800kg

    4x2 Extra Cab (pick-up)

    • SR Hi-Rider, 2.8 TD, 6A 2800kg

    4x2 Double Cab (pick-up)

    • Workmate, 2.7 P, 5M 2500kg
    • Workmate, 2.7 P, 6A 2500kg
    • Workmate Hi-Rider, 2.4 TD, 6M 2800kg
    • Workmate Hi-Rider, 2.4 TD, 6A 2800kg
    • SR Hi-Rider, 2.8 TD, 6M 2800kg
    • SR Hi-Rider, 2.8 TD, 6A 2800kg
    • SR5 Hi-Rider, 2.8 TD, 6A 2800kg

    4x4 Single Cab (cab chassis)

    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg

    4x4 Extra Cab (cab chassis)

    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6A 3500kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg

    4x4 Extra Cab (pick-up)

    SR5, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg

    4x4 Double Cab (cab chassis)

    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6A 3500kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg
    • SR5, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg
    • SR5+, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg

    4x4 Double Cab (pick-up)

    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6A 3500kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • SR+, 2.8 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg
    • SR+, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg
    • SR5, 2.8 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • SR5+, 2.8 TD, 6M 3500kg
    • SR5, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg
    • SR5+, 2.8 TD, 6A 3500kg

    4X2 Single Cab (cab chassis)

    • Workmate, 2.7 P, 5M 1225kg
    • Workmate, 2.7 P, 6A 1210kg
    • Workmate Hi-Rider, 2.4 TD, 6M 1260kg

    4x2 Extra Cab (pick-up)

    • SR Hi-Rider, 2.8 TD, 6A 1130kg

    4x2 Double Cab (pick-up)

    • Workmate, 2.7 P, 5M 1035kg
    • Workmate, 2.7 P, 6A 1025kg
    • Workmate Hi-Rider, 2.4 TD, 6M 1160kg
    • Workmate Hi-Rider, 2.4 TD, 6A 1105kg
    • SR Hi-Rider, 2.8 TD, 6M 1050kg
    • SR Hi-Rider, 2.8 TD, 6A 1040kg
    • SR5 Hi-Rider, 2.8 TD, 6A 1065kg

    4x4 Single Cab (cab chassis)

    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6M 1275kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6M 1250kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6A 1250kg

    4x4 Extra Cab (cab chassis)

    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6A 1150kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6M 1200kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6A 1195kg

    4x4 Extra Cab (pick-up)

    SR5, 2.8 TD, 6A 1045kg

    4x4 Double Cab (cab chassis)

    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6A 1125kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6M 1085kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6A 1085kg
    • SR5, 2.8 TD, 6A 1105kg
    • SR5+, 2.8 TD, 6A 1105kg

    4x4 Double Cab (pick-up)

    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6M 995kg
    • Workmate, 2.4 TD, 6A 980kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6M 990kg
    • SR+, 2.8 TD, 6M 1005kg
    • SR, 2.8 TD, 6A 995kg
    • SR+, 2.8 TD, 6A 1005kg
    • SR5, 2.8 TD, 6M 1000kg
    • SR5+, 2.8 TD, 6M 1000kg
    • SR5, 2.8 TD, 6A 995kg
    • SR5+, 2.8 TD, 6A 995kg

    • 1690mm (4x2 SC)
    • 1700mm (4x2 DC)
    • 1795mm (4x2 SC Hi-Rider, 4x4 SC)
    • 1810mm (4x2 EC Hi-Rider, 4x4 EC)
    • 1815mm (4x2 DC Hi-Rider, 4x4 DC)
    • 1795mm (Rogue)
    • 1815mm (Rugged X)

    • Rogue 1900mm; Rugged X 1935mm
    • 1800mm (SC, WM 4x2 DC);
    • All others: 1855mm

    • 5330mm (WM 4x2 DC)
    • Rogue 5325mm;
    • Rugged X 5350mm
    • All others: 5325mm

    • 23 degrees: 4x2 with 2TR engine
    • 29 degrees: all other variants

    • 20 degrees: 4x2 DC with 2TR engine
    • 25 degrees: 4x4 SC
    • 26 degrees: 4x4 DC, EC/Ch. & DC/Ch.
    • 27 degrees: 4x2 Hi-Rider, Workmate 4x4 MT DCAB, SR 4x4 AT DCAB, SR Option Pack 4x4 AT DCAB


    • 1510/1510mm - 4x2 SC, 4x2 DC
    • 1495/1510mm - 4x2 SC Hi-Rider, 4x4 SC
    • 1535/1550mm - 4x2 EC & DC Hi-Rider, 4x4 EC & DC

    • SC/Chassis 4x2 with 2TR engine: 2700kg
    • SC/Chassis 4x2 Hi-Rider: 2900kg
    • SC, DC 4x4: 3050kg
    • EC: 3050-3100kg
    • DC 4x2 with 2TR engine: 2780kg
    • DC 4x2 Hi-Rider: 2980-3100kg

    The minimum turning circle of the Toyota Hilux is 11.8 metres (2TR) or 12.6 metres for all other variants.

    • 3.82 (2WD);
    • 3.43 (Hi-Rider, 4x4 EC, DC);
    • 3.30 (4x4 SC, Rogue, Rogue X)

    Brakes (front)

    • 296mm floating calliper - 4X2
    • 319mm opposed calliper - 4X4, 4X2 Hi-Rider
    • 319mm x 28mm opposed calliper - Rogue / Rogue X - Ventilated disc

    Brakes (rear)

    • 254mm (4x2), 295mm (4x4, Hi-Rider) - Leading-trailing drum
    • 295mm (Rogue / Rogue X) - Leading-trailing drum

    • Rogue 265/60 R18 alloy;
    • Rugged X 265/65 R17 alloy
    • 215/65R16C steel (4x2 WM) - Highway tyre
    • 225/70R17C steel (Hi-Rider, 4x4 WM & SR single cabs) - All-terrain tyre
    • 265/65R17 steel (4x4 WM & SR EC & DC) - All-terrain tyre
    • 265/65 R17 alloy (SR option pack) - Highway tyre
    • 265/60R18 alloy (SR5) - Highway tyre

    • Cylinders 4-cyl, in-line
    • Valve mechanism 16V DOHC chain drive
    • Charging system Variable nozzle turbocharger with intercooler
    • Bore x Stroke 92.0mm x 103.6mm
    • Displacement 2755cm3
    • Compression ratio 15.6:1
    • Fuel system Common-rail
    • Cetane number 48 or higher
    • Maximum power 150kW @ 3400rpm
    • Maximum torque 500Nm @ 1600-2800rpm (auto) - 420Nm @ 1400-3400rpm (man)

    AC60E (4x2), AC60F (4x4) - 6-speed super intelligent electronic auto (1GD, 2GD)

    • 1st 3.600
    • 2nd 2.090
    • 3rd 1.488
    • 4th 1.000
    • 5th 0.687
    • 6th 0.580
    • Reverse 3.732
    • Final Drive 3.909 (F) - 4.100 (E)

    R151 5-speed manual transmission (2TR engine)

    • 1st 4.313
    • 2nd 2.330
    • 3rd 1.436
    • 4th 1.000
    • 5th 0.838
    • Reverse 4.220
    • Final Drive 4.100

    RC60 (4x2), RC60F (4x4) 6-speed manual transmission (2GD engine) / RC61 (4x2), RC61F (4x4) 6-speed manual transmission (1GD engine)

    • 1st 4.784
    • 2nd 2.423
    • 3rd 1.443
    • 4th 1.000
    • 5th 0.777 (2GD) / 0.826 (1GD)
    • 6th 0.643
    • Reverse 4.066
    • Final Drive 3.583

    • SC/Chassis 4x2 with 2TR engine: 5200kg
    • DC 4x2 with 2TR engine: 5250kg
    • Hi-Rider: 5650kg
    • 4x4: 5850kg (all variants)

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    The Toyota HiLux range kicks off from $26,475 (plus on-road costs) for the "HiLux WORKMATE (4x2)" variant and finishes at $75,310 (plus on-road costs) for the "HiLux GR-SPORT TWO-TONE (4x4)" variant.

    The Toyota HiLux is built in Thailand and is then shipped to Australia.

    The Toyota HiLux has a braked towing capacity from 2500kg to 3500kg depending on the variant and an unbraked towing capacity of 750kg.

    Toyota suggested that owners service their Toyota HiLux every 6 months or 10,000km, whichever comes first.

    The Toyota HiLux has a five star ANCAP safety rating out of five.

    The variants of the Toyota HiLux use Unleaded Petrol, Diesel or Diesel/electric.

    The Toyota HiLux comes in 2 or 4 door variants.

    In our latest review the Toyota HiLux scored 7.7 out of 10. Read the full Toyota HiLux review here.

    The Toyota HiLux had a 5 year, unlimited km warranty.

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