|Toyota Hilux Double Cab|
|Remains the world’s most popular pick-up|
Below the grille the large bumper mirrors the shape of the grille. It is in turn flanked by fog lights, with chromed bezels on top spec versions. Viewed from the side the Toyota Hilux numerous wheel designs for the steel wheel caps and alloy wheels on higher specification models. At the each end of Toyota Hilux rear are large lights with clear squared off distinctions and a chrome strip. The indicators and reverse lights feature clear light coverings.
The larger and more powerful 3.0-litre unit delivers 120 kW (160 hp) and 343 Nm of torque between 1,400 rpm and 3,200 rpm. This engine shares the electronically controlled common rail type fuel injection technology used on the 2.5-litre engine, to improve its overall efficiency. The 3.0-litre delivers its power to the wheels via a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. The Toyota Hilux rides on double wishbone independent suspension, with coil springs, while the rear suspension consists of leaf springs.
|Chromed face on top spec model|
|Room for five in the double cab version|