Toyota has confirmed the pricing and specification for the new Hilux, which costs from £22,466 (CV OTR).
Joining the existing 2.4-litre diesel engine is a new 2.8-litre unit. With 204PS and 500Nm, it shaves more than three seconds off the current model’s 0-62mph time – achieving the benchmark in 10 seconds.
Combined fuel consumption for the new engine is 36.3mpg, with CO2 emissions of 204g/km.
Range-topping Invincible and Invincible X Hilux models have been available for pre-order since September 1. Now, the full line-up is available.
Prices start from £22,466 (CV OTR) for the Single Cab Active grade which now features Toyota Safety Sense 2 fitted as standard incorporating a Pre-Collision System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert and Road Sign Assist.
Entry-level Active grade also includes air-conditioning, radio and CD player, Bluetooth with USB, auto headlights and a rear differential lock.
The Active grade is available in all three body-styles, Single, Extra and Double Cab
For the Icon grade, available in Double Cab only, pricing starts at £26,549 (CV OTR) for the manual version.
New features include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, coupled with a new eight-inch Touchscreen.
There is also 17-inch alloy wheels, of an automatic limited slip differential, power folding door mirrors, reversing camera, privacy glass, LED front fog-lamps and side-steps.
Invincible models (from £29,158) are equipped with keyless entry and start, LED headlights and heated front seats.
The Invincible X has satnav, leather upholstery and a JBL sound system. It costs from £32,533.
2021 Toyota Hilux pricing:
Commercial vehicle OTR
Active – Single Cab
Active – Extra Cab
Active – Double Cab
Icon – Double Cab
Invincible Double Cab
Invincible X Double Cab