Toyota Hilux price in Australia
What is the price of Toyota Hilux in Australia?
Toyota Hilux is available in following trims and pricing varies with the selected trim level.
|Toyota Hilux WorkMate Single-Cab 4×2 2.7L Petrol||AU$ 30,000|
|Toyota Hilux WorkMate Single-Cab 4×4 2.4L Diesel||AU$ 46,500|
|Toyota Hilux WorkMate Double-Cab 4×4 2.4L Diesel||AU$ 55,200|
|Toyota Hilux SR Double-Cab 4×4 2.8L Diesel||AU$ 58,600|
|Toyota Hilux SR5 Double-Cab 4×4 2.8L Diesel||AU$ 67,500|
Review of Toyota Hilux
If you don’t know, the Toyota Hilux has been one of Australia’s best-selling vehicle in its class for several years now and it looks like that’s set to continue into the future. Over the last decade, millions of Australians have come to trust the Hilux as one of the most versatile vehicles on the road. It’s great off-road and hard-wearing, while still being comfortable and useful on all types of road surface. The new Hilux 2022 builds on this trusted formula with some key improvements over the previous generation – read on to find out more!
Engine and Performance
2022 Hilux comes with 3 engine options, a 2.7L Petrol engine and 2.4L and 2.8L Turbo Diesel engines and you also have the option to choose from 4×2 or 4×4 models. Each engine is mated to either a manual or automatic transmission offering different ratios, depending on your needs. Fuel economy has also been significantly improved over previous models.
The 2.8L turbo diesel offers up to 9% better fuel economy than its predecessor while still providing excellent torque and performance, making it a fantastic choice for those who tow regularly but want good fuel economy as well. The 2022 Hilux has a top speed of 170 km/h and can reach 0-100 km/h in 10.7 seconds.
Toyota Hilux comes with a 80L fuel tank and gives a combined fuel economy of 7.9L/100km.
The new 2022 Hilux has undergone an aesthetic overhaul, with a new fascia, front bumper and grille designed to give it an upmarket appearance while still maintaining its ruggedness. This will also include LED head lights on every model as standard. The face of your vehicle is arguably one of its most recognizable features, with sharp lines and sleek curves, your Hilux will turn heads whenever you drive past. You can choose from classic colours or opt for something with a bit more pizazz—it’s your truck, after all! You can also customise every single part of your new Hilux, meaning there are endless possibilities when it comes to personalizing your ride.
The interior of any car is its soul, after all—for most people, that’s where they spend most of their time. That said, it’s good to note that while Toyota didn’t overhaul much on the inside, they did add quite a bit to its already impressive list of features to make you feel right at home in your ride. The only downside is it’s infotainment screen which doesn’t keep up with 2022. The Hilux can tow 3500kg and its 152.5cm x 164.5xm bay provides ample enough space for all your cargo.
The 2022 Hilux offers seven airbags as standard, (front, side curtain, driver knee) and autonomous braking systems and lane assist technology to ensure you stay safe on Australian roads. Drivers also benefit from climate control with dust and pollen filter. The Hilux’s headlights have been redesigned to help prevent oncoming vehicles from being blinded by headlights; while also incorporating new features such as lane departure warning alerts and an auto braking system.
Pros and Cons of Toyota Hilux
|Comes with class-leading off road capabilities||Bumpy ride on highway|
|Rugged looking and comfy interior||Outdated Touchscreen|
|Competitive price tag and great resale value||Noisy engine and slow to accelerate|
Toyota Hilux GR5 Specifications