Toyota / Toyota Hilux

Vitals

  • Engine
    2.2L
  • Power
    95 @ 4600 rpm
  • Transmission
    5-spd man w/OD
  • 0-60
    17.5 seconds
  • Drivetrain
    four-wheel
  • Seating
    3 passengers
  • Fuel Capacity
    73 liters
  • MPG
    12.8 City / 7.0 HWY

Specs

Toyota Hilux 2200 4X4 manual 95HP (70 kW) @ 4600 rpm
Toyota Hilux 1600 SWB manual 74HP (54 kW) @ 4800 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2000 manual 86HP (63 kW) @ 4600 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2200 Diesel LWB manual 67HP (50 kW) @ 4200 rpm
Toyota Hilux Diesel SWB manual 67HP (50 kW) @ 4200 rpm
Toyota Hilux 1600 LWB manual 74HP (54 kW) @ 4800 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 D-4D SRX Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.7 VVT-i 4X4 SRX Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.0 VVT-i Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.0 VVT-i SRX Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 D-4D 4X4 SRX Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 D-4D Double Cab Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 3.0 D-4D Double Cab Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.7 VVTi 4x4 SRX Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 D-4D Extra Cab Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.0 VVTi SRX Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 D-4D Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 D-4D SRX 4WD Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 D-4D Double Cab 4x4 SRX Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 3.0 D-4D Double Cab 4x4 Raider Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 4.0 V6 Double Cab 4x4 Raider Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.7 VVT-i SRX 4x4 Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 D-4D SRX 4x4 Manual 60HP (44 kW) @ 0 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2.5 Cab Manual 271HP (199 kW) @ 6200 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2700i Raider Manual 271HP (199 kW) @ 6200 rpm
Toyota Hilux 2800 Raider D-Cab Manual 271HP (199 kW) @ 6200 rpm
Toyota Etios Diesel 5 speed manual 68HP (50 kW) @ 3800 rpm
Toyota TES Concept T-Sports 5 speed manual 110HP (81 kW) @ 7000 rpm
Toyota Etios Liva 5 speed manual 80HP (59 kW) @ 5600 rpm
Toyota FT86 Coupé 6 speed manual 200HP (147 kW) @ 7000 rpm
Toyota Etios Liva Diesel 5 speed manual 68HP (50 kW) @ 3800 rpm
Toyota FT86 Coupé Automatic 6 speed automatic 200HP (147 kW) @ 7000 rpm
Toyota RT 20 Toyopet Tiara Sedan manual 64HP (47 kW) @ 4500 rpm
Toyota FCHV 5 Automatic 271HP (199 kW) @ 6200 rpm
Toyota Retro Cruiser Concept Automatic 285HP (210 kW) @ 5400 rpm
Toyota FT86 Coup?© Automatic 6 speed automatic 200HP (147 kW) @ 7000 rpm
Toyota FT86 Coup?© 6 speed manual 200HP (147 kW) @ 7000 rpm

Videos / Toyota Hilux

Killing a Toyota part 1 - Top Gear - BBC

Arctic Trucks' Toyota Hilux pickup truck from BBC Top Gear TV show

The Toyota Hilux crew cab: engine specifications and eventual development of the model

Toyota Hilux The vehicle

The Toyota Hilux crew cab is a compact range of pickup trucks. The car is manufactured and marketed by the Japanese company of Toyota.The Hilux has both pickup and compact trucks.It also was a common choice for sports rally. The other versions were renamed 4Runner and Hilux Surf. The former served the purpose of SUV while the pickup model of Tacoma discontinued its services later on. The SUV did not show any resemblance to the other versions and each of them was completely different from the other one.It is a utility vehicle that recently underwent subtle changes to its designing patterns. The brakes are facilitated with anti-locking techniques.The recent model has been modified into multiple variant species. The car is provided with visual effects at the front and the rear. The trimmed doors and the stylish seat interiors are also worth complimenting.

The engine

The five speed manual gearbox is accompanied by the all-wheel drive. The brake discs are ventilated both at the rear and at the front. It has a top speed of 171Km/hr and the acceleration takes a mere 13.7 seconds. The vehicle runs on diesel with the common rail fuel injection technique. The engine has L4 cylinders with the maximum horsepower being 144hp. It produces a torque of 343Nm at 2800rpm. The air conditioning of the interiors is controlled by the climatic changes. The premium steering wheels and the electronic distribution of the brake force is an essential feature of this species. The 4.0L Petrol engine and the 3.0L turbo engine. The navigation system is controlled by satellites. The stability and the traction controlling capabilities are also a notable feature.

Older generations

The short wheelbase of the vehicle initially operated with a 1.5L engine. The Japanese specification of the market was limited to the Toyota store. The changes in the functioning of the engine allowed the car to attain a maximum speed of 130 Km/hr. The versions with a long wheelbase remained unsold till the year 1972. The body styling patterns were similar to the regular cabs. It was late on improved to an inline four engine system.

Today’s car

Toyota Hilux, Photo #2 The redesigning of the Toyota Hilux crew cabwheelbase is a regular construction. It eliminates the cargo like box walls from the previous versions. The motoring trend of the Xtracab oriented the front rows of the seats in alignment with the jump seats.This characteristic is more common amongst the contemporary competitors. The American version was first started in California and the cars were sold in United States only.Minor changes in the appearance of the facelift were done in the 1992 model. The front grill was also replaced with a new one. Eventually the manufacturing of the vehicle was discontinued in the United States. This pioneered the advent of the Tacoma series that eventually became a hit. Apart from the designing modifications, the capabilities of the engine were modified.Consequently the horsepower and the generated torque of the engine also improved. The vehicle was marketed under the name of Volkswagen Taro between the years 1989 to 1997.