Toyota announces prices for its Hilux Active and Icon variants which will be available to order from 5th of October this year. With its Macho looks and like always grand road presence, Toyota is adding better feature’s list to Hilux’s lower grade models.
The Entry level Hilux Active single cab starts at a price of £22,466 (CV OTR) comes with Toyota Safety Sense 2 fitted as standard incorporating a Pre-Collision System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert and Road Sign Assist. Applicable to the Extra and Double Cabs only, the 2.4-litre diesel engine also has its efficiency boosted by the addition of stop/start technology. All new Hilux will also come with connected car capabilities including features such as driving analytics, maintenance reminders and ‘find my car’.
The Entry level Hilux still include air-conditioning, radio and CD player, Bluetooth with USB, auto headlights and a rear differential lock.
And the price for the 2nd Base Model the Icon, which only comes with double-cab version, comes at £26,549 (CV OTR) for the manual version. New features add the latest Multimedia software including smartphone integration with Apple Car Play and Android Auto, coupled with a new 8-inch Toyota Touchscreen. Style benefits with the new 17-inch alloy wheels along with practicality of an automatic limited slip differential to improve low grip driving in 2WD. In addition to the Active grade specification, standard features on Icon also include power folding door mirrors, reversing camera, privacy glass, LED front fog-lamps and side-steps.
The Hilux has already proven its reliability a lot of times and now it comes with a load of more features from the base variant itself, looks to be a very wise purchase with Toyota’s Bulletproof Reliability.
The below table shows the full price range of the Toyota Hilux-
|Grade||Engine||Transmission||OTR||Commercial Vehicle OTR|
|Active-Single Cab|| |
|Icon-Double Cab||2.4D 148bhp|
|Invincible X-Double Cab||2.8D 201bhp||Manual||£38,975||£32,533|
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