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|Toyota||Hilux 3.0D-4D Invincible Double Cab Pickup||2012||Pick Ups||£18,990.00|
|Toyota Hilux 3.0D-4D Invincible Double Cab Pickup - Pickup Satellite Navigation,Cruise Control,ABS - Electronically Controlled,17 inch 6-Spoke Alloy Wheels With Locking Wheel Nuts,Air Conditioning System - Climate Control,Bluetooth Connectivity,Power Assisted Steering - Speed Sensitive,TVSS CAT 1
2012 MODEL TOYOTA HILUX
On sale from October 2011, the popular Toyota Hilux, made famous on BBC’s Top Gear programme has had a facelift for 2012. A totally new looking front end sees a redesigned bonnet, grille, headlights and bumper.
The upgrade sees a new choice of alloy wheels and Hilux buyers can now include fancy side steps on the options list.
Changes have been made inside too with a revised dashboard layout that now can accommodate the 6.1 inch screen that Toyota uses for its ‘Toyota Touch’ entertainment system.
This ‘Touch’ package is now fitted as standard to the HL3 and Invincible models and comes with Bluetooth and a USB port for connecting digital music players. Added chrome trims and colours that match throughout the cab helps modernise the look of the Hilux’s interior.
The choice of engines remain the same with the 2.5 and 3 litre diesels, rated at 142 and 169bhp, but these have been tweaked to meet the Euro 5 standards that are compulsory from 2012 by adding a diesel particulate filter (DPF). Emissions are reduced by 10% to 194g/kg which means that fuel economy has improved by 10% as well to 38.7mpg
The Hilux keeps the choice of the existing five speed auto or manual gearboxes and the grade descriptions remain the same – HL2, HL3 and Invincible. Retail prices start at £16,090 for the HL2 single cab and rise to £21,490 for the automatic Invincible double cab.
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