Prices across the range of Single, Extra and Double Cab body styles haven't changed too much, so think in terms of paying from around £29,000 (ex-VAT on the road) for more affordable versions. The plusher 'Invincible'-spec Double Cab variants start from around £35,000 (ex-VAT on the road), while the top 'Invincible X' Double Cab models start from around £38,400 (ex-VAT on the road). The ultimate Hilux is the GR Sport II model, which gets styling changes, extra equipment and a wider track.
Across the line-up, Toyota's 'Safety Sense' package features, providing a Pre-Collision System, Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beam and Road Sign Assist. On plusher models, you'll find luxury features like smart entry and push-button start, satellite navigation, automatic air conditioning, front and rear parking sensors and a nine-speaker JBL premium sound system with an 800W eight-channel amplifier and CLARI-Fi technology for improving the reproduction quality of digital music files. The range-topping Hilux Invincible X Double Cab is distinguished by exclusive exterior styling details, including bespoke grille and front bumper, skid plate, over-fender, door handle and tailgate designs. The Invincible also comes with its own instrument combimeter design, interior black metallic and dark chrome trim accents and even a model-specific key. There is also “clear blue” illumination on the door trims and two-tone perforated leather seat upholstery.
Customers can choose from a wide range of accessories to personalise their Hilux and equip it to suit their specific work or leisure requirements. Items include a range of hard tops and roll covers, a locking tailgate and a 12V power supply mounted on the deck.