Prices range from just over £19,000 to around £30,000, excluding VAT and there's a choice of 'Active', 'Icon', 'Invincible' and 'Invincible X' trim levels. As before, the Hilux is being offered in Single, Extra and Double Cab body styles and prices start from just over £19,000 ex vat. In keeping with their working vehicle profile, The Single and Extra Cab versions are offered only in the entry-level Active specification. Double Cab models are available in all grades.
All variants come decently equipped with Bluetooth, a cooled front storage box, driver and front passenger airbags with optional driver knee and curtain shield airbags. You also get Hill-start Assist Control, Downhill Assist Control, follow-me-home headlight function, turn indicators integrated in the electrically adjustable, heated door mirrors and Isofix child seat anchors on the Double Cab model. At the top of the range, there are features like Smart Entry and Start, LED headlights, automatic headlamp levelling, electric steering wheel adjustment, Vehicle Stability Control and a locking differential. Plus niceties like 18-inch alloys, automatic air conditioning, dusk-sensing headlights and chrome side bars with steps. Toyota's 'Safety Sense' package has also been added to the range, providing a Pre-Collision System, Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beam and Road Sign Assist.