The tough variants of the Toyota Hilux


Among the roster of vehicles famous for their dependability, sits Toyota's generations of Hilux pickup trucks. 

The current Hilux has placed reliability, and even some advanced tech to its list of specialties. These qualities can be seen across the Hilux's 13 variants, which go for between P843,000 to P1.830 million. The trim levels are summed up in grades J, FX, E, G, and Conquest. 

The Hilux is powered by a 2.4-liter diesel with 147hp and 400Nm of torque, while a 2.8-liter diesel, which generates 200hp and 420 to 500Nm, is reserved for the upper two varieties. A five- or six-speed manual or automatic can be combined with the engines. 

The differences among the Hilux range go beyond the running gear. 

Hilux Cab and Chassis (P843,000)

With its chassis, this Hilux take on any configuration a business may expect of it. For instance, the chassis can hold a bed for construction materials, a refrigerated cargo hold to accommodate perishables, or a passenger compartment. Behind its black bumper resides the 2.4-liter mill. 

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Hilux Cargo, J, and FX (P936,000, P952,000, P1.029 million)

The Cargo gets its name from its, well, cargo hold. The Hilux J could work as company transport, too, with its extended passenger cab for three occupants. Just like its retro namesake, the Hilux FX offers sideways-facing passenger seats. The FX offers an aircon for an additional P28,000. 

Toyota HiluxThese three fleet-friendly pickups share steel wheels, and unpainted bumpers, side mirrors, and door handles. They also share the 2.4-liter engine and five-speed manual. 

Hilux E (P1.113 million)

Despite the presence of 17-inch steel rims and a six-speed manual, the Hilux E is far from spartan. It's equipped with a 6.75-inch infotainment screen with mirroring for Apple and Android phones, keyless entry, and multi-information display. The six-speed manual begins to appear on this trim. 

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Hilux G MT and AT (P1.222 and P1.295 million)

Representing the middle tier of the Hilux range, the G trucks are made unique by 17-inch alloy wheels, step boards, and this optional Nebula Blue paint. The G adds reversing sonars to the features found in the J. 

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Hilux Conquest 2.4 4x2 MT and AT (P1.338 and P1.455 million)

The Conquest name brings with it black wheels and body kit, roof rails, rear sports bar, and graphics that proudly display the new name. LED headlights command a price premium, as does the eight-inch infotainment screen. 

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Hilux Conquest 2.8 4x2 MT and AT (P1.755 and P1.883 million)

For more muscle in conquering more ground, the upper two Hilux trucks are powered by the 2.8-liter powerhouse that's paired to four-wheel drive. Aside from exterior styling, the Conquest 2.8 shares with the 2.4 safety systems such as stability control and hill start assist, to name a few. 

HiluxPhotos from Toyota Motor Philippines 

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