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Pricing and specifications have been announced for Toyota’s all-new HiLux variants, the Rogue, Rugged and Rugged X.
Toyota insists these new models are not just accessory packs, but fully fledged and engineered new models.
With customers spending $2000 on average accessorising their new HiLux, the company thinks it has hit the sweet spot in terms of a ute to meet everybody’s needs.
Kicking off from $54,990 (plus on-road costs), the SR-based HiLux Rugged (top image) builds on the SR offering and brings with it a snorkel, new grille, side rock rails, sports bar, a heavy duty steel rear bar and recovery points. While it comes with a six-speed manual gearbox, it can be had with a six-speed automatic for $2000 more.
Off-road fans will love the HiLux Rugged X (above), which has been engineered with the sole intention of withstanding tough conditions off-road. Priced from $61,690 (plus on-road costs), it’s based on the SR5 and complements the current specification leader with a raft of off-road gear along with a six-speed manual transmission. A six-speed automatic will set you back an additional $2000.
A winch-compatible heavy duty steel front bar works in unison with an integrated bash plate, LED light bar and driving lights, along with a new grille. A new tub has been designed to cater for a steel sports bar capable of 75kg of vertical load, along with the ability to secure 200kg on the floor of the tub.
Inside the cabin, the Rugged X features leather accented seats, a newly designed instrument cluster, metallic black ornamentation and black headlining.
Next up is the HiLux Rogue, which is priced from $61,690 (plus on-road costs) and comes exclusively with a six-speed automatic transmission. Added equipment includes a new front end design, outboard driving lights, new hard tonneau cover and the same interior highlights as the Rugged X.
The engine offering remains unchanged, with a 2.8-litre turbocharged four-cylinder diesel powering the range of new models. It produces 130kW of power and 450Nm of torque when mated to the six-speed automatic and 420Nm when coupled with the six-speed manual.
The three new Toyota HiLux editions go on sale nationally from April 28.
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