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At a Glance
The Toyota Hilux---Bigger, Better, Stronger Than Ever
From its inception in 1968 to the present, the Hilux has been synonymous with workhorse performance and reliability. Its latest version may give the Hilux a more refined and stylish look, but it remains true to its core as a powerfully strong, high-performing, and durable pickup truck.
Used and repo Toyota Hilux pickup trucks still get a lot of attention and traction from prospective buyers, with repossessed Hilux pickups ranging from 660,000 to 1.15 million pesos (depending on year and variant).
The Pros of a Used Toyota Hilux
The Cons of a Used Toyota Hilux
Powerful and Capable Engine. The Toyota Hilux comes in two engine configurations: the 2.4-liter and the 2.8-liter turbo diesel engines, paired to either a six-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission. Not only are these very powerful engines, but they are also fuel-efficient, averaging between 8 km per liter in city limits to up to 15 km per liter on highway runs (depending on passenger and cargo loads).
Lack of Driving Comfort. The Toyota Hilux is big. But when it comes to driving, this might not work in its favor. The steering is not as responsive (compared to other pickups and even SUV models) and is a bit heavy. There is a bit of roll when taking the turns. On rougher roads, handling may get worse so you’ll need to have a steady and firm grasp on your Hilux.
Durable Chassis Platform. The keys to the Toyota Hilux’s success have always been its powerful engine, as well as its durability and reliability. It owes its success to the platform the truck is sitting on. The Toyota IMV Platform gives the Hilux its signature all-around toughness, carrying capacity, and durability. (fun fact: This platform is also used for the Toyota Fortuner and Toyota Innova).
Passenger Comfort. Because it was built for toughness, comfort has taken the backseat (pun unintended). Even with its double-wishbone suspension in the front and a rigid axle with leaf springs at the rear, what gives the Toyota Hilux its rugged durability also makes it an uncomfortable ride. City driving is tolerable but if you're going on long trips or off-road, be ready.
Full-On Safety Mode The key to Toyota Hilux’s admirable safety record is its array of vehicle safety features, including ABS + EBD, brake assist, stability control, and hill start and downhill assist (either standard across variants or not). It also boasts tailgate assist, traction and stability control, and trailer sway control. Its passenger safety features include the standard front-seat airbags, as well as a total of seven airbags for both front and rear passenger seats, for higher variants. The Toyota Hilux is also a multiple-time recipient of the 5-Star ASEAN NCAP Safety Rating, receiving a total of 83.42 points for the 2020 and 2021 models.
Bare Truck Bed For a pickup truck with its pedigree, the Toyota Hilux may have missed a point on providing bedliners for all its variants. While the Conquest variant has bedliners installed (and a few other nice touches), the G and E models don’t, and this seems to be a big sticking point for owners and used Hilux buyers. Does it really affect the price that much to include this feature?
NHV Reduction for Cabin Comfort In recent years, Toyota has advanced efforts on reducing NVH effects (noise, vibrations, and harshness in terms of riding experience), particularly in the cabin. While Toyota has multiple NVH mitigating systems in place for its sedan and SUV classes, it has focused on minimizing NVH effects into the cabin area.
Tech Features Because of its emphasis on performance and reliability, the Toyota Hilux’s technology features are not as amazing as its sedan siblings, but it does outdo its forebears. The Hilux has a more sleek sedan interior feel and has an infotainment system that features a 6.75-inch touch screen for the G and E variants (8 inches for the Conquest variants) and comes readily equipped with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Conquest and G variants have a six-speaker audio system while the E variants have a four-speaker system.
What Makes the Hilux a Good Buy or a Goodbye?
Is the Toyota Hilux a worthwhile buy? Absolutely! The Toyota Hilux is a truly worthwhile pickup truck to have. And while it’s not a ride for everyone, for the buyer who needs a used or repossessed pickup truck that’s tough, reliable, and as fuel-efficient as they come, there’s no better choice than the Hilux.
While it does have its shortcomings (mostly in comfort), its durability makes the Toyota Hilux a sought-after pickup truck, brand new or repossessed.
Hilux Conquest 2.8 4x4 A/T
Hilux Conquest 2.8 4x4 M/T
Hilux Conquest 2.8 4x2 A/T
Hilux Conquest 2.8 4x2 M/T
Hilux 2.4 G 4x2 A/T
Hilux 2.4 G 4x2 M/T
Hilux 2.4 E 4x2 M/T
4-Door Pickup Truck with the Toyota IMV Platform Chassis (for the 2020 models and onwards)