The 2023 - 2024 Toyota Hilux is offered in 6 variants - which are priced from RM 103,880 to RM 158,880, the base model of hilux is 2020 Toyota Hilux Single Cab 2.4 MT 4X4 which is at a price of RM 103,880 and the top variant of Toyota Hilux is 2020 Toyota Hilux Double Cab 2.8 Rogue AT 4X4 which is offered at a price of RM 158,880.
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The 2018 Toyota Hilux probably needs no introduction - it is one of the most well-known pick-up trucks on sale right now, thanks to a reputation for reliability and durability it built over the years. UMW Toyota Motor introduced the facelifted Hilux back in 2018, dubbed the L-Edition.
The 2018 Toyota Hilux update brought along a revised front end that features a new grille and bumper. UMW Toyota also offers a fully black-out variant aptly called the Hilux Black Edition.
Double cab variants of the Toyota Hilux measure 5,330 mm long, 1,855 mm wide, and 1,815 mm high. It has a 3,085 mm wheelbase.
The Hilux Single Cab measures 5,330 mm long, 1,815 mm wide, and 1,795 mm high. Its 3085 mm wheelbase is identical to the Double Cab variants.
|2018 Toyota Hilux Dimensions|
|Width (mm)||1,855 mm (Single Cab: 1,815 mm)|
|Height (mm)||1,815 mm (Single Cab: 1,795 mm)|
|Wheelbase (mm)||3,085 mm|
The range-topping Hilux 2.8 Black Edition gets automatic LED projector headlights, LED daytime running lights, and LED front fog lights.
Other variants get automatic halogen reflector headlights with bulb-type daytime running lights.
Both the Hilux 2.8 Black Edition and Hilux 2.4 L-Edition receive 18-inch alloy wheels with a similar design, but with different finishing. The wheels on the Hilux Black Edition are blacked out, while the Hilux L-Edition get dual-tone finishing.
Hilux 2.4 G variants get 17-inch alloy wheels, while the Hilux 2.4 Std get 17-inch steel wheels with plastic covers.
The base Hilux 2.4 Single Cab get 17-inch steel wheels wrapped in commercial tires.
Unlike Hilux models of yore, the current-generation model gets a more upmarket dashboard, with selected variants receiving an Optitron instrument cluster and digital climate control system.
The Toyota Hilux also gets a chilled upper glovebox.
Space and Practicality
The cabin of the 2018 Toyota Hilux is reasonably practical, as it features a number of cubby holes to store various small items.
If more storage space is needed, the rear seats can be tipped up to store items underneath.
The truck bed of the Toyota Hilux comes in two different sizes, as the Hilux Single Cab has a larger truck bed than the Double Cab.
Toyota has put safety as a priority on the Hilux, as upper variants of the Hilux receive 7 airbags, stability control, and traction control.
The Hilux 2.8 Black Edition also gets a built-in digital video recorder.
Furthermore, owners can also choose to have Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert fitted to the Hilux as an optional extra.
Upper variants of the Toyota Hilux get leather upholstery and an 8-way power-adjustable driver seat.
A 6.75-inch touchscreen head unit pumps audio through a 6-speaker sound system. The head unit also features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support.
Two turbocharged diesel engines are available in the 2018 Toyota Hilux's engine room - a 2.4- and 2.8-litre. The 2.4-litre does 150 PS at 3,400 rpm and 400 Nm from 1,600 to 2,000 rpm.
The larger 2.8-litre unit does 177 PS at 3,400 rpm and 450 Nm from 1,600 to 2,400 rpm.
Transmission choices include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed manual.
All variants of the Toyota Hilux feature a part-time 4WD system with Automatic Disconnecting Differential (ADD).
Toyota does not provide any 0-100 km/h figures for the Hilux.
On the road, the Hilux's 2.8-litre turbodiesel provides sufficient power for day-to-day driving conditions.
Its full 450 Nm of torque is made available from a low 1,600 rpm, which makes overtaking a breeze.
The Hilux's 6-speed automatic offers Eco and Power modes, in addition to a manual mode.
Gear shifts are reasonably smooth.
Steering and Handling
Similar to other pick-up trucks, the Hilux's steering is on the heavier end of the scale. Steering response is predictable.
The Hilux's utilitarian DNA is made apparent here - we wished that sound proofing and cabin refinement levels was better as engine noise can be noticeable at speeds.
Ride comfort of the Toyota Hilux is nothing to write home about - it is decent enough for daily commute, though for those seeking a comfortable pick-up truck should consider the Mitsubishi Triton or Ford Ranger instead.
Toyota says that the Hilux 2.8 returns 8.5-litre/100 km (combined), though real-world figures may differ.
It's not hard to see why the Toyota Hilux is so popular - it has a solid reputation for reliability and durability that it built over the years.
Couple that with the fact that even in rural parts of East Malaysia, Hilux parts can be found in a village grocery store makes it a default choice for many - private and business owners alike. （Toyota Hilux Vs Mitsubishi Triton 2019 Vs Ford Ranger ）
The fuel consumption of new 2023 Toyota Hilux in Malaysia is 8.5 litres per 100 km,andthe manufacturers claimed fuel consumption of 2023 Toyota Hilux GR Sport 2.8 AT is 8.5 litres per 100 km, andthe manufacturers claimed fuel consumption of 2020 Toyota Hilux Double Cab 2.8 Rogue AT 4X4 is 8.5 litres per 100 km.
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The Toyota Hilux is priced at:
Single Cab 2.4 (MT) 4x4 - RM 90,000
Double Cab 2.4 STD (MT) 4x4 - RM 100,000
Double Cab 2.4G (MT) 4x4 - RM 110,000
Double Cab 2.4G (AT) 4x4 - RM 118,100
Double Cab 2.4 L-Edition (AT) 4x4 - RM 124,888
Double Cab 2.8 Black Edition (AT) 4x4 - RM 139,888
The Hilux's closest competitors are:
Ford Ranger - Starting at RM 90,888
Mitsubishi Triton - Starting at RM 78,890
Most practical interior, lots of storage space and built-in DVR and 6.75-inch infotainment system.