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HILUX more Australian than ever | Transport News – Toyota HiLux

The HiLux is now more Australian than ever, thanks to the development and evaluation work performed by Toyota Australia’s design and engineering teams for both local and international markets. The company’s local design team played a considerable role in styling the exterior of the HiLux range, as part of an international team, while its local engineers focused on evaluating and ...

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RAISING THE BAR | UTE Review – Toyota HiLux

Hilux adds to its safety systems and sharpens its appeal.  It’s Australia’s top selling vehicle and Toyota Australia has every intention of keeping the model at the forefront of the buyer thought process to maintain its market leadership. With this in mind, the Japanese manufacturer has introduced a range of benefits for Hilux buyers, with the addition of Toyota Safety ...

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STORM WARNING | UTE Review -Toyota HiLux Rugged

HiLux comes under increasing pressure from the latest competition – Words by Stuart Martin Toyota has built its brand around a strong reputation for reliability, workhorse muscle and off-road prowess; but its success has also made it a rather large target for rivals in recent years. The launch of its Halo trio last year improved its market offering as the ...

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A LIKEABLE ROQUE | UTE Review – Toyota Gears Up The HiLux

Toyota gears up the HiLux – Words and images by Stuart Martin The rich model mix that pervades the light commercial ute market is where Toyota’s ‘Halo’ trinity is aimed. The Rogue is the urban cowboy of the trio, still capable of getting mud in the wheel arches but not quite as front-bar savvy as the more-expensive ($63,690 for the ...

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THE HALO EFFECT | UTE REVIEW – Toyota HiLux Halo

Suart Martin takes time out in the up-spec models of the HiLux. The rich mix of dual-cab ute sales in Australia has prompted changes to the HiLux model line-up. A trio of new ‘Halo’ models have been installed at the top of the range, in and around the long-serving SR5 flagship and the SR model on which they are based. ...

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HILUX IN REVIEW | UTE REVIEW Toyota HiLux

HiLux retains its top ranking position through readjusting its marketing strategy and realigning its model range as it approaches its half-century. As pricing for the top level ute models in the Australian market heads towards the $100,000 mark and beyond, the HiLux has been hanging on to market leadership, despite not being able to supply the upper spec trim and ...

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The Humble HiLux | REVIEW Toyota Hilux

HiLux now has a fight on its hands to maintain its first ranking in the face of stiff competition – words by Stuart Martin. Oh what a feeling! Well almost. Once it was the HiLux first and daylight second, much like Toyota’s lead in the new vehicle sales race. But the competitiveness of the light commercial vehicle segment has caught ...

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UTILITARIAN OPTIONS

Delivery Magazine’s Ute of the Year contest promotes some interesting results in the fit-for-purpose equation It’s the thriving segment of the light commercial vehicle industry and utes figure large in the buyer’s mindset as a bridge between workhorse and status symbol. But just which models work better than others can only be debated after extensive comparison testing running at the ...

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THE NEW HiLUX

Toyota’s latest ute is better, but is it good enough? – Delivery reviews the 2.4 WorkMate crew-cab auto At the time of launching its new HiLux, Toyota aimed at mass exposure on the web where the writers of the various blogs have relatively little experience of the light commercial market. The rationale could well be explained for this in the ...

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LET BATTLE BEGIN

The title fight is on, as the resurrected HiLux and Ford’s revamped Ranger go toe-to-toe for ute supremacy. Words and images by Stuart Martin Toyota’s top-seller has undergone considerable change to bring it back to the pointy end of the LCV ute field – new engine, new gearbox, new load capacities and a new look inside and out – but ...

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