Despite remaining atop the sales charts, the HiLux is no longer the best dual cab 4WD in Australia. It's still as tough as it has always been though, not that many owners of brand new SR5s would ever know.
Toyota has gone back to basics with the entry-level HiLux Workmate. James has a look to see if there is still plenty of ute behind the black bumper and steel wheels.
You can't ignore the value on offer in the 2016 Toyota HiLux Workmate base model, but it misses the mark in other ways...
The Toyota HiLux is one of Australia’s best-selling cars, let alone utes. But is the latest iteration of the iconic ute as ‘unbreakable’ as ever? Mandy spends a week with one to find out…...
With Australia's love for 4x4 utes, why would you opt for a 4x2 version of Toyota's HiLux diesel manual dual-cab pick-up? Besides saving $10k, it turns out that there are plenty of reasons...
One size fits all? Not with the 2016 Toyota HiLux. We put a customised SR 4x4 cab-chassis to the test!
The Toyota HiLux 4x4 Workmate is a fit for purpose dual cab designed with the hard working tradie in mind. It's specified to take a beating and it also happens to look pretty cool with it's black steel rims and black trim.
The all-new Toyota HiLux lobs into the thick of a fast-changing ute market. Is it still the king?
The eighth-generation Toyota HiLux has been changed from the ground up, and it has been improved in every way imaginable.
Limited to 1000 units, the Toyota hills Black Edition makes the most of what might be the current model's final fling.