The ute that keeps councils, couriers and rental fleets running leads the 4x2 sales race with good reason.
We test Australia’s top-selling workhorse in the lead-up to the end of the financial year, the biggest month for ute sales.
The Toyota HiLux SR offers up a more affordable alternative to the favourite SR5. It's a better workhorse, too, for those of you wanting to actually use their dual-cab.
Now boosted with advanced safety tech, is Toyota's HiLux the pick of single-cab work utes?
The Toyota HiLux is Australia's top-selling new vehicle, which is pretty remarkable. This ubiquitous ute is as solid as ever, and might actually be at its all-round best in SR guise as tested here.
To see if it can walk the walk that its looks talk up, we head off-road in Toyota's tricked-up HiLux Rugged X.
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Rugged by name, rugged by nature. Toyota has long maintained the HiLux is unbreakable, and its newest flagship, the Rugged X, wears its off-road credentials on its sleeve. But while it may be tough on the outside, the interior plays up its plushness.
The Toyota HiLux Rugged is an attempt to tap into the lucrative accessory market in a more holistic way. This factory-backed SR derivative serves as a hardcore halo, and shows off what TMC's Australian engineers and designers can do when given something to sink their teeth into.