The eighth generation Toyota Hilux comes in Europe to remain the sales leader among the pick-up. After first presented officially in Australia and Thailand Toyota has advanced the main details of the new Hilux 2016 to Europe making it the eighth generation of this pick-up.
5.35 m long 1.85 m wide and 1.85 m high the 2016 Hilux is 9 cm longer 2cm wider and only 5 mm lower. In terms of design the new Hilux delivery receives a more modern aesthetic in which more pronounced lines and areas of the body more robust more 'muscle' are included. In front the presence of the new headlights with LED technology while the supply of alloy wheels is now much older and can choose from different designs and diameters -16 17 and 18 inch.
At the back the Hilux offers a complete redesign of the bumper which in turn allows a more comprehensive and easier to access the charging port which move to provide greater capacity.
Inside the 2016 Toyota Hilux makers they have sought to support space and technology. The Japanese firm says improves the driving position while rear seat passengers enjoy more space available. In terms of equipment it highlights a new multimedia system information navigation and entertainment equipped with touch screen plus cruise control.
To propel the 2016 Toyota Hilux will use two turbo diesel engines: 2.4 D-4D 150 hp 2.8 D-4D 177 hp. For those who prefer petrol will be available initially renewed 2.7 VVT-i 166 hp. In all three cases the engines can be coupled to a manual gearbox or six-speed automatic also six relations.
In pursuit of strengthening its QDR (Quality Durability Reliability / Quality Durability Reliability) in the eighth generation Hilux have enjoyed stronger and lighter materials strategy. The chassis the interior structure and the cargo have been strengthened to achieve those goals.
Finally at the level of safety equipment and driving assistants in the 2016 Hilux include systems such as Trailer Sway Control (traction control with special parameters for vehicles able to carry a certain load) plus the A-TCS ( Active Traction Control) a help system and hill start control decreases.
With all these changes Toyota are clear: they want the Hilux remains the best-selling pick-up in Europe. In fact in 2014 he obtained a market share of 23.5 percent with nearly 36000 units sold in European soil.
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