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Toyota SA Confirms Hilux GR Sport

Toyota South Africa has confirmed that the Hilux GR Sport will be coming to SA around the middle of the year. Here's what we know so far.

Toyota's bread-and-butter Hilux is to be bolstered by the addition of a sportier derivative. Called the Hilux GR Sport, it features numerous upgrades, both inside and out. The limited edition Toyota Hilux GR Sport boasts Gazoo Racing stickers, new look grille, 2-tone paint finish and GR Sport 17-inch alloys with 265/65 all-terrain tyres.

However, there need to be some upgrades to the performance for the go to match the show. While the 2.8 GD-6 4x4 automatic powertrain is unchanged, there has been some work done to the suspension which Toyota claims will give the Hilux GR Sport greater off-the-beaten-track prowess. There'll be just 535 units allocated to South African customers, so you're going to have to move fast if you want one. We'll bring you pricing and further details closer to the launch in the middle of the year.

https://www.cars.co.za/motoring_news/toyota-sa-confirms-hilux-gr-sport/46160/
 

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Toyota's Hilux GR Sport is coming to South Africa

Toyota South Africa has officially confirmed that its Hilux GR Sport limited edition will hit South African showrooms in mid-2019.

Although it would be a stretch to call it a rival to the Ford Ranger Raptor - which incidentally is also being launched this year - the Toyota does get modified “off-road biased” suspension, which Toyota has not elaborated on at this point.

Of course the main selling point is that it’s packed with a whole lot of Gazoo Racing design flavour, in the form of a unique grille with block lettering, a two-tone paint job, numerous Gazoo decals and black 17-inch alloy wheels.

Toyota is also promising a few unique touches inside the cabin.

The engine is stock, the edition being based on the 2.8-litre GD-6 turbodiesel 4x4 automatic model, which produces 130kW and 450Nm.

Pricing and cabin specifications will be announced closer to launch, but expect to pay a premium over the R637 500 that Toyota charges for the model it’s based on.

https://www.iol.co.za/motoring/latest-launches/toyotas-hilux-gr-sport-is-coming-to-south-africa-19397138
 

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South Africa’s 10 best-selling bakkies of February 2019

The sales figures for February 2019 are in … and 926 units separate the top two vehicles as the battle for the title of South Africa’s best-selling bakkie starts all over again.

According to Naamsa, February’s new vehicle industry sales came in at 43 251 units, representing a decrease of 6,5 percent, year on year. The light commercial segment (14 123 units), however, showed a noteworthy improvement of 7,1 percent compared with the corresponding month in 2018.

So, what exactly happened in terms of bakkie sales in the second month of 2019? Well, the Toyota Hilux was again at the top of the table, with the Ford Ranger settling for second place (after the first two months of 2019, the Japanese bakkie finds itself 1 526 units ahead of its Blue Oval rival).

The Nissan NP200, meanwhile, held steady in third spot, with the Isuzu D-Max – which has switched from the KB badge – remaining in fourth (its final figure comprised 991 units of the D-Max and 195 units of the KB). The Nissan NP300/Hardbody again rounded out the top half of the table, retaining fifth place.

The Volkswagen Amarok, meanwhile, more than doubled its month-on-month total to climb one place to sixth, while the Mahindra Pik-Up fell a spot to seventh. The Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up remained in eighth, with the GWM Steed again claiming ninth. As in January, the Nissan Navara grabbed the final spot on the list.

That means there was no room for the Mahindra Bolero (59), Mitsubishi Triton (25), Fiat Fullback (18) 0r Mazda BT-50 in February. Unfortunately, Mercedes-Benz South Africa doesn’t report individual model sales, so it’s hard to tell exactly how many X-Class units were sold during the month.

See the top ten list below, and have a look at January 2019’s figures here.

South Africa’s 10 best-selling bakkies of February 2019:

1. Toyota Hilux – 3 504
2. Ford Ranger – 2 578
3. Nissan NP200 – 1 999
4. Isuzu KB/D-Max – 1 186
5. Nissan NP300/Hardbody – 922
6. Volkswagen Amarok – 495
7. Mahindra Pik-Up – 226
8. Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up – 224
9. GWM Steed – 145
10. Nissan Navara – 111

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/south-africas-10-best-selling-bakkies-of-february-2019/
 

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REVIEW: Toyota Hilux 2.8 GD-6 Raider 4x4

The default choice when it comes to new bakkies in South Africa is, and has always been, the Toyota Hilux.

For the last five decades have been nothing but a revelation as to how South Africans see the Hilux. Since its very first introduction, the Hilux has been steadily building its reputation as the number one bakkie in the land, and the reputability of its reliability far outweighs anything the market has to offer.

Come 2018 and the Hilux sees not only one alteration to the range, but two.

The first being the special edition Dakar model, and the second an overhaul of the range as a whole. It’s the latter that has the tongues wagging, because with it came a new, bolder face for South Africa’s favourite vehicle. Though the interior and drivetrain have been left untouched, the Hilux simply just reaffirmed its position as the number one choice in our bakkie market.

The new face

Though there was very little wrong with the outgoing model’s exterior, Toyota deemed it necessary to have another look at its top product’s face. That which is the first meeting point between onlooker/prospective buyer and bakkie.

To attract attention, the bakkie now has a much more imposing face that has no problem staking its claim. Bolder, more aggressive lines form part of the package and does the bakkie stand out more from the crowd.

Along the sides and at the rear the changes are minimal - if any - but the 18-inch wheels strike an imposing presence. The bakkie retains its 286mm ground clearance, which makes going off the beaten track a venture far less daunting.

Stretching its body at just over 5.3m, the Hilux is not a short fellow. This does have an effect on where and what you drive your bakkie over (in caution that the belly will scrape), but for the most part it is very unlikely that the Hilux, that is very much playing the leisure game, will see too much off-road action.

Since we're on the topic of leisure, Toyota made sure that the interior has all the bits and pieces to make the journey an enjoyable one.

For starters, the bakkie is equipped with Bluetooth, USB and AUX capability; all of which can be controlled via the centrally mounted touchscreen or the steering wheel. The latter is also home to the dials to toggle between the menus, and the cruise control activator sits a bit lower down on the steering column.

What’s notable is that this model, the Hilux GD-6 Raider 4x4, is not fitted with leather seats, nor electric adjustment for said seats. If this feature could have at least been added to the driver seats it would have been okay, but it’s not. If Mitsubishi could add it to their Triton, a bakkie some R20k cheaper than the equivalent Hilux, why could the market leader not do it, either?

Strong, punchy engine

But don’t let a few gripes with the interior put you off. Oh no! What a mistake that would be.

Toyota has been building the Hilux for the past fifty years and even though the competition offers greater power figures, the Hilux has always been okay with what it has in its arsenal. And the 2019 model is backing down for no one. Under the bonnet is a strong and proven 2.8-litre turbo-diesel engine that develops a healthy 130kW and 420Nm (the automatic models churn out 450Nm).

Power can be sent to the rear wheels, or all four wheels, via the practical dial found just ahead of the gear lever. The six-speed automatic gearbox cogs over nicely and the mechanical feel that we’ve come to expect from bakkies is not obtrusive, at all. Aiding the engine and power delivery are two buttons: one for Eco mode and the other for Power. When not in a hurry or not pressing on, the bakkie will revert to Eco by default. But hit Power and the urge and surge is pretty intense. But in a delicious way. Any gear, any speed, the bakkie will jump at any response from the throttle and it’ll continue delivering its power in spades until the fuel runs out.

Sometimes, pulling away in first with Power engaged, the bakkie will jerk and jitter like an impatient race horse right before a race. But once you’ve figured out throttle and clutch modulation it’s all quickly a thing of the past.

Mega success

It's not just locally that Toyota’s enjoying great sales success with the Hilux, but globally, too. Last year, the Hilux was the top-selling vehicle in South Africa with 40 018 units sold. That’s an average of about 3335 units per month. But what counts in its favour is reliability, reputation, and tradition. Tradition that the Hilux-name has been in families for the last five decades. Tradition that granddad bought a Hilux, so too did his son, and his son after him. These are ingredients that can’t be bought in monetary value, but instilling and focussing on reliability and reputation.

The Hilux’s story is far from over and at the turn of its half century in South Africa, it can only hit a higher gear.

Charlen Raymond is the editor of Manskap.

Wheels24's Janine Van der Post says: The Hilux is without a doubt the bakkie king in South Africa, and no matter how well the Ford Ranger might do against its main rival's sales figures each month, the Hilux will always be the reigning best-seller.

While the Hilux is the most popular vehicle in its segment, it has never really been the most attractive - at least not in my books. Over the years, that has changed and its evolution was evident when the latest generation was launched just a few years ago in 2016. Now, the Hilux Raider has become quite a good-looking 'fella' after the bakkie was upgraded in 2018.

It has that new bold 'square face' and it has changed the entire look of the Hilux. Dare I even call it sexy.

It also has a heck of a lot more going for it. The Hilux is available in 36 derivatives, three body styles and four trim levels.

The cabin feels a lot more plush and standard equipment and materials have been given some serious attention too, so much that it completely rivals the niceties of the Ford Ranger. It feels a lot more premium and it's now not just a workhorse, but a comfortable daily drive for the entire family.

https://www.wheels24.co.za/OffRoad_and_4x4/Bakkie_and_SUV/review-toyota-hilux-28-gd-6-raider-4x4-20190309

 

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Special Toyota Hilux 'Black Mamba' concept revealed

Toyota has whipped the covers off its new Hilux "Black Mamba" concept at the 2019 Bangkok International Motor Show, slathering its double-cab bakkie in aftermarket accessories.

Bearing a full name of “Hilux Revo Z Edition Black Mamba”, Toyota says the concept was, of course, inspired the venomous species of snake.

So, what makes this bakkie different? Well, the body is finished in black and red, with plenty of carbon-fibre parts added both inside and out. Indeed, the bonnet has been fashioned from the lightweight material, as has that hefty front splitter, the sleek side-mirror caps and even the tailgate.

The special Hilux runs on red 18-inch alloys (wrapped in what appears to be racing rubber) and clearly features a generous suspension drop, too. Inside, you’ll find carbon-shelled front racing seats (each complete with a five-point harness), an aftermarket steering wheel and even a ball-shaped titanium gearknob. Interestingly, the majority of the adds-on are available to purchase from Toyota in Thailand.

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/new-models/special-toyota-hilux-black-mamba-concept-revealed/

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South Africa's 10 best-selling bakkies of March 2019

The sales figures for March 2019 are in … and a whopping 1 876 units separate the top two vehicles as the battle for the title of South Africa’s best-selling bakkie continues.

According to Naamsa, March’s new vehicle industry sales came in at 47 718 units, representing a decrease of 3,1 percent, year on year. The light commercial segment (14 994 units), however, showed an improvement of 1,9 percent compared with the corresponding month in 2018.

So, what exactly happened in terms of bakkie sales in the third month of 2019? Well, the Toyota Hilux was again at the top of the table, with the Ford Ranger settling for second place (after the first two months of 2019, the Japanese bakkie finds itself a full 3 402 units ahead of its Blue Oval rival).

South Africa’s 10 best-selling bakkies of March 2019:

1. Toyota Hilux – 4 252
2. Ford Ranger – 2 376
3. Nissan NP200 – 2 144
4. Isuzu KB/D-Max – 1 607
5. Nissan NP300/Hardbody – 1 048
6. Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up – 288
7. Mahindra Pik-Up – 253
8=. GWM Steed – 188
8=. Volkswagen Amarok – 188
10. Nissan Navara – 161

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/industry-news/south-africas-10-best-selling-bakkies-of-march-2019/
 

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Toyota Hilux Special Edition

Toyota revealed the new Hilux 2019 Special Edition ahead of the 2019 Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, UK.

Featuring unique exterior and interior design enhancements, the new 2019 Toyota Hilux Special Edition is available as either a Mid or High grade specification Double Cab or a Mid grade Extra Cab.

Bespoke exterior components finished in Black and Dark Grey include the front upper grille surround, fog lamp bezel and under-run, the door and tailgate handles, the door mirror covers and the rear bumper corners and under-run.

In addition, Western European models showcase two-tone, machined face 18" alloy wheels, while those for Eastern Europe feature exclusive all-black 18" alloys.

On board, the new Toyota pick-up features a unique, all-black interior, the quality of which is reinforced by chrome instrument panel detailing, and piano black inserts on the dashboard and door trim, as well as on the steering wheel, gear lever and gear shift surround.

The driver's instrument binnacle showcases a striking dial design with a white background, and a central TFT screen displaying a dedicated Hilux 2019 Special Edition signature animation when the ignition is switched on. Even the key is model-specific, featuring a silhouette sketch of the vehicle's frontal design.

https://www.netcarshow.com/toyota/2019-hilux_special_edition/

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New Toyota Hilux 'Special Edition' unwrapped for Europe

Toyota in Europe has taken the wraps off its new (rather unimaginatively named) Hilux Special Edition, which features various subtle exterior and interior “design enhancements”.

Set to make its public debut at the 2019 Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, the special edition (which is a purely cosmetic exercise, so includes no updates to the 2,4- or 2,8-litre turbodiesel engines) will be offered in double-cab and Xtra-cab form.

Exterior tweaks include black and dark grey finishes for various components, including the front upper grille surround, foglamp bezels and rear under-run. The door handles, tailgate handle, side-mirror caps, rear bumper corners and rear under-run also gain this understated treatment.

Markets in Western European will furthermore receive two-tone 18-inch alloy wheels, while buyers in Eastern Europe will be offered black items of the same size.

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/new-models/new-toyota-hilux-special-edition-unwrapped-for-europe/
 

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Significant Safety Upgrades for Toyota Hilux

Toyota has started a global rollout of autonomous safety features for its Hilux bakkie. See details below...

The only people benefitting from the fierce global rivalry between Ford and Toyota’s double-cab bakkies, are quite rightly, customers.

Every time there's a feature update to Ranger, Toyota is required to respond with an update of its own. The latest raft of upgrades for the Hilux pertains to active safety and have already been introduced to European customers in the guise of a special edition Hilux Invincible X.

Ford’s new Ranger has significantly increased the driver assistance offering for South African volume double-cab bakkie buyers, offering autonomous emergency braking (AEB). Although most bakkie owners prioritise load ability, towing capacity and terrain taming off-road ability, the increasing number of double-cab bakkies used as family vehicles has necessitated a rethink of their dynamic safety features.

Double-cab owners, who often burden their bakkies with some garden refuse removal or a trio of mountain bikes in the back over the weekend, are demanding better active safety and collision avoidance technologies. Mercedes-Benz might have been first with AEB in the X-Class, but nothing in the local bakkie market is truly relevant until Ford or Toyota make it a product policy.

Toyota has initiated its AEB rollout, starting with Europe. In the next few months, it should spread to other global markets, including South Africa.

https://www.cars.co.za/motoring_news/significant-safety-upgrades-for-toyota-hilux/46587/
 

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South Africa's 10 best-selling bakkies of April 2019

The sales figures for April 2019 are in … and some 776 units separate the top two vehicles as the battle for the title of South Africa’s best-selling bakkie continues.

According to Naamsa, April’s new vehicle industry sales came in at 36 794 units, representing an increase of 0,7 percent, year on year. The light commercial segment (9 810 units), however, showed a fall of 8,1 percent compared with the corresponding month in 2018.

So, what exactly happened in terms of bakkie sales in the fourth month of 2019?

Well, the Toyota Hilux remained at the top of the table, with the Ford Ranger again having to settle for second place (after the first four months of 2019, the Japanese bakkie finds itself a full 4 178 units ahead of its Blue Oval rival).

Meanwhile, the Isuzu D-Max (having late in 2018 switched from the KB badge) moved up one place to third (its final figure comprised 1 158 units of the D-Max and 84 units of the KB). The Nissan NP200 thus fell one spot to fourth, ahead of the Nissan NP300/Hardbody in fifth.

South Africa’s 10 best-selling bakkies of April 2019:

1. Toyota Hilux – 2 411
2. Ford Ranger – 1 635
3. Isuzu KB/D-Max – 1 242
4. Nissan NP200 – 715
5. Nissan NP300/Hardbody – 515
6. Mahindra Pik-Up – 208
7. Nissan Navara – 177
8. GWM Steed – 156
9. Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up – 139
10. Volkswagen Amarok – 115

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/industry-news/south-africas-10-best-selling-bakkies-of-april-2019/
 

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All that effort and still using old style dials rather than digitally integrating speed rev, NAV etc, looks stylish
 

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South Africa's 10 best-selling bakkies of May 2019

The sales figures for May 2019 are in … and a whopping 1 214 units separate the top two vehicles as the (increasingly one-sided) battle for the title of South Africa’s best-selling bakkie continues.

According to Naamsa, May’s new vehicle industry sales came in at 40 506 units, representing a fall of 5,7 percent, year on year. The light commercial segment (12 197 units), meanwhile, showed a drop of 13,0 percent compared with the corresponding month in 2018.

So, what exactly happened in terms of bakkie sales in the fifth month of 2019?

Well, the Toyota Hilux remained at the very top of the table, with the Ford Ranger again having to make do with second place (after the first five months of 2019, the Japanese bakkie finds itself a full 5 392 units ahead of its Blue Oval rival).

South Africa’s 10 best-selling bakkies of May 2019:

1. Toyota Hilux – 3 187
2. Ford Ranger – 1 973
3. Nissan NP200 – 1 363
4. Isuzu KB/D-Max – 1 312
5. Nissan NP300/Hardbody – 879
6. Mahindra Pik-Up – 215
7. GWM Steed – 192
8. Nissan Navara – 189
9. Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up – 177
10. Volkswagen Amarok – 167

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/industry-news/south-africas-10-best-selling-bakkies-of-may-2019/
 

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Toyota Hilux vs Ford Ranger - in-depth comparison & review - Cars.co.za

 

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New Toyota Hilux GR-Sport flagship: here's pricing for South Africa!

The new Toyota Hilux GR-Sport flagship double-cab bakkie has arrived in South Africa in limited numbers and CARmag.co.za has local pricing ahead of the official market launch.

The newcomer is based on the existing 2,8 GD-6 4x4 6AT double-cab derivative. Just 535 units of this bakkie have been set aside for the South African market, as announced in February 2019.

So, how much are we looking at here? Well, the Hilux GR-Sport will be priced at R707 400 (that’s some R69 900 more than the model on which it is based).

Under the skin, the limited-edition bakkie gains “special off-road-biased suspension”, which the Japanese firm says affords it “even greater off-the-beaten-track prowess”. The suspension updates include hardened front springs and the addition of double-tube dampers. The latter work together with “specifically selected” valves to result in a “tailored damping curve to enhance driver control” and “increase confidence” during high-speed driving on gravel roads.

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/new-models/new-toyota-hilux-gr-sport-flagship-heres-pricing-for-south-africa/

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New Toyota Hilux GR-Sport flagship: here's pricing for South Africa!

The new Toyota Hilux GR-Sport flagship double-cab bakkie has arrived in South Africa in limited numbers and CARmag.co.za has local pricing ahead of the official market launch.

The newcomer is based on the existing 2,8 GD-6 4x4 6AT double-cab derivative. Just 535 units of this bakkie have been set aside for the South African market, as announced in February 2019.

So, how much are we looking at here? Well, the Hilux GR-Sport will be priced at R707 400 (that’s some R69 900 more than the model on which it is based).

Under the skin, the limited-edition bakkie gains “special off-road-biased suspension”, which the Japanese firm says affords it “even greater off-the-beaten-track prowess”. The suspension updates include hardened front springs and the addition of double-tube dampers. The latter work together with “specifically selected” valves to result in a “tailored damping curve to enhance driver control” and “increase confidence” during high-speed driving on gravel roads.

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/new-models/new-toyota-hilux-gr-sport-flagship-heres-pricing-for-south-africa/

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Toyota SA Confirms Hilux GR Sport (Update)

Only 535 units of the GR Sport

The first special Hilux that consumers can look forward to is called the GR Sport. A derivative that is offered in several markets (it's already on sale in Argentina, a spokesman said), the limited-edition GR Sport features numerous upgrades, including Gazoo Racing stickers, a bold new-look grille, a 2-tone paint finish and GR Sport 17-inch alloys shod with 265/65 all-terrain tyres.

However, there needs to be some upgrades to the performance for the "go to match the show". While the GR Sport's 2.8 GD-6 4x4 Automatic powertrain is unchanged, its suspension has been tuned up to give the derivative greater off-the-beaten-track prowess, Toyota claims.

There'll be just 535 units allocated to South African customers, so you're going to have to move fast if you want one.

https://www.cars.co.za/motoring_news/toyota-sa-confirms-hilux-gr-sport-update/46160/
 

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Toyota Hilux Legend 50 in South Africa! Check out local pricing

CARmag.co.za was the first to bring you pricing for the new Toyota Hilux GR-Sport and now we can also share pricing for the Legend 50 derivatives set to launch in South Africa at the start of July 2019.

The "Legend 50" badge, of course, celebrates half a century of Hilux sales in South Africa and follows the Legend 45 that launched locally back in 2014.

As many as 13 derivatives will be offered – across the single-, xtra- and double-cab body styles, and in 4x2 and 4x4 guises – each based on the familiar Raider trim level (and likely replacing said Raider models for the duration of the Legend 50’s production).

Pricing:

Single cab:
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 RB Legend 50: R472 000
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 RB Legend 50 AT: R491 100
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 4x4 Legend 50: R537 700
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 4x4 Legend 50 AT: R557 700

Xtra cab:
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 RB Legend 50: R511 100
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 RB Legend 50 AT: R530 200
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 4x4 Legend 50: R578 800
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 4x4 Legend 50 AT: R598 200

Double cab:
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 RB Legend 50: R579 100
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 RB Legend 50 AT: R598 500
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 4x4 Legend 50: R647 600
Toyota Hilux 2,8 GD-6 4x4 Legend 50 AT: R668 800
Toyota Hilux 4,0 V6 4x4 Legend 50 AT: R712 100

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/new-models/toyota-hilux-legend-50-in-south-africa-check-out-local-pricing/
 

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New Toyota Hilux Legend 50 in South Africa: more details drop

CARmag.co.za has already brought you pricing for the new Toyota Hilux Legend 50 derivatives (as well as for the Hilux GR-Sport) ahead of the launch in South Africa, and now we can add a few more details.

As we’ve already pointed out, as many as 13 derivatives will be offered – across the single-, xtra- and double-cab body styles, and in 4x2 and 4x4 guises – each based on the familiar Raider trim level.

The local arm of the Japanese firm has confirmed Legend 50 models will boast “both technological and design updates”. Indeed, they will feature an updated (gloss-black) grille, a redesigned front bumper, a new 18-inch alloy wheel design, a black styling bar, roof rails and side-steps. A tow bar and mudguards will also be fitted as standard. Furthermore, Legend 50 models will be offered in a choice of eight colours.

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/new-models/new-toyota-hilux-legend-50-in-south-africa-more-details-drop/

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