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Pricing announced for new 2021 Toyota Hilux

Prices have been announced for the new 2021 Toyota Hilux, with the range-topping Invincible X edition priced at just £40,475.

The full breakdown of the prices and specs for the Invincible and Invincible X models can be shown in the table below. Prices for the Active and Icon models will be revealed nearer the on-sale date. Pre-sales reservations will open from 1st September, with the start of sales to begin in November.

GRADE ENGINETRANSMISSION OTR PRICE CV OTR PRICE
Invincible 2.4D 6MT £34,925 £29,158
6AT £36,425 £30,408
2.8D 6MT £35,400 £29,553
6AT £36,900 £30,803
Invincible X 2.8D 6MT £38,975 £32,533
6AT £40,475 £33,783

Design

The frontal design has been completely reworked to incorporate a powerful, three-dimensional treatment across the grille and bumper. A change that increases the vehicle’s road presence and reinforces its robust, go-anywhere credentials.

- Redesigned combination meter in the instrument cluster
- Centrally mounted eight-inch multimedia screen
- To improve functionality, the latter now uses buttons and dial controls and the software is faster to improve responsiveness.
- Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
- Smart entry and push-button start​, satellite navigation, automatic air conditioning​. 
- Front and rear parking sensors​ 
- Nine-speaker JBL premium sound system with an 800W eight-channel amplifier and Clari-Fi technology

* Features will vary depending on model grade. 

New Toyota Hilux: powertrains

The existing 2.4-litre powertrain has now been joined by a more powerful 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine. This powertrain will be available with a choice of either six-speed manual or automatic transmission, and all UK versions will have all-wheel drive.

Provisional figures for this engine reveal a 201bhp output and 500Nm of torque, enough to despatch the dash to 62mph in ten seconds – approximately 3.2 seconds faster than the current 2.4-litre unit. Combined cycle fuel economy is predicted to be around 36.3mpg with CO2 emissions of 204g/km. (All figures are subject to change, pending final homologation).

New Toyota Hilux: driving dynamics

The New Toyota Hilux offers enhanced comfort with improvements to suspension and power steering. The front and rear shock absorbers have been retuned for a smoother ride with less shock when driving over joints and holes in the road surface. 

The one-tonne payload and 3.5-tonne towing capacity are delivered across all three body types: Single Cab, Extra Cab and Double Cab.