The majority of these vehicles are sold as pickup trucks or cab chassis variants even though they can be configured in a variety of body styles. The pickup truck was sold with the HiLux name in most markets, but in North America, the Hilux name was retired in 1976 in favour of Truck, Pickup Truck, or Compact Truck.
2011 Toyota Hilux
|Brand new 2011 Toyota Hilux||₦10 million|
|Foreign used 2011 Toyota Hilux||₦8.5 million|
|Nigerian used 2011 Toyota Hilux||₦6.7 million|
The 2011 Toyota Hilux is part of the updated seventh generation that comes with a range of improvements, regarding both styling and comfort. The exterior gets a new hood, grille, bumper and headlights as well as different rear bumper and rims. The design of the dash has been improved upon with the horizontal centre instrument cluster reinforcing the breadth and roominess of the cabin. There is also a new 6.1-inch colour touch screen infotainment unit with multiple connectivities sitting in the middle, while better materials have been used throughout the cabin. The Double Cab version for this year model is the biggest available, featuring four-door and proper rear seats.
2012 Toyota Hilux
|Brand new 2012 Toyota Hilux||₦12.7 million|
|Foreign used 2012 Toyota Hilux||₦9.5 million|
|Nigerian used 2012 Toyota Hilux||₦7.5 million|
Hilux restyled with all-new front end for 2012 model year. The new interior styling creates a more car-like environment. Toyota also introduced new features such as Toyota Touch with touchscreen multimedia unit, plus a rearview camera, Bluetooth and USB port. There is also an addition of diesel particulate filter (DPF) to both engines ensures compliance with Euro 5 emissions standards, reduced CO2 output and increased fuel economy. The standard five-speed manual transmission and the optional five-speed automatic for the 3.0 D-4D engine, exclusive to the Invincible, are also retained.