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Toyota Hilux Invincible D/Cab Pick Up 2.4 D-4D Auto

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Annual Mileage

6000 Miles

Length Of Lease - Months

24 months

Initial Payment - Months

£2722.68 inc. VAT

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£19.31 per month inc. VAT

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Order Summary

Initial Payment: £2722.68 (inc. VAT)
Contract Type: Contract Hire
Contract Length: 24 months
Annual Mileage: 6000 miles
Maintenance: No
Colour: Metallic - Shadow black
Trim / Interior: Part leather - Charcoal black with red stitching
Stock: Special Offer Brand New - 4-6 Week Delivery
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Selected Accessories

Transmission Automatic
Fuel Type Diesel
Load Length 1525
Alloy Wheels 18" Alloy
Load Width 1480

Vehicle Dimensions

  • Front Overhang 985
  • Height 1815
  • Length 5325
  • Load Deck Height 480
  • Load Length 1525
  • Load Width 1480
  • Rear Overhang 1255
  • Turning Circle - Kerb To Kerb 6.4
  • Turning Circle - Wall To Wall 6.7
  • Wheelbase 3085
  • Width (Excluding Mirrors) 1855

Weight and Capacities

  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres) 80
  • Gross Train Weight 6300
  • Gross Vehicle Weight 3210
  • Max. Towing Weight - Braked 3500
  • Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked 750
  • Minimum Kerbweight 2185
  • No. Of Seats 5
  • Payload 1025
  • Plated 2Nd Axle 1920
  • Plated Front Axle 1450


  • 0 To 62 Mph (Secs) 12.8
  • Bhp 150
  • Engine Power Kw 110
  • Engine Power Rpm 3400
  • Engine Torque Lbs.Ft 295
  • Engine Torque Mkg 40.8
  • Engine Torque Nm 400
  • Engine Torque Rpm 1600
  • Top Speed 106


  • Alternative Fuel Qualifying No
  • Did At Least One Aspect Of This Vehicles Safety Give Cause For Concern? No
  • Badge Engine Cc 2.4
  • Badge Power 150
  • Clutch Single Dry Plate
  • Exhaust System Catalytic Converter
  • Front Brakes Ventilated Discs
  • Front Suspension Double Wishbone
  • Ghost Model For Valuation Purposes No
  • Hand Brake Rear Drums
  • Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years 6
  • Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years 3
  • Rear Brakes Drum
  • Rear Suspension Leaf Springs
  • Service Interval Frequency - Months 12
  • Special Edition No
  • Special Order No
  • Standard Manufacturers Warranty - Mileage 100000
  • Standard Manufacturers Warranty - Years 5
  • Steering Pas Rack And Pinion
  • This Vehicle Is Classed As A Car For Ved Purposes No
  • Vehicle Homologation Class N1

Interior Features

  • 220V Power Socket
  • 60/40 Split Tip-Up Rear Bench Seat
  • Automatic Air Conditioning
  • Carpet Covered Floor
  • Centre Console Coolbox
  • Centre Console With Lid, Storage And Armrest
  • Cloth Upholstery
  • Cooler In Upper Glove Box
  • Driver Seat Height Adjuster
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Inner Load Hooks On Cargo Deck
  • Leather Steering Wheel And Gearshift Lever
  • Locking Glovebox
  • Rear Passenger Footwell Heating
  • Tilt Adjustable Steering Wheel
  • Textile floor mats

Driver Convenience

  • 4.2" Multi Information Display
  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • Front And Rear Parking Sensors
  • Fuel Heater
  • Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Lane Departure Warning System
  • Lights On Warning Buzzer
  • Pas
  • Pre-Collision System With Pedestrian Detection
  • Rear View Camera
  • Smart Phone Integration With Android Auto & Apple Carplay
  • Static Guidelines On Rear View Camera
  • Tachometer
  • Touch 2 Multimedia System With 8" Display

Exterior Features

  • Auto Headlights
  • Automatic Headlamp Levelling
  • Black Door Handles
  • Black Door Mirrors
  • Black Side Steps
  • Body Coloured Front Bumper
  • Chrome Rear Bumper
  • Emergency Brake Light Assist (Ebs)
  • Follow Me Home Headlights
  • Front Power Windows With Auto Up And Down Function
  • Front Wiper De-Icer
  • Green Tinted Glass
  • Headlight Cut-Off Reminder
  • Headlight Washers
  • Heated Door Mirrors
  • Heated Rear Window
  • Led Daytime Running Lights
  • Led Dual Beam Projector Headlights
  • Led Front Fog Lights
  • Led Rear Lights
  • Mud Flaps Front And Rear
  • Power Rear Side Window
  • Power Retractable Door Mirrors
  • Rear Fog Lights
  • Rear Window Privacy Glass
  • Trailer Sway Control
  • Underbody Protection Cover
  • Variable Front Wipers
  • Windscreen Shadeband
  • Black side bar with steps
  • Solid paint

Available Accessories

We've fitted accessories to over 10,000+ vehicles

Monthly Costs

  • 24 Months - £71.54pm
  • 36 Months - £48.95pm
  • 48 Months - £37.20pm
  • 60 Months - £30.00pm
Prices quoted are estimated and may vary depending on the finance product chosen and the initial rental. Please contact us for a tailored quote.

Truckman Grand Hardtop (Pop Out Windows)

The UK’s best selling Truckman Hardtop. The Grand Hardtop from Truckman is the single best upgrade for your Toyota Hilux, it will transform the look, security and versatility of your truck. The stylish roof bars will allow you to carry even more than your usual load.

Being designed in the UK the Hardtop complements the Toyota Hilux Double Cab with its technology and features – and is colour-coded to match your Hilux's colour. The Grand is designed for the Toyota Hilux – from 2016 to the current model.


  • Cab-high, vehicle-specific design – creates more load space capacity
  • Makes pick-up more streamlined, aerodynamic – reduces drag and fuel consumption
  • Integrated remote central locking – secure your cargo from would-be thieves
  • Colour-coded – matches vehicle’s paint colour
  • Automatic interior LED light – ideal for loading/unloading on dark winter evenings
  • Tinted windows – stylish, additional security, all-round visibility when reversing
  • Pop-out side windows – improved ventilation for the load area
  • Sliding bulkhead window – additional ventilation for pets, easy access for cleaning the cab
  • Luxurious vinyl-lined, wipe-clean interior – stylish, easy to maintain
  • Stylish spoiler with high level LED brake light – improved visibility for tailing motorists

Independent Review By Car & Driving

The eighth generation version of Toyota's indestructible Hilux pick-up has a strong heritage. But now it's a little more smartly turned out. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at the revised version.

Ten Second Review

Toyota's Hilux pick-up has always been unbreakable, capable and sensible. But aspirational? Possibly not. This improved version of the eighth generation model might be though. It looks more purposeful, there's more power if you want it and the cabin has been upgraded. But throughout, all the old toughness still remains.


Think of a pick-up and it's quite likely that you'll be picturing a Toyota Hilux. This model has, after all, been a dominant presence in the global pick-up market for around half a century. Around 18 million examples of this truck have been produced in that time and most of them are still pounding the roads and unmade tracks of the 172 countries across the world where this model is sold. This eighth generation 'AN 120'/'AN130' version was first launched in 2016, but was substantially upgraded four years later to create the model we're going to look at here. In its lifetime, this model line has faced and overcome many significant challenges. This is, after all, the vehicle Jeremy Clarkson and Top Gear drowned, threw from the top of a tower block and still drove home. It was the first vehicle to be driven to both North and South Poles. It's conquered the Antarctic, the slopes of live volcanoes and the gruelling Paris-Dakar rally. It is, in short, for everyone from suburban builders to Libyan freedom fighters, a pick-up trusted the world over to get the job done, which is why it's still Europe's best selling model in this segment. Now though, it's a good deal smarter, though Toyota insists that none of the Hilux's essential toughness has been compromised. Still, you might now value this pick-up too much to subject it to the worst excesses.

Driving Experience

From the original the launch of this MK8 model, the key change was the introduction of Toyota's 2.4-litre D-4D Global Diesel (GD) engine - and that still remains the line-up's core powerplant. Rather surprisingly, from the introduction of this model, the Japanese maker chose not to give our market the gutsier 2.8-litre diesel it offered to Hilux buyers in our countries - but we get it now. The 2.8 offers 201bhp and 500Nm of torque and can accelerate to 62mph in 10 seconds - up to 3.2 seconds faster than the 150bhp 2.4-litre unit. The more powerful 2.8-litre engine is aimed at customers who require a vehicle that's appropriate for both business and personal use - and those wanting an extremely capable leisure vehicle. It's available with either six-speed manual or automatic transmission. All Hilux variants have all-wheel drive. This is a part-time 4WD system that operates in rear-driven two-wheel drive on tarmac, but you can shift on the move into the 'H4' high range 4WD setting at speeds of up to 31mph, should conditions worsen or you be about to turn onto a muddy track. For really boggy off road work, you're going to want to further consider the possibility of switching into 'L4' low range, again something that's possible on the move, but this time at much lower speeds of up to 5mph. The Hilux is designed to tackle the toughest off-road conditions, with a 29-degree approach angle, 26-degree departure angle and 293mm ground clearance (Double Cab models). It's also capable of wading to a depth of 700mm. On tarmac, you'll need to remember that the rear suspension is still leaf-sprung, so it can't match the ride quality of Nissan's rival coil-sprung Navara. This pick-up handles secondary route tarmac undulations reasonably for LCVs of its type though, something aided by a clever 'Pitch and Bounce Control' system that automatically adjusts engine torque to suit the road surface.

Design and Build

You'd recognise this as a Hilux - but a somewhat sassier one. Watching rival pick-up brands produce more aggressive designs, Toyota knew it had to give its contender a slice more road presence, so virtually everything at the front end is new - beadier full-LED headlamps, a more imposing three-dimensional grille, a restyled bumper - the lot. The 18-inch alloy wheels that feature on top variants are new too, as are the full-LED tail lamps. And if you wish, you can finish it all off with a fresh 'Titan Bronze' metallic paint finish. As before, apart from a token 'Extra Cab' entry-level model, the whole of the range is built around the Double Cab body style that most pick-up customers want. The cabin's more familiar - this is after all, a facelift rather than a new generation model. But the analogue instrument cluster gets a new central display, plus the centre-dash 8-inch Toyota Touch infotainment screen has been updated and now includes 'Apple CarPlay'/'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring. And you can now have a thumping 9-speaker JBL audio system upgrade if you want it. In the rear seat of the Double Cab variant, the bench still has a useful 60:40-split tip-up function so that valuable things like tools can be kept away from prying eyes.

Market and Model

Prices across the range of Single, Extra and Double Cab body styles haven't changed too much, so think in terms of paying from around £25,000 for more affordable versions. The plusher 'Invincible'-spec Double Cab variants start from around £29,000 ex-VAT, while the top 'Invincible X' Double Cab models start from around £32,500. Toyota's 'Safety Sense' package features across the range, providing a Pre-Collision System, Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beam and Road Sign Assist. On plusher models, you'll find luxury features like smart entry and push-button start, satellite navigation, automatic air conditioning, front and rear parking sensors and a nine-speaker JBL premium sound system with an 800W eight-channel amplifier and CLARI-Fi technology for improving the reproduction quality of digital music files. The range-topping Hilux Invincible X Double Cab is distinguished by exclusive exterior styling details, including bespoke grille and front bumper, skid plate, over-fender, door handle and tailgate designs. The Invincible also comes with its own instrument combimeter design, interior black metallic and dark chrome trim accents and even a model-specific key. There is also "clear blue" illumination on the door trims and two-tone perforated leather seat upholstery. Customers can choose from a wide range of accessories to personalise their Hilux and equip it to suit their specific work or leisure requirements. Items include a range of hard tops and roll covers, a locking tailgate and a 12V power supply mounted on the deck.

Practicalities and Costs

There's plenty of space in the load bay, one cubic metre in the Double Cab model, a figure that rises to 1.2m3 in the Extra Cab version. In the Double Cab, there's 1545mm of load space length and 1515mm of load space width, narrowing to 1100mm between the wheel arches. There's 450mm of loading height and a total payload capacity of up to 1,060kg, depending upon the version you choose. There's a 3.5-tonne towing capacity. And WLTP running costs? Well, the 2.4 GD unit struggles a little with the weight of this pick-up, which explains the combined mpg figure (a best of 30.4mpg) and the CO2 reading (up to 244g/km). There's a Selective Catalytic Reduction system that uses an Ad Blue additive (something you have to top up beneath the bonnet) to remove up to 99% of all NOx emissions. Auto models also get a clever 'Deceleration Downshift Control' system that optimises downshifts when decelerating to gain better fuel efficiency. Across the range, service intervals are at 24 months or 20,000 miles and there's a 5 year/100,000 mile warranty.


The Toyota Hilux has always scored well with those who need a tough pick-up that drives better than the class norm. Rival manufacturers though, have copied this formula and added a more refined feel to their wares and as a result, the Hilux felt as if it was falling off the pace a little. So the round of revisions made to this eighth generation version are welcome, giving this pick-up a classier feel. Our only real issue here is that the frugality of this model's volume 2.4-litre diesel engine is rather masked by this Hilux's prodigious weight. Ultimately though, this remains one of our preferred options in the pick-up segment - and we're not alone. From Alaska to the Sahara to the Australian Outback, this is the vehicle of choice for people who need to get the job done. Drive one and you'll see why.

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Q - Do you have a single cab Toyota Hilux?
A - Hi Risto, Yes we can supply the Toyota Hilux in the single Cab 2.5 d-4D Active specification. The Hilux is available in many different variants, please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like more information on this model or any other vehicles.
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