PH-spec Toyota Hilux facelift: Variants & Pricing unofficially revealed

Updated Oct 14, 2020 | Same topic: Car Sneak Peeks, Teasers, & Rumors

Some variants will be discontinued and new variants will be offered.

It is as clear as daylight that Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is on a roll this year. This 2020, the Japanese marque has introduced the facelifted Wigo, facelifted Vios, and Corolla Cross in the local market. Now, TMP will be adding the refreshed Toyota Hilux in its lineup.

TMP will launch the facelifted Hilux next month as stated in a report by Autoindustriya.com. The facelifted Hilux will provide a more muscular and robust look. The top-spec Hilux Conquest will feature LED headlamps, LED taillights, 18-inch machine-finished wheels, and infotainment that supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

A Toyota Hilux off-roading

The facelifted Hilux sure looks like a promising vehicle

For this year, TMP is focusing most of the changes in the Toyota Hilux’s model range. The Hilux 4x4 G models will reportedly be discontinued according to Autoindustriya.com’s sources, as well as the Hilux 4x4 E 2.4L models.

TMP will reportedly add two new Hilux variants. The first one is a cargo version of the Hilux similar to the current Hilux FX while the other is a 2.4 4x4 J MT variant. Both of these new reported variants have no official specifications just yet.

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A Toyota Hilux off-roading on a mountain

Design-wise, can the new Hilux be the new favorite pickup truck?

TMP hasn’t confirmed any details of the upcoming facelifted Hilux. For the meantime, here are the unofficial variants and prices soon to be offered in the facelifted Toyota Hilux:

Toyota Hilux Variant
Price
Toyota Hilux 2.4 4x2 Cab & Chassis MT
Php 843,000
Toyota Hilux 2.4 4x2 Cargo MT
Php 936,000
Toyota Hilux 2.4 4x2 J MT
Php 952,000
Toyota Hilux 2.4 4x4 J MT
Php 1,148,000
Toyota Hilux 2.4 4x2 E MT
Php 1,113,000
Toyota Hilux 2.4 4x2 G MT
Php 1,220,000
Toyota Hilux 2.4 4x2 G AT
Php 1,295,000
Toyota Hilux Conquest 2.4 4x2 MT
Php 1,380,000
Toyota Hilux Conquest 2.4 4x2 AT
Php 1,455,000
Toyota Hilux Conquest 2.8 4x4 AT
Php 1,755,000
Toyota Hilux Conquest 2.8 4x4 MT
Php 1,830,000

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Toyota Hilux

<p>The Toyota Hilux is a pickup with a globally known nameplate for being one of the reliable workhorse vehicles. It was 1968 when Toyota&#39;s pickup truck started building a reputation for being rugged and dependable, and it continues until today with the facelifted model launched in 2020. This popular pickup continues to evolve and slowly move upmarket after gaining luxuries. The most significant revolutionary jump of the Hilux happened in 2004 when the seventh-generation of the model was introduced. It was the first 21st-century iteration of Toyota&#39;s pickup. It is also the first generation to ride on Toyota&rsquo;s new Innovative Multi-purpose Vehicle architecture. It provided improved safety, better ride comfort, modern D-4D diesel engines, more interior space, and a more modern aerodynamic body. The current 8th generation offers a more refined and stylish design than its predecessor, but the tradition of being a tough pickup continues. It gets a much-awaited refresh in 2020 inline. Aside from improved looks, the Philippine iteration also comes with more powerful engine options. The Toyota Hilux is available in 4x4 and 4x2 variants. In the Philippines, the pickup truck is offered with diesel engines. It is available with automatic or manual transmission depending on the variant.</p>

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Rex started off his career in the aviation industry before entering Philkotse as a staff writer. Two things excite him the most: first is staying up to speed with the latest news in the industry that uses engines as their heart and soul. The second is imparting them in a well-detailed manner. His passion for anything with wheels started when he was young – from Tamiyas to family-friendly sedans, and anything in between.

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