One of the best selling trucks in the world, sold in 180 countries (the world only has 193-196), the Toyota Hilux has been a winner for the Japanese automaker since the nameplate started in 1968. With over 16 million Hiluxes (Hiluxi?) sold worldwide, the newest update just dropped. This is it.
Looks like somebody found a next-generation (2016?) Toyota Hilux hiding under a tarp and was kind enough to beam their pictures to the internet. Looks a bit less aggressive than our 2016 Toyota Tacoma, but it's unmistakably truck. What do you think?
Toyota GB has donated a new Hilux to help the Tiggywinkles wildlife hospital in its work rescuing and caring for sick, injured and orphaned animals. The gift of the Double Cab Invincible pickup is a replacement for the 4Runner model Toyota provided 20 years ago, a vehicle which has done stalwart service across the…
If it's your second day of off road driving, it's probably not wise to take a massive jump in your old Toyota truck. Luckily for our amusement, Australian hoons are not wise.
Judging from his garage, Duane Schaffer likes his vintage vehicles from The Land of the Rising Sun a certain way—slightly odd and extremely low.
Thanks to a perception of versatility, reliability and affordability, the Toyota Hilux is the pickup truck of choice for terrorists and mercenaries all over the world. Now, a Florida car dealer is paying $7.5 million for making that association at the expense of a rival Iranian-born car dealer.
How is it possible that an advertisement from Toyota manages to capture the spirit of man-car love? Simple, it's from Toyota Australia. There's nothing wrong with a Tacoma or a Tundra, but there's just so much right with a HiLux.
The backbone of any modern rebel army remains the bullet-, crash-, flood-, and demolition-proof Toyota Hilux. Barely days after the Libyan civil war broke out, the fearless Hungarian traveler Dániel Belényi made his way to the rebel capital of Benghazi to hang out with Libya’s Toyota-equipped rebels. These are his…
A team of researchers made the 3,000-mile round trip journey from Novo Air Base to the South Pole in a team of four jet-fueled Toyota Hiluxes outfitted by Arctic Trucks to stand up to the Antarctic cold.
Think that's snow falling on that awesome double cab Toyota truck? Nope. It's actually ash from Klyuchevskaya Sopka, Russia's most active volcano. The 15,584 ft. tall volcano erupted last week, blanketing the town of Ust-Kamchatsk in ash.
William Gibson's "Zero History" is a bridge between gearheads and sci-fi fans, offering both a glimpse into the other's world. From Ekranpolans to Hiluxes, here's a guide for both fans to the amazing vehicles in the final Bigend trilogy novel.
Remember a year ago when we investigated why the Taliban seem to be turning away from Toyota trucks? Newsweek's so one year ago. [Newsweek]
Society is crumbling and most of us live in cities, which means we're going to be fighting in urban jungles for scarce resources. With the help of our readers we've identified these ten best vehicles for urban warfare.
Just as we make jokes about unreliable cars, we make jokes about the Toyota pickup's reliability. My brother-in-law's '88 has close to a quarter-million miles and it has yet to suffer any significant mechanical problem.
It appears that Toyota of Malaysia doesn't understand the Internet, as they've gone ahead and posted an image and specs of the new face-lift of the 2009 Toyota Hilux ahead of the official unveiling. It would also appear that unlike the United States, Malaysia is a viable market for simple, lightweight, utilitarian…