Next-Generation 2025 Toyota Hilux Rumors
The next-gen Toyota HiLux will be based on a new platform
2025 Toyota Hilux Rumors – The Toyota Hilux is one of the most popular vehicles in Australia and has been the top-selling vehicle for the past seven years. According to confidential sources, it is due for a significant makeover in 2025. The current Toyota HiLux has come under pressure from a wave of overhauled competitors in recent years, such as the Isuzu D-Max, Mazda BT-50, GWM Ute, Ford Ranger, and Volkswagen Amarok.
The next-gen Toyota HiLux will be based on a new platform, shared with its US counterpart, the Toyota Tacoma, for the first time in two decades. It will have a diesel mild-hybrid powertrain. By the decade’s end, Toyota has already announced plans to introduce electrified power across nearly all models – including the HiLux.
The all-new Toyota HiLux is due about nine months after the next-generation Nissan Navara and LDV T60 (late 2024 or early 2025) and 18 months after the new Mitsubishi Triton (expected early 2024). Few technical details are known about the next Toyota HiLux, but it is expected to have the option of turbo-diesel V6 power.
The 2023 Toyota HiLux Rogue is priced from $70,200 before on-road costs, marking no increase over the MY22 model. The 2023 Toyota HiLux GR Sport also gains four-wheel-disc brakes and new lower control arms for the front suspension. The Toyota Hilux 2021 prices range from $25,995 for the basic trim level Ute HiLux Workmate to $87,970 for the top-of-the-range Ute HiLux Rugged X (4X4).
The 2022 Hilux Packs A New, Better Performing Diesel Engine with 204 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. The 2019 SR is good enough to get a strong 4/5 rating for the daily driver and the tradie, making it a great all-rounder. The recently-revamped Toyota HiLux Rogue and the arrival of the 2023 Toyota HiLux GR Sport are intended to keep the HiLux fresh against newer competition.
Unfortunately, the Toyota Hilux is unavailable in the United States due to the high retail price and taxes. Importing a Toyota Hilux to the states today is technically possible, but it comes at a high cost.