UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd (UMWT) has introduced of the Toyota Hilux 2.4G (AT) Limited Edition which is open for booking with a price of RM126,000. Alongside, Toyota has also announced the introduction of the 2017 Hilux 2.4G STD, in manual and automatic variants, with a price starting from RM108,500.
The Hilux 2.4G (AT) Limited Edition, which was recently uncovered, adds on a number of Toyota Genuine Accessories to underline a premium outlook for Toyota’s perennial pickup truck.
At the front, the Hilux’s fascia receives a new headlamp and fog lamp cover and front bumper underguard. The front grille now receives a matt-grey finish versus the chrome items on other models.
Down the flanks, the limited edition model is fitted with dark-grey alloy rims and overfender trim pieces for a more aggressive look. The pickup also gets racy front hood stripes and a roof sticker, which extends from the A-pillar onto the roof section gives the body a two-tone look. A roof ornament is also added.
Round the back, the tail lamps are decked out with grey covers, and a ‘Limited G’ emblem on the tailgate further demarcates this model from the rest of the range. The Hilux 2.4G Limited Edition will roll into showrooms starting 17th February, the RM126k booking price, carries an RM4100 premium over the 2.4G (AT) model (RM121,900) on which it’s based.
As for the 2.4G STD manual and automatic variants, Toyota initially introduced six variants (inclusive the single-cab 2.4 (MT) during the launch in May of 2016 – the addition of the two new variants, now takes the total tally to eight variants, priced as below:
- Hilux Single-Cab 2.4 (MT) 4x4: RM89,900
- Hilux 2.4 (MT) 4x2: RM91,900
- Hilux 2.4 STD (MT) 4X4: RM99,900
- Hilux 2.4G STD (MT) 4X4: RM108,500
- Hilux 2.4G (MT) 4X4: RM109,900
- Hilux 2.4G STD (AT) 4X4: RM118,300
- Hilux 2.4G (AT) 4X4: RM121,900
- Hilux 2.8G (AT) 4X4: RM133,900
With regard to the Hilux 2.4 G STD (MT) variant, it does without a reverse camera option, included in the Hilux 2.4G (MT) variant, equating to an RM1400 overall price reduction.
Whereas, the 2.4 G STD (AT) variant does without the digital video recorder, reverse camera and solar and security window film, equating to an RM3600 price reduction when compared to the Hilux 2.4G (AT) at RM121,900.
It’s also worthy to note that stepping up to the AT variants adds on Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Traction Control – highlighted by a substantial increment in the price tag between the 2.4G manual and automatic variants.
Since its launch in May 2016, the Toyota Hilux has sold around 18,000 units nationwide. The Hilux model has maintained its popularity with over 200,000 units of the outgoing generation sold throughout Malaysia since first launched in 2005. It is one of the best-selling models for UMW Toyota Motor over the past 10 years.