Toyota Hilux

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The Toyota Hilux 2.8 GD-6 is a robust and versatile pickup truck known for its durability, off-road capability, and powerful engine. Here are some key points about what it can transport and the special advantages it offers: Transport Capabilities Cargo and Goods: Bulk Items: The spacious bed can accommodate large and bulky items such as furniture, appliances, and equipment. People: Seating Capacity: It can seat between 2 to 5 people. The double cab version is particularly suitable for carrying both passengers and cargo. Recreational Equipment: Outdoor Gear: Ideal for transporting camping equipment, bicycles, kayaks, and other recreational gear. Livestock and Agricultural Products: Farm Use: It can transport livestock feed, produce, and farm equipment, making it a favourite among farmers and agricultural workers. Special Advantages Off-Road Capability: Build Quality: Known for its rugged construction and ability to withstand tough conditions, the Hilux has a reputation for longevity and reliability. Engine Performance: The 2.8-liter turbo-diesel engine provides ample power and torque, essential for carrying heavy loads and towing. Comfort and Convenience: Modern Interiors: Despite its ruggedness, the Hilux offers a comfortable cabin with modern amenities such as air conditioning, and advanced safety features. Safety Features: Advanced Safety Systems: Equipped with features like stability control, multiple airbags, and advanced braking systems, ensuring safety for both passengers and cargo.

Shown below are the transport vehicle specifications of Toyota Hilux, which is a Bakkie with load capacity of 1 Ton. This vehicle is available for use in transporting loads since 2024-05-19.

The Bakkie is located in Kempton Park, Gauteng. To find out if the Toyota Hilux vehicle is still available to transport your load, contact Seshothela using the contact details below (click on the text below to reveal the details).


Vehicle Type: Bakkie

Location: Kempton Park, Gauteng

Load Capacity: 1 Ton

Contact Person: Seshothela

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