Toyota Hilux review
The Toyota Hilux, as we all know, is nigh-on indestructible. They've been blown up, dropped, drowned and squashed, but still they refuse to die. Since then,they've also been to the South Pole, Iceland's Eyjafallajökull volcano just before its eruption brought chaos to the skies of Europe, and conquered Antarctica with the aid of jet fuel. Indeed, the top-selling model in the UK line-up was named - the Invincible - in honour of its achievements. For 2012, the Toyota Hilux received a restyle to bring it into line with the rest of the Toyota range, as well as a few revisions to its engines, interior and trim levels. Externally, the 2012 model features a new bonnet, radiator grille, headlamps and bumper - essentially, everything forward of the A-pillar - together with door mirrors (now heated, finally!) with integrated indicators, new alloy wheel designs and new side bars for the top-of-the-range Invincible model.