Toyota has made their Hilux, Fortuner and 86 models more enticing. Not that the trio needed to incentivise buyers in the first place. Everything keeps going right for the automaker and it looks set to stay that way, with products like the new Corolla on the way.
The Hilux and Fortuner both get a new, black-hued dashboard, as compared to the outgoing grey shade. New fabric has also been thrown into the mix. One gripe has always been an unintuitive colour screen interface, which Toyota hopes will be remedied with a new unit. The system now boasts video and DVD playback, in addition to Bluetooth and album art display.
Toyota also added more kit to their 86, which has done a stellar job of casting an exciting halo over the rest of the range. New features include a moulded boot mat, a new touch-screen interface, Bluetooth, daytime running lights and a standard rear spoiler. But the last two on that list are limited to the High grade models.