Toyota HiLux 1997 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Toyota HiLux 1997 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Toyota HiLux review: 1997-2005
The Toyota HiLux was well on its way to becoming an Aussie staple by the time the sixth-generation model was launched in 1997. And it's not hard to see why.Read More
Used Toyota HiLux review: 1988-1997
According to Toyota, the HiLux name is a combination of 'high’ and ‘luxury’ - although those signing up for the fifth-generation model in 1988 might have disagreed. ...Read More
Toyota HiLux 1997: Should a second hand vehicle come with a jack?
There is no legal requirement that a used car must have a jack, but reputable dealers usually make sure there is one before they sell it. I would take the car back and ask the dealer to supply you with one.
Mazda BT-50: Can I replace the tray with a 1997 HiLux tray?
There’s no reason why it couldn’t be fitted, measure the chassis widths first and then work out what you need to do to adapt the old tray to the new vehicle.