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Toyota Hilux interior makes the Canning Stock Route a breeze

By Toby Hagon, 22 Jul 2016 Road Tests

Who says you need to rough it when heading bush?

Toyota Hilux interior makes the Canning Stock Route a breeze

THE Hilux might be considered tough, but it’s passenger-car-plush on the inside, especially in this top-spec SR5.

Standard features include user-friendly touchscreen with sat-nav, cruise control, two 12-volt accessory sockets, a 220-volt connector, and power operation for the windows, mirrors and door locks.

The front seats offer greater comfort and support, while the thinner seat frames add 10mm of knee space for rear-seat double- and extra-cab occupants. These SR5 seats even have leather accents – luxury in a place like the Canning. Storage-wise there are more than a dozen different compartments to stow gear.

Toyota Hilux sat navThe SR5 also gets keyless smart entry and start, automatic air-conditioning, premium steering wheel and shift knob, upgraded instrument cluster with cool blue illumination, an alarm, automatic headlamp levelling and silver highlights throughout the interior.

Comprehensive safety features include seven airbags across the range.

Toyota Hilux frontTo accommodate families, all Hilux double-cabs feature a top-tether anchor and two ISOFIX child-restraint attachment points for the rear. Seatbelt reminders are now standard on front seats in all variants – and for rear seats on double-cabs.

Who says you need to rough it in the outback?