That does look ok. Hilux was my 2nd option and after watching two virtually stock ones at the pay and play site they are definitely the best off the shelf truck off road.The Toyota Hilux GR Sport II blends Dakar Rally inspiration with a refreshed design and some next-gen tech.professionalpickup.com
Looks loads better than the current GR, actually fit for purpose!!
just been watching it out-drag an F350 on a truck pull sled by over 50ft and wanted to keep going .... does weigh damned near 3.2t though ... gonna need a very small sarnie box and five folks under 60kgs to be of use in the UKNow then.. abit of a wildcard welfare unit
you'd struggle with a B ... with anything in it ... would need to be C1, C1E or full CEVery much doubt it will make it here...can't see how you could run unless as a 7.5t
you'd struggle with a B ... with anything in it ... would need to be C1, C1E or full CE
" Category B - if you passed your test before 1 January 1997You’re usually allowed to drive a vehicle and trailer combination up to 8,250kg maximum authorised mass (MAM).
Category B - if you passed your test on or after 1 January 1997You can drive vehicles up to 3,500kg maximum authorised mass (MAM) with up to 8 passenger seats.
You can tow a trailer that weighs up to 3,500kg MAM. " (newly revised cat.s)
" Category BE
You can drive a vehicle with a maximum authorised mass (MAM) of 3,500kg with a trailer.
The size of the trailer depends on the BE ‘valid from’ date shown on your licence. If the date is:
I see the magic 'pre 97' pass date has now disappeared from the category lists completely
- before 19 January 2013, you can tow any size trailer within the towing limits of the vehicle
- on or after 19 January 2013, you can tow a trailer with a MAM of up to 3,500kg within the towing limits of the vehicle
I'd say a bigger question is would you actually drive round in that thing