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September 13, 2023

Toyota Motor PH Revises 2024 Hilux Line-Up (w/ Specs)

Toyota Motor Philippines has bumped up the pricing of the Hilux range to coincide with the arrival of the Hilux GR Sport at authorized showrooms nationwide starting today.

With retail sales commencing at all authorized Toyota dealerships, the previously announced Hilux GR Sport now carries a price of P 2,166,000—a P 109,000 increase from the previous Hilux GR Sport. Thankfully, the price increase comes with a slew of mechanical changes headlined by a more powerful 2.8-liter 1GD engine. It also gets wider tracks and revised suspension, including rear disc brakes.

Below the Hilux GR Sport, however, there’s also some movement in the rest of the Hilux range. Prices are up across the board from the fleet-oriented variants all the way to the highest non-GR Sport trim, the Conquest.

On average, the Hilux sees a P 77,000 price increase for 2024, with the smallest jump seen in the fleet variants such as the Hilux Cab & Chassis and Hilux 2.4 J 4x2 (P 18,000). Meanwhile, the biggest increase is found on two variants—the 2.4 E 4x2 and the Conquest (both 4x2 and 4x4)—which sees their SRPs up by P 132,000 and P 135,000, respectively.

These variants are bound to get new features to go along with their higher prices. The Hilux 2.4 G variants, for example, will get the “Conquest” exterior styling package along with new alloy wheels. Inside, it gets an 8-inch display audio system, while moving up to the Conquest and GR Sport increases the screen size by an inch more.

Curiously, Toyota has opted to discontinue the Conquest 4x2 MT for 2024, leaving manual enthusiasts with only one option if they want a top-trim truck: the Conquest 4x4.

Check out the revised pricing of the new Hilux range here:
  • Hilux 2.4 Cab & Chassis MT – P 879,000
  • Hilux 2.4 Cargo MT – P 995,000
  • Hilux 2.4 FX w/ Rear AC MT – P 1,188,000
  • Hilux 2.4 J 4x2 MT – P 989,000
  • Hilux 2.4 J 4x4 MT – P 1,189,000
  • Hilux 2.4 E 4x2 MT – P 1,306,000
  • Hilux 2.E 4x2 AT – P 1,386,000
  • Hilux 2.4 G 4x2 MT – P 1,384,000
  • Hilux 2.4 G 4x2 AT – P 1,460,000
  • Hilux 2.4 Conquest 4x2 AT – P 1,669,000
  • Hilux 2.8 Conquest 4x4 MT – P 1,997,000
  • Hilux 2.8 Conquest 4x4 AT – P 2,072,000
2024 Toyota Hilux Specifications

2024 Toyota Hilux Dimensions & Weights
  • Overall Length: 5,200 mm (Cab & Chassis); 5,490 mm (Cargo, FX); 5,285 mm (J 4x2); 5,325 mm (E 4x2); 5,365 mm (G); 5,325 mm (Conquest); 5,320 mm (GR Sport)
  • Overall Width: 1,800 mm (Cab & Chassis, Cargo, FX, J); 1,855 mm (E 4x2); 1,900 mm (Conquest); 2,020 mm (GR Sport)
  • Overall Height: 1,690 mm (Cab & Chassis); 2,014 mm (Cargo, FX); 1,700 mm (J 4x2); 1,815 mm (J 4x4, E 4x2); 1,845 mm (Conquest); 1,880 mm (GR Sport)
  • Seating: 3 (Cab & Chassis, Cargo, FX); 5 (J, E, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
2024 Toyota Hilux Engine & Transmission
  • Engine: 2.4-liter Diesel 16V Variable Geometry Turbo (Cab & Chassis, Cargo, FX, J, E, G, Conquest 4x2); 2.8-liter Diesel 16V Variable Geometry Turbo (Conquest 4x4)
  • Maximum Output: 150 PS @ 3,400 rpm (Cab & Chassis; Cargo, FX, J, E, G, Conquest 4x2); 204 PS @ 3,000-4,000 rpm (Conquest 4x4); 224 PS @ 3,000 rpm (GR Sport)
  • Maximum Torque: 343 Nm @ 1,400-2,800 rpm; 400 Nm @ 1,600-2,000 rpm (J 4x4, E, G, Conquest 4x2); 420 Nm @ 1,400-3,400 rpm (Conquest 4x4 MT); 500 Nm @ 1,600-2,800 rpm (Conquest 4x4 AT); 550 Nm @ 1,600-2,800 rpm (GR Sport)
  • Transmission: 5-speed MT; 6-speed MT (J 4x4, E, G); 6-speed MT w/ iMT (Conquest 4x4 MT); 6-speed AT (E, G, Conquest, GR Sport) 
2024 Toyota Hilux Chassis & Brakes
  • Front Brakes: Ventilated Disc; Ventilated Disc w/ GR Brake Caliper (GR Sport)
  • Rear Brakes: Drum; Disc (GR Sport)
  • Tires: 205/70R15 (Cab & Chassis, Cargo, FX, J 4x2); 225/70R17 (J 4x4); 265/65R17 (E); 265/65R18 (G; Conquest); 265/65R17 (GR Sport)
  • Wheels: Steel (Cab & Chassis, Cargo, FX, J, E MT); Alloy (E AT, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Front Suspension: Independent Double Wishbone; w/ Monotube Shock Absorber (GR Sport)
  • Rear Suspension: Leaf Spring; w/ Monotube Shock Absorber (GR Sport)
2024 Toyota Hilux Key Features
  • Bi-Beam LED (Conquest 4x4, GR Sport)
  • LED Front Fog Lights (J 4x4, E, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Power Folding + Power Adjust Rear View Mirror (E, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Overfenders, Deck Lamp, Bedliner, Sports Bar, Tailgate Assist (Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Smart Keyless Entry (E AT, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Push Start System (G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Rotary Manual AC (Cab & Chassis, Cargo, FX, J 4x2, E MT); Climate Control (E AT, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Audio System: 2 DIN AM/FM/Bluetooth/USB/Aux (Cab & Chassis; Cargo, FX, J); 6.75-inch Display Audio w/ Apple CarPlay + Android Auto (E MT); 8-inch Display Audio w/ Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (E AT, G); 9-inch Display Audio w/ Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (Conquest, GR Sport)
2024 Toyota Hilux Safety Features
  • Airbags: 3 (Cab & Chassis, Cargo, FX, J, E, G); 7 (Conquest, GR Sport)
  • ABS with EBD (E AT, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Vehicle Stability Control (E AT, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Hill Start Assist  (E AT, G, Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Reverse Camera (E AT, G); 360-degree (Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Front & Rear Parking Sensors (Conquest 4x4; GR Sport)
  • Toyota Safety Sense w/ Pre-Collision System, Lane Departure Alert, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Blind Spot Monitoring w/ Rear Cross Traffic Alert (Conquest, GR Sport)
  • Auto Disconnect Differential, Differential Lock (4x4 models)


  1. GWM Cannon,Foton Thunder 2.0,non twin turbo Ford Ranger and Mazda BT-50 are better and cheaper alternatives

    1. Better? Or Butter? Sinabi mo lang lahat ng kalaban e but you don't actually know what made Hilux the worse. Ford Ranger pa siguro better

    2. With the upgrade, lalong Bitter na now kalaban hilux

  2. GWM cannon, foton thunder, bitter because of very very low sales

  3. Outdated with ride quality similar to a jeepney!
    Better buy a Mazda BT-50 and GWM Cannon
    Hilux failed the moose test!

  4. Any idea why they discontinued the Conquest 4x2 MT? Kasi if sales I see a lot of 4x2 MTs being released naman

    1. The main differentiator for MT buyers of the Conquest and G 4x2 manual trims was the looks. The manual crowd probably didn't care about the extra other features that the Conquest MT had over the G MT (I'm sure everybody's tito with a manual 4x2 Hilux would agree lol) but now that the G 4x2 MT looks like the Conquest, the main differentiator is now gone.

  5. I saw in the spec sheet that there is a new E variant with A/T, but no price is indicated. May we know the SRP of the E A/T variant?

  6. Sir Uly, there's still mention of the Conquest in the "Transmission" part of the spec sheet despite the 2.4 Conquest 4x2 M/T variant being discontinued. Hope that got corrected as well.

  7. Based on these specs written, I find the Hilux E and G overpriced (especially the E MT, steel wheels, no ABS EBD HSA VSC, no reverse camera @ P1.3M), all halogen headlamps only despite being priced on those amounts. Similar to the overpriced Fortuner G and V

    1. ridiculously priced... just do a comparison with its 4x2 competitors

    2. The specs aren't complete as of yet...but those are what we could get from Toyota's official website.

  8. Hilux E only got steel rims?No thanks
    Mazda BT-50 and GWM Cannon SLux are much better buys!

    1. AnonymousSeptember 16, 2023 at 2:37 AM - Not all people want any features and most prefer reliability despite the high price tag, that's how inflation happens.

    2. But there are still cars out there that are very reliable yet reasonably priced

  9. Typical unknowing Filipinos buy Toyota for the brand, regardless if the competitors are less expensive, has more features, and/or better build & drive quality. Until such citizens wake up, Toyota will just keep on shortchanging our auto industry.

  10. Airbags: 5 (Cab and Chassis, FX and Cargo); 7 (J, E, G, Conquest and GR Sport).

    ABS, EBD, Brake Assist, Vehicle Stability Control and Hill Start Assist Control: All Variants.


  11. Mazda BT-50 is currently the best pickup in its class

  12. Ganda color nung oxide broze, sayang sa conquest lang available, sana pati sa G variant din hehe

  13. Seen a 4x2 Conquest at the mall and was surprised it now comes with rear AC vents. Quite late but at least it’s there now.


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