The Toyota Hilux Double Cab 2007 has a luxurious design that is designed to add even more details beneath a mesmerizing black tone. The front console was outfitted with a large audio system that can be very enjoyable to listen to while driving. The Toyota Hilux Double Cab 2007 goes above and beyond with a L4,75 KW @ 3600 RPM 102 HP @ 3600 RPM 101 BHP @ 3600 RPM Diesel engine that produces 122 horsepower. It is a small engine that focuses on the enjoyment of driving in such a way that you will be amazed.
Such an important model deserved special attention from the manufacturer. When the seventh generation was introduced in 2007, it attempted to make the car more family-friendly, particularly in the four-door version known as Double-Cab. Toyota accomplished this while maintaining its legendary off-road capabilities and dependability.
Toyota increased the pickup size again with this new generation, and the Extra Cab was 105 mm (4.1″) longer than its predecessor and featured a 1,520 mm (5.9 ft) long bed, 165 mm (6.5″) longer than the sixth Hilux generation. It had angular headlights with rounded lower and upper sides, which ended in corner-mounted turn signals.
Because the dashboard was made of hard plastic, the pickup couldn’t hide its utilitarian destination on the inside. Nonetheless, the carmaker attempted to make it appear more civilized by adding silver trim to the center stack. The instrument cluster had a three-dial design, with a speedometer in the center and an LCD odometer at the bottom. Toyota built the Double-Cab version as a family vehicle as well, so a bench for three was installed in the back.
The 2007 Hilux Double Cabin, like all of its predecessors, was built on a ladder chassis, but it featured double-wishbone front suspension. It has a rack and pinion steering system for more comfortable rides. Toyota installed only one engine option under the hood, and for some models, a 2.5-liter turbo-diesel with 102 horsepower and a five-speed manual transmission. The LHD vehicles, unusually, had a standard limited-slip differential. For specific markets, the Hiluxs Double-Cab was available in 4×2 configurations, while the 4×4 version was standard in most countries.
Innovative suspension design
The Toyota Hilux 2007 model suspension wasdesigned to provide excellent handling performance both on and off the road, while also providing a comfortable ride and excellent straight line stability. The Hilux’s independent front suspension with coil springs and double wishbones provides excellent bump absorption while maintaining good steering feel and ride comfort. The suspension is equipped with a low-mount upper arm on 4×4 models and a high-mount upper arm on 4×4 models.
With increased caster angle and a smaller kingpin offset for good braking stability, the front suspension geometry is optimized for straight line stability. To withstand bending moments, suspension bushes are stiff. The shock absorber damping has been increased to improve roll feeling and reduce body roll angles, and the anti-roll bar is connected to the upper suspension arm using ball joints for greater rigidity. To reduce unsprung weight, coil springs are made of stiffer, high tensile steel.
Excellent traction control
The Toyota Hilux Double Cab 2007 employs tried-and-true technologies to provide superior control in extreme off-road and on-road conditions. These technologies are more effective and practical than other, often electronic, devices for controlling and extracting vehicles from difficult terrain.
The Hilux 4×4 system allows the driver to shift out of four wheel drive (from H4 to H) at any speed and back into four wheel drive (from H to H4) at up to 80km/h. The synchronized shift mechanism allows you to shift from H4 to L4 (or vice versa) without stopping the vehicle at speeds of up to eight kilometers per hour.
The Toyota Hilux Double Cab 2007 is equipped with a Limited Slip Differential (LSD) at the rear axle, which is designed to provide traction off-road and even reduce wheel spin when driving on the road. In some markets, the LSD is standard equipment in the rear axle to transfer torque away from a slipping rear wheel and provide the best possible traction.
The LSD automatically distributes torque between the left and right rear wheels and gives torque to the wheel with the most traction. This allows the Hilux to drive more smoothly and steadily during cornering and over extremely rough terrain, even in the wettest conditions.
Off-road performance that is legendary
The 2007 Toyota Hilux excels in terms of performance. With a wide range of applications ranging from family leisure vehicle to tough, off-road workhorse, the Hilux must meet a wide range of customer demands.
However, beneath that contemporary concept, the Hilux 2007 double cabin retains the rugged quality features that have made it a legendary success all over the world, including truly exceptional off-road performance. The Hilux is built on a traditional ladder frame chassis that is 45% stiffer than the model from the previous generation. The specially designed TOP platform (Toyota Top Performance) features strengthened cross-member joints for increased frame rigidity, adding to the Hilux’s all-around robustness.
This not only allows the vehicle to achieve genuine off-road capability and durability in some of the world’s harshest environments, but it also provides improved noise and vibration insulation between the passenger compartment and the chassis, reducing NVH and improving ride comfort.
The chassis side rail section stiffness has been increased by 75% with an additional 20 mm of height and 30 mm of width.
You need to catch up with your businesses upcountry in a luxurious manner, or you need to attend a meeting. You should consider the Toyota Hilux Double Cab 2007. You can also use it for safaris, primarily to the forested parks of Bwindi Forest, Mgahinga, and Kibale Forest. If your vehicle has recently broken down or if you need extra wheels to meet delivery demands, please consider this great Toyota option in Uganda.
When compared to other models such as Toyota Land cruisers or the popular Robust Toyota Rav4’s, which can be a bit bumpy and noisy when driving at high speeds, they have a very high ground clearance, air conditioning, and big wheels for extra comfort for the passengers while driving on asphalt Ugandan roads.
According to those who have tested them, our Toyota Hilux fleet has a high level of durability and reliability even under sustained heavy use. If you want extra comfort on your Uganda road trip, the Hilux is the vehicle to rent.
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