Used Toyota Hilux Vans in Scotland

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We have 33 used Toyota Hilux vans for sale online, so check out the listings. View stock from 20 dealers. Find a second hand Toyota Hilux by searching today.
Toyota Hilux  2023, 4950 miles, £36450 +48
Toyota Hilux £36,450
Plus VAT

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 4,950

Diesel

Toyota Hilux  2021, 7000 miles, £26995 +6
Toyota Hilux £26,995
Plus VAT

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 7,000

Diesel

Toyota Hilux Invincible D-4D 4WD Pick Up +23
Toyota Hilux £34,995
37995

2022

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 16,500

Diesel

Toyota Hilux  2020, 17203 miles, £18609 +39
Toyota Hilux £18,609
Ex VAT

2020

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 17,203

Diesel

Toyota Hilux  2023, 19000 miles, £33990 +24
Toyota Hilux £33,990
Ex VAT

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 19,000

Diesel

Toyota Hilux  2019, 24000 miles, £16297 +32
Toyota Hilux £16,297
Ex VAT

2019

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 24,000

Diesel

Toyota Hilux  2019, 28000 miles, £18590 +7
Toyota Hilux £18,590
Ex VAT

2019

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 28,000

Diesel

Toyota Hilux  2018, 38000 miles, £23290 +41
Toyota Hilux £23,290
Ex VAT

2018

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 38,000

Diesel

Toyota Hilux  2020, 41867 miles, £25991 +21
Toyota Hilux £25,991

2020

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 41,867

Diesel

Toyota Hilux  2019, 45396 miles, £17500 +23
Toyota Hilux £17,500
Plus VAT

2019

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 45,396

Diesel

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Why buy a used Toyota Hilux with Exchange and Mart?

Think of a pick-up and it's quite likely that you'll be picturing a Toyota Hilux. This model has, after all, been a dominant presence in the global pick-up market for around half a century. Around 18 million examples of this truck have been produced in that time and most of them are still pounding the roads and unmade tracks of the 172 countries across the world where this model is sold. This eighth generation 'AN 120'/'AN130' version was first launched in 2016, but was substantially upgraded four years later to create the model we're going to look at here. In its lifetime, this model line has faced and overcome many significant challenges. This is, after all, the vehicle Jeremy Clarkson and Top Gear drowned, threw from the top of a tower block and still drove home. It was the first vehicle to be driven to both North and South Poles. It's conquered the Antarctic, the slopes of live volcanoes and the gruelling Paris-Dakar rally. It is, in short, for everyone from suburban builders to Libyan freedom fighters, a pick-up trusted the world over to get the job done, which is why it's still Europe's best selling model in this segment. Now though, it's a good deal smarter, though Toyota insists that none of the Hilux's essential toughness has been compromised. Still, you might now value this pick-up too much to subject it to the worst excesses.

About the Toyota Hilux

The Toyota Hilux has always scored well with those who need a tough pick-up that drives better than the class norm. Rival manufacturers though, have copied this formula and added a more refined feel to their wares and as a result, the Hilux felt as if it was falling off the pace a little. So the continual evolutions made to this eighth generation version are welcome, giving this pick-up a very current feel. Our only real issue here is that the frugality of this model's volume 2.4-litre diesel engine is rather masked by this Hilux's prodigious weight. Ultimately though, this remains one of our preferred options in the pick-up segment - and we're not alone. From Alaska to the Sahara to the Australian Outback, this is the vehicle of choice for people who need to get the job done. Drive one and you'll see why.