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2020 (20) Toyota Hi-Lux
Hilux Invincible D-4D 4Wd
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Hilux Invincible D-4D 4Wd FE20MTO
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Fuel Type
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Size
Engine Size
2.4L
ULEZ
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Compliant
Transmission
Transmission
Automatic
Mileage
Mileage
40,126 miles
Doors
Doors
5
BHP
BHP
147
Location
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Features
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Specification
Cruise Control
Cruise Control
Climate Control
Climate Control
Lumbar Support
Lumbar Support
Multi Function Steering Wheel
Multi Function Steering Wheel
Front fog lights
Front fog lights
Central Locking
Central Locking
Rear Wiper
Rear Wiper
Split Rear Seats
Split Rear Seats
Driver Convenience
Cruise controlExterior temperature gaugeIntelligent driver information system (IDIS)PASView moreService interval indicator
Engine/Drivetrain/Suspension
Comfort chassisRally bar (front strut stiffener)
Entertainment
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
Exterior Features
Auto opening/closing windowsBody colour lower mouldingsBody colour side mouldingsBody coloured bumpersView moreDay time running lightElectric front+rear windowsElectrically adjustable and heated door mirrorsFront fog lightsHeadlamp levellingHome safe and approach lightingMatt Silver grilleR Design body kitRear wiperSide marker illuminationSilver door mirrorsSpeed dependent interval wiper functionTinted windows
Interior Features
12V socket in rear of vehicle60/40 asymmetric split folding rear seatAluminium sports pedalsDriver's lumbar supportView moreECC electronic climate control with AQSFront centre armrestFront storage box with removable cupholdersFront/rear reading lightsGrocery bag holderHead restraints for all seatsHeight adjustable foldable passenger seat with lumbar supportHeight/reach adjustable steering columnIlluminated driver/passenger vanity mirrorsIsofix attachments on rear seatsLeather handbrake leverLeather sports steering wheel and gear knob with aluminium insertsLoad cover and protection netPollen filterRear centre armrest with 2 cupholders + storage
Passive Safety
5 x 3 point seatbeltsABS + EBD + EBADSTC-Dynamic Stability and Traction ControlDual stage driver/passenger airbagsView moreFront and rear outer seat belt pre-tensionersInflatable curtainSIPS airbagsWHIPS whiplash protection system - front
Security
Anti theft alarmDeadlocking systemImmobiliserInclination sensorView moreKey integrated remote control central lockingLocking wheel nutsRemote locking fuel filler flap
Trim
Blue instrument dialsDeco aluminium trim
Specification
Performance
Acceleration (0-62MPH)BHPMaximum speed
11 secs147 bhp106 mph
Fuel Consumption
MPGMPG (Extra Urban)MPG (Urban Cold)
395028
Emissions
Co2Standard Euro EmissionsValves per cylinder
177 g/kmEURO 64
Weight / KW
Gross weightKerb weightSeatsKW
3,210 kg2,155 kg5110 KW
Dimensions
HeightLengthWidth
1,815 mm5,345 mm1855 mm
Engine & Drivetrain
CylindersEngine CapacityGearsEngine
42,393 cc62GD STOP/START
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Toyota Hi-Lux
Introduction
Compact estate cars sound like a bad idea right from the outset.

If you're going to buy a load lugger, why buy one that can't lug much of a load? Logic issues notwithstanding, Volvo managed to turn the genre on its head with the V50, a car that made you want to make multiple trips to IKEA just because of its neat good looks, smart detailing and reassuringly 'on message' image.

With a range of decent engines, a great chassis and competitive pricing, the V50 - along with its S40 saloon sibling - made small Volvos attractive once more.

A used example is well worth tracking down.
Models
Models Covered: (5dr estate, 1.8, 2.0, 2.4, 2.5 turbo petrol, 1.6, 2.0, 2.4 diesel [ S, ES, Sport, R-Design, SE, SE Sport, SE Lux])
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History
How you perceive Volvo's V50 very much depends on your initial standpoint.

Come at the car with the perspective that this is a condensed version of the Volvo V70 and you'll love it.

Hardened cynics will see it as just an expensive rehash on a Ford Focus chassis and will consider the V50 overpriced.

I'd have to say the cynics would be wrong as the Focus chassis is one of the best in the business and beyond the basic nuts and bolts, there's not a lot of common ground between, say, a Focus Estate and a Volvo V50.

The range was introduced here in Spring 2004 and was quickly fleshed out with larger capacity and diesel powerplants.

Above the entry-level petrol 1.8, these included the 2.4i and the 2.5 T5 for petrol buyers, plus a 136bhp 2.0-litre diesel.

A 180bhp 2.4-litre D5 diesel wasn't to follow until early 2006 followed by a 145bhp 2.0-litre petrol unit.

Unlike the saloon S40 model, no 1.6-litre petrol or diesel engine option was offered until 2007.

However, the V50 was first to get the more powerful D5 diesel unit and you can get the performance T5 version with all-wheel drive.

A range reshuffle at the start of 2007 saw prices cut across the V50 line-up.

Trim levels were also tweaked with the SE gaining a powered driver's seat and an upgraded stereo.

A little later that same year, a wide-reaching facelift was carried out with a reprofiled grille featuring a larger Volvo badge and tweaks to the interior.

Flexifuel models were also introduced, capable of running on normal unleaded or renewable E85 Bioethanol. The R-Design Sport and R-Design SE Sport models were introduced towards the end of 2007 with more extrovert body-styling kits and sporty interior trim upgrades.

They gave the S40 a useful dose of extra attitude. For the 2011 model year, Volvo introduced its 2.0-litre five-cylinder diesel engine to the V50 and rebadged all the diesel options D2, D3 and D4 according to their power outputs.

The trim levels were also changed with ES taking over at the entry-level model.
What You Get
The V50 rides on the same basic chassis set up as the Ford Focus C-MAX, the Mazda3 and the Volvo XC50 compact 4x4, as well as Land Rover's latest sub-Freelander baby.

That's not to say the V50 is simply a rebodied Focus.

Although the underbody, subframes and suspension layouts are the same on all these models, there's vast scope for tuning of individual aspects, so all will drive differently. Volvo haven't skimped when it comes to safety, and they claim that the V50 is as good to crash in as the flagship S80 saloon.

Making a small car as safe as a big 'un takes some doing and it's only when you look at some of the finer points of how Volvo have achieved this that you realise quite what this commitment means.

It involves casting the turbo housing as one with the exhaust manifold so that the engine is more compact when mounted transversely, giving more space for crush zones.

It means developing the Intelligent Driver Information System which monitors how hard you're using the throttle, brakes and steering and will hold incoming telephone calls or satellite navigation instructions until things have calmed down so as not to distract you in the middle of a manoeuvre.

It means using four different grades of high tensile steel for crash protection.

Would the V50 look a little sexier with BMW-style flame-surfaced concave flanks? Probably.

But side impact protection involves having as much deformation space as possible which is why it's slab-sided to keep its occupants looking good. All too often, we hear about innovations in car design and what we really get is moderately incremental changes.

In contrast, the V50, like the S40 model that spawned it, featured a number of styling touches which we'd genuinely never seen before.

The exterior won't get too many pulses racing, effectively resembling a shrunken version of the larger S60 saloon, but the cabin is a delight.

Volvo interiors are traditionally odd things.

Although they work supremely well, they are often clunkily designed with scant regard for the sort of slickness that separates them from rivals.

Little of the design flair we usually associate with the Scandinavians has traditionally seemed to translate into their cars.

Here, it's different. The 'spaceball' gear selector in the S60 showed that Volvo could come up with some neat ideas and the V50 takes the spaceball and runs with it.

The key design feature is a centre console that's a softly contoured moulding featuring supremely easy to use controls and fresh air behind it.

Original buyers could specify wood, aluminium, plastic or semi-transparent plastic finishes and everybody who gets in will notice the resulting choice.

Overall, the V50's cabin still kind of feels like it's just rolled off a motor show stand.

Not what you'd expect from a Volvo estate.
What You Pay
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What to Look For
The V50 is impeccably built and owners report few significant problems.

Even in the hands of motoring journalists - traditionally some of the most neglectful drivers around - the V50 has proven a doughty counterpart.

Look for worn tyres and brakes on the T5 model as these may have been driven hard.

If you wear jewellery, it's worth bearing in mind that some of the interior plastics scratch fairly easily.
Replacement Parts
(approx based on a 2004 T5) A clutch assembly is around £175, whilst an exhaust system is in the region of £350.

Front brake pads will require the thick end of £55, whilst rears are £45 a pair.

A new alternator will be £165, but a new starter motor is a fairly reasonable £110.
On the Road
The undemanding lower powered models are the ones to go for.

If you must have something like a T5, then don't expect a BMW 3 Series driving experience.

This variant feels recognisably Volvo at the wheel with a strong, characterful engine and handling that's safe rather than spine-tingling.

The turbocharger runs at a modest level of compression, which means that torque is spread widely across the rev band.

Drop the throttle at 1,500rpm in almost any gear and you'll get clean acceleration without bogging, hiccupping or any unseemly lunging.

The only clue that it is a turbocharged engine comes in the form of a mild underbonnet whistle in the midrange and a slight mushiness to the accelerator pedal when you blip the throttle.

The T5 will notch off the sprint to 60mph in just 6.5 seconds and run on to 150mph.

This would seem to promise great things if Volvo ever created a V50R, although recent experience with the underwhelming S60R tempers the enthusiasm a little.

Fast Volvos rarely hit the mark and after sampling the 170bhp 2.4-litre model, there's little to modify that opinion.

This engine will still get to 60mph in 7.9 seconds but needs a bit more work to do so.

Despite this, with taller tyres and less torque steer to contend with, the 170bhp car feels a good deal more composed and unruffled than its slingshot sibling.
Overall
Although a small Volvo estate doesn't sound instantly appetising, the V50 is a very enjoyable package, offering a little more utility than its S40 saloon sibling without becoming stodgy.

A lively chassis, reliable engines and a surprising dose of design flair makes it a very attractive buy.

Residual values are still holding up very well, so don't waste too much time looking for that screaming deal.
Performance
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Handling
70%
Comfort
70%
Space
60%
Styling
70%
Build
80%
Value
60%
Equipment
70%
Economy
80%
Depreciation
70%
Insurance
70%
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Enfield
Big Motoring World
Great Eastern Road
Waltham Cross
Hertfordshire
EN8 8DY
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