American motorist bought a compact pickup Toyota Hilux back in 1994. Originally, the car was intended to be resold in the United States. Yes, Yes, the instance of a pickup truck is a full-blooded Japanese.
But apparently selling something did not work and now it’s not a pickup but a car for camping.
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The car received a coat of satin black paint around the body that gives it a little apocalyptic. It is easy to imagine how this truck rolls through the sinister desert, leaving a cloud of dust. Increased ground clearance only increases this effect. In order to pickup it was in serious off-road adventures, it is equipped with dual rear axle air suspension. In the rear have leaf springs, causing this part of the car is raised slightly above the ground.
Enjoy the ride – at this Toyota Hilux “Camping Edition” you will hardly be able somewhere to move fast. Under the hood is a 2.8-liter diesel 4-cylinder engine capacity of 90 horsepower (“ceiling” equal to the torque 188 Nm). The engine is aggregated with 5-step “mechanics”, which is connected with the all-wheel drive system.
The interior of this camper deserves special attention. It has everything you need. Two beds one above the cab, and the other folds out from the sofa. Kitchenette, fridge, bathroom with shower. Lots of closets provides plenty of storage space.
Not so long ago our newspaper wrote about the Chinese Lifan sedan Murman, which is a good competitor to the Toyota Camry.