Update: Fresh 2023 Toyota Hilux Rogue photos
We’ve added some better off-roading photos of the new wide-flare HiLux Rogue to this story, so you can see what it looks like. Look for our review coming in early November.
Updated 2023 Toyota Hilux Rogue Priced again from $70,200 before on-road costs, there is no increase over the MY22 model.
While you’re here, make sure you check out our MY23 HiLux reviews at the links below, and our big 2022 Dual-Cab Ute Comparison: Daily Living Test.
Story Till: 2023 HiLux Prices Announced
- 2023 Toyota Hilux Rogue Gets Wider Body, No Price Change
- 360 degree camera, rear cross traffic and blind spot alert for SR5 Dual Cab
- Updated model coming in October; The flagship GR Sport is coming in H2 2023
September 6: Updated 2023 Toyota Hilux Rogue Arriving in local showrooms next month, pricing remains unchanged at $70,200 before on-road costs.
The full list of changes for the HiLux Rogue is available below, with highlights including; Front and rear track enhancements, rear disc brakes, updated suspension, a rear stabilizer bar, and larger 18-inch alloy wheels.
Toyota Australia has confirmed that buyers will be offered the choice of a six-speaker audio system for a $750 discount, marking the Rogue as a “temporary strategy to secure the continued supply of the HiLux Rogue to customers”. will be brought down below the $70,000 mark for a short period of time. ”
As standard, the HiLux Rogue has a nine-speaker JBL-branded system, with audio units one of the many components affected by the semiconductor shortage that continues to plague the entire automotive industry, resulting in Waiting times are extended.
But read our story below for the full rundown 2023 Toyota Hilux The range, including pricing for the mainstream variants, and the new flagship GR Sport model are set to join the lineup in the second half of next year.
August 24: HiLux GR Sport grade is added to the lineup.
Toyota Australia has confirmed a new hardcover halo variant for the 2023 Hilux range, with the all-new off-road-focused GR Sport set to be introduced in the second half of 2023.
Replacing the Rugged X as the flagship off-road vehicle of the HiLux range, Toyota says it will announce more details about the GR Sport closer to its local launch next year.
The GR Sport was revealed in Europe earlier this year, and is already available in Japan, South Africa and Thailand.
The most powerful version is the South African, boasting an output of 165kW/550Nm from its 2.8-litre four-cylinder diesel engine – up from the current 150kW/500Nm.
August 16: 2023 Toyota Hilux Prices Confirmed
Toyota has confirmed the updated pricing details. 2023 Toyota Hiluxwhich is ready for the start of the fourth quarter.
SR and SR5 Extra Cab and Dual Cab prices have increased by $1250, while Workmate and Single Cab SR variants remain unchanged.
Meanwhile, manual versions of the WorkMate and SR Hi-Rider 2.8TD 4×2 Double Cab have been dropped from the range for 2023.
Standard HiLux variants are on sale now, ahead of an October launch.
Our previous coverage, below, has been updated to reflect the latest information.
Toyota Australia has detailed updates on its best-selling HiLux ute for 2023, after the nameplate posted its highest ever monthly sales in June.
gave 2023 Toyota Hilux Launching in Australia in the fourth quarter (October to December inclusive), the range-topping Rogue will receive a wide body and a host of off-road enhancements.
A wider track and updated suspension package highlight the updated Rogue Dual Cab, with approximately 140mm of front and rear track and a 20mm increase in ride height.
Toyota claims that these enhancements will improve off-road capability and on-road performance.
To accommodate the increase in track, the Rogue’s suspension has been overhauled with front arm and front stabilizer bar length extensions.
Meanwhile, an adjustable shock absorber angle is said to improve performance.
The rear of the Rogue has also been modified, with the axle length extended, the dampers moved closer to the wheels, and a rear stabilizer bar installed to ‘enhance cornering stability and ride comfort’.
Additionally, suspension enhancements have increased roll stiffness by 20 percent for greater steering feel, especially when cornering or changing lanes.
In a Hi-Lux first, modern rear ventilated disc brakes will replace the drum brakes – in line with the latest Ford Ranger and the upcoming Volkswagen Amarok.
However, as with the Ranger, this change is limited to the top of the range, with the Workmate, SR and SR5 retaining the rear drum brakes, which date back to the early 20th century.
Other changes for the flagship Rogue include; 17-inch front disc brakes (one inch larger) and wider over-fenders, mudguards and front body extensions.
Toyota has recorded more than 17,000 sales of the locally produced HiLux Rugged X and Rogue since 2018, both vehicles designed to take on the Ford Ranger Raptor and Nissan Navara PRO-4X Warrior.
However, the Japanese marque has confirmed that the Rugged X will be discontinued for the 2023 model year, replaced by an as-yet-unknown ‘Apex’ off-road variant.
More details of the model, including launch timing, will be announced in the coming months.
The brand has also fitted a blind-spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert to the Rogue, joining the Isuzu D-Max and Mazda BT-50 – both of which include a radar sensor at the rear as standard across the range.
The change will extend to the SR5 dual-cab pickup variant, which gets a 360-degree camera and puddle lamps on the side mirrors, along with the deletion of the heating function.
An anti-theft immobilizer replaces the traditional steering column lock, the automatic is new for the SR5 and Rogue Dual Cab pickup grades.
Meanwhile, the mid-spec SR will get black 17-inch alloy wheels – replacing the steel ones – and body-coloured door handles, but only in Extra Cab or Dual Cab guises.
Prices have increased by $1250 for the updated SR and SR5 variants.
Single-cab versions – available in Workmate and SR – retain the HiLux’s pre-facelift styling, with 16-inch steel wheels and a plastic front bumper.
2023 Toyota Hilux Australian Price
Prices exclude on-road costs.
|Workmate 2.7P 4×2 Single Cab CC||manual||$24,225||–|
|Workmate 2.7P 4×2 Single Cab CC||automatic||$26,225||–|
|WorkMate Hi-Rider 2.4TD 4×2 Single Cab CC||manual||$29,465||–|
|SR Hi-Rider 2.8TD 4×2 Extra Cab PU||manual||$46,095||$1,250|
|Workmate 2.7P 4×2 Double Cab PU||manual||$33,705||–|
|Workmate 2.7P 4×2 Double Cab PU||automatic||$35,705||–|
|WorkMate Hi-Rider 2.4TD 4×2 Double Cab PU||automatic||$42,795||–|
|SR Hi-Rider 2.8TD 4×2 Double Cab PU||automatic||$47,115||$1,250|
|SR5 Hi-Rider 2.8TD 4×2 Double Cab PU||automatic||$55,700||$1,250|
|Workmate 2.7P 4×4 Single Cab CC||manual||$40,155||–|
|SR 2.8TD 4×4 Single Cab CC||manual||$43,225||–|
|SR 2.8 TD 4×4 Single Cab CC||automatic||$45,225||–|
|Workmate 2.4TD 4×4 Extra Cab CC||automatic||$45,855||–|
|SR 2.8TD 4×4 Extra Cab CC||manual||$48,135||$1,250|
|SR 2.8TD 4×4 Extra Cab CC||automatic||$50,135||$1,250|
|SR5 2.8TD 4×4 Extra Cab PU||automatic||$59,160||$1,250|
|Workmate 2.4TD 4×4 Dual Cab CC||manual||$47,925||–|
|SR 2.8TD 4×4 Dual Cab CC||manual||$50,395||$1,250|
|SR 2.8TD 4×4 Dual Cab CC||automatic||$52,545||$1,250|
|SR5 2.8TD 4×4 Dual Cab CC||automatic||$59,180||$1,250|
|SR5+ 2.8TD 4×4 Dual Cab CC||automatic||$61,680||$1,250|
|Workmate 2.4TD 4×4 Dual Cab PU||manual||$47,425||–|
|Workmate 2.4TD 4×4 Dual Cab PU||automatic||$49,425||–|
|SR 2.8TD 4×4 Dual Cab PU||manual||$51,895||$1,250|
|SR 2.8TD 4×4 Dual Cab PU||automatic||$54,045||$1,250|
|SR5 2.8TD 4×4 dual-cab PU||manual||$59,930||$1,250|
|SR5+ 2.8TD 4×4 Dual Cab PU||manual||$62,430||$1,250|
|SR5 2.8TD 4×4 dual-cab PU||automatic||$61,930||$1,250|
|SR5+ 2.8TD 4×4 Dual Cab PU||automatic||$64,430||$1,250|
|Rogue 2.8TD 4×4 dual-cab PU||automatic||$70,200||–|
When will the 2023 HiLux go on sale in Australia?
Updated 2023 Toyota Hilux The range will launch in Australia in October.
It’s shaping up to be the second half of the year for Toyota Australia, with updates to the Yaris, Yaris Cross, Corolla, C-HR, RAV4, Camry, GR Supra, HiAce and now the HiLux.
These updates will join the Corolla Cross small SUV, and autonomous emergency braking and an increased GVM for the LandCruiser 70 series.