Toyota Hilux Vigo Petrol
Toyota Hilux Vigo Petrol
Toyota Hilux Vigo in diesel is our largest selling 4×4 pickup 9th year running. Its Petrol (gasoline) version took time gaining ground against the runaway success of its diesel cousin but thanks to its VVT-i pedigree it has gained ground steadily and is now an established player in the field. Petrol Gasoline Hilux Vigo was discontinued in 4×4 version but is now available only in 4×2. Here is Double Cab Toyota Hilux Vigo Champ lineup:
|Vigo Type||2012 Toyota Hilux Vigo Models|
|4×2 Double Cab Vigo||Vigo Double Cab 4×2 2.5J Manual MET with PS (KUN15R-PRMDYT/A5)|
|Vigo Double Cab 4×2 2.5E Manul MET with PS (KUN 15R-PRMSYT/A5)|
|Vigo Double Cab 4×2 2.5G Manual MET with PS (KUN15R-PRMSHT/B5)|
|Vigo Double Cab 4×2 3.0G Manual MET w PS (KUN16R-PRMSYT/A5)|
|Vigo Double Cab 4×2 2.7E Petrol Gasoline|
|Vigo Double Cab 4×2 3.0G Auto MET PS (KUN16R-PRPSYT/A5)|
|2×4 Double Cab Vigo||Vigo Double Cab 2X4 2.5E VNT MET with PS Pre-runner (KUN35R-PRMSHT/A5)|
|Vigo Double Cab 2X4 3.0G Pre-runner Man MET w PS (KUN36R-PRMSYT/B5)|
|Vigo Double Cab 2X4 3.0G Pre-runner Auto MET w PS|
|4×4 Double Cab Vigo||Toyota Hilux Vigo Double Cab 4×4 2.5E VN Turbo Manual Met PS (KUN25R-PRMSHT/A5)|
|2012 Toyota Hilux Vigo Double Cab 4×4 3.0G Manual MET PS (KUN26R-PRMSYT/B5)|
|2012 Toyota Hilux Vigo Double Cab 4×4 3.0G MET Auto PS (KUN26R-PRPSYT/A5)|
Here is some limited info. on 2008 2009 2010 Toyota Hilux Vigo minor change Gasoline Petrol 4×4 Toyota Hilux Vigo pickup truck.
|Model:||Toyota Hilux 2.7 VVT-i 4×4|
|Category:||4×4 Pickup trucks|
Vigo 2.7 G Gasoline is based on a VVT-i or Variable Valve Timing with intelligence engine. It is an automobile variable valve timing technology developed by Toyota, similar to the i-VTEC technology by Honda.
The Toyota VVT-i system replaced the Toyota VVT offered starting in 1991 on the 4A-GE 20-Valve engine. The VVT system is a 2-stage hydraulically controlled cam phasing system. VVT-i, introduced in 1996, varies the timing of the intake valves by adjusting the relationship between the camshaft drive (belt, scissor-gear or chain) and intake camshaft. Engine oil pressure is applied to an actuator to adjust the camshaft position. In 1998, “Dual” VVT-i (adjusts both intake and exhaust camshafts) was first introduced in the RS200 Altezza’s 3S-GE engine. Dual VVT-i is also found in Toyota’s new generation V6 engine, the 3.5L 2GR-FE V6. This engine can be found in the Avalon, RAV4, and Camry in the US, the Aurion in Australia, and various models in Japan, including the Estima. Dual VVT-i is also used in the Toyota Corola (1,6 dual VVT-i 124bhp). Other Dual VVT-i engines include the upcoming 1.8L 2ZR-FE I4, which will see implementation in Toyota’s next generation of compact vehicles. By adjusting the valve timing, engine start and stop occur virtually unnoticeable at minimum compression, and fast heating of the catalytic converter to its light-off temperature is possible, thereby reducing HC emissions considerably.