Watch: Toyota Hilux Pickup Tows 8-Ton Truck On Icy Slope In Viral Video

The now-viral video shared on Instagram showing a Toyota Hilux Pickup Truck pulling a tanker on an icy slope in the Shinku La pass in Himachal Pradesh has gone viral with over 3.7 million views and continues to get more, along with thousands of likes and comments. Read on for more details.
Toyota Hilux Viral

Toyota Hilux comes at a starting price of Rs 30.40 lakh (ex-showroom)

Toyota is known for selling some of the most reliable vehicles throughout the world. Some of these vehicles last for lakhs of kilometers before being immobile. Such models of the brand in India include the Toyota Innova and the Hilux. Apart from reliability, the Hilux moniker is also associated with off-roading capabilities and the capacity to pull heavy loads as a pickup truck. Presenting one such example of its strength, a video is shared on social media showing a Toyota Hilux pickup pulling a loaded tanker on an icy slope.
The video shared by hg_auto_talks1 on Instagram presents a fine example of the Toyota Hilux's capabilities. The video shows a tanker stuck in an icy slope, which receives the help of a Toyota Hilux owner to get out of the situation. The Hilux is tied to the truck with a rope and pulls it forward with full strength. Because of the ice-covered road, the Toyota vehicle struggles to gain traction and the wheels can be seen spinning for a while.
After a while, the Toyota Hilux overcomes the problem of less traction and starts pulling the truck ahead. Though, the weight of the tanker seemed to be a problem in the initial stage but Toyota efficiently managed to overcome it. At the end of the video, the tanker's driver thanks the Hilux owner for his help.
The video showing the Toyota Hilux's capabilities has gone viral on Instagram with over 3.7 million views and continues to get more. At the same time, the video has over 227 thousand likes, along with a bunch of reactions from social media users.
'The Toyota Hilux sold in India comes with a starting price of Rs 30.40 lakh and goes up to Rs 37.40 lakh (all prices ex-showroom). Under the hood, it has a 2.7-liter diesel which produces 201 horsepower and 420 Nm of torque. Either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox is available for the car. It also comes with standard 4-wheel drive, and there is no petrol engine option.
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