92 Toyota Hilux Surf SSR-X Turbo Diesel 4WD SUV Auto
Personally imported and driven here and in Japan, awesome truck to drive. Hard to keep in stock. JDM Fed Legal Right Hand Drive 1992 Toyota Hilux Surf SSR-X Limited 2.4L(2L-TE)) Turbo Diesel with just 121k miles. This is a Fully Loaded ready to go Hilux Surf SSR-X, 4x4 Automatic shifts great 4H/4L, , has adjustable suspension(Hard/Normal), adjustable drive mode(Power/Eco), 4x4 on the fly, High Idle switch for those cold mornings to help it warm up, 15x7 Rims, Great All Terain 265/70R15 Goodyear Wrangler IP/NTires. Black Exterior, Gray cloth interior. Interior is super clean, no stains or cigarette burns(small spot on dash). No Rust or Rot on Chassis (besides on the bumpers which is common) is clean truck, Paint is good minus some fade on roof. We have another 94 Hilux Surf Turbo Diesel Manual on our facebook page Import Auto Center or website: www.jdmimportautocenter.com We import JDM cars and have a yard in Japan, i personally travel to Japan and hand pick vehicles for importation. We cut out all the middle men and offer cheaper prices cause of this when dealing direct. Contact Rob 864-505-5621 for any questions. Have other random cars/trucks in Stock just check us out. Toyota issued a second generation of Hilux Surf and 4Runner in 1989 for the 1990 model year. Known as the N120/N130 series, these models continued their reliance on the Hilux pickup as a basis. It represented a fundamental departure from the first generation model. Instead of an enhanced pickup truck with fiberglass cap, the new 4Runners featured a freshly designed, full steel integrated body mounted on the existing frame. However, the 4Runner did remain virtually identical to the Hilux from the B-pillars forward. It also gained an all new coil spring rear suspension system, which unfortunately proved to be just as prone to sagging as the leaf springs on the rear of the previous models. Nearly all second generation 4Runners were four-door models; however, from launch in 1989 to May 1993, a two-door model was also produced. These models are similar to the four-door models of the time in that the bodies were formed as a single unit, instead of the fiberglass tops used in the first generation 4Runners. Two-door cars of the second generation are extremely rare. US sales ended in August 1992, but it continued to be available in the Canadian market through 1993, and Japan until May 1993. Because the drive train was still developed from the same source, the available engines were identical: The same 2.4 L four-cylinder (22R-E) and 3.0 L V6 (3VZ) engines were available in rear-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive layouts. The new 4Runner used the independent front suspension that had been developed on the previous generation. The older style gear driven transfer case was phased out on the V6 models and they now had a chain driven case. The older gear driven case was retained on the 4-cylinder models. The Hilux Surf version for the Japanese market was also available with a range of diesel engines, including a 2.4 L turbodiesel 2L-TE I4 up to 1993, followed by a 3.0 L turbodiesel 1KZ-TE I4. Small numbers were also made with a normally aspirated 2.8 L diesel 3L I4, a 2.0 L 3Y I4 naturally aspirated gasoline engine, and 2.4 L 22R-E I4 gasoline engine. The majority of petrol versions of the Hilux Surf received the 3.0 L V6. Various trim levels were offered in Japan ranging from the base model 'SSR' through 'SSR Ltd', 'SSR-V' 'SSR-X' and 'SSR-X Ltd' to the range topping 'SSR-G'. Japanese models are distinguished from the export specification 4Runner by having a side opening tailgate as opposed to the 4Runner's lift-up tailgate. Most other full-body SUVs produced at the time (e.g. Nissan Pathfinder, Ford Explorer) featured tailgates that opened upward with the glass closed. In contrast, the second generation 4Runner carried over the retractable-glass tailgate from the first generation. Opening these tailgates requires first retracting the rear window into the tailgate and then lowering the tailgate much like as on a pickup truck. In 1991 for the 1992 model year, the 4Runner received minor cosmetic updates, including one-piece front bumpers and modular headlamps instead of the increasingly outdated rectangular sealed beams. This facelift distanced the 4Runner somewhat from the Hilux pickups which did not receive the same cosmetic changes. At this time a wide-body version was introduced featuring extended wheel arch flares along with wider wheels and tires. Additional cosmetic changes occurred between 1993 and 1995, the last year of the second generation.