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Toyota Hilux doesn't do well in Moose test

By Faiming_low on 29 Oct 2016 in Safety, Videos

Attached Image Toyota's pick up truck, the Hilux has been under fire for not doing well in the Moose test. The test, which basically stimulates a sudden lane change, tests the vehicle's stability when presented with such sudden weight transfer. It also tests the vehicle's electronic stability control ability to keep the vehicle from losing control.

The test, carried out by Teknikens Värld’s, the Hilux threatened to flip as it goes through the test at 60km/h while its competitors went through the test at higher speeds without any problems.

Watch the video and see what the Swedish publication's test driver Ruben Börjesson has to say about their discovery.



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Written by Faiming_low
Since young, Fai Ming has always centered his life around cars. In fact his first word was 'car' and not 'mum' or 'dad'. Aren't kids cute?



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Ake109 Oct 31 2016 04:52 PM

Its a Hilux! You go straight for the moose!

Watwheels Oct 31 2016 08:36 PM

It's ok what. Topgear has proven it's indestructible.

Or they do it on purpose to throw off terrorists standing on the cargo bed.

Vinceng Oct 31 2016 10:36 PM
It's the driver, not the vehicle.
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