The 2019 Daka Hilux is the second vehicle in this series to use the brand's new D-series architecture and is based upon the Dacia Sandero. It is designed to offer a high level of utility as well as luxury at the same time and also to make use of the wide range of options that are available from the brand.
With its five-door body, the new Daka Hilux is built on the chassis of the sander. This makes for a very easy transfer of power to the driver and also an easy transfer of cargo from one car to another. The overall design of this new four letter is one that combines traditional Jeep looks with the latest in luxury design to create a vehicle that will appeal to everyone who sees it.
In terms of the engine, the new Daka Hilux has two engines available. The first is a petrol engine that will give you a good power boost over the competition, whilst the second is a diesel engine that gives you more power but also a far greater carbon footprint. The diesel powered Hilux is set to be the most popular and is set to sell very well as there are many people who would rather drive a diesel than petrol or hybrid. As a result, diesel is set to be the future in this segment.
The braking system on the new Daka Hilux is also a lot better than that of the previous models. The system has been completely redesigned in order to allow the wheels to be controlled via the remote control as well as giving better performance in terms of stopping power. Also, the system is said to work much better in terms of power and torque during hard corners.
The new Daka Hilux also has a new double disc brake kit. This makes use of two discs to provide a better braking system which is set to improve braking performance by reducing the effect of brake fade and also reduces the noise and vibrations created by the braking system.
The steering system on the new Daka Hilux is also very impressive. It is set to be one of the best on the market as it is designed to offer a complete control of the wheel alignment. This means that the drivers can easily use their foot to steer the wheels and use all the inputs they need.