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Is toyota's vigo stalling in the driver's seat?

While it remains Thailand's best-selling pickup, complacency in upgrades means that it is not a class leader

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The best-selling vehicle badge in recent years isn't found on the back of a car but on a pickup truck. With sales exceeding 10,000 units practically every month, the Toyota Hilux Vigo is the four-wheeler of choice for Thais. 

That isn't surprising considering the many positive attributes the Vigo boasts over its rivals since it was launched in its current generation in 2004, aside from other crucial factors such as a solid resale value and widely available spare parts and authorised garages.

The best offering in the Vigo lineup is none other than the four-door double-cab which has set standards in packaging, smooth powertrain and car-like driving characteristics.

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