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Brazil Continent: Americas Brazil Region: South America Brazil RHD/LHD: Brazil is a Left Hand Drive Country.
Brazil Currency: Brazilian real Brazil Currency Code: BRL Brazil GDP Per Capita PPP: $15,600.00
Brazil Country Abbreviation: BR Brazil Dialing Code: +55 Brazil UTC Time Offset: −05:00 to -02:00
Major Cities in Brazil Brasília São Paulo Rio de Janeiro Salvador
Major Ports in Brazil Belem Fortaleza Imbituba Manaus
Google Map Brazil

Brazil top Toyota Hilux Importer Exporter from Thailand, Australia, UK and DubaiToyota Hilux Toyota Pickup is the best selling pickup car in Brasília, Brazil and all across Americas. Toyota Hilux is world’s most popular pickup truck because of its indestructibility, great looks and luxury feel. The same reasons make Hilux especially Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand and Toyota Hilux Vigo Thailand popular in Brazil. Hilux popularity is not limited to Brasília but it is also popular in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Salvador. Jim is not just Thailand top car exporter to Brazil but also Australia car exporter to Brazil, United Kingdom car exporter to Brazil and Dubai UAE car exporter to not just Brazil but South America and Americas as well. Jim is Brazil Car Import and Export expert from Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe.

Information about Brazil in Wikipedia has the following to say about Brazil:

Brazil Brazil (Portuguese: Rep£blica Federativa do Brasil, About this sound listen (helpúinfo)), is the largest country in both South America and Latin America. At 8.5 million square kilometers (3.2 million square miles) and with over 208 million people, Brazil is the world’s fifth-largest country by area and the sixth most populous. The capital is Bras¡lia, and the most populated city is S?o Paulo. The federation is composed of the union of the Federal District, the 26 states, and the 5,570 municipalities. It is the largest country to have Portuguese as an official language and the only one in the Americas, besides being one of the most multicultural and ethnically diverse nations, due to the strong immigration from various places in the world.

Bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Brazil has a coastline of 7,491 kilometers (4,655 mi). It borders all other South American countries except Ecuador and Chile and covers 47.3% of the continent’s land area. Its Amazon River basin includes a vast tropical forest, home to diverse wildlife, a variety of ecological systems, and extensive natural resources spanning numerous protected habitats. This unique environmental heritage makes Brazil one of 17 megadiverse countries, and is the subject of significant global interest and debate regarding deforestation and environmental protection.

Brazil was inhabited by numerous tribal nations prior to the landing in 1500 of explorer Pedro ?lvares Cabral, who claimed the area for the Portuguese Empire. Brazil remained a Portuguese colony until 1808, when the capital of the empire was transferred from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro. In 1815, the colony was elevated to the rank of kingdom upon the formation of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves. Independence was achieved in 1822 with the creation of the Empire of Brazil, a unitary state governed under a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary system. The ratification of the first constitution in 1824 led to the formation of a bicameral legislature, now called the National Congress. The country became a presidential republic in 1889 following a military coup d’‚tat. An authoritarian military junta came to power in 1964 and ruled until 1985, after which civilian governance resumed. Brazil’s current constitution, formulated in 1988, defines it as a democratic federal republic. Due to its rich culture and history, the country ranks thirteenth in the world by number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Brazil has the eighth largest GDP in the world by both nominal and PPP measures (as of 2017). The nation is one of the world’s major breadbaskets, being the largest producer of coffee for the last 150 years. It is classified as an upper-middle income economy by the World Bank and a newly industrialized country, which holds the largest share of global wealth in Latin America. As a regional and middle power, the country has international recognition and influence, being also classified as an emerging global power and a potential superpower by several analysts. Brazil is a founding member of the United Nations, the G20, BRICS, Union of South American Nations, Mercosul, Organization of American States, Organization of Ibero-American States and the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.

Brazil Import Rules and Regulations

Please note that the information below is dated and given only as a starting point for your research. Please re-investigate with relevant authorities when planning your purchase. When your research is complete, please contact Jim as Jim is the leader in Brazil car import and export and we can supply full range of vehicles to you.

Used Car Restriction in Brazil

Inspection Restriction in Brazil

Required Documents when importing in Brazil

  1. Valid passport.
  2. Passport.
  3. Bill of lading.
  4. REDA-E form.
  5. Notarized Brazilian tax card.
  6. Proof of ownership.
  7. Purchase invoice.
  8. Notarized power of attorney.

Import Duty in Brazil

Please note that the information below is dated and Import duty and other taxes and dues are being revised so please check current duty and inform us so we may update this information.
The process of importing cars to Brazil isn’t cheap.
Agent Fees – BRL 1.000
Harbor Taxes – BRL 3.000
Import Duty (35 percent) – BRL 14.000
IPI(25 percent) – BRL 10.000
ICMS (18 percent) – BRL 7.200
PIS, COFINS and other taxes (12 percent) – BRL 4.800
Freight cost – BRL 6.000
This adds up to BRL 46.000 or 115 percent of the car price.
Note: You should assume that the cost of importing a car to Brazil is between 90 and 120 Percent of the foreign value of the car.

Custom Clearance:
For clearing your vehicle from custom, you have to pay all your taxes Receita federal this include (Import duty, IPI, PIS, COFINS EKMS)
With the confirmation of payment Receita Federal in place and all the other documents that you collected during the process you will get the car released from custom.

Import Regulations in Brazil

Popular Destinations.

  • Belo Horizonte
  • Curitiba
  • Distrito Federal e Enterno
  • Fortaleza
  • Manaus
  • Porto Alegre
  • Recife
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Salvador
  • Sao Paulo

The Brazilian government will allow anyone to ship/import a vehicle into the country, but it also requires that only new cars be allowed into the country. The exception to this is a car that is thirty years old or more because it is considered to have classic or antique status. Another restriction is that all incoming vehicles must meet the country’s standards for safety and emission control.

You will also need an import authorization permit for the vehicle, and written approval from the department of environmental affairs. These must be presented to the port city by yourself or your shipping agent, or the vehicle may sit in port for a while.

Importing into Brazil can be divided into four parts:
Operational step
Payment step

Department involves in this process:

Departamento de Operações de Comércio Exterior (DECEX).

Sistema Integrado de Comércio Exterior (SISCOMEX).

Instituto Brasileiro do Meio Ambiente e dos Recursos Naturais Renováveis (IBAMA).

Departamento Nacional de Trânsito (DENATRAN).

Secretaria da Receita Federal do Brasil (RFB).

Importing a vehicle in Brazil:

Before importing the vehicle into Brazil the individual or their representative should have to obtain a configuration License.

An importer need to get a certified copy of the LCVM and must be sent to the National Transport Department who will issue a Certificate of National Transport Law Compliance.

The Next step is to register for getting an Import license.

After above mentioned steps has been carried out, the Ministry Of Overseas Industrial and Commercial Development will analyze the application and authorize the import License.

After authorization of the Import License, the vehicle can legally enter Brazil.

Note: The importer must then register a Declaration of Importation (Declaracao de Importacao – DI) with Siscomex.

The next is Tax office will verify that the informations on the Declaration of Importation (Declaracao de Importacao (DI) conforme with the import market legislation, and that all documents submitted are correct.

Ultimately these organisations have authority to verify all the documents submitted and take the decision whether the vehicle can be collected or not. Once this has been decided, the importer can collect the vehicle from the point of entry or the point of delivery.

Importing a special vehicle:

In certain cases, for example for bullet proofed vehicles (blindados: a growing market in Brazil), it will be necessary to obtain authorisation from the Military Command (Comando do Exercito – Comexe).

Or, in the case of vehicles equipped with medical facilities, the National Health Agency (Agencia Nacional de Vigilancia Sanitaria) must issue an authorisation. The Ministry of Agriculture (Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento – Mapa) must issue authorisation for imported tractors.

Importing a Temporary Vehicle:

If the vehicle is exclusively for private tourist purposes, residents from countries in Mercosul with a vehicle registered in Mercosul may move freely in the country, without the need for any customs formalities.
Individuals and vehicles from countries outside of Mercosul may be granted a temporary entry permit for a land vehicle for the duration of their stay (usually up to 90 days). This may be renewed up to the limit of the extended visa (usually a further 90 days). This is done by means of a Simplified Import Declaration Form (Declaracao Simplificada de Importacao/DSI).

Transportation and Car Import Info for Brazil for Diplomats

This information is written for American diplomats primarily but is valid for all diplomats and non-profit NGO employees:

All U.S. employees assigned to Brazil may either import a car duty-free or purchase a Brazilian-manufactured car. Diplomatic personnel assigned to the Embassy in Brasília may import one vehicle and buy one vehicle locally, or buy two locally. An imported vehicle purchased from another duty-free person who has served less than 3 years in country counts as one imported vehicle for the employee.

Although bus lines and taxi services are available, you need a car in Brasília. If you decide to ship a vehicle, you must advise the Embassy by cable of the make, model, VIN, options, year of manufacture, color, and price as soon as possible. You must have specific authorization from the Embassy before you can ship your car to post. Additionally, your arrival in country must precede arrival of your car. Please advise us of your estimated time of arrival (ETA) at post so that the Embassy or consulate can authorize the shipment of your privately owned vehicle (POV) so that it can arrive at post on a date near to that of your arrival at post. Upon arrival at post, you must provided a copy of the POV’s bill of sale and title to the general service’s office (GSO) customs and shipping unit of the Embassy or Consulate General.

Although many members of the Embassy staff have chosen to ship cars to Brazil and have successfully managed to keep them in good mechanical condition, you should consider the following factors before deciding whether to import or purchase a vehicle locally:

Parts for cars not produced in Brazil must be ordered from abroad. Few mechanics are trained for repair of imported vehicles. Brazil manufactures gasoline, alcohol, and some service-type, diesel-powered vehicles. Gasoline available is only a 72-octane gasohol mixture. Nearly all gasoline sold in Brazil contains up to 25% anhydrous alcohol. Non-Brazilian-manufactured vehicles run well on the local gasohol. But low-compression engines, either imported or produced locally, are recommended. The gasoline is non-leaded and therefore it is not necessary to remove the catalytic converter.

The Embassy Special Services Association (ESSA), the commissary and recreation association, operates one gas pump on the Embassy compound at designated hours on weekdays.

An imported, personally-owned vehicle may be sold without payment of taxes and duties only after it has been in country 3 years. If sold earlier, duties and taxes are charged at the rate of 100% during the first year, 70% the second year, 30% the third year, and 0% after 3 years. Taxes are not prorated.

You may purchase a locally manufactured vehicle tax free and sell it after 1 year without payment of tax. But it can only be replaced after 12 months for diplomatic and consular personnel. Staff and consular employees are authorized only one tax-free car during their assignment. Normal delivery time can take up to 3 months after an order is placed.

To avoid high storage costs, despatch agents and Foreign Service posts are requested to make shipping arrangements with the employee to ensure that vehicles arrive shortly after your scheduled arrival. An ocean bill of lading, a bill of sale or a pro forma invoice, and an authorization of the Ministry of External Relations are required to clear a car through customs.

Purchase marine insurance before shipping a car to protect it during shipment to Brazil. Check collision policies written by U.S. companies to see if marine insurance is included before purchasing a separate policy. Most people purchase collision insurance through a U.S. company, as insurance rates for both comprehensive collision and liability coverage are higher in Brazil and provide low coverage.

Ford, Chevrolet, Fiat and VW manufacture full lines of vehicles in Brazil. Most models are based on the companies’ European models, but a few are similar to models sold in the U.S. Toyota, Honda and Renault manufacture a limited selection of models in Brazil. Brazilians overwhelmingly prefer vehicles with manual transmissions; automatic transmission is available on a few models, though not all. Official Americans with tax exemption can purchase new vehicles at a price about 35% lower than the normal Brazilian market. If tax-exempt, new Brazilian-made vehicles may still be more expensive than comparable U.S.-made vehicles. Diplomatic price lists can be obtained from each post’s GSO section. Used cars are readily available.

The number of imported cars in Brazil is increasing, and dealers are improving service and parts availability. However, it would still be prudent to bring a shop/repair manual and some make/model-specific spare parts. There are several competent mechanics in town who have done satisfactory repair work for Embassy employees.

The time required to obtain permanent license plates depends on the Brazilian issuing office (in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and may take from 1 to 2 weeks. Employees assigned to the Embassy are issued CD plates, and consular officers are issued CC plates by the Brazilian Government at no charge. Cars with CD and CC plates may only be driven by the owner, family, or a licensed chauffeur employed by the owner. Currently, employees without diplomatic status at the consulates are issued regular license plates at a $25.50 charge.

All POVs must carry mandatory and third-party insurance. The mandatory insurance covers personal medical expenses resulting from an accident and costs about R$60 a year. The third-party insurance may be obtained from a Brazilian or a U.S. firm. The minimum required coverage is $400,000 for property damage and $400,000 for personal injury or death. Insurance should include coverage for all persons who may, with permission, operate the vehicle.

The Brazilian Transit Department (DETRAN) issues Brazilian drivers licenses, and you can obtain one through the General Services Office (GSO) of the Embassy or consulate if you have a valid drivers license and pay a small fee. Those without a valid U.S. or other foreign license are required to have an eye exam. Only eligible family members (EFMs) 18 years old or older are eligible to obtain a Brazilian license.

Brasília. Taxis are available and offer adequate transportation, particularly for short runs. They are, however, expensive. Municipal governments set metered taxi rates, with higher rates being charged after 11 p.m. on weekends and holidays. All cabs have red license plates with white numbers. Tips are not required, but 10% of the metered fare is appropriate for excellent service.

Bus transportation passes through the center of the city, as well as on other major thoroughfares and is good. Bus service is also available to Brasília’s many satellite cities.

Rio de Janeiro. Many metered taxis are available at reasonable prices, depending on the distance to be traveled. Radio controlled taxis which can be requested by phone are also available. Drivers have a reputation for being reckless. The Security Office advises personnel to avoid riding public buses because of the high incidence of theft. The Metro is also another form of transportation from Copacabana to downtown. The Metro is reasonably priced at R$1.00 each way. Air-conditioned buses are widely available and the price ranges from R$3.00 to R$5.00. The air-conditioned buses are generally safer than the public buses. Public bus price is R$.70 each way if you choose to take this route of transportation.

São Paulo. Metered taxis are available at reasonable prices. Although you should not use public buses, some employees at post have found the special Executivo express buses a comfortable and safe means to and from the Consulate General.

Recife. Recife’s extensive bus system is efficient and inexpensive. Taxis are abundant and inexpensive. Although we recommend against their use, inexpensive gypsy cab vans ply regular routes.

Belo Horizonte. The rapid growth of this city has overburdened the city’s transportation system. Bus lines are extensive and inexpensive, but some knowledge of the city is required. The bus system is chaotic, with most lines ending in the downtown area requiring a change of bus for cross-town trips. Although economical, city buses are overcrowded and offer only minimal comfort.

Taxis are plentiful and can be found at stands situated throughout the downtown and principal residential areas. Taxi fares are moderate. Trips to outlying areas require a fare supplement. Taxi companies provide radio-controlled service.

Crowded traffic conditions and a limited number of parking spaces in the downtown and adjacent commercial areas of the city make the use of private cars impractical at times. Trips to this area during business hours are best taken on foot or by taxi.

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Best value for your money for your car purchase in BrazilSome reasons that made Hilux a runaway success in the world are the 3 Rs: Hilux Robustness, Hilux Reliability and Hilux Resale Value. Hilux Brazil is no exception. Hilux is as comfortable driving in Brasília as it is in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. It is great value for money and at Jim Autos Thailand, Jim Autos Australia, Jim Autos NZ, Jim Autos UK and Jim Autos Dubai you get even more value for your money by purchasing Hilux at the cheapest price in the world. Remember, if you did not buy at Jim, you paid too much. No one can beat our quality vehicle at our price. Customers in Brazil Import and Export Hilux and full range of Left hand drive vehicles from Jim branches Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe.

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Shipping to Brazil via roro and container

Roll on Roll off service to Brazil not always available and is not as safe as containerThere are two main ways to have your vehicle shipped to Brazil aboard a ship. The first of these is RORO, short for Roll-on/Roll-off, wherein a vehicle is driven on and off the ship by means of a ramp. This is the least expensive shipping method in some cases but when roro ships are scarce, this option may be more expensive than container shipping but is still preferred because of the ease of processing the vehicle upon its arrival in Brazil.

container transport safest transport option to BrazilContainer shipping is safer because the vehicle is packed in a container so no chance of pilfering on either of the ports. The container is hoisted on and off the ship while in port by a crane that carefully moves it from the dock to ship and vice versa. We can generally pack one unit in a 20 ft. container, two units in a 40 ft and three units in a 40′ HIQ container.

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Hilux Brazil is indestructible as proven by Top GearTop Gear once attempted to destroy a 1988 diesel model by crashing it into a tree, assaulting it with a wrecking ball, submerging it in the ocean and setting it on fire but no luck, Hilux kept on humming. It is that robust because Toyota Hilux Brazil is built on a steel frame and can haul up to 1450 kg of load, the 4WD Toyota Hilux Toyota Pickup has protection plates in the bottom to protect the major components. Down below we outline the top ten reasons for buying a Hilux in greater details.

Car exporter of full range of vehicles to Brazil

Jim exports not just Toyota Hilux Toyota Pickup but full range or vehicles to Brazil and Americas. Here are some vehicle types we export:

  • Left Hand Drive Classic and luxury cars
  • Left Hand Drive Two door and four door Hatchback (car with rear door that opens upwards), sedans (car with a four doors and typical trunk), coupes (closed car with a fixed roof) and convertible/cabriolet/roadster
  • Left Hand Drive Pickup Trucks, Sports utility vehicles (SUV), Multi-purpose Vehicles (MPV), crossover SUV (that combines features of an SUV with a hatchback) and all terrain vehicles (SUVs & ATVs)
  • Left Hand Drive Electric and alternative energy vehicles
  • Left Hand Drive Collections and dealership inventory
  • Left Hand Drive Recreational vehicles (RVs), motor homes and fifth wheels
  • Left Hand Drive Privately owned vehicles (POVs) for military
  • Left Hand Drive vehicles and heavy equipment. Construction and mining equipment
  • Left Hand Drive Light Duty, Medium Duty and Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles
  • Motorcycles, scooters and sport bikes
  • Yachts, boats and other watercraft

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Land Cruiser, Prado and other high end SUV in stock for BrazilJim is number 1 exporter of Thailand Japanese new vehicles and Thailand Japanese used vehicles. In addition to Toyota Hilux, we export full range of vehicles including Car, 4×4 Pickup, 4WD SUV, MPV, Minivan, Luxury Marque, Light-duty, medium-duty and heavy-duty commercial Trucks, small and large Buses, boats, Forklift, Construction and Farm Machinery, Generators, Tyre and Part to Brazil, South America and Americas from Thailand, Australia, Singapore, Japan, UK, Hong Kong, Dubai UAE, United States, Western Europe and Canada.

Jim is top new and used car dealer and exporter. Thailand Car Exporter to Brazil supplies full range of Thailand vehicles to Brazil including pickup trucks as Toyota Hilux Revo, Toyota Hilux Vigo, Nissan Navara, Chevy Colorado, Isuzu Dmax and Ford Ranger, Sport Utility Vehicles as Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, Ford Everest and Isuzu MUX, Minivans as Toyota Hiace Commuter and Nissan Urvan and Commercial trucks and large buses from Mitsubishi Fuso, Isuzu Trucks and Hino Trucks. Jim s also Australia car exporter to Brazil, Dubai UAE Car Exporter to Brazil.

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Export of Left hand drive vehicles and Left hand drive Hilux to Brazil from Jim branches in Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe

Brazil is a Left Hand Drive Country and we export full range of Left hand drive vehicles from Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe. We find the very best new vehicles and the very best used vehicles. Jim exports not just cars but also spare parts, accessories and specialized equipment. Jim has been exporting high quality Thailand vehicles, Australian vehicles, Japanese vehicles, UK vehicles, Dubai vehicles and United States vehicles at affordable cheapest prices. We export to 100 plus countries and we ship vehicles quickly and efficiently and all our used vehicles are thoroughly reconditioned before their export.

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Construction equipment and mining equipment for Brazil on saleBrazil is a Left Hand Drive country so we export mostly Left hand drive vehicles from Jim Autos branches in Dubai, Oman, Bahrain, United States, Canada and Europe. Jim exports full range of vehicles to customers in Brasília and other cities of the country including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Salvador from Car auction, Automobile dealer, Used car dealer, companies and single owner. Whether you are looking for Thai new car, Thai used car, Australia new car, Australia used car, Japanese used car, Truck, Bus, 4×4, dumper forklift, cherry picker, heavy/construction equipment, caravan, hybrid car, buy a car, coupe in Brazil, Jim is the most trusted source. Governments, militaries, embassies and non-profit organizations the world over and in Brazil rely on Jim.

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Even though we are Toyota Hilux experts, we offer full range of vehicles from Sedans, 4×4 Pickups, 4WD SUVs, Station Wagons, Hatchbacks, Four Wheel Drive vehicles, Minibus, Trucks, Buses, Motorbikes, Convertible, Damaged Vehicles, ATV, Heavy Machinery & Equipment, Boats / Jet Skis, Panel Vans / Maxis, Minivans, Spare Parts, Vehicle Accessories to customers in Brazil, South America and Americas.

Top Ten Reason to buy a Toyota Hilux Revo Brazil Thailand, Toyota Hilux SR5 Brazil Australia, Toyota Hilux UK or Toyota Hilux LHD Brazil Dubai

Here are some of the reasons why Toyota Hilux Toyota Pickup remains the best selling pickup in Brazil:

  1. Indestructible: Hilux Brazil is built on a steel frame so very hard to destroy it. Not only customers in Brazil, South America or Americas rely on it but the whole world is crazy for Hilux. It can survive drowning, being burnt and being thrown.
  2. Robust: It is a robust truck that can take a lot of punishment and a lot of various climates and even war and come unscathed. Its strong ladder chassis makes Hilux one of the strongest pickup around. Hilux Braked towing capacity can go up to 2500kg. HiLux is a true workhorse and can haul up to 1405kg in the tray itself. Underneath, 4×4 versions come with a number of heavy-duty protection plates shielding the major components.
  3. Best Value for your money: Hilux pricing is competitive with all its rivals but in the long run its reliability and availability of cheap parts and easy repairability makes it the best value for the money.
  4. Safety: Hilux has a slew of passive safety and active safety features that make it one of the safest truck around. It has many braking technologies, seatbelts and a number of airbags. Top end of Hilux Revo Brazil comes with anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic brake distribution (EBD), brake assist (BA), traction control (TC), and vehicle stability control (VSC) to allow you to come a full stop quickly.
  5. User Friendliness: Every Toyota vehicle is made with user convenience and comfort in mind and Toyota Hilux is no exception. There are storage options all through the vehicle and from door controls to steering controls everything is at your fingertips.
  6. Comfort: Whether seating is fabric or leather you sink into the comfortable seat. No matter where you drive it in offroad, deserts, fields, farms, rough terrain, city roads or motorways it still drives beautifully and you are still comfortable. The new Eighth Generation Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand is even more comfortable than Toyota Hilux Vigo.
  7. On Road and Off Road King: No matter where you are driving on rough terrain or a smooth road, your driving experience is wonderful. Hilux is not father’s pickup. It feels like you are driving a luxurious sedan but with all the power of a pickup truck. Its ladder frame chassis, comfortable seating and powerful rear suspension gives a smooth ride in all driving circumstances.
  8. Parts, Accessories and Service: Since Toyota Hilux is available in every country of the world its parts and accessories are inexpensive compared to prices of other pickup trucks. Servicing is also easy because most mechanics in the world know how to fix a Hilux even in remote corners of Brazil and Americas so it is quite inexpensive to get it repaired if it needs some TLC.
  9. Powertrains: Toyota Hilux is offered in diesel 2400 cc and diesel 2800 cc and in some markets in 2700 cc petrol/gasoline.
  10. Variety: Toyota Hilux Thailand, Toyota Hilux UK and Toyota Australia are offered in a variety of models in Single Standard Cab, Extra Smart Cab and Double Cab in both two wheel drive and four wheel drive.

Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Models Available for Quick Export to Brazil

Cab Type 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Models for Brazil
Single Cab 4×4 2017 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2800 cc J Diesel 4×4 5M GUN126R-BTFXHT
Single Cab 4×2 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2400 cc J SWB Diesel 4×2 5M GUN112R-BTMLYT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2700 cc J Petrol 4×2 5M TGN121R-BTMXKT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2400 cc J LWB Diesel 4×2 PLUS 5M GUN122R-BTMXYTWB
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Single Cab 2800 cc J LWB Diesel 4×2 PLUS 5M GUN123R-BTMLYT
Smart Cab 4×2 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc J Diesel 4×2 PLUS
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2700 cc J Petrol 4×2 PLUS
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel 4×2
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc G Diesel 4×2
Smart Cab Prerunner 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc J Diesel Prerunner Plus
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2700 cc E Petrol Prerunner
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner Plus
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner Plus Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc G Diesel Prerunner
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc G Diesel Prerunner Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2800 cc G Diesel Prerunner
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc Diesel Prerunner Rocco
Smart Cab 4×4 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2400 cc E Diesel 4×4 Manual
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 Manual
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Smart Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 Manual Rocco
Double Cab 4×2 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc J Diesel 4×2 Manual PLUS
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Diesel 4×2 Manual GUN122R-DTMSYT
Double Cab Prerunner 2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc J Diesel Prerunner Manual PLUS
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner 6 Manual GUN125R-DTFSHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Plus Diesel Prerunner 6 Manual GUN125R-DTFSHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc G Diesel Prerunner 6 Manual GUN135R-DTFMHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2700 cc E Petrol Prerunner 6 Auto TGN136R-DTTSKT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto GUN135R-DTTSHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc E Plus Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2400 cc G Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto GUN136R-DTTHHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel Prerunner 6 Auto Rocco GUN136R-DTTHHT
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2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 6Auto GUN126R-DTTHHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 6Manual Rocco GUN126R-DTFHHT
2018 Toyota Hilux Revo Thailand Double Cab 2800 cc G Diesel 4×4 6Auto Rocco GUN126R-DTTHHT

Easy Steps to buy your Toyota Hilux Revo/Vigo or any other car from Jim for Brazil

Ordering from Jim is quite easy, here are five easy steps to get your vehicle to your door step.

  1. Selection, Invoice and Payment
    • You Email us at or call/WhatsApp/Viber at +66-89-106-5701 to indicate which vehicle you are most interested in new or used, it does not have to be a Toyota Hilux Revo, we sell full range of RHD and LHD vehicles from Thailand, Australia, Dubai UAE, UK, Hong Kong, Japan, Europe and USA.
    • We give you the pricing of your chosen vehicle.
    • Once you agree on a vehicle we send you a proforma invoice via email
  2. Payment, Documentation and Shipping
    • You pay for the vehicle via wire transfer (Telegraphic Transfer) and send us a receipt.
    • We obtain export documentation and load the vehicle in the earliest vessel heading your way to Brazil
  3. Drafts and Pictures Emailed
    • We send you loading pictures and email you draft BL and draft Commercial invoice and your ship schedule.
    • You alert us in advance if you require any specific documents
  4. Documents Couriered
    • Documents are couriered out to your address in Brazil
  5. Vehicle Arrival, Clearance and Registration
    • Vehicle arrives in Brazil and you work with your Customs agent to clear the vehicle.
    • You have been in touch with your Customs clearance agent before you started the purchasing process so you are aware of the procedure and all involved costs.
    • Once the vehicle is cleared you pick up the vehicle and get it registered.

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