While working in South Africa recently, I had access to a Toyota Hilux. Very nice truck. It is pretty much the top of the line truck there as far as size. The Detroit Three don't have a presence in the truck category. Everything there is European based. All the same car lines you see in Europe are present here.
The Hilux is a different truck than our second generation Tacoma. It is more of a work truck. Here is why: It has a fully boxed frame and FIVE leafs in the rear suspension!
Here are the pics. Apologies for the quality, they have obviously been taken with a cell phone camera.
All metal box. Tailgate was beefier due to all metal construction.
Here is that five leaf suspension. Thing rode very rough as befitting a truck with a heavy duty suspension. No "gentleman's ride" here.
Here is the fully boxed frame.
Truck had the 4cyl motor. The only letdown. But with their European sensibilities, V6s are not very common.
Side view. This truck is a looker.
Another view of the frame.
Inside view. They drive on the left side of the road in South Africa. This truck was a standard, and the shift pattern was the same as vehicles in North America. The layout of the pedals is also the same as North America. The radio had the power/volume button on the right side. Turn signal was on the right. A few times I hit the wiper control when intending to turn.