Toyota hilux buying used

Hi im looking at buying a hilux.
I'm looking in the range from 2012-2015.
I've been told that the dpf can be troublesome on some years has anyone here had any issues .
I've been offered an aussie imported 2012 hilux sr5 with 110,000miles she supposedly has no dpf from factory (don't know how true this is)
She looks very clean underneath from pictures I've been sent. The owner is looking for big money at €19000
 

Tomr10

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Hi im looking at buying a hilux.
I'm looking in the range from 2012-2015.
I've been told that the dpf can be troublesome on some years has anyone here had any issues .
I've been offered an aussie imported 2012 hilux sr5 with 110,000miles she supposedly has no dpf from factory (don't know how true this is)
She looks very clean underneath from pictures I've been sent. The owner is looking for big money at €19000
How much is new
 
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andybk

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jap imports are good value as a rule , dont have a lot of the crap euro models do , there are a good few importers about who will buy what you want and ship it over and clean and underseal underside of it , was looking at replacing my old surf quoted about £6-8000 all in, on the road , dont see why they cant get more up to date hilux pickup quite reasonably, steering wheel on right side as well
 
jap imports are good value as a rule , dont have a lot of the crap euro models do , there are a good few importers about who will buy what you want and ship it over and clean and underseal underside of it , was looking at replacing my old surf quoted about £6-8000 all in, on the road , dont see why they cant get more up to date hilux pickup quite reasonably, steering wheel on right side as well
My problem is I'm in Ireland and we get absolutely raped to put it nicely on vrt
 

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