Dual-cab pick-up trucks form a popular vehicle segment, even amongst the urban set, thanks to their utility and road presence. Here, we’ve found a video that has been making the rounds on Facebook, comparing the Mitsubishi Triton Adventure X with its 181 PS/430 Nm 2.4L MIVEC Turbo engine, with the Toyota Hilux 2.8 L-Edition powered by a 177 PS/450 Nm engine.

The comparison is set on a runway, so naturally, performance comparisons are in order. The Triton and the Hilux are subject to three exercises: acceleration from 0-100 km/h, overtaking from 80-120 km/h, and braking distance. The 0-100 km/h test runs both trucks simultaneously, and for the overtaking exercise, both pick-up trucks run in tandem; the Triton does its run first, and is then followed by the Hilux.

The trio of tests is rounded up with the braking exercise, once again run with both trucks at the same time. The current Mitsubishi Triton arrived at the beginning of this year, with the latest iteration of the eighth-generation Toyota Hilux having arrived in August. Which pick-up truck does better at each exercise? Watch the video to find out.

GALLERY: 2019 Mitsubishi Triton VGT Adventure X

GALLERY: 2019 Toyota Hilux 2.8 Black Edition