Toyota Prado

4th Generation (2009 - Present)

VIEW FULL GALLERY

Toyota Prado Review

Manufactured by the Toyota Motor Company, the 4th generation Land Cruiser Prado is a very capable off-road vehicle. The SUV appeals to a wide demographics ranging from urban dwellers to hard-core four-wheel drive lovers. The latest Prado has new front headlights, a roomier cabin with increased space between the front and second row seats and an overall improved chassis structure than the previous models.

The exterior design of the Prado arouses strength and refinement. The designers aimed to create an exterior with the feel and look that make the 4x4 vehicle stand out from its league. The Prado carries a very aggressive front fascia which compliments its huge body work and gives the SUV a presence on road. The rear design reflects the remains of its previous generation but it doesn’t let the latest generation lose its identity.

The interior is much more refined and roomier than the previous version. A tone of black or beige can be selected from the options and it comes fully loaded with all the features of a modern car. The high end variants come with leather, heated and electric seats, steering controls, Bluetooth connectivity and moon roof.

2.7l Dual VVTi with 5-Speed Automatic
4.0l Dual VVTi with 6-Speed Automatic

2.7l – 8-12Km/L
4.0l – 7-12Km/L

The Land Cruiser Prado is available in Attitude Black Mica, Black, Mica Beige Metallic, Dark Blue Mica, Dark Green Mica, Dark Steel Mica, Grey Metallic, Silver Metallic, Super White and White Pearl Crystal Shine.

The competitors of Land Cruiser Prado are Porsche Cayenne, BMW X3, Audi Q5, Range Rover Evoque, and Nissan Murano.

Engine:
2654cc 16 Valve Dual VVTi which produces 169BHP
3956cc 24 Valve Dual VVTi which produces 254BHP

Gearbox:
5-speed Automatic
6-Speed Automatic

Seating Capacity:
5 and 7

Steering:
Electronic Power Steering

Pros:
Greater value for money as compared to other SUV’s in market.
Equipped with high-tech driver aids.

Cons:
Low fuel efficiency.
Expensive spare parts.
Expensive maintenance.

Toyota Prado Versions

Toyota Prado News

Toyota Prado Discussions

Do you own a Toyota Prado car?

Share your experience by writing a review!

Write a Review

New Toyota Prado Comparisons