yar bhai....vigo and sur/prado are 2 worlds apart.
so one who wants to buy a prado when lurking into a hilux will be seeing a massive difference in features.
i wana say it again vigo is totaly hard hard core. drop the nail on that. i dont think even the prado can rival its toughness.
so if your buying a vigo it is realy ment for the out doors do do crazy thing which other cars are not ment to do. and will make other cars go aww.
for eg: people in the construction work love it. they can dump their tools at the back,go to their far forbidden sites wheare othr vehicles wouldnt dare to go.
specialy in pakistan this car is famous in protocall, and can hold 8 guards or normal civilinas easily- thats just to point out its toughness and most of all
once we leave the cities these cars are the corollas and civics of the rural areas.
let me pin point some of the good points out here-but i have nevert owned one.
good fuel economy
loaded with features
these 3 are the crucial points y i would chose a vigo over any other vehcile in its category.
well here in srilanka vigos are used by ordinary citizens they use very expensive low profile rims on it,i dk y they do this but i think it is mostly done by city dwllers who dont go out of city.