Prado is a smaller and more affordable SUV in the Toyota Land Cruiser range. The radiator grille has large chrome plated slats. It's surrounded by large
headlight clusters that have a swept back design. The side profile has coloured handles and expressive lines. The large boot lid has a chrome handle and
various badges. The cabin is spacious and can easily fit in 7 passengers. High-grade leather has been used on the seats. The driver's seat has memory
function and can be adjusted in 8 different ways. The third row can be electronically folded.
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado houses a 3.0-litre D-4D diesel engine that gives a displacement capacity of 2982 cc along with 170 bhp and 410 Nm of peak torque.
The engine is coupled with a 5 speed automatic transmission gearbox. It can reach a maximum speed of 155 kmph.
There are a variety of driving modes to choose like Rock, Rock and Dirt or Loose Rock. Crawl control is a unique feature that controls unnecessary
acceleration and braking when riding on rough surfaces. The Kinetic dynamic suspension system and adaptive variable suspension offer a stable driving
The Land Cruiser and Porsche Cayenne are Prado's closest competitors. The major difference between the Land Cruiser and Prado is the cost and size with the
Prado being more affordable and optimally compact. Prado is on par with the Porsche Cayenne except the design and engines used are quite different.
There is only one Diesel variant of Toyota Land Cruiser Prado:
1. Toyota Land Cruiser Prado VX L