Toyota Prado
(2018 to Onwards)

Toyota Prado (2018 to Onwards) Front Image
Details
  • Price PKR 221 - 326 lacs
  • Status Available
  • Generation 5th
  • Rating
  • User Rating (1 reviews)

Overview

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado is a mid-size four-wheel drive vehicle in the Toyota Land Cruiser range. The Prado is one of the smaller vehicles in the range. The fifth generation has been available in some markets since October 2017. There are two base variants, five-door and three-door. This generation of Prado features advanced 4WD and an array of electronic gadgets. Depending on the market, the fourth generation is available with an under-floor mounted or rear door mounted spare wheel. The fuel capacity of the dual tank series four is 150 L compared to 179 L of the series three. The removable third row three-seaters of the J120 were replaced by fold-into-floor seats which seat only two people - which is also responsible for a loss of cargo capacity, the reduction in dual fuel capacity and usable height in the cargo compartment. On the higher end VX models, there are six camera positions enabling viewing to the front and down, to the side both front and rear, and to the rear. The engine remained the same, although the automatic gear change points were altered for maximum fuel economy rather than maximum performance, even in Sports mode. The bodywork of Prado 2017 has always been great, and there is no doubt anyone can not like the design of Prado. The older models, however, had a strong and bearable body compared to the newer version. If you talk about the latest model, the facelift has completely revolutionized the SUV. The front grille along with the LED lights gives a macho look. The rear of the luxury SUV is also worth praising. Toyota Prado interior 2018 is very comfortable and spacious. There is enough space for the passengers have enough space to relax and stretch. The dashboard of Prado, there is nothing fancy about it. It's a typical dashboard with quite easy to understand options. Adding seats to the third row makes it a 7-seater car, however, all the models don't have built-in third-row seats. The beige room with wooden trim gives a pretty classy look. The interior is somewhat similar to TLC 200 series; the buttons are not modern, but it serves the purpose. It can be concluded that the interior is good however it could have been better.



Pros
  • High safety.
  • Sufficient legroom.
  • Minimal cabin noise.
Cons
  • Expensive.
  • Lack of spare parts.


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2 Comments


Agbo Kelechi Jude
New Visitor

The jeep is sophisticated and I must own one owing to it inspires me

Posted on Apr 28, 2019.


Mustafa Khalid
New Visitor

Well, my opinion is if you are buying a car buy a land cruiser instead because it is too expensive and it is not worth what I bought it for

Posted on Apr 30, 2019.


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