Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) launched the new Land Cruiser Prado in India for a price of Rs. 84.87 lakh ex-showroom Delhi.
Land Cruiser Prado from Toyota marks the tusk of off-road and luxury all in one package. Its common rail turbodiesel engine of 2,982 cc, four-cylinder, DOHC, 16 valve of 171bhp and 410Nm of torque remains the same what it was been there on the past generation. Only the cosmetics of the luxurious SUV have been changed to compliment value of so big lump of money.
Naming the changes, front fascia received new front grille along with the new fog lamps. Now daytime running LEDs can also be witnessed in the headlamp cluster, while the tail lamp also sees a new lug of lights. Number-plate holder at rear is also been tweaked.
New features note from Japanese added the ‘crawl control’ to the fresh Land Cruiser Prado. This new thing on-board regulates driver of SUV to concentrate coarsely on the steering, while acceleration and braking to be looked by the off-road machine itself when driven on slippery and tough surfaces. Alongside, Toyota has a dwelled its new Prado with the various terrains elect system, which shaft it to adjust as per the terrain it’s been cruising on, for e.g. rock, rock and dirt, loose rock, and mud and sand.
Buyers can book their new Land Cruiser Prado from today at all showrooms in India. Colors like White Pearl Crystal Shine, Silver Metallic, Grey Metallic, Dark Blue Metallic and Black, are made available to us. Interiors goes with a flake of two tones: Flaxen and Black.
For the last, we say, Germans of Audi Q7 and BMW X6 must stay aware, Japanese are here with their new bug to compete, tied with a ‘five-speed automatic gearbox’ to a ‘four-cylinder’ chunk at the times seven/eight-speed automatic along with the six/eight-cylinder is a standard.