Tuesday, 10 September 2019

Check Out The Stunning 2020 Toyota Prado Land Cruiser

Toyota still believes that the current generation of the Prado SUV has much to express. Therefore, the automaker has decided to continue the model for the model year 2020 with minimal changes. Aesthetically, it is difficult to detect new changes if you do not
exactly compare the current model and the Toyota Prado 2020. The SUV, like the current model, will continue to be available in five trim levels (Kakadu, VX, Altitude SE, GXL and GX). The cabin is slightly overworked, but there are no significant changes. Likewise, there are no changes in the engine department.




INTERIOR 

The Toyota Prado offers a large cabin for five to seven passengers, depending on whether the buyer chooses two or three rows of seats. The seats of the second and third row can be easily folded up to increase the load compartment. All passengers except the passengers in the third row enjoy sufficient legroom. The seats in the third row are suitable for children. The model comes standard with extensive list functions, including premium stereo system, MP3 player, USB ports, infotainment system and several driver assistance systems.

 

EXTERIOR
There are no discernible changes to the appearance of the 2020 Toyota Prado. The 2020 Prado continues with the unique 5 bar grill. Even the large LED headlights and the gigantic front bumper of the current models remain unchanged. The rear panel is still boxy; The rear bumper is also unchanged, but the tail-lights look a bit thinner than the current models. Overall, the SUV is thanks to the flat roof just as box-shaped as the outgoing.

According to photos in our possession, the SUV also has similar wheels and tyres as the current models. In terms of size, the 2020 Prado has the same length, width, height and wheelbase as the model it replaces. In short, Toyota refrained from making any changes to the Prado that are in fact unnecessary, as the current design of the SUV is very popular.





ENGINE AND PERFORMANCE
The Prado is normally offered in a variety of engines to choose from. This includes a 4.0-liter V6 engine with around 271 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque. There is also a turbo-diesel 3.0 L inline-4 for 170 hp and 302 lb-ft of torque. For transmission systems, there is a standard 6-speed automatic transmission; Optionally, a 5-speed manual transmission is offered.

In terms of fuel efficiency, the diesel engine is rated at 22 MPG in the city, 32 MPG on highways and 28 MPG on combined drives, while the gasoline engine returns 15 MPG in the city, 25 MPG on highways and 20 MPG on combined drives. The two drive trains are 4 × 4 capable, and diesel engine models can pull up to 5,500 kg. Upper panels are equipped as standard with stability control, traction control, downhill control and start-up aids.
 
 
PRICE AND RELEASE DATE

Toyota has not yet announced official pricing for the Toyota Prado 2020, but we do not expect a significant increase from the current price range. For the base model, a starting price of around $ 48,000 is likely(excluding shipping cost and others). Fully equipped models can bring in over $ 80,000
(excluding shipping cost and others).

 

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