Following the Land Cruiser’s sleek style and poise, the Land Cruiser Prado has been launched by the Toyota Kirloskar Motors in India. It comes with an exuberant price tag of 92.6lakhs due to its import in India as a Completely Built Unit. This fresh update not only unfolds a distinct fascia, but also has refu
ished bumpers, fenders, hoods and blenders; being the third update from the 2009 version of the luxury SUV that had been up for exhibit in the 2018 Auto Expo. It matches up in competition with Mercedes , Porsche and Range Rover due to their similar targets in the sellers’ community.
Although there are a lot in the crowd who would root for a luxury sedan instead of a SUV, there are many who opt for the excess room and comfort that SUVs provide. The fuel system consists of a 3-liter d-4D diesel engine with four cylinders, and there is a standard 5-speed gearbox with a 171 Bhp power boost.
To list a few of the features that one can avail in the luxury SUV, there are LED projected tail-lamps with spoiler and skid-plates for complementary impression, parking assist system, inbuilt touchscreen info-tainment, Multi Terrain Monitor featuring 4 camera for surround monitoring, variable suspension and seven included airbags in the entire SUV. Adding to these there are ventilated and heated seating slots in the front and panoramic view monitors, new center consoles.
There have been safety technologies installed in the system, including the Auto High Beams, Safety Sense P suite with a Pre-collision System, Dynamic Radar Cruise control and Lane Depart Alert.
The SUV arrives with the following paint schemes- White Pearl Crystal Shine, Red Mica Metallic, Vintage Brown Pearl Crystal Shine, Silver Metallic, Grey Metallic, Avant- Garde Bronze and Blackish Ageha Glass. The interior is fu
ished with three different options, Redwood, Neutral Beige, and black being the universal classic choice.
The totality of the feature updates have been made to deliver service efficacy when compared with the Land Rover priced at 1.3 crores in the Indian showrooms, and it is definitely worth a drive to test your adrenaline.