Prado 150 series with unique exterior and powerful running
Toyota's Prado underwent a full model change in September 2009, and was newly born as the current 4th generation 150 series.
It features improved off-road running performance, which has been emphasized by successive Prados, and durable robustness, further enhancing on-road comfort.
It is a world-class Toyota's middle-class SUV, and is especially popular in Asian countries, the Middle East, and Russia.
The name Prado started with the 70 series land cruiser.
The Prado 70 series was released in 1990, and in the model life of 30 years to date, after four model changes, not only improved engine performance and improved running performance, but also improved body rigidity, it has become a car model which is loved by people all over the world.
The current Prado 150 series is only a wheelbase 5-door car for the Japanese market by integrating with the chassis that has been used since the second generation that appeared in 1996 with the Hilux Surf.
A total of 6 types have been released, including 3 types with a 4L V6 engine and 3 types with a 2.7L straight-four engine.
The original Prado 150 series engine released in 2009 was a 2.7 direct-four engine and a 4LV6 gasoline engine, but with the improvement in June 2015, the 4LV6 engine was abolished. Instead, it is equipped with a 2.8L direct clean diesel engine for the first time in about 7 years, and the combined mission is multi-staged with a 6-speed AT, improving fuel efficiency.See all stocks for Prado!