Toyota Prado: Structures You’ll Be Proud Of

Profit Making Variants With Short Wheel Base In Cars

Toyota Prado is a four wheel drive midsized vehicle in the range of Toyota land cruiser range which as produced by Toyota motor corporation which is a Japanese automaker. This Prado is the small vehicle in ranges. In fact it is sold as Toyota land cruiser in LC 3,4 and 5 generations in Europe in a simple way by designating a number series of LC70, 90 and 120 appropriately. It is not a portion of land cruiser range in North America as it is replaced by Toyota 4 runner in affordable levels. The expensive trim levels are put on sale as Lexus GX470, with the same body panels and valve8 engine.

Its features

The present Toyota Prado is completely supported on the platform of Toyota J150. And its recent models are based on J70, 90 and 120 stages respectively. In all the models of Toyota Prado, there is front independent suspension system, two speed transfer case, ladder frame except J70 in which it has front and back beam axles.

Availability in the market

This Toyota land cruiser Prado is present in GXL, GX, VX and Grande spec editions. In fact GX is the opening level model where as Grande is considered as the most luxurious version in the Toyota models. It is available in 4.0 L petrol V6 engine or 3.0 l diesel engine in most of the markets, even in some of the European countries; there are some profit-making variants in vans which are completely based on the short wheel base armature.

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