2014 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Reviewed by Cars Guide

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With the facelifted Toyota Land Cruiser Prado slowly entering the market, the first reviews have starter to surface. Our first one here comes from Australia, where the model is now sold at a lower price, like it’s 2009 again.
Cars Guide tells that the standard Prado now costs AU$55,990 plus road taxes, just as when it was launched back in 2009, while the more upscale versions have a price increase by less than AU$500, despite the added new tech.

Design wise, the 2014 Prado comes with a remodeled front end, wearing a new bigger and thicker grille, slightly redesigned bumper and new “elephant-ear-style” headlights.

More features include a rearview camera, new 17-inch alloy wheels, steering wheel controls and a six-speaker display audio system for the GX model. The GXL gains the new six-speaker audio display, 17-inch wheels and heated/power mirrors. Continuing with the VX model, this one gets 18-inch rims, LED daytime running lights, radar cruise control, blind spot monitoring and updated KDSS system for the suspension, which adds to the touch-screen 17-speaker JBL sound system and heated second-row seats.

Cars Guide said that the new Prado also feels much quieter thanks to the new sound insulating materials. However, the car drives just the same as with the previous model, and only the KDSS-fitted versions are riding more softly.

Read the full review at Cars Guide here
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