The 2020 Toyota LandCruiser Prado is available in six variants with pricing ranging from $54,090 before on-road costs for the GX manual to $84,590 before on-roads for the Kakadu.
The current LandCruiser Prado is the third generation of the nameplate to be sold in Australia.
It accounts for just over 17 per cent of the large SUV segment, putting it well ahead of the Toyota Kluger (12.7 per cent), and off-road competitors such as the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (6.9 per cent).
- 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GX manual: $54,090
- 2020 Toyota LandCruiser Prado GX: $56,990
- 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL manual: $60,690
- 2020 Toyota LandCruiser Prado GXL: $63,690
- 2020 Toyota LandCruiser Prado VX: $73,990
- 2020 Toyota LandCruiser Prado Kakadu: $84,590
All prices exclude on-road costs
The Toyota LandCruiser Prado is only available with a 2.8-litre common-rail turbo-diesel four-cylinder with 130kW.
With a six-speed manual the engine makes 420Nm, while the six-speed automatic version has 450Nm.
Four-wheel drive is standard across the entire Prado range.
The 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado manual uses 7.9L/100km on the ADR combined cycle, while the automatic is rated at 8.0L/100km.
The Prado comes with an 87L main tank and a 63L sub tank for a total of 150L of fuel, and the sort of long-haul cruising range usually reserved for light aircraft.
A flat tailgate version (without the boot-mounted spare tyre) only has the 87L main tank.
The 2020 Toyota LandCruiser Prado measures 1995mm long, 1890mm tall and 1885mm wide, with a 2790mm wheelbase.
The optional flat tailgate without the rear-mounted spare is shorter at 4825mm.
The kerb weight Prado starts at 2230kg for the base manual five-seater and jumps to 2455kg for range-topping seven-seat versions.
The LandCruiser Prado has an ANCAP rating of five stars.
Automatic versions of the Prado feature autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beam, hill-descent control, and hill start assist.
High-end variants also come with parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert.
The Prado GX features the following standard features:
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- Four-link rear suspension with coil springs
- Heated mirrors with power folding
- Front and rear mud guards
- 40/20/40 split-fold second row
- Keyless entry and start
- Air conditioning
- 4.2-inch multi-information display (automatic)
- Trailer sway control
- Seven airbags
- Reversing camera
- Lane departure warning (auto only)
- Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection (auto only)
- Adaptive cruise control (auto only)
- Automatic high beam (auto only)
- Active traction control
- Hill-descent control (auto only)
- Hill start assist (auto only)
- Air-conditioned centre console
- 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen
- Satellite navigation
- Cargo blind
Moving up to the Prado GXL adds:
- Bi-LED headlights
- Privacy glass
- Leatherette steering wheel
- Three-zone climate control
- Rear parking sensors
- Rear differential lock (auto only)
Step into the Prado VX and you gain:
- 18-inch alloy wheels
- Full-sized spare wheel
- Auto-dimming rear view mirror
- Front parking sensors
- Blind-spot monitoring
- Rear cross-traffic alert
- Surround-view monitor
- Refrigerated cool box
- DAB+ digital radio
- 14-speaker JBL sound system
The range-topping Prado Kakadu also offers:
- Tilt and slide moon roof
- Faux wood steering wheel
- Drive mode selector
- Four-link rear suspension with air springs
- Five-speed crawl control
- Adaptive variable suspension
- Multi-terrain select
- Rear-seat entertainment system
The 2020 Toyota Prado requires maintenance every six months or 10,000km – whichever comes first.
Each of the first six services (or each scheduled service in the first three years of maintenance) will cost $260.