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2020 Toyota Prado Owner’s Manual

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The Toyota Prado, also known as the Land Cruiser Prado, is a proud and rugged member of the Toyota SUV family. It’s not currently available in the US, but you can get its Lexus equivalent, the Lexus GX.

The 2020 Toyota Prado is a real off-roader and touring vehicle, and that’s still why many people are attracted to it, with camping trips, off-road trails and more in mind every time they turn on the ignition. Having said that, it’s also a strong and practical daily and family car.

The mid-level GXL trim starts at around $46,000. It’s a 7-seater vehicle armed with a 2.8L 4-cylinder turbo-diesel engine paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. This engine outputs about 176-hp and also includes a permanent AWD system.

The same trim also makes for a nicely appointed interior with active cruise control, LED daytime running lights, 3-zone climate control and rear parking sensors. If the 2020 model has the Premium Interior pack, you’ll also get very comfortable leather seats, and heated second-row seats. All 3 rows get air vents, grab bars and cup holders.

Toyota made another option available which was to remove the iconic spare tire from the rear door mounting and place it under the rear bumper. This frees up the door, and allows you to open the rear window separately. One downside of moving the tire is that your fuel capacity drops from 39.6 gallons to 22.9 gallons because you lose the sub-tank.

While driving, many find the 2020 Toyota Prado steering light and responsive, and a lot more so than they expect for an SUV of this size. Off-road it has an approach angle of 30.4 degrees, and a departure angle of 23.5 degrees, and ramp-over angle of 21.1 degrees, along with 27.5 inches of wading depth.