The exterior, on first glance, doesn’t look that different from the old Kluger, but on closer inspection, it is.
It’s got the same raw angles as the RAV4, is still quite rectangular, but does have some fancy new styling, like the grille and the shape of the back window.
Inside, because this is the top-of-the-range, it looks quite luxe, particularly the cream leather upholstery. It feels much more premium than the last Kluger I was in.
The seats are heated and ventilated, there’s a leather-trimmed steering wheel, the centre console is nicely designed and though it does lack the gloss of its rivals, it still looks good.
You get some soft touch surfaces with external stitching and a moonroof in this model, and it feels good to be in this car on the road.