2006 Toyota Kluger Pricing and Specs
The Toyota Kluger 2006 is available in Regular Unleaded Petrol.
|Toyota Kluger Models||SPECS||PRICE|
|CV (4X4)||3.3LULPRegular Unleaded Petrol5 SP AUTO5 speed automatic||$4,400 – 7,150|
|CVX (4X4)||3.3LULPRegular Unleaded Petrol5 SP AUTO5 speed automatic||$5,400 – 8,360|
|Grande (4x4)||3.3LULPRegular Unleaded Petrol5 SP AUTO5 speed automatic||$6,500 – 10,120|
Toyota Kluger 2006 FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Toyota Kluger here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Why does my 2011 Toyota Kluger turn off when I turn sharp corners?
It could very well be that there’s something amiss in the car’s ignition barrel (which lives on the steering column, remember) or its wiring and connectors that is causing the power to the ignition to be cut when you turn the wheel. The problem could also be a short-circuit somewhere in the wiring in the column (and there’s plenty of it) that is causing the problem. Either way, you need to get it fixed immediately, as having a car cut out when you least expect it is can lead to all sorts of extremely dangerous situations.
Another possibility is that there’s something wrong with the car’s power steering system which is overloading at the point you turn the wheel hard and causing the engine to stall. Again, it needs to be fixed now and I wouldn’t be driving the car anywhere other than to a workshop for diagnosis.Show more
My 2017 Toyota Kluger is just out of warranty and needs a new water pump, should Toyota cover the cost?
The problem you have is that the car was already nine months out of warranty when the problem was first noticed. Even though the pump did not require replacement right there and then, if a leak has started, then the pump is damaged or worn and will eventually need replacement. There’s also a distinct probability that the leak had started weeks before it was spotted by your service workshop, so it may have been even closer to the warranty period when the problem first occurred.
I’m with you on this one; 39,000km is not good enough for a modern car to begin to require major replacement parts like a water pump. Rather than go through your dealership, consider contacting Toyota Australia’s customer service division directly and stating your case. Interestingly, since 2019, Toyota has offered a five-year warranty on its new cars and perhaps, if you’ve been a repeat customer or always had your Kluger serviced at a Toyota dealership, then you might find Toyota will help out even to the extent of providing the pump for you to have installed at your expense. If you don’t ask, you won’t get.Show more
Why did my 2018 Toyota Kluger jump from drive into neutral?
We haven’t heard of the Kluger jumping out of gear as a common problem, but it’s definitely one you need a mechanic to look at as there’s an obvious safety implication if you lose drive at a critical moment. The 'flaring' could simply be the behaviour that’s been programmed into the vehicle at the factory. The idea is that when you start to use large throttle inputs (say, when overtaking) the vehicle interprets that as you driving on a winding, uphill road. So, to keep the engine making lots of power, it holds on to a lower gear than seems normal. And that’s what you’re feeling when the revs stay high beyond your overtaking move. Try adjusting the car’s mode from Sport to Normal or even Economy, at which point the transmission should become a little less frenetic.
The good news is that, if there’s something wrong, your car should still be covered by Toyota’s factory warranty (which was three-years/100,000km when your car was bought new) so make it Toyota’s problem. If you’re not happy with your dealer, talk to Toyota Australia’s customer service department.Show more