2019 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Pricing and Specs
The Toyota Landcruiser Prado 2019 is available in Diesel.
|Toyota Landcruiser Prado Models||SPECS||PRICE|
|GX (4X4)||2.8LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$46,100 – 58,300|
|GX (4X4)||2.8LDieselDiesel6 SP MAN6 speed manual||$43,800 – 55,330|
|GX 7 Seat (4X4)||2.8LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$46,600 – 58,960|
|GXL (4X4)||2.8LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$49,900 – 63,030|
|GXL (4X4)||2.8LDieselDiesel6 SP MAN6 speed manual||$49,100 – 62,040|
|GXL (prem Int) (4X4)||2.8LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$50,800 – 64,240|
|Kakadu (4X4)||2.8LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$65,900 – 83,380|
|VX (4X4)||2.8LDieselDiesel6 SP AUTO6 speed automatic||$59,600 – 75,350|
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 2019 FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
The paint on my 2007 Toyota Prado is peeling off, what should I do?
I haven’t heard of a local class action against Toyota for this problem. It’s a mistake to assume that Australian and USA consumer laws have too much in common, so what happens in North America regarding recalls and fixes isn’t always mirrored here. But it is a fact that Toyota in the USA and Canada has agreed to repaint some of its models that were originally painted in either of two shades of white. In those cases, the paint delaminated from the undercoat and literally fell off the car.
What’s much more common in Australia is that the clear-coat (the outer layer of clear paint that gives the finished car its gloss) fails and starts to peel or flake off. By the time that’s happened, the actual colour-coat is usually compromised, too, and repainting the vehicle is the best bet. Metallic colours are notorious for this happening (they are the most likely to use a clear-over-base paint finish) and it’s by no means a Toyota-specific problem.
It happens because the paint used can’t handle Australian levels of heat and UV radiation and it simply fails chemically. Cars from the 1980s and 90s were probably the worst offenders, but some newer cars also suffer the same problem, usually when they’re out of warranty, of course. And just as it isn’t limited to Toyotas, nor is the problem specific to imported cars; plenty of Aussie made Fords and Holdens suffered the same paint deterioration.Show more
Can I replace the master cylinder on my 2000 Toyota Prado with a second-hand one?
The brake master cylinder fitted to your Prado uses an accumulator to ensure that there’s always some brake pressure available to enable the ABS braking to work instantaneously and seamlessly. You should be able to hear the pump running (probably the gurgling sound you’re reporting) from time to time, but not every time you press the brake pedal.
You may need a new master cylinder, but it’s also possible that there’s air in the system and it requires bleeding. There’s a specific procedure for bleeding this type of master cylinder, and it’s not the same as that for a conventional vacuum-boosted master cylinder.
In any case, your information that nobody reconditions these units any longer is incorrect. There’s an operation called Injectronics that can, indeed, recondition and test your existing master cylinder, usually for less than $2000. That, I would suggest, is your best path forward. Check out injectronics.com.auShow more
Why is the media screen on my 2015 Toyota LandCruiser Prado now in Japanese?
Disconnecting the battery to change it means that power to the stereo system was lost for the duration of that procedure. It’s not uncommon to have to re-code the stereo to make it all work again, so that sounds like what you need to do. The code for the stereo will be a multi-digit number and is often recorded in the owner’s manual or the handbook for the stereo itself.
The odd thing is that the codes are often stored in this manner, because ironically, the code system was originally used to combat stereo theft from parked cars. If the crooks couldn’t code the stereo to work after they’d pinched it, there was no point stealing it in the first place. Which kind of makes storing the code in the glovebox a bit of a joke. If you can’t find the code, a Toyota dealer should be able to take the vehicle’s VIN and tell you the code from that.Show more