Legend. Icon. 70 Series Toyota LandCruiser. The updates for 2017 are here, but is the king off the road still worthy of the title?
Gone are the days of utes being rugged workhorses used only by tradies from Monday to Friday. Today’s utes are lifestyle vehicles that aim to be all things to all people, attempting to blend their traditional practicality and toughness with the comfort and refinement of passenger cars and the pulling-power and off-road prowess of SUVs...
Our time with our long-term Prado VX has come to an end. We've spent plenty of time crawling round the city, but for our final update, we dragged the Prado into its natural environment out in the bush.
Our long-term Toyota LandCruiser Prado VX hits the open road with various drivers for update two.
Facelifted for 2016, the top of the Toyota 4WD pile remains the choice for serious off-road driving and long haul touring. It's not cheap, but its ability is unquestioned.
It may not look any different from the outside, but the updated 2016 Toyota LandCruiser Prado range has brought a big change with it. We’ve already filled you in with a launch review of the 2016 Prado on the major changes, but we thought it would be best to get to know the updated model with its new smaller diesel engine by taking ownership of one for three months...
We've never tested a Toyota LandCruiser Prado with a manual transmission, but there's a first time for everything...
The 2016 Toyota LandCruiser Prado has been released locally with a long-awaited new diesel engine. It's smaller than the outgoing engine, but develops more power and torque and uses less fuel.
The 200 series Toyota LandCruiser keeps trucking on at the head of the upper-large SUV class. It's not as refined as some, but it's off-road prowess and all round usability is unquestioned.
The 70 Series Toyota LandCruiser ute is an icon, but has it kept up with the times?
Toyota's all-conquering Prado has received a mid life upgrade with subtle under the skin changes and some minor styling revisions. Can it stay at the top of the heap?