2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Exterior, Engine, Price

The 2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado (250 Series) is set to make a significant impact when it goes on sale later in 2024. With price increases across the board, the new Prado starts at $72,500 before on-road costs for the base GX model, marking a $9,670 hike from the outgoing 150 Series. The Prado GXL is now priced from $79,990 (+$10,460), the VX starts from $87,400 (+$10,552), and the flagship Kakadu begins at $99,990 (+$12,522). Additionally, the range has expanded with the return of the Prado Altitude, priced at $92,700.

Exterior and Interior

The 2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado retains its robust and commanding presence with a few modern tweaks. The GX model includes 18-inch dark grey alloy wheels, a distinctive front grille with ‘TOYOTA’ lettering, LED headlights, and a manual tailgate. Inside, it features fabric upholstery, rubber floor mats, a 7.0-inch multi-function instrument display, and a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system.

2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Changes
2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Changes

Moving up, the GXL adds a seven-seat capacity, roof rails, a power tailgate, synthetic leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, and a wireless charging pad. The VX variant boasts 20-inch dark metallic alloy wheels, bi-LED headlights, leather-accented seats, a refrigerated center console, and a 14-speaker JBL sound system. The Altitude includes 18-inch matte grey alloy wheels with all-terrain tires, a locking rear differential, a sunroof, and two-tone color options. The top-tier Kakadu offers a panoramic sunroof, illuminated side steps, heated and ventilated rear seats, and a head-up display.

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2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Interior
2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Interior

Engine Performance

Under the hood, the 2025 Land Cruiser Prado continues to use the 2.8-liter, four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine, producing 150kW of power and 500Nm of torque. However, it now incorporates a 48-volt mild-hybrid system. This system doesn’t increase power but reduces strain on the engine’s ancillary functions by adding a motor generator, 48V battery, and DC/DC converter. The engine is paired with a new eight-speed automatic transmission, offering improved efficiency and performance. The Prado’s drivetrain features low-range gearing and a full-time all-wheel-drive system, ensuring excellent off-road capabilities.

2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Engine
2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Engine

Fuel Economy

Toyota has yet to release the official fuel economy figures for the 2025 Land Cruiser Prado. However, the introduction of the 48-volt mild-hybrid system is expected to enhance fuel efficiency, making it a more economical choice for long-distance travel and off-road adventures.

Price and Release Date

The 2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado will be available for purchase later in 2024. Pricing starts at $72,500 for the base GX model and goes up to $99,990 for the flagship Kakadu. The return of the Altitude variant, priced at $92,700, adds a mid-range option for buyers.


While full measurements are yet to be confirmed, the 2025 Prado maintains its rugged stature with a height ranging from 1925mm to 1984mm, a ground clearance of 210.5mm to 220.6mm, and a tare mass between 2435kg and 2535kg. The gross vehicle mass (GVM) is between 3100kg and 3200kg, and it boasts a braked towing capacity of 3500kg.

Safety Features

The 2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado comes standard with a comprehensive suite of safety features, including nine airbags, autonomous emergency braking, stability control with active traction control, adaptive cruise control, lane trace assist, blind-spot monitoring, rear parking support brake, front and rear parking sensors, trailer sway control, trailer pre-wiring harness, and a 360-degree camera. Higher trims like the VX, Altitude, and Kakadu add tire pressure monitoring for enhanced safety.

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Servicing and Warranty

The 2025 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado comes with a five-year, unlimited kilometer warranty as standard. Owners can extend the engine and drivetrain warranty to seven years, provided they service their vehicle on time at a Toyota dealer. The Prado also offers capped-price servicing for the first 10 visits at six-month or 10,000km intervals, with pricing yet to be announced.


Toyota has announced eight available paint colors for the Land Cruiser Prado, with premium options available for an extra $675. Two-tone finishes, including Tanami Taupe and Ningaloo Blue paired with a light-grey roof, are exclusively available on the Altitude for a $1,675 premium.

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