28 August 2000
TOYOTA INTRODUCES LIMITED EDITION PRADO GXL KIMBERLEY
TOYOTA has introduced a limited edition version of its popular LandCruiser Prado GXL four wheel drive wagon.
The limited edition model offers buyers $3,600 in additional features for a recommended retail driveaway price of $45,990.
The new LandCruiser Prado GXL Kimberley's additional features include air conditioning, five 16-inch alloy wheels, an acrylic spare wheel cover, a rear sunspoiler, and special Kimberley decals.
The Kimberley Limited Edition's features are in addition to the already high level of standard equipment on the Prado GXL.
Prado GXL has overfender flares, side-cladding, side-steps, front foglamps, power antenna, remote central locking, power windows and mirrors, cruise control, leather accented steering wheel and gearshift lever, and a single CD player.
All Prados feature the safety and security provided by four-wheel ventilated disc brakes, full-time 4WD and rear limited slip differential.
Prado Kimberley is based on the GXL petrol V6 model.
Its 3.4 litre Quad Cam Multi-valve engine delivers 132kW of power at 4800rpm and 302Nm of torque at 3600rpm.
The Quad Cam V6 engine can be matched to a five-speed manual or electronically controlled four-speed overdrive automatic transmission.
Prado was the most popular medium-sized all-terrain wagon in Australia in 1999, out-selling its nearest competitor 8,266 to 5,724, according to industry statistician VFACTS.
Prado is also the best selling medium all-terrain wagon to date in 2000, having captured 19.3 percent of the sector.
It has sold 4222 vehicles in the medium all-terrain 4WD sector, compared to the 3852 of its nearest competitor.
The 2000 Limited Edition Toyota Prado GXL Kimberley.