Toyota has dressed up its top-of-the-range Prado with the launch of a Prado Kakadu Horizon special edition featuring more external bling.
Priced from $89,590 plus the usual costs, the Horizon adds a front bumper spoiler and bling for the rear bumper, chrome side moulding and mirror covers, metallic/pearl paint finish, clear rear combination lights and an exclusive Horizon badge.
Inside, it gains two rear USB charging outlets and illuminated front scuff plates.
Horizon is powered by the 2.8-litre turbo diesel six-speed automatic. It also comes with the Kakadu dual-range four-wheel drive system, crawl control and multi-terrain select, adaptive variable suspension and rear air suspension.
Other features are a rear DVD screen for the kids, tri zone automatic a/c, heated and cooled seats front and back, power folding third row seats and a JBL audio system.
I have to say the Horizon is packed with features bit also misses some like HUD and could use more power, which is coming.
I’m Rob Fraser
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