The Toyota Land Cruiser Prado is a 4x4 vehicle offered by Toyota Motor Corporation. It belongs to the Land Cruiser series of vehicles sold by Toyota worldwide. The car that was launched worldwide in 2009 was introduced in India in 2018 after a major revamp. In January 2020, Toyota stopped production of the car due to the new BS6 regulations.
The Land Cruiser Prado has been referred to as the Baby Land Cruiser. It has a 3-litre engine V6 engine with 5-speed automatic transmission. The car is available in both petrol and diesel variants. It offers a mileage of 11 km/l on highways. The fuel tank capacity is 87 litres.
The Land Cruiser Prado has a 4WD system with multi-terrain mode. The car is built with the best safety features that include 7 airbags, ABS with EBD, stability control, crash sensor, and tyre pressure monitoring system. The car boot space is 620 litres.
The key features of the Land Cruiser Prado include:
The premium amount for the Land Cruiser Prado depends on factors like the year of registration of the car, the model and variant of the car and the city/place of registration. The following table has details of the car premium for different models:
Price of the Car
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado VX Petrol 3956 cc
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado VXL Diesel 2982 cc
*The prices are calculated for a 2018 Land Cruiser Prado registered in New Delhi.
Add-ons for your Land Cruiser Prado will provide extra coverage. Let's take a look at a few of them.
The process of renewing the insurance for your Land Cruiser Prado is quite simple when you get it done through PolicyX.com. The following procedure explains how it can be done:
Towing of the car to the garage is a part of road assistance service. If you had opted for the 24x7 road assistance add-on, then the assistance on the road is included in the policy. Towing would then have been taken care of by the insurer.
Cost of replacement of tires or tire parts is not included in your car insurance policy. If you want it to be included, then you need to get an additional add-on cover for your car, known as Tyre protector. This will ensure that the cost of tyres and tubes will be included.
Damage to the door is covered under the insurance and will be reimbursed. However, damage to the lock and key is not covered. If you had taken a key and lock protector add-on to your insurance, then your claim will be accepted and reimbursed.
The amount reimbursed under a claim is affected by depreciation. Further, the total amount insured would be as per the Insured declared value (IDV). If you had opted for zero depreciation cover, then depreciation would not have been calculated. Had you opted for invoice price cover, the invoice amount paid would have been considered instead of the IDV.
No, damage caused by mildew, moth or vermin is excluded under personal belongings add-on cover.
Last updated on 18-11-2020