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In the past, many people confused between Toyota Land Cruiser Facelift with the smaller Land Cruiser / Prado. And today on its Japanese website, 2012 Toyota Land Cruiser 200 Facelift has officially revealed a refreshed version of featuring fresh lights and extra content.
On the outside, the 2012 Toyota Land Cruiser 200 Facelift is defined by a front bumper with new fog lamp openings, redesigned headlamps with integrated LED strips on the lower side and a revamped front grille with chrome slats. In addition, the shape of the grille has also been subtly improved to a slimmer, more up-market design. The side moldings, along with the different tail lamp graphics and newly designed alloy wheels in sizes 18- and 20-in.
On the interior, almost everything not changes. An improved TFT screen info placed between the two main gauges, and new colors and trim materials for the cabin. Toyota has also introduced its Multi-Terrain Select system, which varies the level of intervention of the ABS in order to adapt to road conditions.
The 2012 Land Cruiser 200 the only engine available remains is 4.6-liter V8, delivering 318PS at 5,600 rpm and 460Nm (339.2 lb-ft) of peak torque at 3,400 rpm, linked to an automatic transmission and an all-wheel drive system. Fuel consumption of 7.1 km/L (20 mpg-UK / 17 mpg-US).
The 2012 Land Cruiser local prices range from 4,400,000 yen (US$56,500), to the 8-passenger AX and ZX packages costing 4,800,00 ($61,800) and 6,300,000 yen ($81,200) respectively.
Gallery 2012 Toyota Land Cruiser 200 Facelift