150 Series Toyota Prado Vs Ford Territory

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This the review comparison between the 2010 Ford Territory and the Toyota Prado. The Ford Territory is an Australia only model however you can import them privately or limited numbers as  grey imports in other parts of the world.

The Ford Territory (SYII) is a smaller car and not equipped to go beyond a easy off-road terrain however it is very popular so we decided to give it a go. 

The Ford Territory gives a good impression when you get in the car.  Good quality materials and lots of family friendly features. The quality of materials is very good and the interior design that you can physically see is also good but probably needs an update. The Territory can also seat up to seven people.

Specification and review comparison below.

 


Ford Territory
VS
150 Series Toyota LandCruiser Prado

 

The Ford Territory comes in AWD - all wheel drive or 2 wheel drive, rear driven option on most models. We drove briefly was the AWD model and we can tell you it is a quiet, refined, good handling and lots of power! The ease of acceleration was notable after driving smaller 4 cylinder SUVs including the V6 Kluger.

If we bought the Territory it would be with the Barra 245T engine, it would be a very fast and comfortable SUV, admittedly one that uses a lot of petrol! We think it looks good too.

There are lots of model variants and options for the Territory so it shouldn't be too hard to get a unique version. Specifications are for 2009 models. The interior also a nice place to be in with good quality materials used in the local Ford Falcon. However don't look too closely. It's nicer than many in the small SUV class. It is expected due to the price though.

The only thing that counts against the Ford Territory is the number of exactly the same complaints by lots of owners but for the original series. At least if you buy a Territory you will know what can go wrong which helps alot in the decision making process.


 


Last known pricing (RRP)

NOT including on roads, discounts etc...
AUGUST 2010

150 Series Toyota Prado
2010 $58,490 - 88,990 AUD

Ford Territory (SYII)
2010 $39,890 - 57,890 AUD
2010 $34,990 RWD TX special Ltd time

 

150 series Landcruiser Prado LC5 Ford Territory (SYII)

Engines  
1GR-FE (modified)
V6 Petrol
Quad Cam with Dual VVTi EFI
4 Litre (3956cc)
Claimed 203Kw @ 5600RPM
Claimed 380Nm @ 4400RPM

1KD-FTV (modified)
IL4 DOHC Diesel
Turbo-charged - Intercooler
Direct Injection - Common Rail
3 Litre (2982cc)
Claimed 128Kw @ 3400RPM
Claimed 410Nm @ 1600-2800RPM
 
Barra 190
I6 cylinder Petrol
DOHC EFI
4 Litre (3984cc)
Claimed 190Kw @ 5250RPM
Claimed 383Nm @ 2500RPM

Barra 245T
I6 cylinder Petrol TURBO
DOHC EFI Intercooler
4 Litre (3984cc)
Claimed 245Kw @ 5250RPM
Claimed 480Nm @ 2000RPM
 
 

Weight  
2195 - 2435Kg
Towing capacity up to 2500kg
Curb weight 1967-2127Kg
Towing capacity up to 2300Kg
Fuel capacity & consumption  
Up to 150 litres
IL6 Petrol 11.5 litres per 100km (Auto)
IL4 Diesel 8.5 litres per 100km (Auto)
75 litres
I6 Petrol 12.9(A) litres per 100km (AWD)
I6 Petrol 11.6(A) litres per 100km (2WD)
I6 Petrol TURBO 14.2(A) litres per 100km
 
Other specifications  
5 speed Auto or 6 speed manual
Overall height/width 1845/1890
Overall length/wheelbase 4930/2790
Track (front/rear) 1585/1585
ANCAP safety rating 4/5
6 speed Auto or 5 speed Auto
Overall height/width 1715/1898
Overall length/wheelbase 4856/2842
Drive system: 4wd or 2wd (rear)
NCAP safety rating 5/5
Capability  
Angle of: (degrees)
Approach 32
Departure 24-25
Breakover 22
4WD system: AWD with selectable modes
Minimum ground clearance 220mm
Water Fording depth 700mm Max
Angle of: (degrees)
Approach 23
Departure 19.8
4WD system: AWD
Minimum ground clearance 179mm
Performance  
Performance figures Barra 245T Turbo 0-100kph 7.2 Secs
Pricing  
2010 $58,490 - 88,990 AUD
*Always check with the dealer for up to date pricing, specifications, on-road costs, accessories and specials etc.. everything as usual is subject to change!
 
2010 $39,890 - 57,890 AUD
2010 $34,990 RWD TX special Ltd time.
*Always check with the dealer for up to date pricing, specifications, on-road costs, accessories and specials etc.. everything as usual is subject to change!
 


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