Toyota Prado - Accessories

Home
News
Ultimate SUV/4WD Comparison

Price Lists
All prices

200 Series
Vs 2011 Nissan Patrol

150 Series
3 Dr 1st drive
5 Dr 1st Impressions
5 Dr 1st Drive petrol
150 Series Diesel
150 Series Performance

Vs RX350 & RX450h
Vs Grand Cherokee
Vs Audi Q5
Vs Toyota FJ Cruiser

Vs Ford Territory

Vs Nissan Murano
Vs Jeep Commander
Vs VW Toureg2
Vs Discovery 4
vs Jeep Wrangler
Vs Ford Explorer
Vs 70 Series LC
Vs Nissan Pathfinder
Vs GU series Patrol
Vs Toyota Kluger
Vs Mitsu Pajero
Vs Mitsu Challenger
Vs Subaru Outback
Vs Subaru Tribeca
Vs BMW X5
Vs M-Class
Vs sangyong Rexton
Vs CX-7
Vs CX-9
Vs 2011 Patrol
Vs Lexus GX460
Vs 120 series Prado
Vs 200 Series

3 Dr Prado vs Pajero
3 Dr Prado vs FJ cruiser

Vs Lincoln MKT
Vs Lincoln MKX
Vs Lincoln Navigator

Hilux Vs Colorado
Hilux Vs Amarok
Hilux Vs BT-50/Ranger
Hilux Vs Triton L200
Hilux Vs Navara
Hilux Vs GWM V240

120 Series
ALL 2003-2009 120 series Toyota Prado reviews and comparisons have been moved here!

Stereo Upgrade
Engines
Tyres - Cooper ATR
Tyres - D694
Tyres - Scorpion ATR
Why buy the Prado?
3 months review
6 months review
12 months review
24 months review
36 months review
FAQ & Misc. stuff
Accessories
History of the Prado
4wd systems
Pictures
About this website
Links & Contacts

 

 

 

150 Series LC5 LandCruiser Prado
 information and links

120 Series LC4 LandCruiser Prado
 information and inks

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

There are tons of stuff you can add on to the Prado. Too many to mention on one short page. So I've listed the accessories that we would consider getting or have bought. Just remember that sometimes cheap can be just as good as the expensive stuff.
 

Exterior accessories

Bullbars

Although the genuine Toyota bullbar for the Prado is a pretty good looking thing and obviously works there are other manufacturers who have ones which are just as good if not better.

ARB is the major one aftermarket manufacturer which have several model available.  I'm considering getting one in light of where the Prado seems to be going these days.

If you don't need one then don't bother it extra weight on the front and makes parking a hassle.

Radiator insect screen.

The Toyota insect guard costs around $120.  So its best to make your own!

Rear Spoiler

The Toyota version costs around $450.  Painting is extra so budget around $100 extra.

Rear Spoiler II AKA Rear Visor

This is the cheaper alternative to the spoiler and is a smoke colored visor. It does not serve any purpose other than a exterior accessory  However it does look like an old school  'dust deflector'.

Nudgebars

Strangely Toyota goes not sell one!
I priced a TJM nudged bar - fitted for around $700 dollars - which I thought was on the expensive side. $500 fitted would be more appropriate. (2007)

Towbars

Toyota has these at a reasonable price considering it is a very popular accessory.


 

 
Last known pricing (RRP)
LandCruiser Prado
NOT including on roads, discounts etc...
DECEMBER 2009

Petrol
5 door Kakadu - $87,990
5 door VX - $74,490
5 door GXL - $63,490

Diesel
5 door Kakadu - $88,990
5 door VX - $75,490
5 door GXL - $64,490
5 door GX - $58,490

Diesel (Only)
3 door ZR - $65,990
3 door SX - $55,990
 

Roof racks

Some models come with side roof rails however they are of limited use because you need the horizontal bars. So a rail-less version is just cheaper and easier to equip then one with them. If equipped with the standard roof rails any cross bars add extra height so you have to be carefully.

Side steps

Although the most Prado models has these as standard they don't feel completely sturdy. But least the where designed as 'standard equipment hence look integrated.

Spare tyre covers

For the 120 series there are 3 versions available of genuine accessories and it is not standard equipment. Don't forget to get one as a freebie on purchase. The Toyota hard covers costs around $450 - color coded versions around $550.

For the 150 series the hard spare cover also incorporates a rear parking camera so after market accessory covers need to be chosen carefully.

Alloy wheels

The standard alloy wheel on the 120 series are great looking things!  So its no surprise that very few are replace them with after market items.  But there are plenty available. 

For the 150 series the alloys wheels are not so good so choose what you like, it can only be an improvement.

Interior accessories

Floor Mats

Floor mats are rarely standard so don't forget to get them as freebies when you buy. That said the OEM versions are not the best quality ones you can buy but if they're free than get them. Toyota versions cost around $55 for a set of four.

GPS

If you have the more expensive Prado's that come with inbuilt GPS you may still want an aftermarket unit for features not available with that particular unit.  See the reviews of the ones we've tried.

DVD

Seats

Roof consoles
 


Any images, trademarks, content, copyrights are held by their respective owners.

All other content is : Copyright 2005 - 2017 Daniel Dixon and Contributors