This is a left-hand drive example sold new and lived it’s entire life in France. Car Cave purchased this Land Cruiser from Lorgues just east of Marseille. A dry climate region which truly shows on the overall condition of this SUV. A 3.0L turbo diesel powers this truck and is mated to a five-speed manual transmission and two-speed transfer case. The smooth running ultra-reliable Toyota 1KZ-TE is a 3.0L (2,982 cc) Single Overhead Cam indirect injection turbo diesel. Front hubs are automatic with a floor shifted transfer case when more traction is needed. The KZJ90 is finished in Toyota Paint Code 056 also known as Natural White. Factory equipment includes power locks, power steering, heated mirrors, tilt wheel, center console, power brakes, intermittent wipers, dual airbags, front bucket seats, rear defrost, rear wiper, and rear heat. Rear cargo space has ample room, side storage compartments, a cargo cover, swing open door, and pop-out side windows. The factory gauge cluster includes: tachometer, speedometer, temperature, fuel, and analog clock. A set of 235/85R16 BF Goodrich All Terrain tires wrap around the black steel wheels.
15472-30010 Turbo Oil Outlet Gasket
90904-30004 Cooper Turbo Oil Line Washer
15471-58010 Turbo Oil Inlet Gasket
Differential Fluid Changed
Front Driver Strut
Front Passenger Strut
Rear Driver Shock
Rear Passenger Shock
Front Sway Bar End Links
Rear Sway Bar End Links
Body Data Plate Information:
Model KZJ90L GJMNTW
C/TR/A/TM 056 FM10 A01B R150F
Sales Region: Europe
Model: Land Cruiser Prado 90
Vehicle Model: Land Cruiser Prado
Driver’s Position: LHD
Number of Doors: 3
Color Code: 056 Natural White
Trim Code: FM10 Grey Cloth Interior
Axle Code: A01B 7.5″ 3.583:1 with 4 Pinions
Transmission Code: R150F Manual 5 Speed
Please Note: The information below is general model information for the Prado 90 Series lineup as a whole. Features and options will vary per a vehicle and listed above.
From Toyota Global 75 Years of Vehicle Lineage:
With the second-generation model released in May 1996, the Land Cruiser Prado line steered toward a more passenger-oriented 4-wheel drive (4WD) vehicle. Both the short-wheelbase 3-door model (5-seater) and the long-wheelbase model (8-seater) became larger than their predecessors, and were classified as «3 number» vehicles. The two models were distinguished by their front styling including the headlamp design: the short-boded model had a sportier look, whereas the long-boded model appeared more rugged.
The engine lineup consisted of a newly included 3.4 liter 185 PS V6 DOHC gasoline engine (5VZ-FE) and a 3 liter 4-cylinder SOHC turbo diesel unit (1KZ-TE) that had powered the previous model, although the latter increased its output 140 PS with the addition of an intercooler. The drivetrain configuration was switched from part-time 4WD to full-time 4WD. The same suspension was used for both the Prado and the Hilux Surf, consisting of an independent double wishbone and coil spring system for the front and a 4-link coil spring system for the rear. A 2.7 liter 150 PS 4-cylinder DOHC gasoline engin (3RZ-FE) was added to the lineup in April 1997, and the turbo diesel unit was replaced with a 3 liter common rail diesel unit (1KD-FTV) producing 170 PS in July 2000.
Manufacturing Plant: Honsha Plant, Tahara Plant
The meaning of «Land Cruiser» is the same in English. «Prado» is Portuguese for «meadow» or «field.»
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