Toyota’s new Wildlander crossover is in high demandSeptember 16, 2020
The debut of the new Toyota Wildlander SUV took place in the spring of this year – since then, interest in the model has only been gaining momentum.
The new Toyota Wildlander crossover continues to enjoy increased interest from buyers. Recall that the model appeared on the Chinese market in the spring of 2020. According to the portal “New Cars”, in the period from May to the end of August, dealers of the brand were able to sell 41 thousand such cars, which is much more than the main competitor KIA Sportage. Technically, the newest car almost completely repeats the fifth generation of the RAV4 cross, but outwardly there are differences between the two cars. Note the other version of the bumpers, rear lights and headlights.
The dimensions of the Toyota Wildlander are slightly larger – 4665x1855x1685 mm with a wheelbase of 2 690 mm. The engine range consists of two power units. The base was a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine with 171 hp. The more powerful version is equipped with a hybrid engine based on a 2.5-liter engine and an electric motor with a total output of 222 hp. In tandem with the power plants, only the variator works, and the all-wheel drive system is available for an additional charge.
In the salon, we note the appearance of a digital dashboard and a modern multimedia complex.
You can also count on a spectacular panoramic cover and engine start from a button. Already in the basic version, the Toyota Wildlander offers a large number of driver assistants. Dealers offer 171.8 thousand yuan for the initial configuration of such a car, and the maximum version will cost 241.8 thousand yuan.
Earlier it became known that Toyota received a patent for names for its future models. Based on the names received, we should talk about new Lexus SUVs, one of which will get a hybrid engine.
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