What a truly exceptional car to drive, super spacious, powerful and reliable. I cannot fault this vehicle. It’s always a pleasure to drive with so much room in the cargo area for camping
Purchased in January 2017 for $37,000.00.
- Kluger 2WD Petrol GX (2014-2021)
Very good car suitable for families
very good family car , It has a bit high fuel consumption ,rather than that it is amazing, very smooth ,bought it use same year, no issues or complains at all
Purchased in June 2019 for $35,000.00.
Very reliable performance and excellent driving experience
- Commuting, family transport and school pickup
- Daily driving around 30 ~ 50 km
- Half-yearly service at a fixed price $180
- But a bit high fuel consumption 12.8 liter for 100 km
Purchased in December 2015 for $41,500.00.
- Kluger 2WD Petrol GX (2014-2021)
Good practical design inside out
We mainly use this car for family vehicle is beautifully design with immense sense of practicality. ride is super smooth if runs on premium unleaded engine is so quite however 8 speed gearbox needs bit improvement shifting is not as seamless as the previous 6 speed gearbox but it still helps you save on fuel , it also makes you feel that car is being driven in big gear at low speed with low revs.
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This car is one of the best cars you can buy super reliable and also has a lot of features one of the main things has heaps of room for all your friends and family levels are low.
Kluger is a well-resolved large SUV. It has very good on-road manners with real off-road capability. If you don’t mind the styling, a Kluger AWD (to the appropriate specification for your budget) should be on your shortlist.
Questions & Answers
I just had my battery replaced in my Toyota Kluger.
The radio/reverse camera screen are blacked out & reads No DVD, Please insert map DVD.
How can j get this operating again
I just changed my battery and didn’t have any issues. It sounds like yours has a faulty wire or frayed connection. You might need to take it to an auto electrician or if your vehicle is under warranty take it to the dealership to repair. Good luck.
I bought a brand-new Toyota Kluger GSU50R GXL 2WD - 2019 from a very reputed Toyota dealer in July 2019. Couple of days after the delivery the Air conditioner went faulty. When I speak to them, they tell you things like to a 5y old child expecting us to believe. Normally any service reps from any dealer ships from any manufacturers are very bad. They produced good constructive explanatory statements for customers. They just don’t tell you the truth. I have been in to this dealership 4 times for the same problem. Still not working. Now Toyota Australia is involved. Why this problem keeps coming like this? Is this because of the incompetent technicians of the dealer who can’t trouble shoot this or is it a factory defect? It is not a cheap model! We paid to drive, not sitting at workshop for technicians to learn or do trial & error work. Its my money & my car.
What Lemon Car! What an Unbreakable Toyota!
Can you explain exactly whats wrong with the aircon? (tell me as if I'm a technician you need to help point where to look)
when turn on the Air conditioner no cold air. Inside the car is fogging up if you use the heater. first time they said it was a human error at the factory. Drove home next day no Air conditioner working again (no cold air) . Took it back to the dealer that time they kept the car for two days & use some dye to see where the gas leak is. After a day or so they said found the problem & it is the compressor int going faulty. I knew it was a load of garbage. In a brand new car ? what a joke. Then it took them nearly a week to get the compressor from Japan. Fitted in after 1.5 months later no air con again. Took it back again then they said the gas was too much last time when they regassed. So they I think they patched up again & so far its ok. waiting to pass 1.5 months to see what happens next. Thanks
Is this a better car than the kluger GX? Whats with the fuel consumption with Grande? Anyone had precious experience with this? Many thanks in advance.
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|Category||Large / 7 Seater SUVs||Large / 7 Seater SUVs||Large / 7 Seater SUVs|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|Wheels||18" Alloy||18" Alloy||20" Chromtec|
|Fuel Consumption||8.7 L/100km||8.7 L/100km||8.7 L/100km|
|Engine||6 Cylinder 3.5L||6 Cylinder 3.5L||6 Cylinder 3.5L|
|Max Power||218kW @ 6600rpm||218kW @ 6600rpm||218kW @ 6600rpm|
|Max Torque||350Nm @ 4700rpm||350Nm @ 4700rpm||350Nm @ 4700rpm|
|Boot Capacity||241 L||241 L||241 L|
|Phone Connectivity||Android Auto (Wired), Apple CarPlay (Wired) and Bluetooth||Android Auto (Wired), Apple CarPlay (Wired) and Bluetooth||Android Auto (Wired), Apple CarPlay (Wired) and Bluetooth|
|Steering Wheel Adjustment||Telescoping (Manual) and Up/Down||Telescoping (Manual) and Up/Down||Telescoping (Manual) and Up/Down|
|Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)||2,000 kg||2,000 kg||2,000 kg|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)|
|Headlight Features||Automatic On/Off||Automatic On/Off||Automatic On/Off|
|Cruise Control||Adaptive (ACC)||Adaptive (ACC)||Adaptive (ACC)|
|Parking Sensors||Cross-Traffic Alert (Rear), Front and Rear||Cross-Traffic Alert (Rear), Front and Rear||Cross-Traffic Alert (Rear), Front and Rear|
|Hazard Perception||Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Forward Collision Warning||Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Forward Collision Warning||Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Forward Collision Warning|
|Lane Assistance||Lane Departure Warning (LDW)||Lane Departure Warning (LDW)||Lane Departure Warning (LDW)|
|Speed Sign Recognition||Yes, read only||Yes, read only||Yes, read only|
|Kerb Weight||1,885 kg||1,885 kg||1,955 kg|
|Ground Clearance||208 mm||208 mm||208 mm|
|Gauges||Analogue and Digital||Analogue and Digital||Analogue and Digital|
|Built-In Navigation System||Yes||No||Yes|
|Heads Up Display||No||No||No|
|Digital Radio (DAB+)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Release date||Jan 2014||Jan 2014||Jan 2014|
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