2022 Toyota Kluger Buyers Guide

Now available with the option of a hybrid powertrain, 2WD, AWD, and a strong range of price points across the model range, Toyota Kluger delivers value, quality, and affordability for Australian family buyers. Crucially, Kluger is as practical as it is enjoyable to drive, with a solid list of standard features from the base model right up to the most expensive in the range.

Kluger is available in 2WD petrol GX guise from just over $45,500 before on-road costs, with the range-topping Grande petrol, starting from $69,160 before on-road costs. Step up to the AWD petrol grade and GX starts from $51,650 before on-road costs, while an AWD petrol Grande will cost you from $73,070 before on-road costs.



The Hybrid drivetrain sits at the top of the Kluger range and starts from $54,150 before on-road costs, with the Grande Hybrid starting from $75,700 before on-road costs.

At each step in the Kluger range, buyers can choose between GX, GXL, and Grande variants, meaning there are effectively nine separate model grades on offer.

There’s little doubt that even the entry-level, 2WD petrol Kluger is a high-quality offering, but our pick in the range is the GXL Hybrid, which starts from $63,650.



That represents real savings at the bowser for Australian buyers.



Trent Nikolic

Trent Nikolic has been road testing and writing about cars for almost 20 years. He’s been at CarAdvice/Drive since 2014 and has been a motoring editor at the NRMA, Overlander 4WD Magazine, Hot4s and Auto Salon Magazine.

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