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Toyota Condor For Sale

The Toyota Condor for sale a multi-purpose vehicle that has been in production since 1976, but only entered the South African market in the mid-1980s as the Stallion and again in the late 1990s as the Condor. This is the fourth generation and last of the Condor family. The Avanza is its predecessor.

Even so, the used Toyota Condor for sale is a well-known MPV on the roads. It might not be the most fashionable, but Toyota fans swear by its reliability and durability. The Condor is a high roof station wagon body style with a long wheelbase making it ideal for long road trips or as a taxi style people mover. Not to be confused with the Venturer (people mover) or the Stallion (light commercial vehicle). The Toyota Condor for sale has a seven-seat configuration with the second row as individual seats. The upright design has remained with slightly smoother lines than the early 1980’s design.

Still very much resembling its siblings the Venturer and Stallion, the Condor offered more paint colour options, body-colored bumpers, and trimmings on the outside. In South Africa, it was available as 1,8litre and 2,4litre petrol and a 3litre diesel options. The front design following the boxy design of the 1990's 4x4's and definitely take the MPV character to a slightly different level. It is a practical vehicle, and later models were available in four-wheel drive.

The fourth-generation 2003 model was the last available in South Africa before being discontinued. This model sports a couple of improvements and closely resembles the Prado, a definite upgrade. Fuel injections, 4x2 or 4x4, and diesel engines where all on offer. The exterior was updated with a new grille; front bumper striking headlights and the rear has new lighting cluster designs. Obviously playing more into the crossover SUV market.

The Interior has stayed much the same. Eight-seat configuration with a 2:3:3 arrangement, with the backbench folding to the side of the vehicle to offer more loading space. The fabric and material used are slightly more fashion-conscious than before with tow-tone design and leather available in the upper trim level. The interior is dotted with storage options. At the rear of the centre console, the cubbyhole, drinks holders for front seats and passengers as well as door pockets.

The fascia has a lower cover with brighter lighting than its predecessors which makes instrumentation more visible for the driver.

The used Toyota Condor for sale was specifically marketed as a family recreational vehicle with off-road capability, a spacious, comfortable, and reliable alternative. Fuel consumption for the fourth generation (2000 – 2005) is around 15litres per 100km for petrol models and 12,5liters per 100km for the diesel.