As far as we know now, neither Toyota Land Cruiser 120 Prado nor Toyota Land Cruiser 200 has ever passed Euro NCAP crash-tests.
Why Toyota Land Cruiser 120 Prado brochure, an official source of information about Land Cruiser 120 Prado, contains the following text at the page 2:
"This commitment to quality results in real benefits – benefits that enhance the quality of your life. We know this because you tell us so by consistently voting Toyota highly in independent customer satisfaction surveys. This is also evident through the outstanding results Toyota achieves in the Euro NCAP safety tests."? (This text is placed next to Land Cruiser 120 Prado photo)
This mention of Euro NCAP in the brochure of a specific model makes a consumer think that Land Cruiser 120 Prado passed Euro NCAP test. This misleads and makes customers make a wrong choice. I know this, because I HAD BOUGHT THIS CAR AFTER READING THE BROCHURE AND HAD UNSAFE ROLLOVER ACCIDENT AFTER I HAD BOUGHT THE CAR.
There is also the following text in the brochure: "Together with dual two-stage front airbags, side and curtain airbags afford maximum occupant protection."
How can this be MAXIMUM PROTECTION if all this airbags are not rollover-sensing? This is an obviously false statement. Toyota has RSCA technology and knows about its importance in SUVs.