New/Used Toyota Land Cruiser

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Proven for decades in tough environments from desert to mountains and tundra, the Toyota Land Cruiser has forged a well-deserved reputation for hardiness, reliability, and longevity. Toyota markets the Land Cruiser as being engineered for 500,000 miles, none of which are traveled on-road and it’s easy to believe. Modern models add luxury to the inherent capability that has been a fixture.


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The Toyota Land Cruiser is a three-row SUV and an icon. It’s also one of the longest-running nameplates, a model that dates back to the 1950s and has evolved into a plush, but still highly-capable, SUV with three rows of seats.

With the Land Cruiser, Toyota has evolved the little truck (lovingly called the “Land Bruiser”) into a luxury SUV without leaving behind its off-road capability. The larger Sequoia helped it along; space, comfort, and towing all fall better under its purview to leave the Land Cruiser to do what it does best.
The current Land Cruiser, introduced for 2008, is slightly larger than the previous version. Compared to the last generation, it also received a big power upgrade, with a brawny 5.7-liter V-8 making 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque, and tied to a 6-speed automatic transmission. This powertrain felt strong in highway passing, or even when towing, and the 8-speed automatic added for 2016 made it more responsive. Fuel economy remains 13 mpg city, 18 highway, 15 combined, even with the 8-speed.

The four-wheel-drive system includes a low range, of course, as well as a locking center differential, a host of electronics to keep everything in line, and lots of ground clearance. A Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System stiffens the anti-roll bars when on the road, but can loosen the setup for more wheel articulation when off-roading.

Inside, this Land Cruiser doesn’t feel downright lavish, but it has plenty of space to sprawl out and Toyota did a great job keeping wind and road noise at bay. Fit, finish, and materials were initially a little questionable in places, especially considering the $70,000 price tag, and the third row doesn’t fold flat into the floor; instead, each seat swivels to the side, where they take up what would otherwise be usable cargo space. They do come out of the truck with a little more effort, however.

In 2010, Toyota upgraded the audio and infotainment systems and added a suite of safety systems. Then a refreshed Land Cruiser, with cosmetic changes inside and out, arrived for the 2013 model year. It was largely the same as the model that was introduced in 2008, though some upgrades brought modern connectivity to its infotainment system. A revised front end incorporated LED daytime running lights, and new panels beneath the bumpers offered better underbody protection.

Toyota added previously optional equipment like a center-console cooler to the standard-features list while also adding heated second-row seats, a new information display, voice activation, Bluetooth connectivity, and a rear DVD system.

Toyota made some significant changes to the Land Cruiser for 2016. In addition to the new 8-speed automatic transmission, the Land Cruiser adds a suite of active safety features, including an automatic braking system with pedestrian protection, lane-departure warnings, automatic high-beam headlights, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts.


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