Since 1951, the Toyota Land Cruiser is in production. It is the longest-produced Toyota vehicle. It has been in production since 2008, with a major refresh in 2016. Land Cruiser’s reputation for quality engineering and off-road ability have earned it loyal fans.
The Toyota Land Cruiser is loaded which is why it comes with a high price tag. This makes the Toyota Land Cruiser a great choice for people who want the best of both performance and features without having to go through all of the details. Because of its quality features, as well as the performance and comfort, the Land Cruiser is a popular choice. This isn’t likely to change.
Pricing and Trims
One fully loaded Land Cruiser trim is available. A Toyota Land Cruiser will cost consumers in the $85,000 to $85,000 range. It is a luxurious SUV that has exceptional off-road capability. The standard features are extensive. Exterior features include an electromechanical limited slip differential, 18 inch alloy wheels, full size spare stored underbody and three tow hooks. Tinted glass, fully automated LED headlights with automatic-leveling, LED brakelights, tilted glass, tinted glasses, fully-automatic LED side mirrors with turn indicator indicators and turn signal indicators, fully-automatic LED headlights and LED brakelights, dual wishbone front suspension with multi-link rear suspension. Coil springs, full time four-wheel drive, running board
The Land Cruiser’s interior features a 605-watt JBL soundsystem, 14 speakers, navigation and a 6.1-inch high resolution touchscreen. There are also CD/DVD/Audio players, HD Radio, HD Radio, perforated Leather upholstery, heated front seats, 10-way power driver seat and 8-way passenger seat. Front seat memory settings include 40/20/20 split-folding heated second row and fixed third row. Two 12V DC power outlets and one AC outlet. Four-zone climate control is available.
The Land Cruiser’s sturdy truck frame is infused with the latest safety tech to ensure safety. Toyota’s suite driver safety aids, including blind spot monitoring, lane departure alert, surround view camera and front and rear parking sensors, are standard features on the Land Cruiser. You also get curtain airbags in all three rows as well as knee and front side-impact airbags.
Engine and Performance
The Land Cruiser is powered by a powerful 5.7-liter dual overhead camshaft 32 valve V8 engine. Dual Independent Variable Timing with Intelligence makes it crank out 381 horsepower at 5600 RPM. The engine can pull and haul at 3,600 RPM, producing 401 pound-feet. It is coupled with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Land Cruiser features a four-wheel drive system that is fully automatic with Active Traction Control (also known as ATRAC). It also features a Torsen limited slip center differential with locking function to improve traction in slippery conditions.
The EPA estimates the Land Cruiser should return 13/18/15 mpg city/highway/combined.
The Land Cruiser’s off-road performance features are what define it, but the interior is just as important. The standard four-zone climate control ensures that all passengers are comfortable. For audio entertainment, passengers enjoy a JBL audio system. Split screen capabilities are available on the high-resolution touch screen.
A standard Smart Key system is available, as well as a lift gate with remote keyless entry and push-button start.
Power windows and power locks come standard. There is also an auto-dimming rearview mirror and an overhead console for sunglasses storage. Two 12V auxiliary power outlets are located in the center console, and one 120V AC power outlet is in the rear cargo area.