New Toyota Land Cruiser Quotes

Performance

The Toyota Land Cruiser is a vehicle built to handle any conditions. The car’s main focus is reliability. The cars rugged build quality is highly regarded and its ability to trek through difficult terrain is hugely impressive, helped greatly by its sophisticated use of off-road systems to handle seemingly impossible ground. There’s only one engine choice for the Land Cruiser and it’s a 3.0-litre turbodiesel with 182bhp and 420Nm of shove at 3000rpm.

Running Costs

For a large 4x4, the Land Cruiser is a surprisingly rewarding car in terms of running costs when considering a car of its size. The diesel engine manages 34.8mpg combined while CO2 emissions are 213g/km. Although these figures seem fairly low, considering the size of the vehicle, and the potential of the terrain it can tackle, the Land Cruiser more than makes up for its reasonably expensive running costs with power and the force to tackle any conditions.

Equipment

The Land Cruiser has various levels of trims available, all featuring a very impressive list of features. The LC3 version of the Toyota Land Cruiser comes with mud flaps, scuff plates and side steps, front fog lights, headlight washers, roof rails, remote central locking, Downhill Assist Control, air conditioning, electric windows of the all-round and 17-inch alloy wheels. The LC4 version adds front and rear parking sensors, electronic traffic avoidance, blind spot alert, satellite navigation, leather upholstery and automatic headlights and wipers. The top spec LC5 model adds Multi-Terrain Select that tailors the car to the conditions it’s driving in.