Toyota Land Cruiser

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none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
rational design allows for very fast service and time/mileage between required service is highly competitive.
new powertrain and updated features are excellent, yet it remains quiet and smooth - in its own class among large suvs.
with a 650nm torque and 4wd system it gives u immense driving pleasure and comfort, no matter the ride is on or off the road.
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the cabin comfort level is unsurpassed imho.
yes, it was alot of money, but it is great.
there is no way to remove the 2009 seats.
i love the rear tailgate, and again you may think you want a powered clamshell rear door, but a split tailgate is so useful in real life situations.
braking.
pros it is a toyota huge road presence riding comfort- both off road and on road.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
it is super quiet on the highway and this car just eats up miles!
mileage is exactly as advertised.
decent gas mileage.
the company guy said car can easily go through a water body upto 700mm.(never put it to test) one of the super cool featue is the crawl control feature.
unfortunately, over here in the us they don't get to work out like they're capable of, but still when it's needed, it's nice to know it's there: from snow to hauling to off road to just, knowing i won't really ever overload this thing with my four kids ou
$64,000 was the price and i question why i layed down that much money for this vehicle.
stable on road and off with plenty of power and braking.
while i understand why so many dislike the rather bland exterior styling, knock the plastic interior, and question the high price, one drive on and off the pavement will explain why this suv simply can not be matched by anything else on the road.
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
the suspension is double wishbone in front and four link coil spring at the rear.
yes, it was alot of money, but it is great.
the rear compartment could be bigger and the window controls on the driver's side requires your left wrist be double-jointed, but otherwise very pleased.
service and maintainance it is a bit expensive .
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
rational design allows for very fast service and time/mileage between required service is highly competitive.
after owning a 1999 toyota 4runner sr5 4x4 (which is a truely excellent mid-size suv), i decided to splurge and buy the 2007 toyota landcruiser.
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
very comfortable.
the only difference i have seen between the 1999 model and the 2007 model is they went from glass headlights to plastic and the interior leather is not as robust.
the vehicle just oozes quality and has all the latest electronic gizmos to boot.
if i didn't have young children who like to climb all over the seats in wet bathing suits and muddy shoes i might have been more inclined to drop $110k on the range rover, but i am a traditionalist i really like the old school look, durability and reliabi
if you're looking at an escalade or some other piece of crap from gm, reconsider after looking at the reliability and resale and what you can do with it other than drive around town and drop your kids off at soccer.
rational design allows for very fast service and time/mileage between required service is highly competitive.
plus the newer lc's have permanent 3rd row seats that you can't remove.
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
gas mileage is well below advertised range.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
rational design allows for very fast service and time/mileage between required service is highly competitive.
design is extremely sturdy and strong but heavy acceleration is remarkably good.
acceleration.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
service and maintainance it is a bit expensive .
my third land cruiser, starting out with the fj80 than the fj100 and now the fj200 - 2010 model year.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
i truly like the understated exterior styling as it does not draw attention.
$64,000 was the price and i question why i layed down that much money for this vehicle.
because it is a diesel powered car, the fuel consumption is much better than the gas models.
this one seems to know what is coming and gently accelerate or brake.
if you're looking at an escalade or some other piece of crap from gm, reconsider after looking at the reliability and resale and what you can do with it other than drive around town and drop your kids off at soccer.
it is the most comfortable and quiet drive ive ever experienced!
turned in under the lemon law...fuel gauge never worked properly and it just stopped one day...bmw gave me a 2006 version but i could never get comfortable with it and kept watching to see if it would light up...check engine soon.
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
it has great stability and efficiently corrects any tendency to sway in speedy curves.
while i understand why so many dislike the rather bland exterior styling, knock the plastic interior, and question the high price, one drive on and off the pavement will explain why this suv simply can not be matched by anything else on the road.
it is the most comfortable and quiet drive ive ever experienced!
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
boot is spectacular especially with the split doors which can be useful in many ways , easy loading of luggages as well as bench during hunting or a picnic.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the cabin comfort level is unsurpassed imho.
the suspension is double wishbone in front and four link coil spring at the rear.
i love the rear tailgate, and again you may think you want a powered clamshell rear door, but a split tailgate is so useful in real life situations.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
the 08 has better power, handling, off-road capabilities, more rugged, really sharp looking interior (and exterior).
powerful engine that makes ride butter smooth and absolutely no efforts.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
while i understand why so many dislike the rather bland exterior styling, knock the plastic interior, and question the high price, one drive on and off the pavement will explain why this suv simply can not be matched by anything else on the road.
have owned the car for 2k miles and love every drive i take.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
nothing is better than pulling up and the loud brake squeak comes with your stop.
the best suv on the road if what you're after is safe, reliable, comfortable performance.
i choose the '06 because of the 275 horse engine.
after replacement of shaft i have had no further problem.
didn't buy it new, so i can't comment on it's value vs new retail cost which is high, but i think this is a great all around truck.
no, mama probably won't always need it, but just in case it's nice to know you have it as long as you're spending the money.
didn't buy it new, so i can't comment on it's value vs new retail cost which is high, but i think this is a great all around truck.
$64,000 was the price and i question why i layed down that much money for this vehicle.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
service prices are quite reasonable.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
great roadability: steering brakes suspension.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
people who know quality and actually need an off road capable, snow/ice capable, towing capable, night on the town capable, kid capable - large suv will love their landcruiser.
the other big problem is that you cannot remove the 3rd row seats.
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
i like everything about the 08 lc (including the new design).
handling, comfort, conveniences, performance are all significantly upgraded in this generation of the lc.
mileage is 15.5 overall so far for blend of city/hwy.
i tow a large boat that was a problem for my 2000 lc - not a problem with the 08!
we feel very safe driving it.
after replacement of shaft i have had no further problem.
the suspension is double wishbone in front and four link coil spring at the rear.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
my old lc you could remove the seats in 2 minutes.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
the 08 has better power, handling, off-road capabilities, more rugged, really sharp looking interior (and exterior).
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
if you can afford it buy it i love cars and over the past ten years or so i have owned two gms, one ram, and four toyotas.
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
if the badge and the styling are the top priorities you are better off with a mercedes or land rover.
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
great roadability: steering brakes suspension.
rational design allows for very fast service and time/mileage between required service is highly competitive.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
toyota reliability, a decent 3rd row seat, lots of technology and creature comforts all in a vehicle trusted around the world to get people through any kind of terrain and weather.
while the gas mileage is nothing to brag about, the land cruiser offers so much more...luxury with flawless quality and dependability.
the lane departure warnings and driver alert warnings are important/useful safety aids.
on the performance side, i towed my boat this weekend with no problems 120 miles on the highway.
if you're looking at an escalade or some other piece of crap from gm, reconsider after looking at the reliability and resale and what you can do with it other than drive around town and drop your kids off at soccer.
didn't buy it new, so i can't comment on it's value vs new retail cost which is high, but i think this is a great all around truck.
i hesitated some because i liked my 2005 so much, but with about 1000 miles - no regrets in making the switch.
the roof hardware is very stout, no need to get a stronger thule support bracket, like i had to with my denali.
it is basically a cruise control set at very low speed.
like the car, car parts are also imported which makes them expensive.(i own a 2011 fortuner which is extremely cheap in terms of maintanance) but not as expensive like the german or british rivals.
many people would like to see toyota spruce the lc exterior up but you should look to purchase the lexus470 if that's more important to you.
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
i have had audi q7s with their brake jobs every 12000 miles and recalls.
if you want a large suv that doesn't seem gigantic like the sequoia or lincoln navigator, and some offroading or challenging environments are in your future, take a serious look at the lc.
i bought it based on these attributes but now i feel like i left a lot on the table in terms of style and features compaed to other similar vehicles.
the automatic brake thingy saved me front a very expensive accident!
if the badge and the styling are the top priorities you are better off with a mercedes or land rover.
i haul skis, golf clubs, luggage, go to costco, etc.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
great roadability: steering brakes suspension.
it's perfect size but it's very very expensive.plus researching the land cruiser has extremely good resale value .
the automatic brake thingy saved me front a very expensive accident!
i took off the running boards and ditched the 3rd row seats (which are worthless) to improve off-road ability and create more storage.
my experience with this vehicle is limited (500 miles), however what a great, powerful, solid, comfortable, well-built, technologicially superior, cutting edge, handsome "beast".
( as the interior is not upto the mark only when compared to its rivals like gl g-wagon porsche range rover) also keep in mind that it is neither made of bad quality nor of poor standards.
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
the lane departure warnings and driver alert warnings are important/useful safety aids.
traded 99 with 250k trouble free miles.
the only difference i have seen between the 1999 model and the 2007 model is they went from glass headlights to plastic and the interior leather is not as robust.
exterior sheet metal seems to be a little thin.
it uses denco gas pedal unlike other toyotas that were recalled due to their defective cts gas pedals.
i am getting 17.2 mpg city/hwy combined using premium.
a classy but understated go-anywhere vehicle with all the creature comforts you'd expect in a $65k suv.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
i went to my toyota dealer and found out a (tsb) technical service bulletin was issued on this problem.
i traded in another vehicle that i liked that got better fuel mileage(ram eco diesel), but the ownership costs of a toyota are among the best.
it is super quiet on the highway and this car just eats up miles!
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
the powertrain makes this land crusher incredibly fun to drive.
don't compare it with an innova or fortuner in maintanance cost.
5 drive modes - normal, eco, comfort, sports, sport +. 4 cameras makes it super cool to position the car.
a bit overpriced - due in part to air suspension and navigation system.
i did a lot of research and test drove every full size suv, before purchasing a 2014 land cruiser.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
handling, comfort, conveniences, performance are all significantly upgraded in this generation of the lc.
17 to 19 mpg.
if you are looking for luxury suv don't even look at anything else.
the second problem is the brakes.
however, as the lc200 dismal sales indicate, many people do not agree.
dealer blames it on dust.
after all, my mom's '99 lc just hit 300,000 miles; she's shooting for 1,000,000.
because it is a diesel powered car, the fuel consumption is much better than the gas models.
traded 99 with 250k trouble free miles.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
it is nice, don't get me wrong, but not even close to nice enough for this price...drove well in 10 minute test drive but wearing on my sense of value now after 7 months.
5 drive modes - normal, eco, comfort, sports, sport +. 4 cameras makes it super cool to position the car.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
you can't control the rear climate from the front seat and it could use more power.
i did a lot of research and test drove every full size suv, before purchasing a 2014 land cruiser.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
pros it is a toyota huge road presence riding comfort- both off road and on road.
the engine (4.5l v8 diesel) is quite and has a very minimal noise.
boot is spectacular especially with the split doors which can be useful in many ways , easy loading of luggages as well as bench during hunting or a picnic.
memory seats finally!
cons: 1)expensive in price .
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
gave my 2002 lc to my dad after 218,000 carefree miles.
service prices are quite reasonable.
i have had audi q7s with their brake jobs every 12000 miles and recalls.
didn't buy it new, so i can't comment on it's value vs new retail cost which is high, but i think this is a great all around truck.
thus, you loose a lot of storage and hauling room.
i didn't believe the electronic readout that showed 19.4 when i stopped for fuel as the low fuel light had come on, i used 19 gals of fuel and still had 6 gals left and put 380 miles on it and i could've gone nearly 500 miles on a tank - wow.
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
ram had frequent service visits.
"luxury not" when comparing vehicles: rubber and plasic abound in this vehicle interior, missing many interior features available on other suvs, has significant body roll and "floats" on highway.
1) why pay so much money for a toyota with bland styling?
the lane departure warnings and driver alert warnings are important/useful safety aids.
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
this one seems to know what is coming and gently accelerate or brake.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
around town i get around 14-15 mpg.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
i took off the running boards and ditched the 3rd row seats (which are worthless) to improve off-road ability and create more storage.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
design is extremely sturdy and strong but heavy acceleration is remarkably good.
again adding to the comfortable and sporty ride.
the new interior is three different colors and is like sitting in a cave.
the 275 hp engine responds well at any speed.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
it's so comfortable and fun to drive.
you can't control the rear climate from the front seat and it could use more power.
unfortunately, over here in the us they don't get to work out like they're capable of, but still when it's needed, it's nice to know it's there: from snow to hauling to off road to just, knowing i won't really ever overload this thing with my four kids ou
mileage is exactly as advertised.
i like everything about the 08 lc (including the new design).
i am completely secure in this vehicle in any terrain in any weather whether highway or outback.
a bit overpriced - due in part to air suspension and navigation system.
service and maintainance it is a bit expensive .
great performance and acceleration.
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
look all around the world to see what people drive when they actually need to get somewhere, instead of just showing off; you'll find in places like the middle east, australia and africa and in the antarctic, land cruisers are the vehicle of choice becaus
while i understand why so many dislike the rather bland exterior styling, knock the plastic interior, and question the high price, one drive on and off the pavement will explain why this suv simply can not be matched by anything else on the road.
the best suv on the road if what you're after is safe, reliable, comfortable performance.
new vehicle is a huge improvement in terms of interior and ride quality.
it does have its problems, climate control does not work well.
like the car, car parts are also imported which makes them expensive.(i own a 2011 fortuner which is extremely cheap in terms of maintanance) but not as expensive like the german or british rivals.
after replacement of shaft i have had no further problem.
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
hope the new one doesn't succumb to electronic complication.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
service and maintainance it is a bit expensive .
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
despite the issues we have with our truck, it is the best track in its class as far as exterior design, power and the way it drives - there is no other vehicle that i could compare lc200 to; the issues we had/have are the drive shaft that had to be replac
ram had frequent service visits.
i have had audi q7s with their brake jobs every 12000 miles and recalls.
very bad design.
i was over 20 mpg for a while.
while the interior is not on the level of a rover, this car always feels solid, unlike the rover.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
it is the most comfortable and quiet drive ive ever experienced!
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
we love the rugged exterior and simple elegant, durable interior.
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
would like to see front console cup holder lighting for night time driving and overhead spotlight buttons lit also.
new powertrain and updated features are excellent, yet it remains quiet and smooth - in its own class among large suvs.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
in the low drive function in mud, on uneven ground, and on rocky gravel the kdss suspension makes this car handle like a dream.
on the performance side, i towed my boat this weekend with no problems 120 miles on the highway.
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
when repairs were needed (which was often) the bills were frequently more than $1000-$2000.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
while the range rover has some impressive features i just didn't like the new look and found myself looking at used 2012 rovers.
no, mama probably won't always need it, but just in case it's nice to know you have it as long as you're spending the money.
mileage is 15.5 overall so far for blend of city/hwy.
we love the rugged exterior and simple elegant, durable interior.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
also, back seats adjust which is great for the kids.
my experience with this vehicle is limited (500 miles), however what a great, powerful, solid, comfortable, well-built, technologicially superior, cutting edge, handsome "beast".
the 08 has better power, handling, off-road capabilities, more rugged, really sharp looking interior (and exterior).
the land cruiser has the ability to cruise around town in style with almost 400 horses and and eight thousand pound towing capacity.
you can't control the rear climate from the front seat and it could use more power.
so long story short you're not paying for all of the msrp unless you keep it for a long time you're just paying for the depreciation of the vehicle if you look at it that way your not paying a lot for the best toyota out there.
my husband hates the navigation.
rational design allows for very fast service and time/mileage between required service is highly competitive.
cons: 1)expensive in price .
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
i love this land cruiser by more comfort was given and company took care for the customer by giving more relax modes in the car if we drive our car it cannot give pain because of more advanced tire soccer expansion and best
the 08 has better power, handling, off-road capabilities, more rugged, really sharp looking interior (and exterior).
i just returned from a trip and drove 75-80mph 90% of the time and got 19.74 mpg!
i went to my toyota dealer and found out a (tsb) technical service bulletin was issued on this problem.
the land cruiser has the ability to cruise around town in style with almost 400 horses and and eight thousand pound towing capacity.
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
it is super quiet on the highway and this car just eats up miles!
the interior of my old lc was a light tan.
after only 3,000 miles, i went back to toyota and another landcruiser.
it uses denco gas pedal unlike other toyotas that were recalled due to their defective cts gas pedals.
on the performance side, i towed my boat this weekend with no problems 120 miles on the highway.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
you can drive a hummer ... maybe get to where you want to go but you probably want to have your mechanic along - same thing goes with a jeep.
my kids like the dvd system.
unless you are planning an off road vacation to the baja spend your money elsewhere.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
despite the issues we have with our truck, it is the best track in its class as far as exterior design, power and the way it drives - there is no other vehicle that i could compare lc200 to; the issues we had/have are the drive shaft that had to be replac
riding experience.
the engine (4.5l v8 diesel) is quite and has a very minimal noise.
5 drive modes - normal, eco, comfort, sports, sport +. 4 cameras makes it super cool to position the car.
the other big problem is that you cannot remove the 3rd row seats.
i purchased the long bodied 8-seater and although this car is no beauty to look at, it is the best car i've ever owned, and most certainly the best of my suvs.
with a 650nm torque and 4wd system it gives u immense driving pleasure and comfort, no matter the ride is on or off the road.
despite the issues we have with our truck, it is the best track in its class as far as exterior design, power and the way it drives - there is no other vehicle that i could compare lc200 to; the issues we had/have are the drive shaft that had to be replac
i was over 20 mpg for a while.
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
ram had frequent service visits.
service and maintainance it is a bit expensive .
if you can afford it buy it i love cars and over the past ten years or so i have owned two gms, one ram, and four toyotas.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
if i didn't have young children who like to climb all over the seats in wet bathing suits and muddy shoes i might have been more inclined to drop $110k on the range rover, but i am a traditionalist i really like the old school look, durability and reliabi
look all around the world to see what people drive when they actually need to get somewhere, instead of just showing off; you'll find in places like the middle east, australia and africa and in the antarctic, land cruisers are the vehicle of choice becaus
the transmission (6-speed automatic, full-time 4wd) is smooth and is perfect both on road and off road purpose without any difficulty.
it was made for inclement weather.
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
great performance and acceleration.
after replacement of shaft i have had no further problem.
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
it has great stability and efficiently corrects any tendency to sway in speedy curves.
i took off the running boards and ditched the 3rd row seats (which are worthless) to improve off-road ability and create more storage.
on the performance side, i towed my boat this weekend with no problems 120 miles on the highway.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
if you're driving you cannot use the nav.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
seems solid with 7,880 problem free miles thus far.
$64,000 was the price and i question why i layed down that much money for this vehicle.
i purchased the long bodied 8-seater and although this car is no beauty to look at, it is the best car i've ever owned, and most certainly the best of my suvs.
the land cruiser has the ability to cruise around town in style with almost 400 horses and and eight thousand pound towing capacity.
the adaptive cruise control on the early edition was overly sensitive.
don't compare it with an innova or fortuner in maintanance cost.
i went to my toyota dealer and found out a (tsb) technical service bulletin was issued on this problem.
it's perfect size but it's very very expensive.plus researching the land cruiser has extremely good resale value .
ride is smooth and quiet for this type of vehicle.
a solid, reliable, comfortable vehicle that, while missing some of the fluff of similar vehicles, does everything pretty well.
i traded in another vehicle that i liked that got better fuel mileage(ram eco diesel), but the ownership costs of a toyota are among the best.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
service prices are quite reasonable.
on the performance side, i towed my boat this weekend with no problems 120 miles on the highway.
i bought it based on these attributes but now i feel like i left a lot on the table in terms of style and features compaed to other similar vehicles.
i didn't believe the electronic readout that showed 19.4 when i stopped for fuel as the low fuel light had come on, i used 19 gals of fuel and still had 6 gals left and put 380 miles on it and i could've gone nearly 500 miles on a tank - wow.
turned in under the lemon law...fuel gauge never worked properly and it just stopped one day...bmw gave me a 2006 version but i could never get comfortable with it and kept watching to see if it would light up...check engine soon.
many people would like to see toyota spruce the lc exterior up but you should look to purchase the lexus470 if that's more important to you.
it is by far the most well-designed suv i have driven and would recommend it to anyone with the need to go off-road and do it in comfort.
the adaptive cruise control on the early edition was overly sensitive.
new vehicle is a huge improvement in terms of interior and ride quality.
can hardly keep the little woman up front as she loves the entertainment system in the back.
design is extremely sturdy and strong but heavy acceleration is remarkably good.
don't compare it with an innova or fortuner in maintanance cost.
we all know these trucks suck gas.
if you want a large suv that doesn't seem gigantic like the sequoia or lincoln navigator, and some offroading or challenging environments are in your future, take a serious look at the lc.
i did a lot of resaearch and was awed by the reliability ratings of this vehicle and the reputation.
the kids love the rear seat entertainment system.
toyota reliability, a decent 3rd row seat, lots of technology and creature comforts all in a vehicle trusted around the world to get people through any kind of terrain and weather.
with a 650nm torque and 4wd system it gives u immense driving pleasure and comfort, no matter the ride is on or off the road.
i traded in another vehicle that i liked that got better fuel mileage(ram eco diesel), but the ownership costs of a toyota are among the best.
the cabin comfort level is unsurpassed imho.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the only problem with this situation is that although my heart would love to look at a newer lc my head says no way.
the kids love the rear seat entertainment system.
unless you are planning an off road vacation to the baja spend your money elsewhere.
don't compare it with an innova or fortuner in maintanance cost.
new powertrain and updated features are excellent, yet it remains quiet and smooth - in its own class among large suvs.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
i went to my toyota dealer and found out a (tsb) technical service bulletin was issued on this problem.
in the low drive function in mud, on uneven ground, and on rocky gravel the kdss suspension makes this car handle like a dream.
while i understand why so many dislike the rather bland exterior styling, knock the plastic interior, and question the high price, one drive on and off the pavement will explain why this suv simply can not be matched by anything else on the road.
as for off-roading, we utilize the lc's very capable off road 4wd system as we have mountain land and use it to get thru mud, snow, etc.
unfortunately, over here in the us they don't get to work out like they're capable of, but still when it's needed, it's nice to know it's there: from snow to hauling to off road to just, knowing i won't really ever overload this thing with my four kids ou
the suspension is double wishbone in front and four link coil spring at the rear.
my husband hates the navigation.
toyota reliability, a decent 3rd row seat, lots of technology and creature comforts all in a vehicle trusted around the world to get people through any kind of terrain and weather.
quiet.
because it is a diesel powered car, the fuel consumption is much better than the gas models.
rational design allows for very fast service and time/mileage between required service is highly competitive.
the roof hardware is very stout, no need to get a stronger thule support bracket, like i had to with my denali.
plus the newer lc's have permanent 3rd row seats that you can't remove.
quiet.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
i went to my toyota dealer and found out a (tsb) technical service bulletin was issued on this problem.
1) why pay so much money for a toyota with bland styling?
when repairs were needed (which was often) the bills were frequently more than $1000-$2000.
very bad design.
after owning a 1999 toyota 4runner sr5 4x4 (which is a truely excellent mid-size suv), i decided to splurge and buy the 2007 toyota landcruiser.
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
you can drive a hummer ... maybe get to where you want to go but you probably want to have your mechanic along - same thing goes with a jeep.
unless you are planning an off road vacation to the baja spend your money elsewhere.
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
i am getting 17.2 mpg city/hwy combined using premium.
i tow a large boat that was a problem for my 2000 lc - not a problem with the 08!
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
the vehicle just oozes quality and has all the latest electronic gizmos to boot.
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
service prices are quite reasonable.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
actually looked at the newer lc's but don't like the style as it looks basically like every other suv from toyota (highlander, sequoia, etc.).
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
better acceleration than the 235 hp for earlier years.
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
the new interior is three different colors and is like sitting in a cave.
the land cruiser has the ability to cruise around town in style with almost 400 horses and and eight thousand pound towing capacity.
nothing is better than pulling up and the loud brake squeak comes with your stop.
new powertrain and updated features are excellent, yet it remains quiet and smooth - in its own class among large suvs.
ram had frequent service visits.
i tow a large boat that was a problem for my 2000 lc - not a problem with the 08!
5 drive modes - normal, eco, comfort, sports, sport +. 4 cameras makes it super cool to position the car.
service prices are quite reasonable.
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
would like to see front console cup holder lighting for night time driving and overhead spotlight buttons lit also.
i just returned from a trip and drove 75-80mph 90% of the time and got 19.74 mpg!
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
better acceleration than the 235 hp for earlier years.
this is such an improvement in all the things that make a long drive comfortable or not.
17 to 19 mpg.
the engine (4.5l v8 diesel) is quite and has a very minimal noise.
i didn't believe the electronic readout that showed 19.4 when i stopped for fuel as the low fuel light had come on, i used 19 gals of fuel and still had 6 gals left and put 380 miles on it and i could've gone nearly 500 miles on a tank - wow.
rational design allows for very fast service and time/mileage between required service is highly competitive.
traded 99 with 250k trouble free miles.
since i have purchased this truck i have had on a had on and off squeaky brakes.
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
and the styling is regretable, unfortunately.
i hesitated some because i liked my 2005 so much, but with about 1000 miles - no regrets in making the switch.
a bit overpriced - due in part to air suspension and navigation system.
actually looked at the newer lc's but don't like the style as it looks basically like every other suv from toyota (highlander, sequoia, etc.).
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
the only difference i have seen between the 1999 model and the 2007 model is they went from glass headlights to plastic and the interior leather is not as robust.
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
great roadability: steering brakes suspension.
so long story short you're not paying for all of the msrp unless you keep it for a long time you're just paying for the depreciation of the vehicle if you look at it that way your not paying a lot for the best toyota out there.
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
stable on road and off with plenty of power and braking.
service and maintainance it is a bit expensive .
around town i get around 14-15 mpg.
within a day of the purchase, i found myself planning trips that i hadn't been on since i sold my tacoma 4x4 in 2001.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
also, the clam shell trunk is great; sit on the fold down half to put on waders, while the fold up half provides shelter from the rain.
i do love the comfort and the room.
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
ride is smooth and quiet for this type of vehicle.
many people would like to see toyota spruce the lc exterior up but you should look to purchase the lexus470 if that's more important to you.
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
the only difference i have seen between the 1999 model and the 2007 model is they went from glass headlights to plastic and the interior leather is not as robust.
if allowed by your local dealer, i urge you to test drive it off the road for a true experience.
it is nice, don't get me wrong, but not even close to nice enough for this price...drove well in 10 minute test drive but wearing on my sense of value now after 7 months.
it has the curves that gies with the boxy design.
1) why pay so much money for a toyota with bland styling?
it has the curves that gies with the boxy design.
service prices are quite reasonable.
my last was a 2006 (last generation) and i was not happy with it trading it in after less than a year.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
and the styling is regretable, unfortunately.
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
the powertrain makes this land crusher incredibly fun to drive.
off road it lives up to its reputation.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
if you're driving you cannot use the nav.
1) why pay so much money for a toyota with bland styling?
only had to replace the timing belt and water pump at 100 and 200.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
you can't control the rear climate from the front seat and it could use more power.




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the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
it is basically a cruise control set at very low speed.
only had to replace the timing belt and water pump at 100 and 200.
there is no way to remove the 2009 seats.
unfortunately, over here in the us they don't get to work out like they're capable of, but still when it's needed, it's nice to know it's there: from snow to hauling to off road to just, knowing i won't really ever overload this thing with my four kids ou
braking.
the other big problem is that you cannot remove the 3rd row seats.
the 08 has better power, handling, off-road capabilities, more rugged, really sharp looking interior (and exterior).
boot is spectacular especially with the split doors which can be useful in many ways , easy loading of luggages as well as bench during hunting or a picnic.
great roadability: steering brakes suspension.
despite the issues we have with our truck, it is the best track in its class as far as exterior design, power and the way it drives - there is no other vehicle that i could compare lc200 to; the issues we had/have are the drive shaft that had to be replac
i didn't believe the electronic readout that showed 19.4 when i stopped for fuel as the low fuel light had come on, i used 19 gals of fuel and still had 6 gals left and put 380 miles on it and i could've gone nearly 500 miles on a tank - wow.
the automatic brake thingy saved me front a very expensive accident!
this suv is such a great combination of having a truck and luxury at the same time.
the roof hardware is very stout, no need to get a stronger thule support bracket, like i had to with my denali.
on the performance side, i towed my boat this weekend with no problems 120 miles on the highway.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
the only difference i have seen between the 1999 model and the 2007 model is they went from glass headlights to plastic and the interior leather is not as robust.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
boot is spectacular especially with the split doors which can be useful in many ways , easy loading of luggages as well as bench during hunting or a picnic.
this is the best an suv can get.
the best suv on the road if what you're after is safe, reliable, comfortable performance.
great performance and acceleration.
while i understand why so many dislike the rather bland exterior styling, knock the plastic interior, and question the high price, one drive on and off the pavement will explain why this suv simply can not be matched by anything else on the road.
the 275 hp engine responds well at any speed.
the adaptive cruise control on the early edition was overly sensitive.
the cabin comfort level is unsurpassed imho.
i choose the '06 because of the 275 horse engine.
while i understand why so many dislike the rather bland exterior styling, knock the plastic interior, and question the high price, one drive on and off the pavement will explain why this suv simply can not be matched by anything else on the road.
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the 275 hp engine responds well at any speed.
the second problem is the brakes.
the interior of my old lc was a light tan.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
unfortunately, over here in the us they don't get to work out like they're capable of, but still when it's needed, it's nice to know it's there: from snow to hauling to off road to just, knowing i won't really ever overload this thing with my four kids ou
i am completely secure in this vehicle in any terrain in any weather whether highway or outback.
the new interior is three different colors and is like sitting in a cave.
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
i have had audi q7s with their brake jobs every 12000 miles and recalls.
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
it's perfect size but it's very very expensive.plus researching the land cruiser has extremely good resale value .
the kids love the rear seat entertainment system.
the 275 hp engine responds well at any speed.
plus the newer lc's have permanent 3rd row seats that you can't remove.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
it does have its problems, climate control does not work well.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the vehicle just oozes quality and has all the latest electronic gizmos to boot.
if you want a large suv that doesn't seem gigantic like the sequoia or lincoln navigator, and some offroading or challenging environments are in your future, take a serious look at the lc.
nothing is better than pulling up and the loud brake squeak comes with your stop.
also, the clam shell trunk is great; sit on the fold down half to put on waders, while the fold up half provides shelter from the rain.
stable on road and off with plenty of power and braking.
acceleration.
you can't control the rear climate from the front seat and it could use more power.
better acceleration than the 235 hp for earlier years.
i did a lot of research and test drove every full size suv, before purchasing a 2014 land cruiser.
hope the new one doesn't succumb to electronic complication.
much better on road and off road then any other suv we have looked at.
it is also a plus that it appears modest compared to similar luxury suv's; this definitely helps if you want to keep a low profile.
the powertrain makes this land crusher incredibly fun to drive.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
it is basically a cruise control set at very low speed.
the 275 hp engine responds well at any speed.
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
i bought the 2009 lc for the new engine and transmission which are outstanding.
while i understand why so many dislike the rather bland exterior styling, knock the plastic interior, and question the high price, one drive on and off the pavement will explain why this suv simply can not be matched by anything else on the road.
my kids like the dvd system.
if you want luxury opt for lexus 470 which is exactly same under the hood as well as quality but phenomenal in terms of luxury and is available in india.
the transmission (6-speed automatic, full-time 4wd) is smooth and is perfect both on road and off road purpose without any difficulty.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
the kids love the rear seat entertainment system.
the lane departure warnings and driver alert warnings are important/useful safety aids.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
5 drive modes - normal, eco, comfort, sports, sport +. 4 cameras makes it super cool to position the car.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
the best suv on the road if what you're after is safe, reliable, comfortable performance.
i traded in another vehicle that i liked that got better fuel mileage(ram eco diesel), but the ownership costs of a toyota are among the best.
handling, comfort, conveniences, performance are all significantly upgraded in this generation of the lc.
we purchased this truck and sold my s430 mercedes for the space.
new powertrain and updated features are excellent, yet it remains quiet and smooth - in its own class among large suvs.
i now understand the reviewers that describe this suv as being carved out of a single slab of granite.
despite the issues we have with our truck, it is the best track in its class as far as exterior design, power and the way it drives - there is no other vehicle that i could compare lc200 to; the issues we had/have are the drive shaft that had to be replac
( as the interior is not upto the mark only when compared to its rivals like gl g-wagon porsche range rover) also keep in mind that it is neither made of bad quality nor of poor standards.
great roadability: steering brakes suspension.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
memory seats finally!
black dash?
after owning a 1999 toyota 4runner sr5 4x4 (which is a truely excellent mid-size suv), i decided to splurge and buy the 2007 toyota landcruiser.
braking.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
only problem experienced is squeak in dash.
it is basically a cruise control set at very low speed.
i love the rear tailgate, and again you may think you want a powered clamshell rear door, but a split tailgate is so useful in real life situations.
every handle, button, lever feels precise, solid, and overengineered to perfection.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
the engine (4.5l v8 diesel) is quite and has a very minimal noise.
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
would like to see front console cup holder lighting for night time driving and overhead spotlight buttons lit also.
if you are looking for luxury suv don't even look at anything else.
i bought the 2009 lc for the new engine and transmission which are outstanding.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
actually looked at the newer lc's but don't like the style as it looks basically like every other suv from toyota (highlander, sequoia, etc.).
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
thus, you loose a lot of storage and hauling room.
if you're driving you cannot use the nav.
got stuck only once because i forgot how to lock the differential.
the engine (4.5l v8 diesel) is quite and has a very minimal noise.
turned in under the lemon law...fuel gauge never worked properly and it just stopped one day...bmw gave me a 2006 version but i could never get comfortable with it and kept watching to see if it would light up...check engine soon.
nothing is better than pulling up and the loud brake squeak comes with your stop.
the only difference i have seen between the 1999 model and the 2007 model is they went from glass headlights to plastic and the interior leather is not as robust.
stable on road and off with plenty of power and braking.
you can't control the rear climate from the front seat and it could use more power.
this one seems to know what is coming and gently accelerate or brake.
got stuck only once because i forgot how to lock the differential.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
look and style ithas the best look and stylish body .........with superbb power comfort exxcelent pickup superb mileage it usuallu get from6 to7km/l best features all needs to improve nothing to inprove in it...always the best overall experience niceeeeee
the automatic brake thingy saved me front a very expensive accident!
the automatic brake thingy saved me front a very expensive accident!
i love the rear tailgate, and again you may think you want a powered clamshell rear door, but a split tailgate is so useful in real life situations.
a classy but understated go-anywhere vehicle with all the creature comforts you'd expect in a $65k suv.
stable on road and off with plenty of power and braking.
design is extremely sturdy and strong but heavy acceleration is remarkably good.
after owning a 1999 toyota 4runner sr5 4x4 (which is a truely excellent mid-size suv), i decided to splurge and buy the 2007 toyota landcruiser.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
all other $60k suv offering have left this one in thier dust.
following up on my post from may of 2011, i can report that this suv has performed flawlessly and other than a few nits, reliability has been outstanding.
can hardly keep the little woman up front as she loves the entertainment system in the back.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
the second problem is the brakes.
toyota reliability, a decent 3rd row seat, lots of technology and creature comforts all in a vehicle trusted around the world to get people through any kind of terrain and weather.
fine balance in very windy conditions.
a bit overpriced - due in part to air suspension and navigation system.
braking.
great roadability: steering brakes suspension.
the fix was to replace the drive shaft under drivetrain warranty at no cost.
since i have purchased this truck i have had on a had on and off squeaky brakes.
exterior sheet metal seems to be a little thin.
the lane departure warnings and driver alert warnings are important/useful safety aids.
some call it as a ship of the dessert, u won't correct them if u hav seen them gliding through the sand.
if you want a large suv that doesn't seem gigantic like the sequoia or lincoln navigator, and some offroading or challenging environments are in your future, take a serious look at the lc.
great performance and acceleration.
a bit overpriced - due in part to air suspension and navigation system.
my husband hates the navigation.
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
stable on road and off with plenty of power and braking.
the suspension is double wishbone in front and four link coil spring at the rear.
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
great roadability: steering brakes suspension.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
with a 650nm torque and 4wd system it gives u immense driving pleasure and comfort, no matter the ride is on or off the road.
as for off-roading, we utilize the lc's very capable off road 4wd system as we have mountain land and use it to get thru mud, snow, etc.
i haul skis, golf clubs, luggage, go to costco, etc.
the vehicle just oozes quality and has all the latest electronic gizmos to boot.
this vehicle is, by far, the most reliable & able suv in the world.
would like to see front console cup holder lighting for night time driving and overhead spotlight buttons lit also.
nothing is better than pulling up and the loud brake squeak comes with your stop.
you can't control the rear climate from the front seat and it could use more power.
as for off-roading, we utilize the lc's very capable off road 4wd system as we have mountain land and use it to get thru mud, snow, etc.
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
if you're driving you cannot use the nav.
i purchased the long bodied 8-seater and although this car is no beauty to look at, it is the best car i've ever owned, and most certainly the best of my suvs.
powerful engine that makes ride butter smooth and absolutely no efforts.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
if i didn't have young children who like to climb all over the seats in wet bathing suits and muddy shoes i might have been more inclined to drop $110k on the range rover, but i am a traditionalist i really like the old school look, durability and reliabi
the land cruiser has the ability to cruise around town in style with almost 400 horses and and eight thousand pound towing capacity.
i took off the running boards and ditched the 3rd row seats (which are worthless) to improve off-road ability and create more storage.
also, back seats adjust which is great for the kids.
the 08 has better power, handling, off-road capabilities, more rugged, really sharp looking interior (and exterior).
turned in under the lemon law...fuel gauge never worked properly and it just stopped one day...bmw gave me a 2006 version but i could never get comfortable with it and kept watching to see if it would light up...check engine soon.
the suspension is double wishbone in front and four link coil spring at the rear.
i didn't believe the electronic readout that showed 19.4 when i stopped for fuel as the low fuel light had come on, i used 19 gals of fuel and still had 6 gals left and put 380 miles on it and i could've gone nearly 500 miles on a tank - wow.
this suv feels like it will run forever.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
i began the search leaning towards a full size range rover, i also looked at the mercedes gl which is a great suv.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
with a 650nm torque and 4wd system it gives u immense driving pleasure and comfort, no matter the ride is on or off the road.
i took off the running boards and ditched the 3rd row seats (which are worthless) to improve off-road ability and create more storage.
simply a magnificent machine!
new vehicle is a huge improvement in terms of interior and ride quality.
this one seems to know what is coming and gently accelerate or brake.
my husband hates the navigation.
only repair was overpriced starter replacement.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
thus, you loose a lot of storage and hauling room.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
good vehicle for hauling lots of stuff.
i took off the running boards and ditched the 3rd row seats (which are worthless) to improve off-road ability and create more storage.
plus the newer lc's have permanent 3rd row seats that you can't remove.
toyota improved on not only the previous generation, but other leading all-wheel drive brands that i examined.
however, as the lc200 dismal sales indicate, many people do not agree.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
none of the fancy features (aside from maybe the ahc), aluminum exterior trim, or status badges of other suvs in it's class but the vehicle to buy if you want to make a smart purchase that will always deliver safety, reliability and comfort all while main
when you add it all up, this is the finest large suv out there!
the only difference i have seen between the 1999 model and the 2007 model is they went from glass headlights to plastic and the interior leather is not as robust.
it uses denco gas pedal unlike other toyotas that were recalled due to their defective cts gas pedals.
as this is not a car the perfect definition of an suv huge and can go anywhere and i mean it it can go anywhere forget about the fake ads of rovet and all the real king of
better acceleration than the 235 hp for earlier years.
we love the rugged exterior and simple elegant, durable interior.
nothing is better than pulling up and the loud brake squeak comes with your stop.
the lane departure warnings and driver alert warnings are important/useful safety aids.
i have had audi q7s with their brake jobs every 12000 miles and recalls.
"luxury not" when comparing vehicles: rubber and plasic abound in this vehicle interior, missing many interior features available on other suvs, has significant body roll and "floats" on highway.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
people who know quality and actually need an off road capable, snow/ice capable, towing capable, night on the town capable, kid capable - large suv will love their landcruiser.
new powertrain and updated features are excellent, yet it remains quiet and smooth - in its own class among large suvs.
the other big problem is that you cannot remove the 3rd row seats.
the transmission (6-speed automatic, full-time 4wd) is smooth and is perfect both on road and off road purpose without any difficulty.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
while the interior is not on the level of a rover, this car always feels solid, unlike the rover.
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
my old lc you could remove the seats in 2 minutes.
i have had audi q7s with their brake jobs every 12000 miles and recalls.
got stuck only once because i forgot how to lock the differential.
all gadgets you need in a luxury car is equipped in this fortress.
great suv this is our first land cruiser and we truly love it.
after driving for a few months i am disappointed in the lack of some basic features one would expect in a $60k luxury suv.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
would like to see front console cup holder lighting for night time driving and overhead spotlight buttons lit also.
the powertrain makes this land crusher incredibly fun to drive.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
the suspension is double wishbone in front and four link coil spring at the rear.
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
the over sized navigation screen, the electric beverage cooler in the center console, smart key, a huge moon roof!
i began the search leaning towards a full size range rover, i also looked at the mercedes gl which is a great suv.
i liked my 1997 and my 2007 much better in that regard, but because of what's under the hood ^ how they're designed, it's well worth it.
with a 650nm torque and 4wd system it gives u immense driving pleasure and comfort, no matter the ride is on or off the road.
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
i did a lot of research and test drove every full size suv, before purchasing a 2014 land cruiser.
the interior of my old lc was a light tan.
the rear compartment could be bigger and the window controls on the driver's side requires your left wrist be double-jointed, but otherwise very pleased.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
the transmission (6-speed automatic, full-time 4wd) is smooth and is perfect both on road and off road purpose without any difficulty.
in the low drive function in mud, on uneven ground, and on rocky gravel the kdss suspension makes this car handle like a dream.
the automatic brake thingy saved me front a very expensive accident!
in the low drive function in mud, on uneven ground, and on rocky gravel the kdss suspension makes this car handle like a dream.
the lane departure warnings and driver alert warnings are important/useful safety aids.
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
the new interior is three different colors and is like sitting in a cave.
toyota reliability, a decent 3rd row seat, lots of technology and creature comforts all in a vehicle trusted around the world to get people through any kind of terrain and weather.
automatic headlamps (projector with leds) with headlight washers and all the essentials you need.
the only problem i have with this truck is that the luxury features you would expect to find for that kind of money just aren't there, no cooled seats, no automatic doors, no automatic headlights - at least in my model year.
secondly, i already replaced the belt: around 20,000 miles it started making a noise; thirdly every other time i lift this truck to rotate tires (i like to do a simple maintenance myself), after i need to take it to the dealer to recalibrate suspension as
this vehicle is expressed as a driver the massive v8 and the reliability of toyota cars cannot be land cruiser 200 is the oldest car from toyota itself and flagship model of toyota it rules the terrains with its humongous alloys and also have a sunroof to
unfortunately, over here in the us they don't get to work out like they're capable of, but still when it's needed, it's nice to know it's there: from snow to hauling to off road to just, knowing i won't really ever overload this thing with my four kids ou
i love this land cruiser by more comfort was given and company took care for the customer by giving more relax modes in the car if we drive our car it cannot give pain because of more advanced tire soccer expansion and best
the roof hardware is very stout, no need to get a stronger thule support bracket, like i had to with my denali.
the only difference i have seen between the 1999 model and the 2007 model is they went from glass headlights to plastic and the interior leather is not as robust.
unfortunately, over here in the us they don't get to work out like they're capable of, but still when it's needed, it's nice to know it's there: from snow to hauling to off road to just, knowing i won't really ever overload this thing with my four kids ou
since i have purchased this truck i have had on a had on and off squeaky brakes.
the interior is a nice brown colured (also available in beige and black) leather seats which super comfortable and equipped with heaters.3 power outlets can be found(12v + 12v + 220v ac{boot}), which quite handy in many ways.
some specifics that i miss in this suv versus my last one (and others i consdiered): -no dual climate control -no heated rear seats -unattractive exterior styling -handles poorly...lots of sway -sound system poor especially when driving with windows open
this one seems to know what is coming and gently accelerate or brake.
it is by far the most well-designed suv i have driven and would recommend it to anyone with the need to go off-road and do it in comfort.
my kids like the dvd system.
no electric parking brake, a simple key, a cable controlled shift lever, hydraulic suspension...
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin
ggggbbbmkjhhyuuujjjhgdxcghjkmbgtfdsstyjbf dg ghhhj this beast is unquestionably but driving it for 2 i can say i am proud that i made a good the ride quality of toyota land cruiser is superb and so the towing capability as the litre 265bhp v8 diesel engin

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