Toyota Land Cruiser

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Whether it’s tackling the rugged British countryside, providing 4x4 luxury on the school run or on peace keeping missions with the UN, the Toyota Land Cruiser is the omnipresent SUV.

  • Toyota Land Cruiser (03-09)

Whether it’s tackling the rugged British countryside, providing 4x4 luxury on the school run or on peace keeping missions with the UN, the Toyota Land Cruiser is the omnipresent SUV.

There’s a good reason for it too – reliability, meaning many years ago the Toyota Land Cruiser overtook the Land Rover Defender as the vehicle of choice for those who dwelled where roads are nothing more than rudimentary tracks.

Today’s Toyota Land Cruiser, launched back in 2009, rivals the likes of the Land Rover Discovery and Mitsubishi Shogun offering space, dependability and the ability to traverse difficult terrain.

These Land Cruisers are powered by 3-litre diesel engines serving up 187bhp and returning 34mpg in official fuel consumption tests.

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Most Popular New and Used Model Reviews

Toyota Land Cruiser Estate 2009 on

3.5 out of 5
Toyota Land Cruiser Estate 2009 on

New price range:
£33,480 - £53,705

Used price range:
£9,687 - £46,761

Amazingly capable in difficult terrain, very well equipped as standard, robust and reliable, seven seat option
Poor on road, vague and lifeless steering, sluggish performance, button-heavy dash

Toyota Land Cruiser Station Wagon 2003 - 2009

3.5 out of 5
Toyota Land Cruiser Station Wagon 2003 - 2009

New price range:
£24,350 - £39,495

Used price range:
£2,476 - £11,234

Genuinely capable off road, well equipped as standard, plenty of interior space, available with seven seats
Others are better on-road, bouncy ride

Toyota Land Cruiser Competitors

Land Rover Discovery

Land Rover Discovery

Volvo XC90

Volvo XC90