The Toyota Land Cruiser is a functional car and that should be your reason for leasing one. While it offers comfort and enough mod-cons to keep anyone happy, it’s not going to be your go-to choice unless you’re putting it to regular use for its full potential. If you are, it remains as dominant as it ever has been.
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With an off-road heritage spanning more than 65 years, the Land Cruiser remains unique in its segment for its ability to combine outstanding quality, durability and reliability with unrivalled off-...
Toyota has announced that it is giving the Land Cruiser a light upgrade for 2015 with the addition of a new 2.8-litre diesel engine. Replacing the incumbent 3.0-litre diesel engine, the new powerpl...
Toyota has announced a series of improvements for its Land Cruiser with new styling, an improved interior and revised handling for the 2014 model year. The new Land Cruiser will be introduced in t...
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