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For 2013, the Land Cruiser receives a host of new interior features and a slightly refreshed exterior design. New xenon headlights with integrated LED running lights, restyled taillights and a revised front grille mark the notable exterior changes. Inside, the 2013 Land Cruiser receives a new multimedia navigation system, perforated leather-trimmed seating surfaces, a color multi-information display and numerous interior trim updates.
The 2010 Land Cruiser now offers Toyota's Safety Connect telematics system. Available by subscription only, the system can detect when the airbags deploy and call for assistance, or help police track the vehicle if it is stolen. Also new is an upgraded audio system featuring a USB port and Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity.
For 2008, the Toyota Land Cruiser grows longer, wider and roomier. The new 5.7-liter V8 is one liter larger and produces 116 more horsepower. All-new front suspension, revised rear suspension and several new technological advancements combine to improve on-road ride without compromising off-road potential.
The 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser bears little resemblance to the Jeep-like military transport that debuted so many decades ago. Today, it's a luxurious transport for up to eight, a single model that, while pricey, can do just about anything you ask of it. And we do mean anything, because there is one thing today's modern, luxurious Toyota Land Cruiser shares with its ancestors: an uncanny off-road ability. Because, you see, unlike rivals like the Mercedes-Benz GL or Cadillac Escalade, this luxury SUV isn't afraid to get its shoes dirty. With a low-range transfer case, and a Multi-terrain Select system that's smart enough to know when to allow wheel slip and when to prevent it, there's little the 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser can't handle.View Toyota Land Cruiser vehicles for sale near you.
By A_E on Monday, March 19, 2012
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 38,000overall rating 9 of 10rating details
Pros: "Reliable, offroad capabilities, creature comforts"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"If you're obsessed with brands and bling then the Land Cruiser isn't for you. Spending $70K on a Toyota will make some people wince but you get what you pay for with the latest Land Cruiser. Living in Arizona this vehicle provides great flexibility, towing capacity, ability to transport 7 people and lots of creature comforts (Nav, DVD, keyless entry, Bluetooth, EXCEPTIONAL air conditioning and climate control, refrigerator built into the center console, etc.). But the real treat for those who like to go places that other vehicles won't take them is the Land Cruiser's ability to navigate rough terrain, ascend hills and provide great suspension. Again, if you want to showoff then go with a Mercedes, BMW, Porsche or other SUV that will get stuck in the mud. If you want a killer SUV and you're adventurous, then look into the Toyota Land Cruiser and start planning your camping, skiing, and other outdoor adventures!"
27 people out of 30 found this review helpful
By gymrat on Saturday, September 11, 2010
overall rating 10 of 10rating details
"About 6 months ago I got fed up and traded in my 08 Cadillac Escalade for the Land Cruiser as I was tired of the "little" problems that I kept having with the Cadillac. WOW the Land Cruiser doesn't disappoint, the interior fit and finish is light years better then the Escalades, I have yet to have any problem with the LC, whereas the Escalade was back to the dealer in the first 6 months several times from tire pressure sensors going out to broken door handles. The LC is EXPENSIVE, but after driving one, I wouldn't own anything other the a LC again."
8 people out of 9 found this review helpful
By Trekker.1970 on Tuesday, November 23, 2010
overall rating 8 of 10rating details
"Just got my third LC in 19 years. drove one '91 for 8 years (still running great, now it's my kid's car), a '99 (sold by itself, did not even need to offer it to anyone) and a 2011. I looked around, did research on other brands and each and every one has had its major flaws, from the low profile rims on the Range Rover to the puny suspension on the Q7. This car is worth every cent, great engine, comfy, stylish, excellent torque, with the addition of some really handy gadgets and more spacious seating - having 2 sons over 6'4" tall was another concern, not with the Land Cruiser. I'm up to my third and full of excitement."
23 people out of 27 found this review helpful