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Toyota LandCruiser Used Car Review

When 13 Toyota LandCruisers were imported to Australia in 1958 to serve as workhorses on the Snowy Hydro Scheme and various mining and construction projects, the off-roader's reputation for robustness and ruggedness was born. Today, it's still considered by many to be the 4WD benchmark, despite the latest-generation LandCruiser - the 200 series - having been on sale since 2007. Its mighty size allows it to carry vast amounts of cargo or up to eight people in GXL, VX or flagship Sahara form. Performance comes from a choice of V8s - the more powerful 4.6-litre petrol or more fuel efficient and torquier 4.5-litre turbo diesel.

Pros

Cons

  • Supreme off-road ability; comfortable on the road
  • Vast dealer network great for spares throughout Australia
  • Effortless, refined V8 turbo diesel
  • Cavernous cabin; most versions seat up to eight people
  • Huge size can make it feel cumbersome in cities/towns
  • Expensive pricing, with top-spec Sahara above $100K
  • Thirsty petrol V8
  • 200-series getting old, having launched in 2007
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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2019 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl (4x4) 5 Sp Manual Double C/chas

  • 127000 km
  • Ute
  • Manual
  • 8 cyl 4.5L

Toyota land cruiser 79 series 2019 build The car was built by Norweld for the 2019 farmfest Price: $135,000 - without the canopy $155,000- with canopy ▪️It has 3900 pre rego gvm up grade Jmacx rear diff ▪️Safari snorkel ▪️Norweld delux tray ▪️17” PCOR rims ▪️35” Mickey Thomason tires ▪️fully sound deadening cab ▪️PVS stereo(like an iPad) with hemma maps ▪️speaker pods on all doors two way ▪️ long range cell phone booster ▪️centre console roof console ▪️ upgraded front seats ▪️airba

$135,000
Rosewood, QLD

6 hours ago

2020 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl (4x4) 5 Sp Manual Double C/chas

  • 70000 km
  • Ute
  • Manual
  • 8 cyl 4.5L

2020 graphite dual cab 75,000 km serviced every 10,000km have records Band new bf Goodrich km3s on roh vapour rims Gsl 4” turbo back exhaust Gsl tune tuned to 230hp Npc1300 nm clutch Gme xrs uhf Kenwood head unit Cruiser console center console Door speakers reverse camera Dual batteries Pvs 200 series steering wheel Secondary fuel filter and catch can fitted from brand new Rhino rack roof rack Stedi light bar on roof Stedi driving lights on bull bar Black duck seat covers fitted from brand new

$95,000Negotiable
Grafton, NSW

24/04/2022

2020 Toyota Landcruiser 79 Gxl (4x4) 5 Sp Manual Double C/chas

  • 44000 km
  • Ute
  • Manual
  • 8 cyl 4.5L

2020 Landcruiser 79 Series GXL Dual Cab (build date Oct 2020, registered December 2020) Silver Pearl with 44,000km. Still has 6 year Toyota Warranty and always serviced on time with Toyota dealer (log book filled out) Vehicle TJM Bullbar, side rails and side steps TJM Snorkel Provent 200 Catch Can (installed from new) Torqit Throttle Controller Denim Seat Covers custom fitted Speedo Correction kit (speedo reads correctly for 35” tyres fitted) 2 x Ultravision Nitro 180 Maxx Spolights 1 x Ultrav

$139,000
Baldivis, WA

22/04/2022

2012 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl (4x4) 5 Sp Manual C/chas

  • 200000 km
  • Ute
  • Manual
  • 8 cyl 4.5L

Toyota Landcruiser 79 series New 4 inch lift New 35s & new rims, with the offset to correct the rear Brand New GXL seats Snorkel 3 inch exhaust Arb Bullbar Spotlights Tray recently repainted 5 year warranty 200kms Ute is in immaculate condition inside & out, full log book service history with Toyota.

$62,500
Baldivis, WA

18/04/2022

2020 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl (4x4) 5 Sp Manual Double C/chas

  • 23000 km
  • Ute
  • Manual

Just like a brand new Dual Cab LC 79 series, completely set up and ready to go. Non Standard accessories include: * Towing ECU tune/remap by Roo Systems Australia - Dyno readout provided * NPC 1300nm heavy duty clutch with Billet Flywheel * 3.5 inch Legendex exhaust (standard exhaust in storage) * Ultra gauge Scan tool * ProVent 200 Oil catch can * Fuel Manager Pre-Filter * Safari style snorkel ram head * 2 inch lift - EFS Suspension. Extra heavy duty on the front and 350kg constant load on the

$125,000Negotiable
Orange, NSW

16/04/2022

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Overview of the Toyota Landcruiser

Overview of the Toyota Landcruiser

When 13 Toyota LandCruisers were imported to Australia in 1958 to serve as workhorses on the Snowy Hydro Scheme and various mining and construction projects, the off-roader's reputation for robustness and ruggedness was born.

Today, it's still considered by many to be the 4WD benchmark, despite the latest-generation LandCruiser - the 200 series - having been on sale since 2007.

Its mighty size allows it to carry vast amounts of cargo or up to eight people in GXL, VX or flagship Sahara form. Performance comes from a choice of V8s - the more powerful 4.6-litre petrol or more fuel efficient and torquier 4.5-litre turbo diesel.

TOYOTA LANDCRUISER GENERATIONS (SINCE 1998)

1998-2007

2007-present

RUNNING COSTS

Fuel Consumption

4.6L V8 petrol: 13.4 litres per 100km

4.5L V8 turbo diesel: 9.5 litres per 100k

= Highly economical.

= Good economy.

= Average fuel use.

= Heavy consumption.

Servicing

SIMILAR MODELS TO TOYOTA LANDCRUISER

WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR: TOYOTA LANDCRUISER

V8 diesel defines the latter-day Toyota LandCruiser, but early examples did give owners a few headaches. The biggest problem reported was that the engine had an appetite for oil between oil changes. Running changes were made by Toyota, so the later the build date, the better.

Electronics were also mounted relatively low in the engine bay, so deep water crossings could prove costly. Find out how the car has been used.

Speaking of which, the automatic transmission in the 200 Series meant the big Toyota was a good tow-car, though try to gauge how much load-hauling it has done. Is the tow-bar fitted, for instance, rated for huge loads?

The fact that the Toyota LandCruiser was so good off-road also means that many have led hard lives.

Be wary of examples with winches, mud tyres and panel damage. The flip-side is that many have never been off-road at all. They're the ones to buy second-hand.