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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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2008 Toyota Landcruiser UZJ200R VX (4x4) White 5 Speed Automatic Wagon

  • 239362 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl 4.7L

Toyota Landcruiser VX *** 8 SEATER *** Automatic 4x4 wagon with bull bar, fog lights, climate control, power steering, power windows, power mirrors, central locking, cruise control, dual airbag package, ABS, leather upholstery, sunroof, tinted windows, mobile phone connectivity, tow bar, alloy wheels & more, looks & drives great with room for the family, come in and test drive today, open 7 days a week till late. * Australia wide, interstate transport options available * 1-5 years full parts

$39,950
Penrith, NSW

Dealer used
16/08/2022

2011 Toyota Landcruiser VDJ200R VX Wagon 7st 5dr Spts Auto 6sp, 4x4 4.5DTT [MY10] White

  • 209825 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl 4.5L

We often get asked where are you located? You can now easily find Perths ONLY dealership under a HUGE digital billboard, East side of the Canning Bridge in Como…. We want your vehicle, ask us for a price today! coming soon...**Perth Based** Please genuine Enquiries only, as we are charged per lead*** Comos ONLY dedicated Car Dealership, scroll down to see our location in the fine print** We want your old car and even if we cannot help you with your new vehicle we will honour yo

$66,921
Como, WA

Dealer used
15/08/2022

2018 Toyota Landcruiser VDJ200R VX White Sports Automatic SUV

  • 72563 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl 4.5L

******ONE OWNER, PREMIUM VX, TURBO DIESEL******* ******WORK SHOP APPROVED******* *******BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED******** This ONE OWNER 2018 plated LC 200 VX TURBO DIESEL AUTOMATIC 4x4 wagon has just listed and will not disappoint upon any inspection. Finished in stunning pearl white mica with black leather interior this powerful yet economical 4.5 litre V8 twin turbo diesel engine will see you and the family enjoying years of motoring pleasure

$117,888
Para Hills West, SA

Dealer used
10/08/2022

2016 Toyota Landcruiser Vx (4x4) 6 Sp Automatic 4d Wagon

  • 150000 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl 4.5L

2016 Toyota Landcruiser VX VDJ200R Crystal Pearl White 152,XXX Suspension - 4” Suspension Lift Bilstein PSR Modified/Adjustable Shock - HHD Springs Front (To Suit Bullbar), HD Springs Rear - Airbag Man Rear Airbags - PSR Upper Control Arms - Superior Engineering 40mm Diff Drop - Superior Engineering KDSS Relocation Brackets Engine/Exhaust - Full Manta Stainless Steel Turbo Back Twin 3” to Single 4” - Center Muffler and Rear Muffler - ECU and Trans Remap by Shannon at Tune Corp - Billet HPD

$106,000
Hammond Park, WA

02/08/2022

2016 Toyota Landcruiser Vx (4x4) 6 Sp Automatic 4d Wagon

  • 350000 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl 4.5L

Country Vehicle, One owner, full service history by Toyota, near new tyres, just been serviced. This vehicle has never towed anything bigger than a box trailer. Selling as we have taken delivery of a 300 series. Can be viewed at Maroochydore

$70,000
Maroochydore, QLD

01/08/2022

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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.