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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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Landcruiser 99 105 series wagon, SNOWY Edition ,

  • 408 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 6 cyl

1999 105 series, Snowy edition, Diesel, Auto, Turbo, All extras including Bullbar, spotlamps, foglamps, cb radio, snorkel, sidesteps, roofrack, side awning, cruiseControl, towbar, electric brakes, recon engine done 22k, longrange tank, 2 owners, only done 408k, will negotiate.

$28,900
Medina, WA

24/10/2021

2015 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Altitude (4x4) 5 Sp Sequential A...

  • 112000 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 4 cyl

2105 Prado Altitide. Auto. Diesel. Excellent condition, inside and out. Seven seater. Always serviced and maintained. Has done minimal 4WD and towing. Blueray player, Bluetooth audio, phone and maps. Sunroof, roof rack, nudge bar, tow bar and large Thule cargo capsule. Redarc electric brakes fitted. 112000 kms. Email to arrange inspection. Located MidCoast.

$54,000
Diamond Beach, NSW

23/10/2021

2010 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl (4x4) 6 Sp Automatic 4d Wagon

  • 206000 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl

All reasonable offers considered. The Ultimate 4WD vehicle!! Great for the whole family. The perfect car for your next adventure.6 airbags to protect you and your family. This Toyota Landcruiser has an upgraded Sony head unit with Apple CarPlay, side airbags, cruise control, front & rear power windows, power Clearview door mirrors and rear cup holders. Located Redland Bay near Brisbane EXCITING FEATURES - ARB bull-bar and rear bar - 273 litre long range fuel tank(long ranger brand) - fr

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$59,995Negotiable
Redland Bay, QLD

23/10/2021

2005 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Gxl (4x4) 4 Sp Automatic 4d Wagon

  • 299400 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 4 cyl

PRICED TO SELL - it is a really nice car, she's already been replaced. Give us a call if you have any questions. Come and have a look, just 18km from Inverell (on the tar road) Regularly maintained. It's a pleasure to drive - I've loved it, sure you will too. GREAT VEHICLE - very reliable - no need to spend any more money rego to the end of 2021 - ENG 39H dual battery system NEW floor mats 5 near new BF Goodrich tyres - rotated frequently hands free phone cradle with aerial 6 stack C

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$19,500
Inverell, NSW

22/10/2021

Toyota Landscruiser 200 ser. 2016

  • 147650 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl

Good condition with Road Worthy Certificate Plugs for towing a caravan , rear camera van,ESC for suspension control, fridge van, 7 pin for van. Rubber mats floor Front camera & 2 rear cameras Rear sensors Isolator for batteries Knob adjusting for electric brakes Bracket for phone & 12v power Minor panel damage Side windows are tinted

$78,500Negotiable
Bli Bli, QLD

22/10/2021

2013 Sahara land cruiser

  • 122000 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 8 cyl

Selling our 200 series due to new car on the way. This is a excellent car and served our family well it is a Sahara so has everything full service history we were second owner and bought it with 44000 klm on the clock now showing 122000. Is registered and will supply RWC at time of sale.

$78,000
Scarborough, QLD

20/10/2021

1991 80 series land cruiser

  • 409000 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 6 cyl

VX Sahara factory 4.2 turbo diesel 80 series 4 speed auto See photos for details Can show dents if needed can send through message Negotiable on price

$21,000
Morisset, NSW

17/10/2021

2006 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Gxl (4x4) 5 Sp Automatic 4d Wagon

  • 262500 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 6 cyl

- 2006 Toyota Landcruiser Prado GXL (4x4) 7 Seat, 5 Sp Automatic 4d Wagon - V6 Petrol (180L long range tank) - 2 Inch EFS suspension lift kit - Toyota Genuine Alloy Bull bar - Toyota Genuine Tow bar - Red Arc Dual Battery system - Brand new deep cycle battery. - 7 Pin Trailer Plug - Sun roof - Basket Roof rack - GME UHF/CB - Anderson Plug in boot - Floor mats throughout - Rubber Boot Liner and carpeted false floor with boab tie down rails current in boot (can be removed easily).

$20,000Negotiable
Kensington, WA

01/10/2021

1999 105 series Toyota Landcruiser Gxl (4x4) 5 Sp Manual 4x4 4d Wagon

  • 357000 km
  • SUV
  • Manual
  • 6 cyl

105 series with solid live axle and aspirated diesel - one of the most reliable 4WD you can get - Very good condition - Well maintained car, regularly serviced as per manual - Full detail, new tint, service, tyre rotation just done - 5 seat (brackets & seat belts for additional seats in boot) - Aircon (new compressor 2019) - Remote central locking - Power windows - Tilt adjust steering column - Roof rack crossbars - New battery 07/20 4WD extras and highlights: - Stock sub tank (ma

$25,000NegotiableWas $29,990
Kewarra Beach, QLD

01/10/2021

Prado 120 GXL 5 Sp Automatic 4d Wagon

  • 336000 km
  • SUV
  • Auto
  • 6 cyl

Prado 2006 5 speed automatic V6 petrol. Very well maintained as used for remote touring. With the ever reliable petrol engine. A dream to drive. Ice cold air-conditioning 2 inch old man emu suspension upgrade. Additional automatic transmission cooling so no problem with overheating the auto during summer on the beach or when towing Toyota roo bar with electric winch. Rear E-locker Safari Snorkel. Dual batteries. After market under body protection by Brown Davies Tow bar with Electric

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$16,500
Carmel, WA

24/08/2021

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.