2013 Toyota Land Cruiser: First Look – KickingTires

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2013 Toyota Land : First Look

Competes Audi Q7, Infiniti QX56 and Rover Range Rover

like: #0160;Same old Land albeit slightly more

Drivetrain: #0160;381-horsepower, 5.7-liter V-8 and six-speed automatic transmission

dealerships: early February

skipping model-year 2012, is updating one of its largest, most and least popular vehicles fresh styling, new standard and more off-road capability for Its Lexus sibling, the LX, is getting treatment — the 2013 LX will be at the North American International Show in Detroit on Monday.

The Land Cruiser’s thirsty 5.7-liter V-8 engine and six-speed transmission return for the 2013 year. Updates to the large exterior include a revised LED daytime running lights, a new chrome side molding and side mirrors and taillamps.

A new color, Pearl White, Classic Silver Metallic, Gray Metallic, Salsa Red Sonora Gold Pearl, Green Metallic and black.

The Land Cruiser’s interior updates that include a new finish, brighter silver panel and chrome-plated air registers. new to the interior is Toyota’s Multi-terrain that displays multiple of the SUV’s exterior.

Features optional but now standard on the 2013 Cruiser include a rear-seat DVD system, rain-sensing windshield a cooled center console, cleaners, a leather-trimmed steering multi-information display, voice and hands-free controls, upgraded JBL a navigation system with and heated second-row seats.#0160; provides access to mobile applications such as Bing, OpenTable and Pandora.

In the off-road department, a new Multi-Terrain system alters wheel based on the terrain, including settings for mud, sand and It sounds a lot like Land adept Terrain Response which allows drivers to terrain settings via console-mounted Land Cruiser’s new Off-Road Assist feature automatically the brakes to help it make turns off-road.

Land Cruiser has always capable off-road; its equipment should improve its chops in department. Poor fuel and steep prices, though, always been shortcomings. this update won’t either issue as the thirsty carries over for 2013.

Adding standard equipment likely raise its already-hefty The 2013 Toyota Land will start at $77,955 it goes on sale in early

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