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The Toyota Land Cruiser in the following bodystyles: SUV and has 1 styles for to choose from. Engine include V8; drive train are 4WD; and fuel types include Gasoline. 2013 Land Cruiser base ranges from $78,555 to

The 2013 Toyota Land is the newest version of the flagship of the Toyota Motors Corporation It took a year off, not a 2012 model, but the 2013 Land Cruiser is back in swing, earning some marks from both and owners alike. This is the year of the Land Cruiser the 200 Series platform, shared by its cousin the Lexus LX 570.

The Toyota Land Cruiser with quite a few changes. As it out, taking a year off to things out really does sometimes. The addition of some features, coupled with the old 5.7L V8 engine, makes the Land Cruiser worth a look at for any consumer in the market for a luxury SUV.


For 2013, Toyota raises the bar again by adding an abundance of gadgetry to its flagship SUV. the technological upgrade, the Toyota Cruiser has not forgotten its roots. for eight, an 8,200-pound tow rating and off-road capability make the Land Cruiser a capable mover. (Kelley Blue Overall, the power of the 5.7L V8 stands out among most reviewers. The powertrain results in off-the-line punch and good power, helped by the transmission’s kick-downs and smooth shifts. Guide)

Despite the praise for the strength and prowess as a family vehicle, not all of the 2013 Land Cruiser are as Toyota decided to stick an outdated split-bench design in the two halves flip up and stow at the bay’s sides. The design just awkward; it actually up quite a bit of cargo space. Blue Book) The lack of space is a bit of a turn-off for large-SUV especially in a vehicle that up on the $80K mark.

To rational car the 2013 Toyota Land offers limited appeal. less expensive crossovers better for daily use, as the Buick Enclave or Infiniti If you need towing power, Toyota’s own Sequoia, or the Land twin, the Lexus LX 570, isn’t that much expensive now. (Edmunds) The Cruiser rides comfortably and is off-road. But some cheaper offer even more (Consumer Reports)

Owner Reviews

Owners of the Toyota Land Cruiser its power and roadworthiness. I love it, I it, I love it! It was well worth the

The 2013 performs like on the plains of Africa and a mountain in the hills of New Zealand. Inside and without a doubt. the best I ever had. (Owner taken from Yahoo!

The ride is superb, very towing capacity is amazing, the is very roomy. Is not very in gas mileage but not bad compared to other big (Owner review taken Kelley Blue Book) the many features it offers, its ability seems to be the biggest among current owners. Of how much of a market there is for a SUV to take out on the muddy, mountain remains to be seen.

The real for those who like to go places other vehicles won’t them is the Land Cruiser’s to navigate rough terrain, hills and provide great (Owner review taken Kelley Blue Book) of this ability comes the full-time four-wheel-drive and a powerful automatic transmission. Among the positives listed by current the most common are the interior the navigation system, and the low-end Negatives listed were the large SUV complaints – price and incredibly low fuel

The eight-passenger Land Cruiser is the hitter of the Toyota lineup. As it only comes in one trim – loaded. Of course, are advantages and disadvantages to every and this one is no exception.

The advantage is you’ll receive all the bells and at no extra charge; the disadvantage is the base charge comes at an of $78,555.

On the other hand, if you mind the hefty price they are some very bells and whistles. Standard on the Land Cruiser include a rack, sunroof, keyless a heated 40/20/40-split second row leather upholstery, rearview Bluetooth, voice-activated electronics a 14-speaker JBL sound system CD player and satellite radio, automatic climate control, and Safety Connect emergency with navigation system.

The interior is rather drab on and style. Don’t expect wood-grain panels or bright, colors. What wood there is sits atop the console and doesn’t provide a deal of elegance. What you can however, is a lot of comfort, high-quality and functionality.

Both front of seating remain spacious but the seats are only suited to or smaller passengers. The touchscreen system is one of the best you’ll in this class, providing a slight learning curve can be handled by even the most of users.

The dashboard features a half-standard display. A double-eye gauge combo encases a digital display showing pressure and gear position. fuel and temperature gauges sit the digital readout to round out the display. The center console two cup holders which can be closed and when not in use.

The holders are adjustable to fit most cup sizes.

If is a weak point to the Land interior it is the relatively small of cargo capacity. With the seats in place, cargo is a meager 16 cubic feet. The seats do not fold down, nor are removable.

Instead, they simply out of the way by sliding to the side of the cabin they only limit cargo space. Maximum is 82 cubic feet. This is on the side for this class

The brightest spot for the 2013 Land Cruiser is its performance. owners and reviewers alike its off-road performance, it is on the road the true value comes The 5.7L V8 engine can push 381 and 401 ft.-lbs. of torque at just a notice while still a cloud-like ride for passengers.

The Dynamic Suspension System the stabilizer bars for improved control and body stability turns.

Toyota also the 2013 Land Cruiser the Multi-Terrain Select system allows for computer adjustments to the and traction control systems to a smoother ride based on the surface. Just pick surface through the touchscreen and the ride levels out with The Off-Road Assist improves the capabilities by automatically applying the on the inside wheels during a

Both of these features the Land Cruiser one of the best-handling SUVs on the road.

The locking differential also comes and helps to bring towing to a maximum 8,500 lbs. All of performance does come at the of fuel economy. Don’t to get much more than 15 mpg on

It is rated at 13/18 mpg (city/highway).


Performance isn’t the area where the Land exhibits an ample amount of Standard safety features stability and traction control, and second-row side airbags, knee airbags, and the Lexus Connect system, which on-demand roadside assistance, the vehicle locator, and automatic notification.

Front tow hooks, turn signal mirrors, antilock disc brakes brake assist, and daytime lights are all additional safety you’ll get with the 2013 Cruiser. J.D. Power and gave it a four out of five in reliability testing, but the IIHS and had not yet crash tested the 2013 as of this writing.

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