How long will a 200 series LandCruiser last?
Toyota dealers have been asked to stock up and place their final orders after being advised production of the LandCruiser 200 Series will come to an end after 14 years, making it the longest-running LandCruiser wagon since the 1960s.
What engine is in a 200 series LandCruiser?
The 200 Series features a twin-turbo 4.5-litre diesel V8. In the case of the former, the engine was still the 2UZ-FE (although peak power was now out to 202kW) and if you went diesel, you got the all-new 4.5-litre 1VD-FTV V8 diesel with twin turbochargers and peak power of 195kW and a whopping 650Nm of torque.
What is the best LandCruiser ever made?
With Strength, Durability and all-coil suspension, the 80 Series is considered by many to be the best-ever Land Cruiser. Roothy reckons, “all Land Cruisers are good but the 80 Series is the best of the lot”.
Why are LandCruiser Saharas so expensive?
The increased demand for the LandCruiser has “exceeded the expectations” of Toyota Australia, and an exhausted supply of the large four-wheel-drive has only served to further push prices higher.
What’s the price of a new Toyota Land Cruiser?
Current prices range from $34,990 to $85,900 for the Land Cruiser GXL (4×4) and Land Cruiser SAHARA (4×4), respectively. Interested in a Toyota Land Cruiser?
Can a Toyota Land Cruiser go off road?
The 2014 Toyota Land Cruiser can still go off-road, but it’s become increasingly expensive with time. So expensive, in fact, that it might be a hard sell. When bigger is better, there’s the Toyota Land Cruiser.
When did Toyota drop the Land Cruiser from the UK?
Toyota dropped the Land Cruiser 200 series from United Kingdom lineup with this face lift. Previous to the face lift, the UK market received the Land Cruiser with the 4.5 L 1VD-FTV V8 turbo diesel as the only engine option. In China, the Land Cruiser 200 was produced from 2008 to 2016 by Sichuan FAW Toyota Motor.
How often should I replace my Toyota Land Cruiser?
TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 200 SERIES MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 1 Inspect at first 100,000 km (60,000 miles) or 72 months, after 100,000 km (60,000 miles) Inspect every 20,000 km (12,000 miles) or 12 months Months 2 Replace every 5000 kms (3000 miles)