Glass’s Guide has calculated that the Toyota Land Cruiser has held its worth better than any other UK model in 2011, the 2.0 litre D-4D Invincible Automatic commands 72% of its original on the road price. The top ten list would have included other Land Cruiser models had the list not been limited to the highest rank from each model range.
Fuel economy for the Land Cruiser is approximately 34.9 mpg and Co2 emissions are 214g/km. There is a new feature on the Toyota Land Cruiser, the Multi-Terrain Select which automatically controls power and braking to optimise performance for different types of off road surfaces. The Toyota Land Cruiser can be specified with five seats or as a seven-seater with the Toyota Easy Flat Seating system that’s used on the marque’s MPVs. On Easy Flat models, the second row is split 40:20:40 with reclining seatbacks and the capacity to slide up to 135mm back and forth to adjust the legroom. The lowering action of the outermost seats is powered by electric motors to make access to the rear more straightforward.
The Toyota Land Cruiser has forged its reputation for exceptional strength and lasting quality in the world’s toughest environments. The latest versions of the model remains true to the rugged principles that defined the early models, while making full use of advanced technologies to deliver even better off-road performance, safety and handling.