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Toyota Land Cruiser Gets Better With Age

Toyota has been in the sport utility business for decades. One of
the earliest offerings by Toyota is of course the Land Cruiser. As one
of the earliest examples of a true SUV, the Toyota Land Cruiser
has always been known for having an uncanny off road ability that has
helped the Land Cruiser become a legend. But Today’s Land Cruiser
offers more than just incredible off road ability, as it also is one of
the most luxurious full-size SUVs on the market, truly making it
unmatched in amenities and ruggedness.

off-road enthusiasts, the Toyota Land Cruiser has nearly unmatched
credentials. Not only does it have a history of off road capabilities,
but the current Land Cruiser did not go soft despite having a more
upscale attitude according to Cheyenne Auto dealers.
Full-time all wheel driver, a locking differential, and a limited slips
differential, the Toyota Land Cruiser can travel just about anywhere
you would need it to.

Powering the current Toyota Land
Cruiser is a 5.7 liter V8 engine, the same one that powers the Tundra,
which produces an impressive 381 horsepower and is mated to a six speed
automatic transmission. Despite its huge mass, and its hefty weight of
5920 pounds, Kingston Toyota dealers’
customers have noticed that the big V8 will move the Land Cruiser
without much trouble. In addition, the suspension helps move the Land
Cruiser gracefully, but what isn’t graceful is how much fuel is the
Cruiser consumes. Mileage is about 13 miles per gallon in the city and
18 miles per gallon on the highway.