2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
16,422 Miles

Scranton, PA
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2013 Toyota Land Cruiser
69,196 Miles
$49,988

Odessa, TX
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2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
10,975 Miles

Battle Creek, MI
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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
29,945 Miles
$66,993

Abilene, TX
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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
22,356 Miles

Abilene, TX
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2011 Toyota Land Cruiser
95,890 Miles
$36,330

Ballwin, MO
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2015 Toyota Land Cruiser
23,508 Miles
$59,469

Midland, TX
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2013 Toyota Land Cruiser
122,037 Miles
$39,983

Wallingford, CT
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2015 Toyota Land Cruiser
35,233 Miles
$51,977

Coconut Creek, FL
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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
11,858 Miles

Reno, NV
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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
27,697 Miles
$67,999

Santa Rosa, CA
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2005 Toyota Land Cruiser
124,894 Miles
$18,990

Florence, AL
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2013 Toyota Land Cruiser
47,056 Miles
$49,995

Mount Holly, NJ
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2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
12,763 Miles

Bellevue, WA
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2014 Toyota Land Cruiser
40,227 Miles
$53,490

Modesto, CA
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2013 Toyota Land Cruiser
45,970 Miles
$56,948

Little Rock, AR
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2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
2,568 Miles

Wilmington, NC
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2015 Toyota Land Cruiser
38,104 Miles
$60,991

Atlanta, GA
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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
5,947 Miles

Spring Valley, NY
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2013 Toyota Land Cruiser
59,663 Miles
$45,575

Del Rio, TX
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Toyota Land Cruiser Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.3
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
1.9
Maintenance
4.3

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Toyota Land Cruiser Owner Ratings & Reviews

1998 Toyota Land Cruiser - Very useful car

Royal Kunia, Hawaii
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
We bought this vehicle six years ago when it had 200,000 miles on it, and it is still running great. It was kept in good condition when we got it, and there has only been more minimal wear and tear. It is perfect for a big family but also narrow enough to fit into parking stalls. The parts on it are easy to find, if you need to repair it. There is minimal technology, so if it needs repairs, you don't have to worry about the electronics on it. We have used this vehicle in road trips, off roading, and daily driving. We have been rough on this vehicle, and it always stands up to the test. We are going to buy another vehicle just like it when it fails on us.
Title
We have used this to go on a road tip to Yellowstone. It was a great trip, and we were able to fit everything we needed in it.
Pros
I really like the leather seats interior. They are comfortable and easy to clean up spills. The length is perfect. There are three rows and extra space in the back. My favorite feature is the tail gate. It is perfect to have kids sit up there. It is a good off roading vehicle. We have never gotten stuck before. It has a powerful engine, so it can get up to speed easily.
Cons
It is big, so driving can be more difficult than smaller cars. There is not a lot of electronics, like back-up screens or DVD players.

1992 Toyota Land Cruiser - Just Like the Energizer Bunny

Buckeye, Arizona
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
4.0
Our family has been proud Landcruiser owners for a couple of decades, with our newest 1992 Toyota Landcruiser joining the family about 2 years ago. We named her Sherpa after the Sherpas who do their traveling in the remote places among the Himalayan Mountains because Sherpa can get us through all kinds of terrain dependably. She seats 8 comfortably and is built like a tank. However, she has poor gas mileage like many older vehicles. What she lacks in fuel economy, she makes up for in amenities such as a CD/Cassette player, sun roof, and the very important four-wheel drive. We bought her for a steal and consider her one in the family now. At only 109,000 miles, she's a baby with at least triple that to be expected in the days ahead. Slow and steady, this beast gets us where we need in a... (more)
Title
We have loved the adventures in our Landcruiser, from camping adventures in the mountains to driving out to see the stars through the moon roof. She lets you explore the world!
Pros
Some of our favorite features include her dependability, easy maintenance, and off-road capabilities. She is easy to work on, and she takes us where we want to go. With eight passenger capability and a roof rack, we can go anywhere!
Cons
Like any vehicle, ours has it's downsides, the biggest being fuel economy. Unfortunately, she gets 11-13 MPG at best, though modifications down the line can be taken to change that for the most devoted of cruiser families. Also, there is not much in the way of cup holders, and there is no rear AC.

1997 Toyota Land Cruiser - I love my Land Cruiser.

Upland, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
5.0
Before I ever bought my Toyota Land cruiser SUV I saw it going down the freeway and I totally fell in love with it. The 97 model has the curves of a stallion and the durability of a tank. I so badly wanted this curvy SUV that I finally broke down and financed the vehicle. This SUV now has over 450,000 miles on it and for this high mileage it currently has relatively few issues left to fix. Other than a few oil leaks from the seals due to the age of the vehicle and a few bolts needing to be tightened in order to keep the body from bouncing on the frame, this Land cruiser keeps on trucking.
Title
This vehicle has been my companion since 2002, it has been my desk, my dining table, my rest area, my race-car and my protector. Just the mere size and bulk of this vehicle protected me in a really bad accident where I was T-boned.
Pros
My greatest enjoyment with my Toyota Land cruiser is the fact that it handles so incredibly well for an SUV. I can go around curves at 40 - 50 miles per hour and not have to hit the brakes. Another great detail about driving this SUV is the roominess, there are 3 rows of seats and more room beyond that for groceries and whatever necessities you need to carry around. If you prefer you can lift the 2nd and 3rd rows so that you can carry cargo.
Cons
If I need to find things wrong with my lovely SUV it would be that the EGR valve loves to conk out often but the upside is that the EGR valve is relatively affordable and easy to locate that I can overlook this fault.