2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
15,561 Miles | Orlando, FL
$58,999
Est $850/mo

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2018 Toyota Land Cruiser
12,165 Miles | Boulder, CO
$77,000
Est $1,110/mo

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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
59,216 Miles | Boulder, CO
$60,000
Est $865/mo

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2006 Toyota Land Cruiser
102,027 Miles | Boulder, CO
$25,000
Est $360/mo

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2006 Toyota Land Cruiser
200,113 Miles | Boulder, CO
$20,000
Est $288/mo

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1985 Toyota Land Cruiser
77,013 Miles | Boulder, CO
$27,000
Est $389/mo

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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
57,754 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$56,998
Est $822/mo

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2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
12,617 Miles | Raleigh, NC
$68,998
Est $995/mo

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2015 Toyota Land Cruiser
39,878 Miles | Colorado Springs, CO
$56,998
Est $822/mo

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2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
50,483 Miles | Houston, TX
$61,998
Est $894/mo

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2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
9,289 Miles | Philadelphia, PA
$70,000
Est $1,009/mo

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2015 Toyota Land Cruiser
58,024 Miles | Mt. Sterling, KY
$48,722
Est $702/mo

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2015 Toyota Land Cruiser
40,000 Miles | Little Falls, NJ
$52,604
Est $758/mo

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2014 Toyota Land Cruiser
49,045 Miles | Raleigh, NC
$49,950
Est $720/mo

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2018 Toyota Land Cruiser
7 Miles | Hodgkins, IL
$77,930
Est $1,123/mo

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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
23,733 Miles | Milford, DE
$66,499
Est $959/mo

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2003 Toyota Land Cruiser
154,628 Miles | Delray Beach, FL
$14,000
Est $202/mo

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2004 Toyota Land Cruiser
188,211 Miles | Everett, WA
$11,050
Est $159/mo

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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser
66,263 Miles | Macon, GA
$58,332
Est $841/mo

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2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
46,152 Miles | Portland, OR
$61,513
Est $887/mo

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Toyota Land Cruiser Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
19 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.2
Style
4.4
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
1.9
Reliability
4.3

Toyota Land Cruiser Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Toyota Land Cruiser - This vehicle should be categorized as a military tank

Lisa
Weston, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I always wanted a 4x4 vehicle to make trips with my family and friends to deep-in nature places. I always heard that Toyota was one of the best brands for this purpose. It exceeded my expectations. I bought the vehicle and loved it so much that I used it for my every day commuting. It was a bit expensive on gas but the whole feeling was exceptional. I lifted the vehicle a bit and put in mud tires, and I felt as if I owned the streets. The power and torque it has is unbelievable. The best came when I made the first trip to a park, a friend of mine knew where we could go up some steep hills and go through muddy terrains. The experience was fun for the whole family, and the vehicle came back to the city as if nothing had happened. It is a monster and very reliable.
Story
On one trip we did with the family, we went to this beach and we could go a bit into the sand with the cars. It was pouring rain and everything became super muddy. A friend of ours started trying to go through an area that looked very difficult to go through. He got stuck, and it basically seemed impossible to get him out of there. He had a winch but we had to attach it to an extra chain and t... (more)
Pros
I love how it is a tough vehicle and very secure. I like the fact that it has incredible power and torque. I also like that the whole family fits comfortably. We are four, but I mean it is comfortable compared to other cars we've tried. I also love the fact that it has simple mechanics and can be fixed very easily, even though it is so reliable that you probably won't need to do anything to the car for a long period of time.
Cons
It is a bit stiff. When driving long distances, it can sometimes be a bit tough on the lower back.

2013 Toyota Land Cruiser - An absolute beast!

Corey
90189
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
The Toyota Land Cruiser is the most iconic SUV ever produced in the automotive industry. The reason why I fell in love with it was due to its aggressive yet elegant styling, toughness and ruggedness and, most importantly, the value of its brand and reliability. I absolutely loved every inch of it, especially its powerhouse, a mammoth 5.7 Liter V8 gasoline engine. It is sufficient to take you anywhere on any terrain. Its 4X4 capabilities are beyond comprehension with terrain select modes, traction control, differential lock and independent suspension controls. The drives were always smooth, and the response from the gas pedal were instantaneous. The fabric interior with leather dashboard and door trims added some extra luxury to it. Dual-zone climate controls made sure that the driver a... (more)
Story
Honestly, every moment was a memorable one. But the most memorable one would be the day that I helped a gentleman tow his vehicle which had broken down on the freeway. I was glad to have been able to help him out by towing his vehicle to a mechanic workshop, and it was very pleasant and a memorable one indeed.
Pros
The engine of course. It has and always delivers raw power when needed especially during off-road voyages. The exterior's elegant design which was ever-so attractive. The terrain select options were my favorite feature because you could literally take this on any terrain, and it would fine tune its suspensions and engine control just to suit the exterior conditions.
Cons
Since it's a very powerful vehicle, fuel efficiency isn't the biggest deal you could get out of it. Does 13 miles to the gallon in the city and 17 to 18 on the highway. It sure is a thirsty beast! With the third row seats down, there is very little space for luggage. Due to its large and muscular fuselage, parking is a major challenge especially in the city areas.

1998 Toyota Land Cruiser - Very useful car

Alexis
Royal Kunia, Hawaii
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
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.
Story
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.

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