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1992 Toyota Land Cruiser Consumer Discussions


it would be OK to have 3, including the niche Land Cruiser, with a 4Runner and Sequoia below it in price. I just don't know why they would continue the Land Cruiser when they have the next-gen Sequoi...

Toyota's first Sequoia rolled off the assembly line today in Princeton, Indiana, to mark the beginning of production for the all new, full-sized sport utility vehicle. The Sequoia model is being buil...

The fact is, your market generally takes off-roading a bit more seriously than than the US market. The Land Cruiser is a typical example....

Also: When searching "2004 Land Cruiser", I see an article on Autospys showing what they claim to be a 2004 Land Cruiser, which is clearly a GX 470 with a Toyota badge. Given that the arti...

a new VW bug in 1967 because my 1964 Toyota Land Cruiser was a gas guzzling piece of junk. I traded that for a new Datsun PU truck in 1970. Then bought my wife a new 1973 Subaru coupe. I did not give...

And you deduced correctly that I am not a big fan of Toyota. I bought a new Toyota Land Cruiser in 1964 that had the worst copy of a Chevy six that you could ever imagine. 3 valve jobs and 2 new timin...

In 1994, NHTSA slapped Toyota with a $250,000 fine, at the time the agency's second-largest, for providing misleading information about a fuel leak in Land Cruisers and waiting two years to undertake ...
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