Owned them all, but the Landcruiser is the best for the money. Toyota made them to last and they are legendary off road. Have 212K miles and still tight. Mine has the rare fr/rr locking diffs. Seats 7-8 but mostly for kids in the rear. Had the PHH/heater hose replaced/very hard to get to. The build on this thing is unbelievable, doors, switches even the CD works fine. Motor has lots of torque. Mileage could be better but it's a tank with full time 4wd, same mpg as my last Suburban. These are built to last and not EVER let you down. Change the oil and do the maintenance and it won't fail.
Build quality, tight feel, tons of features in a small package, seats for 8 if needed, legendary Reliabilty and off-road ability when needed. I know my family is safe no matter what when in this vehicle. I believe this could easily go to 500K miles no problem.
Duh, gas mileage. For a big heavy truck with full-time 4 wheel drive, big tires and a utility shape its just what you would expect.
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