For years I had wanted a LC, I finally found a good used one. Had 190,000 miles but still looked great. Now have 210,000 and I have had no problems at all and it will go anywhere with absolute confidence. Love the styling, size, and quality. Fuel consumption is not too great but, hey; I knew that going in and it is still worth it, no worse than it's competitors. Looked at Tahoes, Land Rovers, Expeditions, and Armadas; the Landcruiser is light years ahead of them all. I plan to keep this vehicle forever.
I love my truck. My previous SUV's were
1993 Range Rover County LWB, 1996 Range
Rover 4.6 HSE, Nissan pathfinder.
The LC is by far the best! Excellent
traction in the snow. Deep Colorado
Snow! Excellent on the highways, Drove
it back and forth to michigan last
summer and it was ideal!
Roomy enough for a family of 4.
Comfortable enough for the grandma, and
luxurious enough for the wife.
This is one of the most well made
vehicles in my opinion and I plan on
never letting it go!
the aggressive looks. The 4x4
capability and the full time 4wd
more bass in stereo. One touch up and
down on all windows, (the rover had
A little surprised at the maintenance
costs. Bought this vehicle used at 78k
miles. At 86k the catalytic converters
had to be replaced, along with front
knuckle seals. Fortunately, the dealer
covered the converters under warranty.
But the front knuckle seals were
$1200! Now VSV valve is bad -- cost
Size, tough appearance.
Fuel economy, emission system
reliability? Power. Interior legroom.
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