The Best Money Can Buy
By jaysun on
Vehicle2000 Toyota Land Cruiser 4dr SUV 4WD
ReviewI'm now a believer in the Toyota
legend. I bought my Land Cruiser with
47K miles on it, and it feels like it
just came off the assembly line. Not
a whistle, squeak, rattle, bump, or
other phantom noise or vibration to be
heard--and this is over springtime
roads in New Hampshire. The fuel
economy isn't the greatest but it's
more than a fair price to pay for the
quality and stability you're getting
in this vehicle. For all you hear
about them, I doubt the Hummer H2's
are really this well engineered and
built. And all this for several
thousand less than I would have paid
for a brand-new 4Runner!
Best FeaturesEngine--so smooth it's scary. And 230 HP doesn't sound like a lot for a car this size, but I was stunned at the power. You can get moving in a hurry. That and everything else-- there's nothing wrong with this car.
Worst FeaturesIt's nitpicking, but a little better sound system, an automatically- darkening rearview mirror, driver-side seat-setting memory, and remote rear hatch release aren't a lot to ask for 50K-plus retail.
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