Used 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser Consumer Reviews

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The un-EXPECTED

M. Erickson, 08/28/2016
4dr SUV 4WD (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

So, I was looking on the internet for several years and an opportunity landed on my desk with a large THUMP December 2015. We ended up traveling out of state on January 1st to pick up our 2115 pearl white and sandstone interior. MPG has averaged 22.5 @ 64 mph, so the economy was surprising. Quite, a "gliding" feeling as we went down the highway(s) on a 4,000 mile road trip this summer. Pulled into Las Vegas @118+ with temps above 125 in the parking garage. Idaho was great with lows in the 50s with a few 4x4 roads. Montana was long and beautiful and finally North Dakota with it's wheat fields. With the exception of a small vibration in the steering wheel, everything worked great. Climate controls are convenient, and more then adequate. We like the 2015 look vs. the new look. Visibility is very good, and luggage room is more then adequate. We were thinking of taking out the third row to provide a little more room yet no urgency. Engine and transmission are smooth with the 6 speed transmission. Headlights are good and the height/size of the vehicle gives a feeling of safety.

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Not a sequoia (although sequoias are nice)

Peter, 02/09/2019
4dr SUV 4WD (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Clarification of a previous review is in order. The sequoia is built on the tundra frame and drive system. The land cruiser has a bespoke drivetrain and chassis made only for it.

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Awesome Monster Machine

Black Powder Kid, 02/17/2019
4dr SUV 4WD (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
2 of 3 people found this review helpful

This Land Cruiser is durable and reliable. It is surprisingly nimble for a large vehicle. I have owned mine for 4 years now. No problems at all. Only been to the dealer for oil changes. Vehicle is as comfortable as any vehicle I have ever traveled in. Sound system is perfect. I have owned Mercedes, BMW, and GMC. This Toyota Land Cruiser is my favorite by far.

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Insanely well built

Check, 10/01/2019
4dr SUV 4WD (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
2 of 3 people found this review helpful

Any review of the land cruiser needs to start with its build quality and reliability. All Land Cruisers are built around the concept of a 25 year service life and that means more expensive and durable components. For example, the windshield is 2mm thicker than standard Toyota and the entire exhaust is stainless steel and double thick for corrosion protection and no warping/cracking when you dunk it in water hot. So any comparison with a MB GL or a GMC Tahoe that doesn't include reliability comparisons is really missing the point. I'm sure that they are fine cars but let's compare them at 200,000 miles. Also, the Land Cruiser is not really focused on the US market. They only sell between 200-300 per month in the US. The Land Cruiser is built for markets with bad roads and a need to occasionally go overland to get where you need to go. I love my 2015 Land Cruiser. It is understated and works and I fully expect it to keep it through 200,000 miles. It is easy to drive, solid as a rock, goes in any weather, and it is not massive but it can accomplish just about anything you need. Highly recommended.

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rich man's Sequoia

cch, 08/12/2016
4dr SUV 4WD (5.7L 8cyl 6A)
3 of 11 people found this review helpful

for $30k less you can buy a Sequoia,which is bigger & has the same platform. the Sequioa vs. Land Cruiser is kind of like the Kharman Ghia being the "poor man's Porsche" (back in the day).

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