2017 Toyota Land Cruiser SUV

$84,775 - $84,775
2017 Toyota Land Cruiser
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  • The Land Cruiser's off-road prowess doesn't come at the expense of ride comfort
  • Three-row, eight-passenger accommodations are standard
  • Towing capacity is higher than average


  • Third-row seats are confining and take up precious cargo space when stowed
  • The Land Cruiser is as expensive as other luxury-branded SUVs

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Features & Specs

4dr SUV 4WD (5.7L 8cyl 8A)
Starting MSRP$84,775
Transmission8-speed shiftable automatic
Horsepower381 hp @ 5600 rpm

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Toughness, Reliability, and Quality engineering
This truck isn't fancy, it isn't going to have the latest tech, but it will out last any truck out on the rode in comfort. Purchased this new truck after 2 years of research on the SUV market. Looked at the Audi Q7, Volvo XC90, Range Rover, Mercedes GL, Infiniti QX, and others. Great tech in the Audi but all data on reliability and the data was was limited to 7 years. Great tech in the Volvo XC90 but when you think of a 4 cylinder with a turbo charger and supercharger it is still a 4 cylinder engine pushing out that power and the strain it puts on the components is high. Range Rover also beautiful and technologically advanced but I own a Jaguar already and don't need 2 high maintenance vehicles (don't get me wrong I like the smooth V8 but I keep my trucks a long time). I had a 1999 Isuzu Trooper and it finally gave out after 18 years. The Toyota Land Cruiser delivers smooth power quietly and the ride absorbs the bumps without jarring occupants, but keep in mind it is a truck. Cabin is well insulated and keeps out the noise. The fuel efficiency is less than desireable, recent 1200 mile road road trip I averaged 17.5 mpg (I-5 through northern CA). In the city if I adjust my driving style can get 13.5 MPG. Only maintenance I have had done is get the windshield replaced, on the road trip got a rock chip. I have $0 deductible (lucky I switched), OEM glass is $900 and install another $200-300. Then you have to get the sensors and cameras calibrated at the dealership which is another $130-180. I have had OEE (Original equipment equivalent) glass and always could see imperfections, also with the tech I wouldn't go with anything but OEM glass. Update 5/22/2018: This truck has been a joy for our camping and snow adventures! On one of our camping trips I was coming down a hill and got the rear bumper snagged on a tree stump. Popped the rear bumper cover off. I was able to get it snapped back into place but it left a crack on the bottom. It was a steep descent and I knew the stump was there but didn’t realize how soft the dirt was. Estimate to replace is about $1100. Also have upgraded the tires to BFG TAKO2 and increased the size to 32.5” and don’t have any rubbing. Noticed some rough shifting when coasting to a stop and then starting to accelerate the shift is jerky at times. Brought it to the dealership hoping for a fix but they said there wasn’t one. I referred to a TSB and they said they would try to apply it but had to do a drive with the tech. They applied it and it put it back into learning mode and it seemed smoother but once it learned seemed to revert back but to a similar behavior but not as severe. Future plans are to upgrade the suspension next to OME-BP51’s but the OEM ride is supple and handles good for a truck of this size. No rattles or annoying squeaks.
Tundra to Land Cruiser
If you're willing to commit the money and deal with mileage same as a Tundra, this is one fine ride for northern climates. Driving on winter condition roads is a dream . I've driven Toyota trucks since 1997. All have been very reliable, solid vehicles. The Land Cruiser is a cut above without question.
Know what you are buying.
Pros: Looks good, reliable, comfortable and durable. Rugged feel but a refined interior. Cons: Gas mileage is miserable, averaging around 12 MPG, that isn't unexpected. The worst part of the bad MPG is that they combined it with a small fuel tank. This equates to filling up every 3-4 days. If you are over 6' 1" you will have to do a squat to get in or you will bump your head. The controls are also set up for a right hand drive vehicle. For example, when you press the seek button to scroll through presets, going to the right takes you from preset 5 to 4 instead of to 6....smh! The moonroof has 2 switches the one closest to the driver tilts and the button further away is to open!!! My conclusion on the SUV is that it is truly a niche vehicle but it is nowhere near an every day truck.

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Toyota Land Cruiser 2017 4dr SUV 4WD (5.7L 8cyl 8A) Blue Onyx Pearl Terra premium leather
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The 2017 Toyota Land Cruiser is the latest version of the oldest model in the Toyota portfolio. The primitive Jeep knock-off that would one day become the Land Cruiser was first introduced back in the early '50s. In 1958, Toyota's first full year selling new vehicles in the United States, the carmaker sold 287 Toyopet Crown sedans and…one Land Cruiser. Since then, the Land Cruiser has relentlessly evolved into the large, luxurious and indomitable vehicle that is, by far, the most expensive new car or truck sold under the Toyota brand.

Oh yeah, it's also spectacularly well built, legendarily reliable and able to overcome almost any terrain. This thing is a brilliantly comfortable and a fiercely capable brute.

The current-generation Land Cruiser has been in production since the 2008 model year and its age is apparent in some of the ad hoc modifications used to adapt the latest technology expected at its lofty price point. If you expect to find a powered rear liftgate, forget it. And the third row of seats is really a pair of foldaway jump seats that seem like afterthoughts. None of this detracts from the Cruiser's indomitable character, and this isn't some sort of wimpy crossover either.

It's expected that a new Land Cruiser will appear soon. But Toyota only sells a handful of these battlewagons every year in America, so the company may not be in a rush. Besides its enduring appeal is the fact it doesn't look like some overpolished luxury vehicle.

Like a proper truck, the Land Cruiser is built over a rugged ladder frame and uses a solid rear axle that's likely to survive the inevitable zombie apocalypse. Only one engine is offered; the same 5.7-liter, 32-valve V8 that's an option in the Tundra pickup. The big V8 is rated at 381 horsepower and is hooked up to an eight-speed automatic transmission that feeds a dual-range, full-time all-wheel-drive transfer case.

Fuel economy? In this massive thing? Keep in mind that Toyota lists its curb weight at 5,815 pounds — about 500 pounds more than the slightly larger Chevrolet Tahoe — and it's apparent it wasn't engineered with fuel economy in mind. So the EPA rates the Land Cruiser 15 mpg combined (13 city/18 highway). If fuel mileage is what matters, your Toyota dealer also sells the Prius.

There's only one trim level of Land Cruiser and it's loaded. But if that's not luxurious enough, the same basic vehicle is available from Toyota's luxury division as the Lexus LX 570. The Lexus is more expensive and better appointed, but its abilities are uncompromised.

With the limited numbers of Japanese-made Land Cruisers exported to the United States, finding one in a dealer's inventory can be difficult. But fortunately you're already on Edmunds where we can hunt one down for you, introduce you to a great dealer and ensure you get a satisfying deal.

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