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  • 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser Base in Gold
    178,577 miles
    Dealer:  (13)
    47.3 mi away
    Stock# T21355A
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    $27,899

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    Est. Loan: $508/mo
    Great Deal!Great Deal!
    $4,881 Below Market

    Classic Toyota - Waukegan / Illinois

    Located 47 miles away from Milwaukee, WI

    *Land Cruiser* *4WD* *5.7L V8* Take a look at this reliable and capable 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser! This Land Cruiser is packed with features, Navigation, JBL Premium Audio, 8 Touch Screen, Rear DVD Entertainment System, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Center Cooler Box, Moonroof, Heated Seats, Ventilated Seats, 4 Zone Climate Control, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, and much more! Versatile, well maintained, and very well equipped. Visit Classic Toyota Today! The Friendliest Place In Town!

    Dealer Review:

    Randy and Kevin were such a pleasure to deal with! Really exceptional, and so fast with the paperwork. You won't have to sit around for hours, these people know what they are doing. I highly recommend Classic Toyota.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser Base with AWD/4WD, 8000lb Towing Capacity, Stability Control, Auto Climate Control, Adaptive Cruise Control.
    Engine: 8-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: four wheel drive
    15 Combined MPG (13 City/18 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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16 years of stellar reliability and value.
Edsel,05/29/2016
I purchased my Land Cruiser new in 2000. It is still giving me near flawless service 16 years later. Beyond routine servicing; tires, gas oil, timing belt, coolant - it has been the most reliable vehicle I have owned in 45 years. I've owned BMW's, Jaguars, Lexus' nothing comes close to this Land Cruiser. Edit: (05/31/2017) I traded the Land Cruiser in for a 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk. My LC had too much rust on frame cross members, component brackets and trailer hitch assembly to be used reliably everyday. This Cruiser had some of the same rust problems the infamous Toyota Tacoma had of the same era but without Toyota's generous trade-in/repair recall program. I miss my Land Cruiser everyday but I wasn't about to surrender $80k for a new one. After first owning a new 1991 FJ80 and then a new 100 series Land Cruiser it's really hard to adapt to a Grand Cherokee. I'm very tall so my choices for a new 4x4 utility vehicle were almost non-existent. The Jeep GC became my compromise purchase.
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