2000 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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4.65 stars

Based on 9 reviews

Will Drive It Until The Wheels Fall Off!!! by nittanylion
 — I've always wanted one of these cars and really glad I found one. It has about 130K miles on it and just keeps on going with minimum repairs. About the only repairs are normal things that wear out i... Read More
Goes Anywhere, Any Time,... Tows Everything by kimwdavis
 — Gas Milage is , well, very low for today's standards.... but this is a given for all year model Land Cruisers. I have taken this Land Cruiser everywhere in Florida ... in all road conditons, as a R... Read More
Landcruiser 100 Series by Nick
 — After 8 years of sun abuse, weather, hail, bugs, insects, 100+ degree weather in the summer and below 32 in the winter, this truck still looks like it did on the first day, minus some wear on the seat... Read More

2000 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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Based on 9 reviews

2000 Toyota Land Cruiser

So we wanted a car that could handle 3 kids, a dog and my wife and I. The car had to have a 3rd back seat so we could carpool kids and their friends to school and activities. The landcruiser fits the bill.

Wonderfully elegant interior, great handling, room for 7 people and can deal with any weather you throw at it (and I mean any weather). We live in the new england area and get upwards of 3-4 feet of snow at a time and this car handles amazingly well in snow/ice - better than my audi - for that matter.

On the topic of interior finish, this car, while an suv, has an interior on a par with most luxury sedans. The leather seats are really stunning and the controls and dashboard are very nicely appointed.

as for reliability - we have had this car for 6 years now and have had very few problems. The air conditioner needed to be fixed this spring but other than that we've had no problems at all. I've read that these cars really do last for upwards of 125k miles.

While built as an suv and certainly not small, the Landcruiser handles like a much smaller 4 door luxury sedan. The ride is very smooth. The steering quite responsive and the pick-up is impressive. Overall it is a very enjoyable car to drive especially on long trips.

As for cons - the price tag is certainly steep. I think you can pick up a used 2000 landcruiser for say $20k and at that price I think you will be happy with the purchase. The other downside is the gas mileage - avg. 15 mpg.

overall, our family loves this car and we look forward to many more years of reliable usage.


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Have a 2000 land cruiser. My anti rollover system is malfunctioning. Dealer unable to diagnose. Anyone have any ideas?

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