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2003 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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4 Dr STD 4WD SUV
Avg. Price: $18,361

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4.35 stars

Based on 3 reviews

This Is An Excellent Car. I'll Buy One Again If I Can Wear This One Out. by RayK
 — Best car I've ever owned, hands down. Incredible reliability. I've spent less than $1.5K on it in scheduled maintenance over almost 7 years (not including tires and batteries) with zero problems. I... Read More
Great Work Horse In Comfort, But High Running Costs by Robert
 — its a diesel 4x4 so its not great on road handling but off road its a great and fun. Brakes are good as it is heavy. Acceleration is ok. Build quality is solid and reliable. Appearnace is good, compa... Read More
Good For The Average Person by Ivan
 — V8 is nice heavy slow acceleration for a V8 spacy comfy brakes gets bad when old lots of blind spots did not have ipod docking drinks petrol like water would be awesome with a supercharger 0-100 in 7 ... Read More

2003 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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2003 Toyota Land Cruiser

The 2003 Toyota Land Cruiser saw a number of small changes. The four-speed automatic was upgraded to a five-speed, the engine got five more horsepower, and a number of new options were introduced, like side airbags and a DVD entertainment system. The 2003 Land Cruiser also got a few cosmetic enhancements, such as a new grille, front and rear bumpers, and alloy wheels.

The 2003 Toyota Land Cruiser came in one, well-equipped trim level. The engine was a 4.7-liter 235 horsepower V8. The only available transmission was a five-speed automatic, and the four-wheel-drive was permanently engaged. The '03 Land Cruiser seated eight, with a removable third-row seat for extra storage. Fuel economy was about 14/16 mpg.

Drivers like the 2003 Toyota Land Cruiser because it handles well in all conditions, offers a generous amount of cargo space, is very reliable, and comes with a lot of luxury features. Land Cruiser owners also like to brag about the resale value of their SUVs. The biggest complain is the poor gas mileage.

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