2004 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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4 Dr STD 4WD SUV
Avg. Price: $18,816

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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 6 reviews

The Cruiser. by Murithi
 — The Land cruise has an enviable acceleration good braking but to enable good handling you have to place sand bags at the back weighing about 100 to 200 kgs for stability. The body needs some repairs t... Read More
Best by Nanda
 — I'm from Iceland, and this is the best suv you can have in this country, it manages everything, here a normal street is an off road challenge, but the land cruiser pass through it. Excellent for h... Read More
Satisfactory by Egbekun__Moses
 — i love the smooth tramission. the car is also intelligent. altho havin problems with d abs, steering viibrates so much while braking at high speed handling is excellent. leather interior requires cle... Read More

2004 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 6 reviews

2004 Toyota Land Cruiser

The 2004 Toyota Land Cruiser got a couple of high-tech additions, including Bluetooth technology and a back-up camera.

The 2004 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 '04 Land Cruiser seated eight, with a removable third-row seat for extra storage. Fuel economy was about 14/16 mpg.

Drivers like the 2004 Toyota Land Cruiser because it handles well in all conditions, is easy to drive for its size, and offers plenty of cargo space. They also like how reliable the 2004 Land Cruiser is, and that it has a high resale value. The biggest complain is about the poor gas mileage.

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Can I Use Regular Gas

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