2005 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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4 Dr STD 4WD SUV
Avg. Price: $22,007

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4.55 stars

Based on 6 reviews

Talk About Well Built by Langley
 — this car does it all. handling 5 passengers in comfort, eating up the worst weather you can imagine with ease and providing wonderfully luxurious interior appointments. It really is a wonderful car. ... Read More
This Is The Ultimate Family Car.... by tjfirst
 — This car is a the one that you want to keep forever. It's a beast. Great engine... change the oil, replace the brakes (perhaps too often) and drive it forever. The quality of the engineering is ... Read More
Outstanding! ! ! by Cornel
 — Tke King of the World! Without a doubt the best 4x4 in the world. . . Nothing can compare. It just has that mucho appearance and the drive is magnificent. Its performance off-road, has no limits and n... Read More

2005 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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2005 Toyota Land Cruiser

Except for bigger wheels, the 2005 Toyota Land Cruiser continued unchanged from the previous year.

The 2005 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 '05 Land Cruiser seated eight, with a removable third-row seat for extra storage. Fuel economy was about 14/16 mpg.

Drivers like the 2005 Toyota Land Cruiser because it handles well off-road and in bad weather, but also provides plenty of comfort and luxury features. They also say it is very reliable and has a high resale value. One of the biggest complaints is about the poor gas mileage, and longtime Land Cruiser fans also complain that by this point, the boxy look is a little outdated.

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