1994 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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1994 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

With the exception of an upgraded sound system, the 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser saw very few changes for the model year.

The 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser came in one trim level and had a 4.5-liter, 212 horsepower six cylinder. A four-speed automatic was the only available transmission. The 1994 Land Cruiser had a permanently engaged four-wheel-drive system. Fuel economy was about 12/14 mpg.

Owners of the 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser love it for its rugged capabilities, which make it excellent for camping and driving to work in the snow. Drivers also love how reliable it is, saying that with regular maintenance it rarely needs to go into the shop. However, it does get poor gas mileage, and drivers also complain in the event a 1994 Land Cruiser does need repairs, it can be quite expensive.

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