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1997 Toyota Land Cruiser 4WDReview
Dexter writes:
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The Reliable Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series — performance for a 6 cylinder turbo diesel engine is excellent, efficient in city driving and powerful on highway and off road driving. build like the car while last forever very well designed suspension, makes you confident that the vehicle can take you where your going and back. very good resale value. i take pride in driving it around town

Pros: built like a tank, very smooth ride and very well designed engine and suspension

Cons: have not experienced anything negative about it on and off road

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1997 Toyota Land Cruiser 4WDReview
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Damn Good — very reliable, comfortable, and very quick for a 3-ton 4x4, though ours has been superchiped

Pros: reliable, comfortable

Cons: its big

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1997 Toyota Land CruiserReview
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Very Good Family Car — The vehicle has very good acceleration, basically can take on any car after traffic lights. The ABS brakes are very good. Feels safe when driving and handles very well. This car is fun to drive. The only problem (and I am serious) the Toyota Landcruiser has is the fuel milage. I recently did a continuous 6 hour drive on 50 litres of fuel. When I bought it had 250000km on it. Now it has over 300000kms on it and it required new disk pads and regular general servicing.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Toyota Landcruiser makes me feel like the king of the road with its size, power, safety features and easy handling.

Cons: Fuel milage - not very good for short trips

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1997 Toyota Land Cruiser 4WD Review
Oscar says:
Reliable, and oh did I mention reliable?
vs1997 Land Rover Range Rover
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Looks/Style Ranked 1997 Land Rover Range Rover worse.
"Now that they are 20 years old, the LC just holds up better against time."
Cargo Capacity Ranked 1997 Land Rover Range Rover worse.
"Reliable, dependable, and when it does require service, it’s inexpensive "
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