2004 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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2004 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview

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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2004 Toyota Land Cruiser Starts Up But Then Dies. Dealer Says It's Key Issu...

After a recent car wash our 2004 Toyota Land Cruiser would start up but then die within 1-2 seconds. Both the check engine light and the battery light came on. We had it towed 5-6 hours later to th...

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I Have A 2004 Land Cruiser Which Needs New Wheels Due To Corrosion. Do Late...

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Should I Buy A 2004 With 163000 Miles On It

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I have a 2004 Landcruiser with 72k miles on it. Yes, you read right. Due to age, it needs a timing belt and everything that goes along with that. Estimates are around $1,500. Truck is otherwise gre...

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