I have a 2006 Landcruiser, that I like alot, with 113000 miles. I'm thinking of trying to trade or sell for a GL-class or a Range Rover Sport with lower miles.Is this reasonable or should I just stay with my Landcruiser.I know this sounds like personal preference question, but I'm just wondering if they are upgrades..

Asked by Dec 24, 2014 at 03:39 PM about the 2006 Toyota Land Cruiser

Question type: General

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If you like your current vehicle and there are no issues, keep driving it. Look online for some aftermarket parts for your land cruiser, here is one site...http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/performanceparts/Toyota/Land_C ruiser

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Personally I would never make that trade because of the many repair issues Range Rovers have. I just sold a GL -450 that my wife drove because the repair bills were always from$1,000 to $4500 each time their was an issue. My 2007 Land Cruiser has only cost me regular scheduled maintenance over the years I have owned the vehicle. My Land Cruiser has 149,323 miles and is still a great ride. Their is a quiet kind of image that an older Land Cruiser carries that does not scream look at me like a Range Rover does. Mercedes and Range Rover drivers know that Land Cruiser people can afford to drive any type of high end vehicle. Hope that helps............Happy New Year

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