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My 1996 Land Cruiser Needs A New Engine. If I Replace With A New One With ...
Engine burned out on a long road trip. Needs a new engine. I've looked into used & new engines. Want to know approximate worth for resale value with a new engine, zero miles.
I Have A 1977 Toyota Fj40. I Need To Replace The Turn Signal Switch. Does...
My 2003 Land Cruiser Temp Gauge Is Heating Up All Of A Sudden Coolant Is Fi...
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I'm buying a 91 landcruiser fj80 as my first car, getting it from a buddy. It had 225 miles on it and I was wondering if I should look out for and how much longer it should last? Thx will
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Toyota Land Cruiser Overview
The Toyota Land Cruiser has a long and venerable history. Orginally designed for military use, they arrived in the U.S. for civilian consumption in 1960, making the Land Cruiser one of Toyota's oldest nameplates in this country. Originally a tough, no-nonsense truck, the Land Cruiser has grown to be a cushy luxury SUV. However, it is still Toyota's best vehicle for off-road use.
The first generation of Land Cruisers were sold for nearly 20 years. Rugged and utilitarian, they were geared towards off-roading enthusiasts, who enjoyed pushing their TLCs to the limit.
By 1980, Toyota recognized the emerging SUV market, and the Land Cruiser began to evolve into the plush SUV that it is today. Thus, the next generation of TLCs included creature comforts like air conditioning and disc brakes. At the next redesign, in 1990, the Land Cruiser was designed to appeal to the mass market, and emerged as a high-end, luxury SUV--much to the dismay of die-hard off-roaders, who thought the Land Cruiser was losing some of its original intent.
Today, the Land Cruiser is one of Toyota's most expensive vehicles, and includes all the amenities one would expect in a luxury car while still remaining a capable off-road vehicle.