The Toyota Land Cruiser has evolved from the basic four-wheel-drive utility vehicle designed 60 years ago to a luxurious SUV that can seat up to eight people and transport large amounts of cargo. As always, the Land Cruiser can handle any kind of road or primitive trail in any kind of weather. It can tow up to 8,500 pounds.
On the 2014 Land Cruiser, every conceivable luxury comes as standard equipment, as does every feature current technology can provide to enhance off-road capability. In other words, the Land Cruiser comes only as one fully loaded model. The luxuries include HDD navigation with Entune multi-media system, JBL audio, a rear-seat entertainment system, rear spoiler, rain-sensing wipers, center-console cooler, headlight washers. leather-trimmed steering wheel, multi-information display, voice controls, and Bluetooth hands-free connectivity.
Toyota updated Land Cruiser’s styling for 2013, with revisions to the grille, headlamps, taillamps, exterior moldings and mirrors. The changes were relatively subtle, calculated to maintain the Land Cruiser’s iconic look, which is the reason Land Cruisers never look dated or go out of style. There have been no further changes for 2014.
The Land Cruiser features all-terrain capability, with a brilliantly designed suspension that enhances performance on irregular terrain yet does not compromise cornering or braking on paved roads. Land Cruiser owners enjoy an exceptionally secure, comfortable SUV that can make extreme use seem routine. Land Cruiser's body-on-frame construction provides rugged durability for hard use off-highway.
Land Cruisers are high-quality vehicles built in small volumes in Japan alongside Lexus vehicles at Toyota's flagship manufacturing facilities. Used Land Cruisers are scarce and command high prices.