Toyota Land Cruiser

Toyota Land Cruiser at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Toyota Land Cruiser at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

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Toyota Land Cruiser:

The Land Cruiser is a world-wide legend, known from Aruba to Zimbabwe to be one of the most competent SUVs ever made. Featuring a sturdy body-on-frame design and a 5.7-liter 381-hp V-8 engine with an eight-speed automatic and full-time four-wheel drive, it offers serious off-roading ability. Creature comforts are addressed, too, with three rows of leather seating for eight (the front seats are ventilated), Toyota’s Entune infotainment, and wireless headphones for the rear entertainment system.

Aside from ditching its old-school solid front axle and venerated inline six-cylinder back in 1998, the Cruiser’s updates have largely focused on creature comforts and sheetmetal revisions. When the current iteration (a J200 in Toyota-speak) appeared in 2008 with a 5.7-liter V-8 replacing the previous 4.7-liter V-8, it had been nearly a decade in the making. Toyota performed a mild refresh in 2013, whereupon it took the opportunity to cram it chock-full of nearly every infotainment and electronic safety-nanny feature in the Toyota canon.

At 5926 pounds as tested, there’s no getting around the Land Cruiser’s heft. But as with a classic revolver or a quality hand tool, every ounce earns its keep. You notice it instantly. The interior door latches, for instance, feel and operate as if they were designed for demanding environments. A high, flat floor to allow ground clearance necessitates a “legs forward” seating position, and while there is elbow and shoulder room to spare, headroom can be a little tight for those much over six feet tall. The beltline is low and your torso high, providing what they referred to in the early days of SUV-mania as a “commanding view.”

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