The Toyota Land Cruiser is roomy and great off road, but it’s expensive to buy and run, and noisy and sluggish to driveget the best price
The price jump is considerable to move up to Icon, so while it adds 18in wheels, electrically adjustable and heated leather seats, LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, sat-nav, privacy glass and automatic lights and wipers, it’s hard to justify. It does get automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, road sign assist and lane departure alert, though.
Engine: 2.8 D-4D
We are yet to try out this variant
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