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Toyota Landcruiser

$ 94,301 - $ 143,101* MRLP

If you've travelled around Australia, one thing stands out more than any other in every corner of the country: the Toyota LandCruiser. Be it the hard-working 70 Series ute, wagon or troop carrier, or the family-friendly 300 Series, the legendary LandCruiser is a reassuring fixture on Aussie roads.

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2024 Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series review: Australian first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 7 Dec 2023


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Review | 22 Aug 2023


We hitch up 2.5 tonnes worth of caravan to the new LandCruiser 300 to see how it fares as a tow rig.

Toyota Landcruiser Price*

2023Toyota Landcruiser GX 3.3L Diesel SUV 4XD$94,301
2023Toyota Landcruiser GXL 3.3L Diesel SUV 4XD$106,101
2023Toyota Landcruiser VX 3.3L Diesel SUV 4XD$118,301
2023Toyota Landcruiser Sahara 3.3L Diesel SUV 4XD$135,501
2023Toyota Landcruiser GR Sport 3.3L Diesel SUV 4XD$142,101
2023Toyota Landcruiser Sahara ZX 3.3L Diesel SUV 4XD$143,101

Toyota Landcruiser Specs:

Variant (1 available)
Image: 2022 Toyota LandCruiser GR Sport. Model features may vary.
Image: 2022 Toyota LandCruiser GR Sport. Model features may vary.
Drive Type
Fuel Efficiency
8.9L / 100km
Towing braked
3500 kg
Towing unbraked
750 kg
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Variant (1 available)
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Toyota Landcruiser Dimensions

The Toyota Landcruiser has 6 variants. The height is 1950mm, the width ranges from 1980mm to 1990mm and length is between 4980mm and 5015mm:


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1988 Toyota Landcruiser: owner review
Owner Review | 4 Mar 2021
Well 33 years ago at 21 years old I decided I wanted a 4x4 ute so started looking around but back then just about everyone in the rural areas was driving a cruiser, so after a couple of conversations with the car yard fella I drove out with my new hj75 series ute. I honestly felt pretty good driving home until I hit my first hill and cars just started going around me, and I thought wow what have I done. But over time I learnt how to drive it properly and also learnt you don’t buy a cruiser for fuel economy, they’re designed for work and the old utes with the 2h engine can handle lots of work. By using the gears correctly I could get 700 kms to a tank back then which I thought was pretty good and I loved the 2nd tank. My first big test was when I headed from Victoria up to the Northern Territory for a new job, I found once up to top gear she cruised along pretty steady at 100 which is all I really wanted anyway, but I realised stock out of the showroom the tyres weren’t really suitable for off road work so half way up I had them changed over, and while there I had the suspension tweaked up a bit. I then worked out even with all my gear the aluminium tray was just too light so as soon as I could I changed it over to a steel tray. And apart from the addition of a winch she stayed like that until about 4 years ago when I decided to add a few extras for camping, like an awning etc. 33 years later I still own that original ute I bought in 88 and over the years we’ve been all round Australia together, including the Victorian high country numerous times, we’ve towed horse floats and tandem trailers all over the country and only now I’ve decided she deserves a bit of a rebuild, but she definitely owes me nothing and I reckon she will be mine as long as I can hold the steering wheel. Absolutely love my old cruiser Ute

1992 Toyota LandCruiser Sahara (4x4): owner review
Owner Review | 14 Mar 2020
I decided 15 yrs ago to become a bald nomad and needed a vehicle to tow a 7.2m euro caravan which I was in the process of buying. I researched what would be suitable in the 4 wheel drive Category and the Toyota 80 series stood out as a super reliable and capable vehicle especially the turbo diesel model After much research found a 1992 turbo diesel Sahara with 290,000kays and an impeccable service history, to some that would seem excessive kilometres but as history has proved the statement just run in is absolutely true and to top it off 15,000$ had just been spent on off-road gear, suspension, drawers bull bar,lights, Cb radio and a great stereo. I would say this has been the best vehicle I have ever owned and I have had a few being a car nut and 71yrs old. Over the years I have replaced most things that hang of the main mechanicals, alternator,radiator,batteries, rebuilt the turbo as a precaution and a new aircon compressor, the old girl is heading towards 600,000 kays and the motor is running as sweetly as when I bought it, rebuilt the injector pump and have done the injectors once. Some would say this would seem a lot of maintenance but any vehicle after 15yrs needs a lot of these things replaced and when you consider this vehicle has towed the caravan for 80,000k and done an awful lot of heavy duty off-road work and being the Sahara model is supremely comfortable and still marvel at how well it drives and handles, I am one happy camper and looking forward to the 1,000000k mark being reached, if I live that long !! I have thought about upgradiing to a later model cruiser and have a soft spot for a Lexus 470 with full Lexus service, which can be bought for a great price and A lot of them do not have huge mileage and have never towed anything more than a box trailer but the 80 is running so well and I have outfitted it with everything I need to live comfortably on the road, I think she will be with me until I go to the great camping ground in the sky.


Where is the Toyota Landcruiser made?

The Toyota Landcruiser is built in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

* ‘MRLP’ is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.
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