Toyota Land Cruiser cars for sale

Renowned for its impeccable reliability and off-road prowess, the Toyota Land Cruiser has cemented its place as a favourite SUV and ute among New Zealand drivers. Equipped with a robust 4.5-litre V8 turbo diesel engine, it comfortably seats up to eight passengers, making it as versatile as it is powerful.

Whether navigating rugged mountain trails or cruising sandy beaches, the Land Cruiser handles every challenge with ease. Complementing its rugged nature, it’s packed with advanced safety features including a pre-collision system and lane departure alert, showcasing Toyota’s commitment to both adventure and safety.

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We include in these search results any new and used vehicles for sale across New Zealand including the major centres such as Auckland (Auckland Region), Wellington (Wellington Region), Christchurch (Canterbury Region), Hamilton (Waikato Region), Tauranga (Bay of Plenty Region), Napier-Hastings (Hawke's Bay Region), Dunedin (Otago Region), Palmerston North (Manawatū Region), Nelson (Nelson Region), Queenstown (Otago Region), Rotorua (Bay of Plenty Region) and Whangārei (Northland Region).

Technical Specifications

  • Engine: 4.5-litre V8 diesel engine
  • Horsepower: 200 hp
  • Torque: 430 lb-ft
  • Transmission: 6-speed automatic transmission
  • Drive Type: Four-wheel drive
  • Ground Clearance: 230 mm
  • Seating Capacity: 8 passengers
  • Cargo Capacity: 16.1 cubic metres
  • Towing Capacity: 3,500 kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 138 litres

This is a guide – technical specifications may vary vehicle to vehicle.

Toyota Land Cruiser variants

Land Cruiser 70 Series Iconic off-roader with a rugged design and powerful engine options. Engine: 4.5L V8 diesel or 4.0L V6 petrol
Power: 151-202 kW
Torque: 430-615 Nm
Towing: 3,500-3,500 kg
Land Cruiser 200 Series Luxurious SUV with advanced safety features and spacious interior. Engine: 4.5L V8 diesel or 4.6L V8 petrol
Power: 195-227 kW
Torque: 650-650 Nm
Towing: 3,500-3,500 kg
Land Cruiser 70 LT Single Cab Rugged, versatile with 60 years of unbroken performance. Ideal for tough terrains. Features: 5-Star ANCAP, 16" steel wheels, 130L fuel tank
Land Cruiser 70 LT Double Cab Space for the crew, standard 6.1" display audio, reversing camera. Seating: 5 seats
Land Cruiser 70 LX Single Cab Standard LT features plus LX interior, chrome exterior detailing. Features: Remote door locking, chrome bumper
Land Cruiser 70 LX Double Cab Ample passenger room, 16" alloy wheels, over fenders, multi-info display. Wheels: 16" alloy
Land Cruiser 300 VX Packed with a 3.3-litre V6 twin-turbo diesel and 10-speed auto transmission. 12.3” touchscreen. Engine: 3.3L V6 diesel twin-turbo
Transmission: 10-speed automatic
Towing: 3.5 tonne
Land Cruiser 300 VX Limited Prestige 20” wheels, woodgrain ornamentation, leather accented interior, sunroof, JBL speakers. Wheels: 20” chrome metallic
Features: 11.6” Rear Entertainment, sunroof, 14 JBL speakers
Land Cruiser 300 GR Sport 5-seater GR Sport, stability systems, six drive modes, Gazoo Racing detailing. Features: E-KDSS, Adaptive Variable Suspension
Wheels: 18” matte grey alloys

The Toyota Land Cruiser (Japanese: トヨタ・ランドクルーザー, Hepburn: Toyota Rando-Kurūzā) is a testament to Toyota's commitment to producing enduring four-wheel-drive vehicles. Being Toyota's longest-running series, it has crossed the impressive milestone of 10 million units in sales worldwide as of 2019.

Launching its inaugural model back in 1951, the Land Cruiser's various avatars include the convertible, hardtop, station wagon, and cab chassis styles. The Australian outback, known for its extreme temperatures and challenging terrains, is Toyota's testing ground, underlining the Land Cruiser's unmatched durability.

A Brief Overview of Land Cruiser Models:

  1. BJ and FJ Series (1951-1955): The genesis of the Land Cruiser legacy. Initially known as the Toyota Jeep, this model set the foundation for what would become an iconic series.
  2. Land Cruiser 20 Series (1955-1960): Building on its predecessor's success, this series introduced more engine options and improved styling.
  3. Land Cruiser 40 Series (1960-1984): Synonymous with toughness, the 40 series became a favorite among off-road enthusiasts and remains a symbol of Toyota's commitment to quality.
  4. Land Cruiser 60 Series (1980-1984): A transition to luxury without compromising on ruggedness. With enhanced features and a more comfortable interior, it catered to a broader audience.
  5. Land Cruiser 70 Series (1984-Present): A return to the series' rugged roots, with variations like the hardtop, utility, cab-chassis, and troop carrier.
  6. Land Cruiser 80 Series (1989-1997): Balancing off-road capability with on-road comfort, this series saw the introduction of advanced systems like the electronically controlled suspension.
  7. Land Cruiser 100 Series (1998-2007): Prioritising safety and sophistication, the 100 series introduced features like brake assist and electronic brake-force distribution.
  8. Land Cruiser 200 Series (2007-2021): The flagship SUV model before the 300 series, known for its luxury, power, and advanced safety features.
  9. Land Cruiser 300 Series (2021-Present): Marking a new era for the Land Cruiser, the 300 series brings with it a blend of modern design, technological advancements, and the tried-and-tested ruggedness the series is known for. Notable for its 3.3-litre V6 twin-turbo diesel engine and advanced features such as the Multi-Terrain Select for off-roading.

Today, the Land Cruiser isn't just a vehicle; it's a symbol of robustness, longevity, and the spirit of adventure. Whether in the sands of the Middle East, the bush and farms of New Zealand, or the urban streets of Tokyo, the Land Cruiser stands as a beacon of Toyota's legacy in the world of automobiles.

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