Toyota Land Cruiser Base Version







Toyota Land Cruiser’s Base Version Could Be The Pick Of The RangeThe recent 2018MY Toyota Land Cruiser's facelift comes with what many potential customers might have missed: the entry-level Utility trim level.

Toyota UK describes it as a "workhorse" grade, aimed at those who want the durability and dependability of a Land Cruiser (sold as the Prado in certain markets) but couldn't care less for things like leather seats, chrome inserts or even alloy wheels.
That’s right; the new Land Cruiser Utility comes with a set of 17-inch steel wheels, which to these eyes look the business, eliminating the fear of curbing them and even probably offer a better ride quality too.And don’t let the entry-level spec scare you as the cheapest Land Cruiser still comes with roof rails, front fog lights, air-conditioning, dusk-sensing headlights, cruise control, smart entry and a six-speaker audio system with CD player, Bluetooth, aux-in and USB ports.Toyota offers the Land Cruiser Utility in three- and five-door versions. The only available engine is the 2.8-liter D-4D turbodiesel unit that makes 175hp and 309lb-ft when paired to a six-speed manual transmission.This back-to-basics approach is pretty refreshing, not to mention it makes the Toyota Land Cruiser more affordable than ever: a three-door Utility with the manual gearbox starts from £32,795 ($45,500 in current exchange rates) in the UK, with the five-door asking for £34,095.

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Toyota Land Cruiser’s Base Version Could Be The Pick Of The Range