When you think of Toyota, what do you think of? Do you think of the mind-numbing drudgery of an ancient creaking Corolla, whose rust is held together with lashings of lovingly applied house paint? Or, do you think of being in a far-off land, cradled gently in the ample bosom of a LandCruiser Sahara?
It has been a while since I tested a Toyota LandCruiser LC70 Dual Cab Ute. So I booked one for review. Having tested the single cab LC70 previously and the dual cab LC70 (back in 2012) , I was keen to see just how much better this latest version was. Toyota LC70 was updated in late 2016 with a host [...]
by David Brown There are four main reasons you might buy a car: its function for your practical needs; the comfort it provides to you; the way people think about at you; and to mix with a certain type of person. The new Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series scores two out of four but not in the way you might think. [...]
LandCruiser Sahara: Your limo transport to the wild awaits. Yes Yes Yes oh YES!: space, luxury, silky V8, reputation, quietness Oh dear me no: Price There aren’t too many SUVs bigger than the LandCruiser, nor are there many SUVs who have gone farther or done more. It is a very select group who can claim membership to the “we can [...]
Folding the rear seats Above left: The hatchback-tent (on a Ford) Above Right: Crawl Control Toyota gave me a chance to take a LandCruiser 200 GXL for a week. I was interested to if the bad driving associated with large SUV drivers is the fault of the car or not. OUTSIDE: The receptionist at [...]