Review: Toyota Land Cruiser (1997 – 2003)
Very roomy, tough and well equipped. Unfazed by rough terrain and heavy trailers. Diesels have masses of lowdown pull.
Feels big on the road and not overly refined to drive. Cylinder heads of diesels can crack. Imported Prados being passed off as UK cars.
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