Toyota Land Cruiser (2010 on)

5

Commercial Utility 3dr

reviewed by Erik Hamburger on 26 July 2021
5
Overall rating
4
How it drives
3
Fuel economy
3
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
4
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

Does what it was designed for very well.

A very strong heavy 4x4 which is used for farm and forestry work - and that is what they are designed for.
New upgraded 2021 Motor (More power, less fuel use) excellent.
Comfort so much better than expected from a 'Utility' car
Driven some 500 Miles from new and achieved 33 Mpg.
Some oddities such as front driver and passengers matts missing, and it shows that the 'Utility' is a conversion from a passenger model. Slits show where the rear seatbelts should have been; drinks-cups holders in a funny place, the load space floor lining appears to have been cut out with a chain-saw.
Reviews criticised the lank of a DAB Radio - bit it does have a DAB Radio!
A huge leap forwards compared to my previous 'working' 4x4, a Mitsubishi Shogun SWB (2007).
Highly recommended as an alternative to a Landrover Defender - with assumed much higher reliability.

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Price£32,765–£66,005
Road TaxJ–L
MPG29.7–39.2 mpg
Real MPG76.5%

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