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2016 Toyota Landcruiser Prado GXL (4x4) Review

I bought this vehicle after reading every review I could find on these kinds of cars; the Everest, Disco4, Pajero Exceed (former owner 2009), Trailblazer and Isuzu. The Prado is a good car, and I am very happy with it so I thought I'd write more about the perceived merits/ demerits in this car compared to the others that I have seen on countless reviews...

2016 Toyota Landcruiser Prado GXL (4x4) Review

In the UK we get the Active, which closely matches the GXL. I have been running mine for 3 months and very pleased with the economy (6l-8l/100km) depending how I use it. Using it on the farm it is better than my previous two Land Rover Discoveries (like the time I was idling and the engine let go at 25,000 miles...

2016 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Kakadu (4x4) Review

We have bought the 2016 Prado Kakadu in Feb this year. We have towed with a 1 tonne camper van and didn't even notice it was there. We crossed over the range from Armidale to Port Macquarie and it handled the windy roads with ease. We travelled over 1000kms towing and still made half a tank sitting on the speed limit and driving to the road conditions...

2015 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl (4x4) Review

I have owned Toyota Landcruisers continuously since 1975. I have had over 10 different models during that time and have always loved them and enjoyed them. This current LC200 GXL is without a doubt the best vehicle I have ever owned. I Have had Range Rovers and Patrols earlier on as well. Love the ride, the sheer towing ability, comfort and the economy of this updated model...

2016 Toyota Landcruiser Prado GXL (4x4) Review

We had been looking to replace our 7 seat, 2008 Ford Territory TS for a few months and needed something with 7 usable seats, good on fuel and comfortable to drive. We have 3 children in school now and needed a 3rd row seat that was usable for school friends and adults alike when necessary. After test driving several different cars we settled on the new 2...

1989 Toyota Landcruiser Sahara (4x4) Review

Nirvana’s debut album Bleach hit the air waves, the Berlin wall came down and the price of diesel was only 55 cents a litre. Yes, the year 1989 had stack of cool things happen but for me the coolest of them all was when the Hj61rg Landcruiser rolled off the production line...

2012 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl (4x4) Review

Toyota dual cab 79 series with 80,000 km on the clock, hoping to add another zero to that over the next 20yrs. What a truck this machine is! Its a shame my overall score rates so low because it doesn't really reflect how much I love this beast. The scoring system is tricky because you are comparing this vehicle to others that I have driven & that is very varied (Merc, Porsche, Audi, HSV) but I wouldn't take any of those to outback Australia...

2015 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Kakadu (4x4) Review

I was in the market for a premium SUV fit for the family. At the time I had eyes on the Range Rover Sport and Grand Cherokee, then I saw the Prado Kakadu. (Mind you I had a 2011 GXL at the time) I thought hard and decided to go Toyota again. Due to my frequent long distance commuting, I liked it, it had all the bells and whistles but with luxury and was good with fuel...

1997 Toyota Landcruiser Gxl 40th Ann Le (4x4) Review

Unfortunately I'm now no longer an owner of my 80 series Landcruiser. For around eight years the Landcruiser was a part of my life and I had no intentions of selling it, unfortunately sometimes things in life don't always go the way you've planned and my beloved 80 series was unfortunately destroyed in a high speed rollover...

1989 Toyota Landcruiser Review

From the shell-shocked battle fields of the Middle East through to the urban sprawl of inner city Sydney the term LandCruiser is synonymous with quality, reliability, and an uncanny ability to power on despite all odds. While the current iteration is every bit as refined as its European equivalents (and every bit as expensive) the earlier LandCruiser's were more, agricultural, to put it politely...

2003 Toyota Landcruiser Prado GXL (4x4) Review

Excellent reliability an durability are the features of this vehicle, at 440,000 country km's, and vibration, it has handled it all gracefully. Fuel economy isn't like the new one's, but it's low maintenance requirements- beyond oil changes and timing belt, balance those to some degree! When we purchased our Prado we were the second owners, at 80,000km...

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