When it comes to longevity and reputation, half a century
of production has proven that the Toyota Land Cruiser is
indeed a tribute to exceptional design, technology, and
overall features that keep enthusiasts coming back year
after year. With continuous improvements and upgrades, it
is a serious force on the market today.
Hitting the automotive industry for 2002 is one
grand model, which this year is packed with even more standard
features for your buck than ever before. Backed by quality
and reliability, The Land Cruiser is a highly functional
and versatile vehicle that is just as comfortable on the
dirt roads that lead to your cottage as it is gliding down
a city street on the way to the opera.
The Toyota Land Cruiser is simply brimming with
amenities, with standards such as heated power adjustable
front seats, reclining 60/40 split folding second row seats
for extra cargo space, power windows, power rear quarter
windows, and power door locks. The impressive list continues
with the comfort of automatic climate control, and conveniences
like cruise control, HomeLink, rear console, 12-volt power
outlets in the center cluster, and a compass integrated
on the electrochromic rear view mirror.
For entertainment value, the Land Cruiser packs a premium
JBL AM/FM stereo with cassette player and six-CD changer
pumping the tunes out of seven speakers. The interior is
lined with luxurious leather seating, and a navigation system
is available as an option.
The rugged yet elegant exterior of the Land Cruiser
is graced with dual heated power outside mirrors, power
tilt/slide sunroof, and integrated front fog lights for
maximum visibility in inclement weather.
Each Toyota Land Cruiser powers down the road
with a tough 4.7-litre, 32-valve, DOHC, eight-cylinder engine
that rips out 230 horsepower and an impressive 320 lb-ft
of torque, going form 0-60 in 9.9 seconds. With a large
independent front suspension, handling is more precise whether
you are driving on the highway or the back roads.
The standard transmission is a responsive four-speed automatic
with overdrive. Full-time four-wheel drive directs increased
power and control to all four wheels for exceptional performance
in demanding territory.
Safety and Security
The Land Cruiser's performance specifications
spill into the safety category with standards such as ABS
brakes with electronic brake force distribution, brake assist,
traction control, and skid control.
The list of safety standards continues with a driver depowered
air bag, passenger depowered air bag, adjustable head restraints,
three-point seatbelts at all seating positions, child safety
locks, and child seat tethers and anchors.
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