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Toyota Land Cruiser

  • tickUnstoppable off-road
  • tickExcellent reliability
  • tickHugely practical

Toyota Land Cruiser SUV (2017 - )

Our verdict

Is the Toyota Land Cruiser a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Toyota Land Cruiser running costs

Is it economically good?

Toyota Land Cruiser safety

How well it assists you to stay safe.

Toyota Land Cruiser features

Driver technology, media, and styling.

Toyota Land Cruiser reliability

How durable it is.

Toyota Land Cruiser interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Toyota Land Cruiser performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

The laws of physics mean that a big, heavy car will always be less efficient than a smaller one, and as the Toyota Land Cruiser is about as big and heavy as cars get, it’s no surprise running costs are pretty expensive.

If you go for an automatic version (which the vast majority of buyers will), you’ll be looking at CO2 emissions far higher than rivals like the Audi Q7 and Volvo XC90 (both of which have considerably more power), meaning higher tax bills.

A fairly low fuel economy mean you’ll also spend a lot more at the pumps with the Toyota. Insurance is also on the steep side, despite the relatively modest output from the engine, but no worse than what you’d pay in many rivals. There is a silver lining, though, because the famed reliability of this model means resale values for Land Cruisers are very high, especially if you stick with the seven-seat automatic versions, as the entry-level three-door and manual models will lose their value a bit quicker.
The laws of physics mean that a big, heavy car will always be less efficient than a smaller one, and as the Toyota Land Cruiser is about as big and heavy as cars get, it’s no surprise running costs are pretty expensive.

If you go for an automatic version (which the vast majority of buyers will), you’ll be looking at CO2 emissions far higher than rivals like the Audi Q7 and Volvo XC90 (both of which have considerably more power), meaning higher tax bills.

A fairly low fuel economy mean you’ll also spend a lot more at the pumps with the Toyota. Insurance is also on the steep side, despite the relatively modest output from the engine, but no worse than what you’d pay in many rivals. There is a silver lining, though, because the famed reliability of this model means resale values for Land Cruisers are very high, especially if you stick with the seven-seat automatic versions, as the entry-level three-door and manual models will lose their value a bit quicker.

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