Toyota LandCruiser 200
1 Nov 2007
TOYOTA'S eighth-generation LandCruiser arrived in Australia – the world's biggest market for the world's largest car-maker's largest model – almost a decade after the 100 Series set new standards against which all full-size off-roaders are now measured.
Bigger and heavier, the newest 'Cruiser is vastly more stylish, more refined, safer and, thanks to a revised 202kW/410Nm 4.7-litre petrol V8 and an all-new 195kW/650Nm twin-turbo diesel V8 – also quicker, higher-tech and more economical, Pricing starts at a hefty $69,990 for the base eight-seater GXL petrol, rising to $79,000 for the mid-range VX grade and $94,990 for the flagship Sahara. Diesel versions each cost an extra $10,000, meaning the top-shelf LandCruiser Sahara diesel costs a big $104,990.
When it was new