2010 Toyota Land Cruiser

Toyota Land Cruiser

Introduction

Toyota Land Cruiser is a legendary full-size SUV. It has been produced for more than 60 years. It is based on the construction body-on-frame with the dependent rear suspension and independent front suspension. Traditionally, Land Cruiser has the high level of comfort, excellent off-road qualities and reliability. All this in total has made the model very popular all over the world, despite its high cost. In the model range Toyota Land Cruiser is above Toyota Land Cruiser Prado/4Runner, and it is the flagship of Toyota SUVs.

The large Toyota Sequoia takes the same upper position, but it is more simple and affordable. Among the competitors of Land Cruiser there are such cars as Chevrolet Tahoe, Cadillac Escalade, Mercedes-Benz GL/G-Class, Range Rover, Nissan Patrol and other large SUVs. By analogy with Prado, the luxury model Lexus LX570 was produced. It has been developed on base of Toyota Land Cruiser and the outer differences between them are quite insignificant. Besides, Toyota FJ Cruiser has become the basis for the modern version Land Cruiser J40.
Considering the mass of the car and its large size, the engines V8 1UR, 3UR and 2UZ, from 4.6 L to 5.7-liter are used for it. The old models and the inexpensive modern ones were equipped with V6 and I6. They are 4.5-liter 1FZ, 4.0-liter 1GR, 3F and many others. For the old models the diesel and also four-cylinder engines were used.

Here on WikiMotors you can find all the necessary specifications of Land Cruiser engines, the descriptions of where the engines are constructed, their malfunctions, problems and repair, performance turning, upgrades, lifespan, oil type, capacity, and other.

List of Toyota Land Cruiser models:

8 Generation, J100 (1998 – 2007):
Toyota Land Cruiser (212 HP) – 4.5 L
Toyota Land Cruiser (235 HP) – 4.7 L

Toyota Land Cruiser D (131 HP) – 4.2 L
Toyota Land Cruiser TD (196 HP) – 4.2 L
Toyota Land Cruiser TD (204 HP) – 4.2 L

9 Generation, J200 (2007 – present):
Toyota Land Cruiser (243 HP) – 4.0 L
Toyota Land Cruiser (309 HP) – 4.6 L
Toyota Land Cruiser (318 HP) – 4.6 L
Toyota Land Cruiser (288 HP) – 4.7 L
Toyota Land Cruiser (381 HP) – 5.7 L

Toyota Land Cruiser TD (235 HP) – 4.5 L
Toyota Land Cruiser TD (272 HP) – 4.5 L
Toyota Land Cruiser TD (286 HP) – 4.5 L

 

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