Toyota Landcruiser

The Toyota LandCruiser is one of the best-known and most popular large 4WDs in Australia, thanks to a reputation for reliability and off-road ability.

Launched locally in 1960, the LandCruiser first appeared as a fairly spartan, off-road tool. The LandCruiser was split into two distinct lines in 1967, with one remaining a no-nonsense and utilitarian, and the other pursuing a more luxurious, passenger-oriented design. These days, they’re known as the 70 Series and 200 Series respectively, with both still dedicated to the same principles as half a century ago. The 70 Series is available as a single cab and dual-cab chassis, as well as a wagon and the larger Troop Carrier wagon. The 200 Series is available as a large wagon-style SUV only, but ranges in specification from a comparatively basic off-roader to a luxurious Range Rover alternative.

Current prices range from $60,990 for the Landcruiser Workmate (4x4) to $120,590 for the Landcruiser Sahara (4x4).

Toyota Landcruiser Reviews

2017

Toyota LandCruiser GX single cab 2017 review

Andrew Chesterton road tests and reviews the new Toyota LC70 LandCruiser GX single cab with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Toyota LC76 LandCruiser GXL 70 Series wagon 2017 review

Andrew Chesterton road tests and reviews the new Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series Wagon with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Toyota LC78 LandCruiser TroopCarrier GXL 2017 review

Mark Oastler road tests and reviews the new Toyota LC78 LandCruiser TroopCarrier GXL with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Used Toyota Land Cruiser 70-Series review: 1984-2017

The 70-Series is a seriously rough and tough vehicle that will cope with the roughest conditions in the country, but it's really out of its depth in town. It is a big and cumbersome vehicle that needs to be driven with a large amount of common...Read more

2016

Best 10 Vehicles for Towing

Based on our experience, the best towing vehicle is either a full-size 4x4 ute or wagon with a turbo-diesel engine and automatic transmission.Read more

Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series dual cab 2016 review: snapshot

Ride, handling and NVH seemed to have improved on the dual-cab, even though the bulk of this upgrade was concentrated on the top-selling single-cab.Read more

Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series single cab 2016 review: snapshot

The single cab 70 Series is the range top-seller because it’s the true blue workhorse of this mob.Read more

Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series 2016 review

Marcus Craft road tests and reviews the latest update to the LandCruiser LC70 ute, wagon and TroopCarrier at its Australian launch.Read more

Toyota LandCruiser LC200 Sahara 2016 review

Marcus Craft road tests and reviews the Toyota LandCruiser LC200 Sahara with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.Read more

Toyota LandCruiser Sahara and Lexus LX570 2016 review

The massive SUVs are twins under the skin but have grown apart over the years. There was a time when Lexus just grabbed a Toyota, slapped a new badge on the bonnet, covered the seats in leather and called the vehicle its own. Things have changed and...Read more

Price Guide

$90,790

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Lowest Price

$60,990

Highest Price

$120,590

Range & Specifications

2017 SUV
GX (4x4)
MSRP
$77,750
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2017 SUV
GXL (4x4)
MSRP
$88,830
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2017 SUV
GXL (4x4) 2 SEAT
MSRP
$67,990
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2017 SUV
LC200 ALTITUDE SPECIAL EDITION
MSRP
$93,460
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2017 SUV
PRADO ALTITUDE SPL EDT
MSRP
$68,230
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2017 SUV
Sahara (4x4)
MSRP
$120,590
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2017 SUV
VX (4x4)
MSRP
$99,170
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2017 SUV
Workmate (4x4)
MSRP
$60,990
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2017 SUV
Workmate (4x4) 11 Seat
MSRP
$62,990
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2017 SUV
Workmate (4x4) 2 Seat
MSRP
$64,890
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2017 Ute
GX (4x4)
MSRP
$64,490
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2017 Ute
GXL (4x4)
MSRP
$66,490
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2017 Ute
Workmate (4x4)
MSRP
$62,490
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Toyota Landcruiser News

2015 Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series revealed

21 August 2015 by Joshua Dowling

SUV record in car sales

3 August 2012 by Stuart Martin

WAECO 4x4 Action Track

4 October 2008 by CarsGuide team

In a league of his own

13 June 2008 by Monique Butterworth

Off-roader stays OS

25 January 2008 by Neil McDonald

Toyota tops in sales race

8 November 2007 by Mark Hinchliffe

Spoilt for choice in half a year

16 June 2007 by Kevin Hepworth

From misers to monsters

7 June 2007 by CarsGuide team