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Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series 2019 pricing and spec confirmed

Tung Nguyen
Contributing Journalist
GoAutoMedia

4 Oct 2018 • 3 min read

Toyota Australia has updated specification levels of its mid-tier GXL and VX LandCruiser 200 Series grades, adding increased safety equipment while keeping pricing across the range static.

The 200kW/650Nm 4.5-litre twin-turbo diesel-only GX still kicks things off at $78,190 before on-roads but retains the same level of equipment as before, including five seats, 17-inch wheels, air-conditioning, seven airbags, a four-speaker sound system, cruise control and satellite navigation.

Stepping up to the GXL costs $84,480 and comes with a 227kW/439Nm petrol V8, as well as dual-zone climate control, aluminium side steps and reversing camera.

However, new to the GXL is front and rear parking sensors, a new 4.2-inch colour driver display nestled between the speedometer and tachometer, and leather-accented steering wheel with controls.

new to the GXL is a new 4.2-inch colour driver display nestled between the speedometer and tachometer, and leather-accented steering wheel with controls. new to the GXL is a new 4.2-inch colour driver display nestled between the speedometer and tachometer, and leather-accented steering wheel with controls.

The luxury-orientated VX grade kicks off from $94,980 in V8 petrol form, and gains a suite of safety equipment including blind-spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, surround-view cameras and a low-range-enabled under-vehicle display.

These additions are on top of the carryover automatic LED headlights, leather-accented seats, 18-inch wheels, rain-sensing wipers, moonroof and woodgrain-look interior accents.

Finally, the top-spec Sahara variant sits atop the LandCruiser 200 range priced at $115,230 for petrol power, and bundles a pre-collision system, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure alert and a wireless smartphone charger on top of the VX’s equipment.

GXL, VX and Sahara grades can also be had with the GX’s diesel engine for an additional $4000.

Both engines are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission with full transfer case equipped with high- and low-range four-wheel-drive functionality.

Sales of Toyota’s LandCruiser have topped 10,381 units for the first nine months of the year, an 8.4 per cent uptick over the same period in 2017, for a commanding 91.1 per cent share of the sub-$100,000 upper-large SUV market.

The only other competitor in the segment is the Nissan Patrol, which has sold 1010 units year to date.

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