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2006 Toyota Land Cruiser Pricing and Specs

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Toyota Land Cruiser

The Toyota Land Cruiser 2006 prices range from $14,080 for the basic trim level Single Cab Landcruiser Muster to $54,450 for the top of the range SUV Landcruiser Sahara (4X4).

The Toyota Land Cruiser 2006 comes in SUV and Single Cab.

The Toyota Land Cruiser 2006 is available in Diesel and Unleaded Petrol. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the SUV 4.2L 5 SP Manual 4X4 to the SUV 4.7L 5SP Automatic.

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Toyota Landcruiser FAQs

I have a kerosene-like smell coming from my 2006 Toyota LandCruiser exhaust when I am idling.

For a start, you can rule out the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) as the culprit as these weren’t fitted to the LandCruiser until many years after 2006. Nevertheless, if there’s a smell of anything when the vehicle is idling, there’s either something wrong with the mixture the engine is burning or there’s a leak in the exhaust system somewhere.

Since the problem has suddenly occurred, it’s probably the latter and you need to check all the joints in the exhaust system, the system itself for rust holes or damage, and even the turbocharger plumbing which can become loose and allow a leak.

So why do you only smell it at idle? Simply that when the vehicle is moving, the movement of air around the vehicle is whisking the fumes away. When you stop, the fumes `catch up’ with the vehicle, and you can smell them. This needs to be checked out as exhaust fumes can be very dangerous to humans, up to and including carcinogenic.

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Toyota Land Cruiser 2006: How much would this car sell for?

As an estimate if it’s got a petrol engine it would be $20,000-$25,000, it the engine is a diesel it would be $29,000-$33,000.

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Good budget 4WD's for travelling

You have to consider what type of four-wheel driving you want to do. If it's heavy-duty then go for an older Toyota Landcruiser or Prado, if it's less taxing then a lighter model might do for you. I would suggest a 2006 Toyota Landcruiser Prado or a 2007 Mitsubishi Pajero.

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* Price is the median price of 56 listings for the Landcruiser 2006 for sale in the last 6 months. The Price excludes costs such as stamp duty, other government charges and options.

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