Toyota Land Cruiser 2005 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Toyota Land Cruiser 2005 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Toyota Land Cruiser review: 1990-2011
Toyota's LandCruiser is a genuine 4WD, not just a people mover dressed up to look tough, but which is nothing more than a car underneath that supposedly rugged body. Highly capable off-road, the big ...Read More
Have Wheels Will Travel
I WOULD not recommend the turbodiesel Patrol because of the high number of reports of engine failure, which leaves the two Toyotas. Both will do what you want, but I would go for the Prado because it's a little more civilised than the LandCruiser. I would also go for the diesel rather than the petrol V6 because I believe it will give you better fuel economy on your trip.
To gas or not to gas
NO THERE won't be any adverse effect on your engine, and with sequential vapour injection you won't notice any difference in performance. You can use an upper cylinder lubricant for a little extra protection as LPG is drier and therefore harsher on valves and valve seats than unleaded petrol, but it's a precaution rather than a necessity. Running the engine on petrol once a week will prevent the seals in the fuel system from drying out and hardening.
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 ...Read More