Toyota Land Cruiser 2007 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Toyota Land Cruiser 2007 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Toyota Land Cruiser: service intervals and pricing
Toyota's super-conservative service intervals — like its tow ratings — are a pain but the company is not money grabbing. They have just about the cheapest capped-price servicing plan in the business and in many cases will give you six services for less money than you'll spend for three with another manufacturer. They also have a better reputation for reliability than the Europeans and the parts are cheaper.
Toyota Land Cruiser: Replacing a fuel filter
Toyota Australia spokesman Stephen Coughlan says a filter change is part of the 40,000km service. He also says the most likely cause of your problem is dirty fuel, which is common in remote areas, and agrees a spare filter is a good precaution for any vehicle tackling a long run in the Outback.
Toyota LandCruiser: engine rebuild
The offer that Toyota has made is a pretty standard one across the industry, one that's generally determined by the age of the vehicle. In this case the car is seven years old and has done 180,000 km, so it would be a stretch to say you had a claim for the whole cost of the rebuild. The question is how much Toyota should contribute and that's hard to answer. Half of the cost of the parts I would think isn't enough; I would say that the bill should be split down the middle.
Used Toyota Land Cruiser review: 1990-2011
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Used Toyota Land Cruiser review: 2007-2009
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Toyota LandCruiser: duel fuel engine troubles
It’s hard to say. If the piston was holed or melted because of an issue with the mixture and the piston failure caused the engine to seize it could possibly be blamed on the LPG, but it’s unlikely that the LPG caused the problem.
Used Toyota Land Cruiser 70-Series review: 1984-2017
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