New 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser on sale from £32,795
Toyota's large 4x4 gets facelifted for 2018 with LED headlights and a suite of safety assist tech
Four trim levels are available, with newly-added Utility trim kicking things off at £32,795 for the three-door Land Cruiser, and £34,095 for the five-door model.
It’s aimed at fleet buyers, with 17-inch steel wheels and a simple CD player with Bluetooth and USB inputs – although air-con, cruise control and automatic headlights are also standard.
Active grade from £39,095 includes Toyota’s new Touch 2 eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system, while a 4.2-inch TFT screen is wedged between the dials in the instrument panel. Alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and dual-zone air-con also feature, while there’s the option of five or seven-seat configurations.
Icon trim is available from £47,495 and only in five-door, seven-seat guise. It comes with heated and ventilated front seats, 19-inch alloys, LED headlights and Toyota’s Safety Sense system, which comprises of adaptive cruise control, pre-collision warning, pedestrian detection and lane departure warning.
Topping the 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser range is Invincible trim at £52,295. It’s kitted out with a suite of off-road trinkets such as a locking rear differential, dynamic suspension, multi-terrain driving mode selector and crawl control. Further safety enhancements are also thrown in, including a 360-degree panoramic camera monitor, blind spot monitor and rear traffic alert.
Under the bonnet things remain unchanged from the outgoing SUV – a 2.8-litre turbo-diesel unit producing 174bhp and 450Nm of torque when mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox, or 420Nm if equipped with a six-speed manual.
In profile, the 2018 Land Cruiser looks different to the current model thanks to a taller front bumper plus realigned wing lines and bumpers, all on the same horizontal axis. Around the back, fresh taillights make an appearance alongside a new rear bumper. The new bodywork means that the facelifted Land Cruiser is 60mm longer than the outgoing model.
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