Toyota’s “legendary, head-turning workhouse” Land Cruiser, which has an off-road heritage spanning more than 65 years, is, once again, available to order from August 2022.
The manufacturer has urged customers to place their names in the order books early due to “high” demand exceptions and limited availability.
The Land Cruiser, Toyota says, combines “outstanding” quality, durability, and reliability with unrivalled off-road performance and “even greater” levels of on-road comfort.
The vehicle is priced from €48,465 (from €695 per month** on Toyota Easy PCP Finance) for the long-wheelbase Land Cruiser GX Commercial.
The GX Commercial variant comes “replete” with a host of premium features as standard, including:
- 9” display;
- Apple CarPlay / Android Auto;
- 17” silver alloy wheels;
- Full spare wheel;
- Rear view camera;
- Cruise control;
- Push-button start;
- Smart entry;
- Toyota Safety Sense.
Land Cruiser Business
Adding further refinement and specifications, the long-wheelbase Land Cruiser Business starts at €68,613, it says.
Classified in the N1 segment, the Business Land Cruiser remains the only five-seater in the segment.
It builds upon the GX Commercial offering, adding many additional features. These include three seats in the back row and heated driver and front passenger seats.
A spokesperson said:
“The Land Cruiser’s ability to overcome the roughest off-road terrain and bring you back safely is legendary.”
“No other SUV can offer its unique combination of on-road and off-road performance. With up to 640 litres of luggage space, the Land Cruiser has enough space to literally accommodate the kitchen sink.”
Supply issue facing motoring industry
Zoe Bradley, head of marketing communications at Toyota Ireland, says:
“The Toyota Land Cruiser is one of the most synonymous vehicles with its brand.”
“Achieving legendary status amongst Toyota’s suite of vehicles, we are delighted to range the commercial and business models again from August.”
“As anyone in the market for a new vehicle will know, the supply issue facing the motoring industry at large continues to be challenging.”
“With demand outpacing supply, we urge interested parties to act fast and get in touch with their local Toyota dealer as soon as possible,” Bradley concluded.
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