Legendary Land Cruiser’s Greatest Range of Vehicles

PRIDE OF THE LAND FOR ALL TERRAINS
Toyota sells Land Cruisers worldwide in just about every country and has been selling the Land Cruiser in the Middle East for more than half a century.  Around 10 million satisfied users cannot be wrong about their choice!

In the Middle East, the history of the Land Cruiser is also the history of Toyota. This vehicle has been especially popular in fact, legendary. It was a hit since the first one was sold. Here you will witness the world’s most difficult terrain testing the capabilities of any vehicle. But over the years, Toyota has developed the Land Cruiser to handle even the toughest challenges in the burning deserts.



Power, Advanced Technology and Luxury for Superior Driving Dynamics

Toyota Land Cruiser Wagon was designed with this philosophy in mind. As a flagship model, it delivers peace of mind excitement and luxury all at the same time to not just meet but surpass customer expectations. The King of 4-wheel drive SUVs offers amazing utility delivers, upgraded performance, the latest technology, and safety. It is reliable and tough it can go anywhere do anything and yet luxurious. 

Toyota recently raised the bars again with all new Land Cruiser to win hearts of customers with functionally appealing design, luxurious interiors, powerful engine, superior driving dynamics and unmatched safety technologies.

Greatest Range for all Terrains – Petrol and Diesel Engines

The Land Cruiser is on regular roads, in the city, and country, navigating deserts and ice and snow.  You will find it doing its job even high in the mountains and underground in mining sites. This is a true go anywhere, all-terrain four-wheel drive SUV.

 

4x4 capabilities, available with petrol or diesel engines, 6 or 8 cylinders including a new line of accessories models.

Land Cruiser LC 200 V8 - VXR
The heart of the new Land Cruiser’s capability is its 5.7-liter VVT-I cc, 8 Cylinder, 362 / 5600 Max. Output, 54.0 / 3200 Max. Torque, Tiptronic 8 Speed Transmission.