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The Land Cruiser has always been the choice for buyers who want power, elegance, luxury, and reliability rolled up into one SUV. With the Nissan Patrol coming in as its closest rival, the Land Cruiser has a cult following on its own and owners are satisfied with this vehicle’s features and throughput. Available from SAR 175,000 to SAR 299,000 depending on which of the 9 variants is chosen, the Land Cruiser gives buyers reasonable bang for their buck.
Aggressive yet sleek and elegant are the proper adjectives to describe the 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser. Chrome side and back trimmings accentuate the front grille, also of the same material. The Land Cruiser has got power and with that come speed. The rear roof spoiler is not just a nice addition but also helps in reducing drag. Roof rails can hold additional cargo during those long trips.
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It wouldn’t be called a Land Cruiser if the elegance found on the exterior does not carry into the vehicle’s interior design. Leather seats provide comfort for the driver and passengers while the control panel is laden with its own fair share of tech from buttons and controls on the steering wheel to a touch-screen LCD monitor. Keyless engine start/stop provides convenience and rear sets can be folded down for additional cargo.
Vehicles have become safer, smarter and more fun to ride and the Toyota Land Cruiser is no exemption. Adaptive headlights adjust to lighting conditions and incoming vehicles. This feature is enhanced by automatic range control, and automatic headlamps. The high end 5.7L VXR is equipped with a 360-degree camera, 8 airbags, Electronic Brake Distribution, Blind Spot Warning, and Anti-Lock Brake System among its list of safety features.
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The Toyota Land Cruiser 2018 5.7L VXR variant is powered by a V8 5.7-liter engine which propels it to 100 km/h in 7 seconds and a top speed of 220 km/h. Power output peaks at 362 horsepower with torque standing at 530 Nm. If you don’t need the big, bellowing V8, there is also the Land Cruiser 2018 4.0L Safari that is equipped with a smaller V6 4.0-liter engine that whips out 271 hp and 385 Nm of torque.
The 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser can comfortably seat 8 adults which makes it the perfect family vehicle for buyers who want that extra power and the elegance of a luxury car, but one that is still priced reasonably.