2011 Toyota Land Cruiser Overview.
The Toyota Land Cruiser is refined on-road and strongly capable when the pavement ends. The Land Cruiser can comfortably seat up to eight passengers. It can transport huge amounts of cargo over any sort of road or primitive track, in any kind of weather, with speed, comfort and security. The current version claims a remarkable list of security features, high-tech electronics, more than sufficient power with reasonably good fuel economy, and innovative engineering improvements that allow exceptional performance in contrasting conditions.
With its sturdy combination of on-road enhancement and off-road chops, the Toyota Land Cruiser is a fine choice for shoppers looking to own a luxury SUV, but who also wish to go off-roading. Its ride and handling are luxurious but composed. Owing to its strong V8 engine, the Land Cruise accelerates better than its size might imply and gets gas mileage that's about average for the class despite the fact that no SUV in the class has gas mileage that could be considered good.
New standard feature for 2011 is a brake override system that takes priority over the accelerator if both pedals are pressed at the same time. An active front seat-belt pretensioning system that was earlier optional is now standard; the front seat belts eliminate when the brakes are applied unexpectedly or when tire slippage is sensed.
Regardless of its modest brand, the Land Cruiser isn't the least expensive SUV in its class; in fact, the Range Rover Sport, from the Legendary Land Rover Brand, costs less. The Land Cruiser also competes directly with the Lexus LX, which is based on the Land Cruiser. While the Land Cruiser costs less than the LX, badge snobs could be drawn to the Lexus name.
The Land Cruiser comes equipped with Toyota's basic 36-month or 36,000 mile warranty. Additionally, the powertrain warranty covers the engine, transmission, front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, seat belts and air bags for 60 months or 60,000 miles. A corrosion-through warranty covers rust damage of sheet metal for 60 months, irrespective of mileage.
The warranty period starts either on the date of first retail sale, or the date the vehicle is first placed in service as an instructor, service loaner or company vehicle, whichever is earlier. Plus from that moment on, your Lincoln Navigator is looked after during the coverage period, not considering of whether you're the first owner or a subsequent owner.
With its powerful combination of on-road enhancement and off-road chops, the 2011 Toyota Land Cruiser is a fine choice for shoppers looking to own a luxury SUV, but who also wish to go off-roading. The Land Cruiser can comfortably seat up to eight passengers. It can transport huge amounts of cargo over any sort of road or primitive track, in any kind of weather, with speed, comfort and security.