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Toyota Land Cruiser
You can find 80 different trims for the Toyota Land Cruiser and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 1985 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Land Cruiser, often spelled as the LandCruiser, was first released all the way back in 1951, making it one of the oldest models sold by any manufacturer today. This alone lends to its status as a legendary vehicle.
Since its release, there have been six generations. The latest of these first hit the markets in 2021. Another notable release came in 1967 when Toyota began to move the model to more of a comfort-oriented set up.
Understandably, it is one of the best-selling SUVs of all time, which has helped it remain on the market for over 80 years. This, of course, has led to a lot of competition. The most notable of its rivals have consisted of the Land Rover Defender, Ford Explorer, and Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon.
The Land Cruiser has also been sold under the name of the Lexus LX in markets like the United States.
Of course, trim levels have ranged widely over the years and generations. For the Japanese model, these consist of the base AX, followed by the VX, GR Sport, and ZX. There is also the Sahara trim package, that
There is also the Sahara version available from 2022. This and the Sahara ZX are considered the highest versions of the model.
Petrol engines have ranged from the twin-turbocharged 3.4 L V6 found in newer models to the number of 4.0 L V6 options. They have also gone up to the largest 5.7 L V8. Diesel options are typically also between the twin-turbocharged 3.3 L V6 option and to larger 4.5 L V8.
While older generations were fitted with smaller gearboxes like manual and automatic 4-speeds, the newest version is fitted with a 10-speed.