Old School lets you stay below the radar in a $200k vintage Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota Land Cruiser
You won't find anything else like it.
The Hilux has been absent from Japan for 13 years.
Nostalgia makes you forget all of the pains of owning a classic car.
This is an all-weather cruiser for both the street and trail.
Sorry Bentley, but this is the world's fastest SUV.
The Jordanian Al-Thalab long-range patrol vehicle can carry 3,400-pounds of equipment, four operators, up to two stretchers, and enough weapons, ammo, food, water, and fuel for a ten-day patrol.
An Ohio company will modify the vehicles with heavily upgraded mechanicals, armor, and new communications and command equipment.
The words "they don't make 'em like they used to" couldn't ring truer here.
If you're looking to go offroad but can't find a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6, this six-wheeled Land Cruiser may be a good bet.
After diesel models from Toyota, Nissan, and Mitsubishi failed real-world emissions tests, Japanese regulators plan to begin doing as part of its evaluations.
Toyota and Lexus will recall older trucks and SUVs, including the Land Cruiser, 4Runner, Tundra, Sequioa, LX470, and GX470, for inadvertent airbag deployment.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan received a five-year prison sentence for hitting five people with his SUV. One of the victims died in the crash, but it took 13 years for the trial to finish.
It's a common refrain among auto enthusiasts to bemoan the current models being sold for being overly complex and expensive and to wish that automakers would just make vehicles like the old days. Sure, they might not have been as safe or efficient, but there was often a certain rugged simplicity that's gone today. Well, Toyota is actually doing it and thinks there's enough demand to put the Land Cruiser 70 back into production in Japan for its 30th anniversary. Sadly, it's only for one year.
Australian consumers appear poised to get another diesel-burning luxury SUV in the near future, and word is it's coming from Lexus, of all automakers. Sean Hanley, chief executive of the company's branch in Oz, recently told Aussie website Drive that he's "pretty confident" that the new engine for the LX is getting the green light.