The Iconic Land Cruiser
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With the introduction of the Land Cruiser 60 series in 1980, what once was considered a work horse vehicle was transformed into a 4WD station wagon by making it larger than the previous 40 series and 55 series.
Because it was comfortable to ride in, stable and reliable to drive and was equipped with the latest technology, it gave Toyota a much needed foothold into the North American SUV market.
*Specs may vary depending on the pre-owned base vehicle
Land Cruiser 60 was on sale from 1980 to 1989.
In 1987, the headlights were changed from two round ones to four square ones, also the interior instrument panel and other parts had been changed.
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