Classic masterpiece of the Land Cruiser series
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With its rounded design, the angular body 4WD stereotype was demolished. When the Land Cruiser 80 was introduced, there was a six month waiting list for delivery.
When it comes to power and performance, the Land Cruiser 80 delivers, and its stylish body turns heads on the road and off the road. No wonder it is still so popular.
*Specs may vary depending on the pre-owned base vehicle
The Land Cruiser 80 was launched in 1989 as the successor to the 60 series and was sold until 1997, when it was succeeded by the 100 series.
The 4WD system was changed from part-time to full-time, the suspension from leaf springs to coil springs, and the traditional components that shaped the Land Cruiser were revamped.
Three types of engines are available: a 4.2L straight-six diesel engine (1HZ)), a 4.2L straight-six diesel turbo engine (1HD-), and a 4.5L straight-six gasoline engine (1FZ). In North America, only the gasoline 4.5L straight-six engine is available, identical to the LX450.
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