The toyota landcruiser ute was first introduced in 1951. The landcruiser has evolved to become a luxury SUV, with a variety of versions: hardtop, station wagons, utility trucks, and convertibles. Despite all this. The landcruiser is used for off-road roots. It offers a unique combination of off-road and on-road performance that sets it apart.
The full-size luxury SUV, the 2010 toyota landcruiser ute, is only available in a standard package. The standard landcruiser equipment is superior to most premium luxury SUVs. It comes with 18-inch alloy wheels and a keyless entry, keyless ignition and a power tilt and telescoping steering column. You can buy toyota landcruiser ute at online sites for your off-road camps.
Toyota combines most of these options into a single expensive upgrade package. The options include interior wood trim and a center console cooler, heated second-row seats, a rear-seat entertainment system, back-up cameras, a navigation system with real-time traffic and a rear spoiler.
The 2010 toyota landcruiser has one engine: a 5.7-liter V8 with 381 horsepower and 409 pound-feet torque. Toyota combines the engine with a 6-speed manual transmission and a full time four-wheel-drive system that includes both high-range and low-range gearing. The landcruiser's kinetic dynamic suspension system is what sets it apart. KDSS is included as standard equipment. It automatically adjusts to terrain by stiffening and loosening the front and back anti-roll bars.