2017 Toyota LandCruiser Series 200 Altitude revealed

The limited edition big SUV sits in the middle of the range with premium extras over the popular GLX variant

2017 Toyota LandCruiser Series 200 Altitude

Toyota has introduced a limited edition variant to the middle of its LandCruiser 200 Series range that bridges the gap between the GLX and VX twin-turbo-diesel models.

Like the recently announced LandCruiser Prado Altitude, the LC200 Altitude is based on the GLX but features premium trim and equipment as found in higher-spec variants.

Toyota LC200 Altitude

Just 600 will be available priced at $93,460, which represents a $4630 premium over the GXL. 

For that money, you get leather-accented upholstery, power-adjusted front seats a handy refrigerated cool box and aesthetic touches including chrome-tipped front air vents.

Toyota LandCrusier 200 Series Altitude interior

The dashboard gains high-quality LED Optitron meters (instrument backlighting) and a 4.2-inch multi-information display accessible through a new steering-wheel switch.

Externally, the Altitude special edition is distinguished by LED foglights, rain-sensing wipers and Altitude badging.

The eight-seat Altitude also comes equipped with GLX standard features including reversing camera, multi-terrain anti-skid brakes, hill-start assist control, trailer sway control, 17-inch alloy wheels, aluminium side steps, keyless "smart" entry and ignition, dual-zone climate-control air-conditioning, roof rails, a 6.1-inch touchscreen display and a six-speaker audio system that includes DAB+ radio.

Toyota LandCrusier 200 Series Altitude

It’s powered by a 200kW/650Nm 4.5-litre twin-turbo diesel engine with six-speed automatic transmission as found across the range.

Five exterior colours are available - black (no extra cost) and premium white, silver, graphite and blue shades for an extra $550.


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