It's offered in base GX trim with an air intake snorkel and regular headlights, while the GXL, VX and Sahara fit LED headlights and a bumper with chrome inserts. The GXL also scored front and rear parking sensors after 2018.
All variants are powered by a turbo-diesel V8 and six-speed automatic transmission with an all-wheel drive system. It also scores dual-range gearing for serious off road use.
LandCruisers are suited to families predisposed to the beaten track, given the GX's five seats can be replaced with eight in the GXL and seven in the VX and range topping Sahara that features dual DVD screens.
The LandCruiser 200's key dimensions measure 4990mm in length, 1980mm in width (excluding wing mirrors), a 2850mm long wheelbase and height that ranges between 1945mm to 1970mm depending on your variant's specification.
How much is a Toyota LandCruiser 200 compared to the 70 Series?
The LandCruiser 200 starts at just over $80,000, while the manual only five-door 70 Series based on a cab-chassis begins at just under $65,000. Its troop carrier equivalent begins at just under $69,000.
How much does a Toyota LandCruiser weigh?
The base LandCruiser 200 GX has a listed kerb weight of 2640kg while the rest of the range weighs 2740kg. These figures will increase with fitted options.
What is the Gross Vehicle Mass of a Toyota LandCruiser?
The LandCruiser 200's Gross Vehicle Mass is rated a 3350kg across the board, meaning the vehicle is designed to operate with no more than that weight. This does not include the weight of a towed mass.