The Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series is built as tough as they come for a wide range of four-wheel drive purposes.
The tried-and-true technology imbued within the nameplate has been honed over decades, which Australians continue rely upon for its ease of repair, reliability and off-road ability.
The Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series was first introduced in the mid-1980s, but has received numerous updates since - most recently in 2016 which addressed on-road driveability, safety and comfort.
The Toyota Landcruiser 70 Series comes in a variety of bodystyles and with different seating arrangements, but you'll most often see one in wagon or trayback guise.
Prices begin near $70,000 (before on-road costs) and extend into the mid-$70,000 range for variants with nicer features and additions.
There's few competitors for the Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series, but some cross-shop against the Mercedes-Benz G Professional range and to a lesser extent, the ute-based SUV offerings including the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, Ford Everest and Toyota Fortuner.
What engine is fitted to the Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series?
Only one engined is offered across the range, a 4.5-litre V8 turbo diesel, which produces excellent pulling power from very low speeds.
Where do I buy spare parts for the Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series?
Spare parts are easy enough to source on the used market, considering the technology is nothing new. Toyota Genuine Parts has spare parts availability, too.