For over sixty years, the Toyota Land Cruiser has been tantamount with rugged dependability, all conquering and all-terrain prowess. Former models from ‘50s called as BJ-Type Land Cruiser vehicles were identical in appearance to United States Army Jeeps, which were propelled by four-cylinder small powerplant and were strictly utilitarian. Since then, it has become more focused on wide customer appeal and has grown more in size. The Japanese automaker has increasing added luxury features and upscale accommodations to Land Cruiser enabling more affordable FJ Cruiser for carrying the baton for typical Cruisers. As such, it is a fairly expensive sport utility vehicle.
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