2021 Toyota Land Cruiser


The 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser is powered by a 5.7-liter V-8 engine paired with 8-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle has 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. With a ride quality that’s smooth and well-planted, the Land Cruiser delivers comfortable driving dynamics. Its steering feel is light, however, and there’s a fair amount of body roll. It can be said that the interior comfort of the vehicle is successful. It’s big inside, with up to three rows of seats that can seat up to eight, although not everyone will be comfortable. Toyota’s Safety Sense technology has also been updated, with the autonomous braking pre-collision system now recognizing cyclists during the day, and pedestrians both day and night. The safety suite can also help keep the vehicle to keep within its lane markings by applying brakes to one side of the car while alerting the driver.

Engine: 5.7-Liter V8
Power: 381 hp
Torque: 401 lb-ft
Seating Capacity: 5/8
Curb Weight: 5815 lb
Transmission: 8-speed automatic


2021 Toyota Land Cruiser
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