Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series Re-Release

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

To celebrate the 30th birthday of one our favorite SUVs of all time, the Japanese auto makers at Toyota have decided to re-release the iconic Land Cruiser 70.

One of the most beloved off-road vehicles of all time, this Land Cruiser will be powered by a 4.0-liter V6 engine generating 228 horsepower and 265 lb-ft of torque through a five speed manual gearbox, and offers up part-time 4WD.  Buyers will have their choice of either a “Van” or pick-up body. There’s one caveat to this great news, but it’s almost to be expected. Fans of the off-roader will remember that the original offering was never released here in the states, and this re-release will be no different. The Land Cruiser 70 will be exclusive to the Japanese market, and will only be available for a year before Toyota pulls it back off the market. Expect to spend around 3.6 million yen for this beauty (approximately $35,000 USD) depending on what options you choose. Watch the video below.

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