Likes

  • Unmatched reputation for reliability and capability.
  • Huge support network.
  • Massive range of used examples to choose from.
  • Arguably the ultimate 4WD.

Dislikes

  • Thanks to the reputation used examples ask premium.
  • Cannot match some competitors for on-road refinement.
  • Many used examples have been abused and modified poorly.
  • Possibly not as bulletproof mechanically as many assume.

Stuff you should know

  • The 200 Series Toyota LandCruiser was produced from 2007 to 2021 with continuous updates throughout its lifespan.
  • Notable updates occurred in March 2012 and October 2015.
    • March 2012 Update:
    • Facelift introduced along with a more fuel-efficient V8 petrol engine paired with a six-speed gearbox.
    • Additional features, technology, and equipment were integrated.
    • October 2015 Update:
    • Significant aesthetic changes implemented along with the inclusion of extra technology and safety features.
  • Engine options in Australia primarily consisted of Toyota’s 4.5 L turbo diesel V8, with 4.7 L and 4.6 L petrol V8 options available until 2019.
  • Trim specifications initially included GXL, VX, and Sahara, with the GX variant added in 2011.
  • Special editions such as the 60th Anniversary (2010), Altitude (2011-2014 & 2017), and Sahara Horizon (2019-2021) were introduced to diversify the range.
  • A wide range of official Toyota optional accessories were available for customisation, alongside aftermarket modifications ranging from sticker packs to 6-wheel conversions.
  • Despite its reputation for reliability and capability, some owners push the limits of the LandCruiser beyond sensible boundaries, leading to potential mechanical issues.

What goes wrong

Exterior:

  • Lighter-coloured LandCruisers or those exposed to salted roads in cold climates may exhibit rust problems, particularly under seals and along seams.
  • Inspect the rear axle, body floor underneath, rear chassis, and inner sills for signs of rust.
  • Check for damage and abuse underneath, as heavy off-roading or serious damage can compromise the vehicle’s integrity.
  • Opinions vary regarding the durability of the paint, with some owners praising its toughness while others note susceptibility to scratches, potentially influenced by the paint colour.
  • Scrutinise the entire vehicle for serious scratches, as repainting or wrapping can be costly, especially for metallic or pearlescent finishes.
  • Due to their weight and automatic transmission, LandCruisers may wear down brake pads and rotors more quickly than smaller vehicles like the Hilux.
  • Suspension bushes may require regular replacement due to the vehicle’s size and weight.
  • Common complaints among owners involve aftermarket equipment, including reports of chassis damage from poorly fitted front bars or rock slides.
  • Monitor Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) and Gross Combination Mass (GCM), especially if towing, as exceeding weight limits can void insurance coverage and compromise safety.
  • While LandCruisers are excellent tow vehicles, excessive towing can strain components and affect overall performance.
  • Exterior issues aside from rust are sporadic and generally not common enough to warrant mention, as these vehicles are engineered for resilience.

Interior:

  • LandCruiser interiors are resilient to neglect and rough treatment, although steering wheel de-lamination has been reported by some owners.
  • Infotainment systems, typical for Toyota, may receive criticism for their performance, even in newer models.
  • Earlier models may experience premature deterioration of leather upholstery if not properly cared for.
  • Some ergonomic complaints regarding seats and seating positions exist, though opinions on this matter vary among drivers

Mechanically:

From a reliability standpoint, the 200 Series Toyota LandCruiser is generally seen as a class leading stalwart in the automotive world and has garnered a reputation for unparalleled reliability over the years. However, despite its esteemed status, there are certain mechanical intricacies and common issues that prospective buyers and current owners should be aware of.

While petrol models are available, the overwhelming majority feature Toyota’s iconic 4.5 L turbo diesel V8 so we’ll be focussing on these.

  • Engine:
    • One common concern arises with the injectors, which may begin to exhibit a rattling noise around the 250,000km mark. Despite this, many LandCruisers have been observed to surpass the 350,000km threshold with no discernible issues, underscoring the importance of regular maintenance.
    • Vital to engine health is the regular replacement of the fuel filter, with a recommended interval of every 10,000km. Neglecting this maintenance task could lead to exacerbated issues with injectors and overall engine performance.
    • Another critical aspect is the integrity

Exterior:

  • Lighter-coloured LandCruisers or those exposed to salted roads in cold climates may exhibit rust problems, particularly under seals and along seams.
  • Inspect the rear axle, body floor underneath, rear chassis, and inner sills for signs of rust.
  • Check for damage and abuse underneath, as heavy off-roading or serious damage can compromise the vehicle’s integrity.
  • Opinions vary regarding the durability of the paint, with some owners praising its toughness while others note susceptibility to scratches, potentially influenced by the paint colour.
  • Scrutinise the entire vehicle for serious scratches, as repainting or wrapping can be costly, especially for metallic or pearlescent finishes.
  • Due to their weight and automatic transmission, LandCruisers may wear down brake pads and rotors more quickly than smaller vehicles like the Hilux.
  • Suspension bushes may require regular replacement due to the vehicle’s size and weight.
  • Common complaints among owners involve aftermarket equipment, including reports of chassis damage from poorly fitted front bars or rock slides.
  • Monitor Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) and Gross Combination Mass (GCM), especially if towing, as exceeding weight limits can void insurance coverage and compromise safety.
  • While LandCruisers are excellent tow vehicles, excessive towing can strain components and affect overall performance.
  • Exterior issues aside from rust are sporadic and generally not common enough to warrant mention, as these vehicles are engineered for resilience.

Interior:

  • LandCruiser interiors are resilient to neglect and rough treatment, although steering wheel de-lamination has been reported by some owners.
  • Infotainment systems, typical for Toyota, may receive criticism for their performance, even in newer models.
  • Earlier models may experience premature deterioration of leather upholstery if not properly cared for.
  • Some ergonomic complaints regarding seats and seating positions exist, though opinions on this matter vary among drivers

Mechanically:

From a reliability standpoint, the 200 Series Toyota LandCruiser is generally seen as a class leading stalwart in the automotive world and has garnered a reputation for unparalleled reliability over the years. However, despite its esteemed status, there are certain mechanical intricacies and common issues that prospective buyers and current owners should be aware of.

While petrol models are available, the overwhelming majority feature Toyota’s iconic 4.5 L turbo diesel V8 so we’ll be focussing on these.

  • Engine:
    • One common concern arises with the injectors, which may begin to exhibit a rattling noise around the 250,000km mark. Despite this, many LandCruisers have been observed to surpass the 350,000km threshold with no discernible issues, underscoring the importance of regular maintenance.
    • Vital to engine health is the regular replacement of the fuel filter, with a recommended interval of every 10,000km. Neglecting this maintenance task could lead to exacerbated issues with injectors and overall engine performance.
    • Another critical aspect is the integrity of the air filter housing, notorious for its susceptibility to leaks. The consequences of a compromised air filter housing can be dire, as dust infiltration could lead to catastrophic engine failure. Potential buyers are advised to inspect the cleanliness of the filter housing and intake tube meticulously.
    • Additionally, the vacuum pump, while listed as a serviceable component at 200,000kms, is often overlooked by owners. However, neglecting this component could result in oil consumption issues and compromise the function of the brake booster.
    • Furthermore, the location of the alternator renders it vulnerable to damage during water crossings, a consideration for those who frequently traverse challenging terrain.
    • Early models equipped with diesel particulate filters (DPF) have been subject to issues stemming from injector faults, though Toyota provides a reassuring 10-year warranty for such concerns.
    • Turbos and Variable Geometry Turbo (VGT) actuators are components prone to failure, albeit challenging and costly to replace. A vigilant approach to detecting faults, such as under-boost conditions, can mitigate the need for extensive repairs.
    • Intercoolers, too, have been known to develop leaks over time, prompting some owners to explore aftermarket options for improved efficiency.
  • Transmission:
    • While the transmissions in LandCruisers are generally robust, there have been reported instances of torque converter locking issues, particularly concerning the failure to lock or erratic shifting behavior. Remapping the transmission can rectify these issues, ensuring smoother operation.
    • Moreover, those who frequently tow heavy loads should consider upgrading the transmission cooler to prevent premature wear and overheating.
    • In extreme driving conditions, the front Constant Velocity (CV) shafts are susceptible to damage, although breakage is often attributed to aggressive driving habits. When replacement becomes necessary, opting for high-quality components is imperative to avoid recurring issues.
    • Another potential concern is the occurrence of Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) lean, which may necessitate attention to ensure proper vehicle alignment and stability.

Overall, while the Toyota LandCruiser is lauded for its reliability, it is crucial for owners to adhere to recommended maintenance intervals and exercise mechanical prudence. Poor modifications and aggressive driving can exacerbate existing issues, emphasizing the importance of thorough pre-purchase inspections to safeguard against unexpected mechanical woes.

Exterior:

  • Lighter-coloured LandCruisers or those exposed to salted roads in cold climates may exhibit rust problems, particularly under seals and along seams.
  • Inspect the rear axle, body floor underneath, rear chassis, and inner sills for signs of rust.
  • Check for damage and abuse underneath, as heavy off-roading or serious damage can compromise the vehicle’s integrity.
  • Opinions vary regarding the durability of the paint, with some owners praising its toughness while others note susceptibility to scratches, potentially influenced by the paint colour.
  • Scrutinise the entire vehicle for serious scratches, as repainting or wrapping can be costly, especially for metallic or pearlescent finishes.
  • Due to their weight and automatic transmission, LandCruisers may wear down brake pads and rotors more quickly than smaller vehicles like the Hilux.
  • Suspension bushes may require regular replacement due to the vehicle’s size and weight.
  • Common complaints among owners involve aftermarket equipment, including reports of chassis damage from poorly fitted front bars or rock slides.
  • Monitor Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) and Gross Combination Mass (GCM), especially if towing, as exceeding weight limits can void insurance coverage and compromise safety.
  • While LandCruisers are excellent tow vehicles, excessive towing can strain components and affect overall performance.
  • Exterior issues aside from rust are sporadic and generally not common enough to warrant mention, as these vehicles are engineered for resilience.

Interior:

  • LandCruiser interiors are resilient to neglect and rough treatment, although steering wheel de-lamination has been reported by some owners.
  • Infotainment systems, typical for Toyota, may receive criticism for their performance, even in newer models.
  • Earlier models may experience premature deterioration of leather upholstery if not properly cared for.
  • Some ergonomic complaints regarding seats and seating positions exist, though opinions on this matter vary among drivers

Mechanically:

From a reliability standpoint, the 200 Series Toyota LandCruiser is generally seen as a class leading stalwart in the automotive world and has garnered a reputation for unparalleled reliability over the years. However, despite its esteemed status, there are certain mechanical intricacies and common issues that prospective buyers and current owners should be aware of.

While petrol models are available, the overwhelming majority feature Toyota’s iconic 4.5 L turbo diesel V8 so we’ll be focussing on these.

  • Engine:
    • One common concern arises with the injectors, which may begin to exhibit a rattling noise around the 250,000km mark. Despite this, many LandCruisers have been observed to surpass the 350,000km threshold with no discernible issues, underscoring the importance of regular maintenance.
    • Vital to engine health is the regular replacement of the fuel filter, with a recommended interval of every 10,000km. Neglecting this maintenance task could lead to exacerbated issues with injectors and overall engine performance.
    • Another critical aspect is the integrity of the air filter housing, notorious for its susceptibility to leaks. The consequences of a compromised air filter housing can be dire, as dust infiltration could lead to catastrophic engine failure. Potential buyers are advised to inspect the cleanliness of the filter housing and intake tube meticulously.
    • Additionally, the vacuum pump, while listed as a serviceable component at 200,000kms, is often overlooked by owners. However, neglecting this component could result in oil consumption issues and compromise the function of the brake booster.
    • Furthermore, the location of the alternator renders it vulnerable to damage during water crossings, a consideration for those who frequently traverse challenging terrain.
    • Early models equipped with diesel particulate filters (DPF) have been subject to issues stemming from injector faults, though Toyota provides a reassuring 10-year warranty for such concerns.
    • Turbos and Variable Geometry Turbo (VGT) actuators are components prone to failure, albeit challenging and costly to replace. A vigilant approach to detecting faults, such as under-boost conditions, can mitigate the need for extensive repairs.
    • Intercoolers, too, have been known to develop leaks over time, prompting some owners to explore aftermarket options for improved efficiency.
  • Transmission:
    • While the transmissions in LandCruisers are generally robust, there have been reported instances of torque converter locking issues, particularly concerning the failure to lock or erratic shifting behavior. Remapping the transmission can rectify these issues, ensuring smoother operation.
    • Moreover, those who frequently tow heavy loads should consider upgrading the transmission cooler to prevent premature wear and overheating.
    • In extreme driving conditions, the front Constant Velocity (CV) shafts are susceptible to damage, although breakage is often attributed to aggressive driving habits. When replacement becomes necessary, opting for high-quality components is imperative to avoid recurring issues.
    • Another potential concern is the occurrence of Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) lean, which may necessitate attention to ensure proper vehicle alignment and stability.

Overall, while the Toyota LandCruiser is lauded for its reliability, it is crucial for owners to adhere to recommended maintenance intervals and exercise mechanical prudence. Poor modifications and aggressive driving can exacerbate existing issues, emphasizing the importance of thorough pre-purchase inspections to safeguard against unexpected mechanical woes.

Should you buy it?

The 200 Series Toyota Land Cruiser has earned its status as an icon through its proven track record of capability and reliability. Unlike many competitors that rely on aesthetics and marketing, the LandCruiser’s performance speaks for itself, consistently delivering results no matter the challenge or duration.

There’s a saying that captures the essence of the Land Cruiser’s durability: “You go into the bush in a Land Rover, you come out in a Land Cruiser.”

However, despite its resilience, some owners mistakenly perceive the LandCruiser as invincible and subject it to harsh treatment beyond what’s reasonable.

When considering a 200 Series LandCruiser, it’s crucial to thoroughly inspect it for any signs of abuse. With numerous options available in the used market, patience in finding the right one is key.

The 200 Series Toyota Land Cruiser has earned its status as an icon through its proven track record of capability and reliability. Unlike many competitors that rely on aesthetics and marketing, the LandCruiser’s performance speaks for itself, consistently delivering results no matter the challenge or duration.

There’s a saying that captures the essence of the Land Cruiser’s durability: “You go into the bush in a Land Rover, you come out in a Land Cruiser.”

However, despite its resilience, some owners mistakenly perceive the LandCruiser as invincible and subject it to harsh treatment beyond what’s reasonable.

When considering a 200 Series LandCruiser, it’s crucial to thoroughly inspect it for any signs of abuse. With numerous options available in the used market, patience in finding the right one is key.

Should you buy it?

The 200 Series Toyota Land Cruiser has earned its status as an icon through its proven track record of capability and reliability. Unlike many competitors that rely on aesthetics and marketing, the LandCruiser’s performance speaks for itself, consistently delivering results no matter the challenge or duration.

There’s a saying that captures the essence of the Land Cruiser’s durability: “You go into the bush in a Land Rover, you come out in a Land Cruiser.”

However, despite its resilience, some owners mistakenly perceive the LandCruiser as invincible and subject it to harsh treatment beyond what’s reasonable.

When considering a 200 Series LandCruiser, it’s crucial to thoroughly inspect it for any signs of abuse. With numerous options available in the used market, patience in finding the right one is key.

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Models, pricing & features

Toyota Landcruiser 200 Series-4

GXL

Price when new: $69,990 - $84,635

Price used: $27,800 - $56,400

Equipment

  • 12V Socket(s) – Auxiliary
  • 17″ Alloy Wheels
  • 6 Speaker Stereo
  • ABS (Antilock Brakes)
  • Active Torque Transfer System
  • Adjustable Steering Col. – Tilt & Reach
  • Air Cond. – Climate Control 2 Zone
  • Air Conditioning – Pollen Filter
  • Airbag – Driver
  • Airbag – Passenger
  • Airbags – Head for 1st Row Seats (Front)
  • Airbags – Head for 2nd Row Seats
  • Airbags – Head for 3rd Row Seats
  • Airbags – Side for 1st Row Occupants (Front)
  • Antenna – in Rear Glass
  • Audio – Aux Input Socket (MP3/CD/Cassette)
  • Bluetooth System
  • Body Colour – Door Handles
  • Body Colour – Exterior Mirrors Partial
  • Body Side Mouldings – Colour Coded
  • Bottle Holders – 1st Row
  • Bottle Holders – 2nd Row
  • Brake Assist
  • CD Stacker – 6 disc In Dash/Cabin
  • Calipers – Front 4 Spot
  • Central Locking – Key Proximity
  • Central Locking – Remote/Keyless
  • Centre Differential
  • Chrome Finish Gear Shift Gate
  • Chrome Grille Surround
  • Clear Side Indicator Lenses
  • Clock – Digital
  • Coil Springs
  • Control – Electronic Stability
  • Control – Hill Ascent
  • Control – Hill Descent
  • Cruise Control – low speed Offroad (Brake & Accel)
  • Cup Holders – 1st Row
  • Cup Holders – 2nd Row
  • Disc Brakes Front Ventilated
  • Disc Brakes Rear Ventilated
  • Door Pockets – 1st row (Front)
  • Door Pockets – 2nd row (rear)
  • EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution)
  • Engine Immobiliser
  • Headlamps – Clear Lenses
  • Headrests – Adjustable 1st Row (Front)
  • Headrests – Adjustable 2nd Row x3
  • Headrests – Adjustable 3rd Row x3
  • Independent Front Suspension
  • Intermittent Wipers – Variable
  • Long Range Fuel Tank
  • Map/Reading Lamps – for 1st Row
  • Metallic Finish Instrument Surrounds
  • Metallic Finish Interior Inserts
  • Mudflaps – front
  • Mudflaps – rear
  • Over-head Centre Console – Front
  • Paint – Metallic
  • Power Door Mirrors
  • Power Windows – Front & Rear
  • Rear Step bumper
  • Rear Wiper/Washer
  • Remote Boot/Hatch Release
  • Remote Fuel Lid Release
  • Seatbelt – Adjustable Height 1st Row
  • Seatbelt – Adjustable Height 2nd Row Outer
  • Seatbelt – Pretensioners 1st Row (Front)
  • Seatbelt – Pretensioners 2nd Row(Rear Outer seats)
  • Seatbelts – Lap/Sash for 8 seats
  • Seats – 2nd Row Split Fold
  • Seats – 3rd Row
  • Side Steps
  • Spare Wheel – Full Size Alloy Wheel
  • Spoiler – Rear Roof Mounted
  • Starter Button – Key/Fob Proximity
  • Storage Area – Under Dash
  • Storage Compartment – Centre Console 1st Row
  • Sunglass Holder
  • Suspension – Active Off-road
  • Tacho
  • Tail Lamps – LED
  • Tailgate with Opening Window
  • Trim – Cloth

MY10 update

  • Audio – Aux Input USB Socket
  • Audio – Input for iPod
  • Colour Display Screen – Front
  • Multi-function Control Screen
  • Seat – Driver with Electric Lumbar
  • Seat – Height Adjustable Driver

MY12 update

  • Air Conditioning – Rear
  • Cargo Tie Down Hooks/Rings
  • Grille – Black
  • Metallic Finish Gear Shift Gate
  • Metallic Finish Steering Wheel
  • Seats – 3rd Row Split Fold
  • Storage Compartment – Overhead Console 1st Row
  • Sunvisor – Illuminated Vanity Mirrors Dual
  • Video – DIVX Decoder

MY13 update

  • Control – Trailer Sway
  • Hill Holder

VX

Price when new: $79,990 - $95,635

Price used: $31,600 - $62,500

Adds

  • Airbag – Knee Driver
  • Airbag – Knee Passenger
  • Airbags – Side for 2nd Row Occupants (rear)
  • Alarm
  • Armrest – Rear Centre (Shared)
  • Control – Traction
  • Courtesy Lamps – in Doors Front
  • Courtesy Lamps – in Doors Rear
  • Cup Holders – 3rd Row
  • Electric Seats – 1st Row (Front)
  • Fog Lamps – Front
  • Leather Gear Knob
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • Leather Trim (Incl. Seats
  • inserts)
  • Map/Reading Lamps – for 2nd Row
  • Multi-function Steering Wheel
  • Power Roof – Remote Control Open/Close
  • Power Windows – Remote Control Open/Close
  • Rear Windows – Extra Dark/Privacy
  • Seatback Pockets – 1st Row (Front) seats
  • Sunroof – Electric
  • Trip Computer
  • Woodgrain – Centre Console
  • Woodgrain – Dash Board
  • Woodgrain – Inserts in Door

MY10 update

  • 18″ Alloy Wheels
  • Bottle Holders – 3rd Row
  • Sunroof – Electric Remote Control Open/Close

MY12 update

  • Chrome Fog Lamp Bezels/surrounds
  • Chrome Interior highlights
  • Control – Park Distance Front
  • Control – Park Distance Rear
  • Driving Lamps
  • Headlamps – Bi-Xenon (for low & high beam)
  • Headlamps – Electric Level Adjustment
  • Metallic Finish Front Grille
  • Multi-function Control Screen – Colour
  • Rain Sensor (Auto wipers)
  • Seat – Height Adjustable Passenger
  • Seat – Passenger with Electric Lumbar

MY13 update

  • Chrome Grille
  • Driving Mode – Selectable
  • Headlamps – High Intensity Discharge
  • Headlamps Automatic (light sensitive)

Sahara

Price when new: $94,990 - $114,635

Price used: $36,000 - $70,000

Adds

  • 9 Speaker Stereo
  • Adjustable Steering Column – Power
  • Air Cond. – Climate Control 4 Zone
  • Camera – Rear Vision
  • Centre Console – Cool Box
  • DVD Player
  • DVD Player – 6 Disc Stacker
  • Headlamp Washers
  • Navigation System – DVD Audio
  • Navigation System – DVD Video
  • Parking Assist – Graphical Display
  • Power Door Mirrors – Folding
  • Rear View Mirror – Electric Anti Glare
  • Wood/Leather Steering Wheel

MY10 update

  • Colour Display Screen – Rear
  • DVD Player – 2nd Row
  • Headphones – Rear Passengers Wireless

MY12 update

  • Adjustable Steering Column – Power & Memory
  • Body Side Mouldings – Chrome
  • Camera – Front Vision
  • Camera – Side Vision
  • Electric Seat – Drivers with Memory
  • Heated Seats – 1st Row
  • Heated Seats – 2nd Row
  • Inbuilt Harddisk Drive
  • Power – Boot/Tailgate
  • Power Door Mirrors – with Memory
  • Remote Control – Multi Media

MY13 update

  • Chrome Rear Garnish
  • Radio – Digital (DAB+)
  • Wood/Leather Gear Knob

60th Anniversary

Price when new: $79,990

Price used: $37,000 - $42,300

Adds

  • CD Player – 4 Disc in Dash
  • Decals
  • GPS (Satellite Navigation)
  • Leather Look – Gear Knob
  • Leather Look – Steering Wheel
  • Leather Seats – Partial
  • Roof Rails

Altitude

Price when new: $80,190 - $93,460

Price used: $41,300 - $86,800

Adds

  • Cooled Compartment – Front

GX

Price when new: $76,500 - $78,635

Price used: $43,100 - $66,200

Adds

  • 4 Speaker Stereo
  • Air Conditioning
  • Audio – MP3 Decoder
  • Body Colour – Bumpers
  • CD Player
  • Doors – Rear Wing/Barn
  • Illuminated – Entry/Exit with Fade
  • Limited Slip Diff – Centre (4wd)
  • Power Steering
  • Rear View Mirror – Manual Anti-Glare
  • Rubber – Cabin Floor
  • Seatbelt – Load Limiters 1st Row (Front)
  • Seatbelt – Load Limiters 2nd Row(Rear Outer seats)
  • Seatbelts – Lap/Sash for 5 seats
  • Seats – 2nd Row Reclining
  • Skid Plate – Front
  • Skid Plate – Middle (Transmission case)
  • Skid Plate – Rear
  • Snorkel
  • Spare Wheel – Full Size Steel
  • Sunvisors – Front

MY12 update

  • Intermittent Wipers
  • Vinyl – Cabin Floor
  • Wheel Centre Cap with Logo

Sahara Horizon

Price when new: $129,090

Price used: $115,500 - $124,500

Adds

  • Headlamps – Blacked Out Surrounds
  • Illuminated (puddle lamps) Door Mirrors
  • Seats – Embossed
  • Steering Wheel – Heated

Tech specs

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 4.7 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 202kW / 410Nm (GXL 2007 – 2012, VX 2007 – 2012, Sahara 2007 – 2012, 60th Anniversary 2010, Altitude 2011)
  • 4.5 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 195kW / 650Nm (GXL 2007 – 2015, VX 2007 – 2015, Sahara 2007 – 2015, 60th Anniversary 2010, GX 2011 – 2015, Altitude 2011 – 2014)
  • 4.6 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 227kW / 439Nm (GXL 2012 – 2019, VX 2012 – 2019, Sahara 2012 – 2019)
  • 4.5 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 200kW / 650Nm (GX 2015 – 2021, GXL 2015 – 2021, VX 2015 – 2021, Sahara 2015 – 2021, Altitude 2017, Sahara Horizon 2019 – 2021)

Transmission

  • 5-speed Sports Automatic (GXL, VX, Sahara, 60th Anniversary, Altitude)
  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (GXL, VX, Sahara, 60th Anniversary, GX, Altitude, Sahara Horizon)

Fuel Consumption

  • 8.5 – 11.2 / 100km (GXL, VX, Sahara, Altitude, GX, Sahara Horizon)

Length

  • 4950mm – 4990mm (All Models)

Width

  • 1970mm – 1980mm (All Models)

Height

  • 1905mm – 1970mm (All Models)

Wheelbase

  • 2850mm (All Models)

Kerb Weight

  • 2585kg – 2740kg (All Models)

Towing

  • 750kg (unbraked) – 3500kg (braked) (All Models)

Ancap Ratings

  • 4 stars, tested 2011 (GXL, 60th Anniversary, Altitude, GX)
  • 5 stars, tested 2011 (VX, Sahara, GXL, GX, Altitude, Sahara Horizon)

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 4.7 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 202kW / 410Nm (GXL 2007 – 2012, VX 2007 – 2012, Sahara 2007 – 2012, 60th Anniversary 2010, Altitude 2011)
  • 4.5 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 195kW / 650Nm (GXL 2007 – 2015, VX 2007 – 2015, Sahara 2007 – 2015, 60th Anniversary 2010, GX 2011 – 2015, Altitude 2011 – 2014)
  • 4.6 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 227kW / 439Nm (GXL 2012 – 2019, VX 2012 – 2019, Sahara 2012 – 2019)
  • 4.5 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 200kW / 650Nm (GX 2015 – 2021, GXL 2015 – 2021, VX 2015 – 2021, Sahara 2015 – 2021, Altitude 2017, Sahara Horizon 2019 – 2021)

Transmission

  • 5-speed Sports Automatic (GXL, VX, Sahara, 60th Anniversary, Altitude)
  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (GXL, VX, Sahara, 60th Anniversary, GX, Altitude, Sahara Horizon)

Fuel Consumption

  • 8.5 – 11.2 / 100km (GXL, VX, Sahara, Altitude, GX, Sahara Horizon)

Length

  • 4950mm – 4990mm (All Models)

Width

  • 1970mm – 1980mm (All Models)

Height

  • 1905mm – 1970mm (All Models)

Wheelbase

  • 2850mm (All Models)

Kerb Weight

  • 2585kg – 2740kg (All Models)

Towing

  • 750kg (unbraked) – 3500kg (braked) (All Models)

Ancap Ratings

  • 4 stars, tested 2011 (GXL, 60th Anniversary, Altitude, GX)
  • 5 stars, tested 2011 (VX, Sahara, GXL, GX, Altitude, Sahara Horizon)

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 4.7 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 202kW / 410Nm (GXL 2007 – 2012, VX 2007 – 2012, Sahara 2007 – 2012, 60th Anniversary 2010, Altitude 2011)
  • 4.5 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 195kW / 650Nm (GXL 2007 – 2015, VX 2007 – 2015, Sahara 2007 – 2015, 60th Anniversary 2010, GX 2011 – 2015, Altitude 2011 – 2014)
  • 4.6 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 227kW / 439Nm (GXL 2012 – 2019, VX 2012 – 2019, Sahara 2012 – 2019)
  • 4.5 litre, 8-cylinder twin turbo diesel, 200kW / 650Nm (GX 2015 – 2021, GXL 2015 – 2021, VX 2015 – 2021, Sahara 2015 – 2021, Altitude 2017, Sahara Horizon 2019 – 2021)

Transmission

  • 5-speed Sports Automatic (GXL, VX, Sahara, 60th Anniversary, Altitude)
  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (GXL, VX, Sahara, 60th Anniversary, GX, Altitude, Sahara Horizon)

Fuel Consumption

  • 8.5 – 11.2 / 100km (GXL, VX, Sahara, Altitude, GX, Sahara Horizon)

Length

  • 4950mm – 4990mm (All Models)

Width

  • 1970mm – 1980mm (All Models)

Height

  • 1905mm – 1970mm (All Models)

Wheelbase

  • 2850mm (All Models)

Kerb Weight

  • 2585kg – 2740kg (All Models)

Towing

  • 750kg (unbraked) – 3500kg (braked) (All Models)

Ancap Ratings

  • 4 stars, tested 2011 (GXL, 60th Anniversary, Altitude, GX)
  • 5 stars, tested 2011 (VX, Sahara, GXL, GX, Altitude, Sahara Horizon)

Warranty & servicing

Warranty

  • 3 years / 100,000 km (GXL, VX, Sahara, 60th Anniversary, Altitude, GX)
  • 5 years / unlimited km (GXL, VX, Sahara, GX, Sahara Horizon)

Servicing

  • 10,000 km / 6 months (GXL, VX, Sahara, 60th Anniversary, Altitude, GX, Sahara Horizon)

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