The Toyota Land Cruiser gets updated exterior styling for 2013, with a new grille and HID headlamps; new taillamps with LED running lamps; and redesigned outer side mirrors. Fenders have also been enlarged for a more rugged look. Otherwise, the premium navigation system that's included in all Land Cruisers now also includes Toyota's Entune multi-media and connectivity interface, with mobile-apps capability. A host of features that were formerly options--including rear-seat DVD entertainment, rain-sensing wipers, a color-keyed rear spoiler, a center-console cooler box, a Bluetooth hands-free interface, headlamp washers, heated second-row seats, and added leather trim--are now standard. Pearl White has been added to the Land Cruiser's palette of exterior hues.
Strong acceleration and towing performance; handles well for a large vehicle; trail ability; off-road driving aids; safety features; interior comfort
The 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser is an off-road icon, and over decades it's grown into more of a well-rounded--and still very rugged and off-road capable--large luxury SUV. Compared to other large luxury sport-utility vehicles, the Land Cruiser is less showy and glamorous, yet it strikes a great balance between family utility, highway comfort and off-road ability. For a family that needs towing ability on the weekends, in a luxurious vehicle, it's a good choice, with excellent safety (including ten airbags), has three rows of seating.
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