Toyota Landcruiser Double cabs have truly won the hearts of most off road enthusiasts thanks to its innovative ideas and its high-tech manufacturing techniques.
As many owners will attest, it’s possible to own these vehicles for many years without encountering any significant problems. This is because the manufacturer understands the significance of putting the customer’s interest in mind. Generally there vehicle are built tough.
If you want a Dual Cab that will stand the test of time, search no further than Toyota’s Landcruiser Dual Cab. Whether it’s going on a safari or carrying hay in every Australian farming community, the car cannot disappoint.
The seats are comfortable, with plenty of side support including an under-thigh support. Also, the driver’s view out of the cabin is brilliant, with large side mirrors and minimum side pillar interruption to the outlook.
While some people argue that Toyota fitted the rear seats with the children in mind, we would not be astounded to see a number of these cars picked up by serious off-roaders as a family getaway vehicle thank to its family friendly features.
The Toyota landcruiser dual cab features front airbags, ABS brakes and an air-inlet snorkel fitted on A pillar, in-dash multi-purpose clock as well as CD system with Bluetooth hands-free, voice streaming and audio-recognition phone/audio.
Interior storage is not that great, with the glove box, lidded box between the seats as well as a card holder and cup-holder near the gear lever. At least the centre box is deep, so you can store a bit of gear.
This vehicle is by far the most powerful vehicle in the market today. Nothing really stops it off the road. Truck-like is the most optimal way to describe the car’s driving experience. Much like any 4WD worth its salt, the driver is perched high in order to afford a clear view across the wide bonnet.
The rear seat offers a wide, flat pew with enough space for three occupants. The middle position does not have the three-point safety belts and cushion, compromising safety. There are no provisions in the rear seat for the installation of children seats.
People who love quite cars may find this vehicle a bit annoying, but it come with a stack of torque from low revs. There’s no point allowing the tacho flick beyond 3000rpm however, since the power drop-off is easily noticeable and the increase in the noise from the engine.
Assume the engine begins at 3000rpm and not at the required 4000rpm, and the Cruiser will get along well.
There is little doubt the Land Cruiser Dual Cab was designed to pull heavy loads. With its leaf-spring rear suspension fixed to a different chassis, its powerful V8 turbo diesel as well as short gearing, the vehicle has all it takes to haul 3500 Kg effortlessly.
The Land cruiser is designed mainly for farming, mining, and towing purposes, nonetheless the V8 turbo diesel ute allows for the ideal base platform for an ultimate 4WD holidaymaker or a tough weekend warrior. It’s the best current 4WD as a base platform to alter.