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The key to retain Toyota Land Cruiser's resale and trade-in value is through excellent maintenance. While you can consider this SUV less demanding when it comes to regular maintenance, it always pays to have reliable replacement Toyota Land Cruiser parts on hand. These parts will save you in case of serious exhaust, suspension, engine or transmission problems. Keep your Toyota Land Cruiser in its best condition by regularly providing it with automotive TLC. You can also improve its power and restore its like-new appearance using only quality and well-engineered Toyota parts. Consult your owner's manual if you want to find out more about your SUV's needs. Also find out compatible components you can use when fixing, maintaining, and upgrading your Land Cruiser.

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Toyota Land Cruiser

Renowned for its toughness and durability, the Toyota Land Cruiser has been a popular vehicle since its introduction in 1951. Though Toyota used a Jeep on which it based its design for the Land Cruiser, the models driven today are a far cry from those original utilitarian vehicles. Since its inception, the Toyota Land Cruiser has consistently been changing to reflect the latest in technology, handling, and performance. Those changes have made the Land Cruiser the popular vehicle it is today for both those who want a rugged off-road option and for those who want a roomy SUV.

Though the Toyota Land Cruiser has been made since 1951, it wasn't until the late 1960s that Toyota began to shift its focus from a military-type vehicle to one for civilians who demanded comfort. The J55 was considered the first station wagon Toyota made, but it still retained the higher body and ruggedness of a Land Cruiser. This model, which lasted until 1980, launched the production of other station wagons in Toyota's line. During the 1980s, car buyers could choose from the Toyota Land Cruiser 60 line. These versions were equipped with more comfort features than previous models. Air conditioning and a more comfortable interior were now standard in the Land Cruiser. Strangely enough, the 1990s was when Toyota produced the 80 series of Land Cruiser. In this line, Toyota integrated both passenger and driver air bags and changed the logo on the front to the Toyota symbol instead of just the name. This new emblem became a piece in the catalog of 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser parts as well as those of later years. From 1998 through 2007, the 100 series made several technological advancements for the Land Cruiser. Among the innovations were a night view camera to improve driving after dark, an independent front suspension system to make handling easier, and a V-8 engine under the hood to enhance performance. The most recent Land Cruisers are in the 200 series and include the most up-to-date features for safety, security, and performance: up to 10 airbags, push-button start, multi-terrain select, and much more. U.S. News and World Report has ranked the Land Cruiser as high as 4 on their list of luxury SUVs, but even with its long and trusted history, the Toyota Land Cruiser has not been without problems.

Considering its 65-year history, there have been relatively few problems with the Toyota Land Cruiser. Some model years have been recalled for an unexpected side air bag deployment. Other years have had cargo capacities mislabeled, which could lead to the vehicle being too heavily loaded for its tires to handle. More recent 200 series Land Cruisers may have experienced an acceleration pedal that could potentially become stuck open. All of these recalls and any others are issues that should be addressed as soon as possible. Some will require specialty Toyota Land Cruiser restoration parts, while others may be fixed with general components that are interchangeable with other cars.

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4/21/13 09:44 AM - USA

Exactly as described, with fast shipping. - La Cruiser

- 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser Thermostat Gasket
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Verified Customer
6/14/13 06:34 AM - USA

My second set of this pad type (for 2005 Toyota Land Cruiser) and they are outstanding. Quiet like the name states, techs like to install because of the quality and they really perform well. Better than the OEM's and they handled over 35,000 miles of hard daily driving in a heavy SUV. Still had life left when changed! - Michigan Wolf

- 2005 Toyota Land Cruiser Brake Pad Set
5 of 5
Verified Customer
6/16/13 11:21 AM - USA

OEM shocks for the truck are KYB which are harsh to say the least. Great reviews about the OESpectrum shocks from Monroe. Bought the full set, Dealer installed them and a 30 year tech even commented on how great they were in the test drive. Vehicle; 2005 Toyota Land Cruiser - Better than OEM and great ride

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