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Updates for 2014 Toyota Land Cruiser

Fri, 11 Oct 2013

TOYOTA has updated its Land Cruiser 4x4 for 2014 with improvements to the standard specification and revised pricing.

It now costs from £34,995 to buy a Land Cruiser and all 2014 models have a revised exterior look that includes reshaped bumpers and grille. There is also a new control panel inside for the on- and off-road driving systems.

Changes to the suspension are aimed at offering a more comfortable ride on normal roads, while the turbodiesel engine now meets the Euro5 emissions standard.

A new addition for the updated Land Cruiser is the Toyota Touch 2 screen that now has Google Street View included, which is the first time that has been offered in the UK. This allows the Land Cruiser driver to see a high resolution image of their destination before setting the satellite navigation.

Toyota has also revised the trim line-up for the 2014 Land Cruiser, which will comprise Active, Icon and Invincible models. All have alloy wheels as standard, while the £47,495 Icon has an extra pair of seats in a third row, automatic headlights and wipers, and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

The Invincible version costs £52,495 and has rear electric suspension and Adaptive Variable Suspension, Crawl Control, Trailer Stability Control, Lane Change Assist, sunroof, heated seats and a rear entertainment system.

All use the same 3.0-litre turbodiesel engine with 188bhp and 310lb.ft of shove to give 0-62mph in 10.2 seconds for the three-door model and 11.0 seconds for the five-door version. Carbon dioxide emissions have been reduced to 214g/km for all models of Land Cruiser, while all but the entry-level Active model have a five-speed automatic gearbox fitted.

By Press Association reporter