A Trip Down LandCruiser Memory Lane - Part 2 | Sunshine Toyota on the Sunshine Coast

A Trip Down LandCruiser Memory Lane - Part 2

Posted: 14/04/2022
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Dive into Part Two of our Trip down LandCruiser memory lane looking from the 70 Series Landcruiser all the way through to our current beast, the 300 Series. 

LandCruiser 70 Series

The early 1980’s brought the 70 Series to the market a workhorse still in our car yard today! The ruthless 70 Series, proved to tame all terrain! The 70 series comes in model types of a troupe carrier, single cab, dual cab and wagon.

LandCruiser 80 Series

The 1990’s introduced the LandCruiser as the Biggest Selling 4WD Wagon in Australia. In honour of this Toyota introduced the 80 Series model, taking on a more modern vehicle transitioning from a primarily ‘outback’ demographic to city.

80 Series LandCruiser

LandCruiser 100 Series

Luxury took a whole new level in the late 90’s to early 2000’s as the 100 Series hit the roads. Although the 80 Series was still boasting with interest, the 100 Series hit more of a comfortable market with qualities to improve the on-road experience.

LandCruiser 200 Series 

 The LandCruiser 200 Series has only just come off the market early 2021 but held its worth and fame for a solid 14 years. The toughest, luxurious, family-friendly vehicle produced in 2007, took over the 4WD Market. It offered a point of difference from previous models due to its inclusivity of modern safety features and priority for comfortability.

LandCruiser 300 Series

Bringing us to our present Beast, the toughest of them all, the 300 Series. With a brand new 3.3 Litre twin-turbo V6 engine this beauty is powerful! The 300 Series not only has might, but new levels of functional luxury means even the most rugged journeys are smoothed out.











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