August 29 2019

(Forbes) It’s no secret the current generation Toyota Land Cruiser, which has been in production since 2007 and only received a mild refresh in 2016, is an outdated piece of machinery. At  $85,000, it’s arguably overpriced as well.

Land Cruiser is still a capable off-roader despite being a decade old. It does everything you ask of it fairly well, including hauling your family during the week and all your gear and off-road toys on the weekend.

But when Toyota still insists on charging nearly $90,000 dollars for a ten-year-old SUV and sales don’t justify its existence, it should be no surprise the Land Cruiser is getting the ax.

The 2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition may be the last we see of Toyota’s longest-lasting model name. Photo: Forbes

Read more at Forbes Magazine.

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