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generation Toyota Land Cruiser, which has been in production since 2007 and only received a mild refresh in 2016, is an outdated piece of machinery.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.
Read more at Forbes Magazine.