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Hi Everyone,
Have owned two 4runners (4th gen and 5th gen) and I am now on a waiting list for a new Land Cruiser Land Cruiser. Have really enjoyed reading this forum to get ready for my new purchase.
Thanks
 
Hi Everyone,
Have owned two 4runners (4th gen and 5th gen) and I am now on a waiting list for a new Land Cruiser Land Cruiser. Have really enjoyed reading this forum to get ready for my new purchase.
Thanks
Welcome to the fold!
 
Hi Everyone! Happy to be part of the Land Cruiser Club. Took ownership of 2024 First Edition back in May, and have had no regrets ever since. Cant wait to get some ideas for mods!
 
Hey all,
Just picked up Land Cruiser (Prado) as it's called here (SaudiArabia).
Lowest trim available with the round head lights and rear locker, it's quite similar to the 1958 in the US market but missing all the driver assistance features and equipped with 7 seats.

It's available here with two engine options, 2.4 turbo petrol (non hybrid) and 2.8 turbo diesel which is what I got.

Overall I'm quite impressed with the vehicle so far, it feels light and nimble and quite comfortable for this size of car.
The diesel engine power feels strong and torquay and relatively efficient as it's rated at 33MPG and I'm getting around 26MPG so far.

I still haven't taken it off road and will do as soon as I'm done with the break in period.

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New owner of 2024 LC 1st edition. once i figured out disabling the annoying driver monitor, I searched the forum for front mounting plate options without drilling. Thanks to all for the ground work . The LC will supplement my beloved 88 1st Gen 4Runner for beach driving in DE. Not much of an off-roader but may try it out.
 

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Hey all,
Just picked up Land Cruiser (Prado) as it's called here (SaudiArabia).
Lowest trim available with the round head lights and rear locker, it's quite similar to the 1958 in the US market but missing all the driver assistance features and equipped with 7 seats.

It's available here with two engine options, 2.4 turbo petrol (non hybrid) and 2.8 turbo diesel which is what I got.

Overall I'm quite impressed with the vehicle so far, it feels light and nimble and quite comfortable for this size of car.
The diesel engine power feels strong and torquay and relatively efficient as it's rated at 33MPG and I'm getting around 26MPG so far.

I still haven't taken it off road and will do as soon as I'm done with the break in period.

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Did you drill the front plate mounting bracket? looking for options,
 
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Checking in from Iowa City, IA. Picked my new LC yesterday with Premium Package in Traildust. Love it. Tradedin a BMW m440i...the LC is not as fast ...lol.
 
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