When will LC250 arrive Canada

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There are a bunches of dealers in US posted their coming LC online and showing thoses coming LC in the inventory searching while in Canada there is no any type of updates. Any one know when the LC will arrive Canada?
 
First Edition - May/June
1958/Land Cruiser - June onwards
 
My dealer indicated he'll be surprised if the 1958 makes it to the dealership by end of June. Best guess now is end July. Toyota.ca has only just gotten the LC on the specs & price on the website last week. Canadians take note that the 1958 appears to be stripped of skid plates for the Canadian version - this begs the question of what else is the difference between the US and Canadian version?
 
TPMS sensors seem to be a common omission in Hondas/Toyotas...but who knows until we see them?

I dont see the Build&price up yet on Toyota.ca for LC. What are you basing this off of?
 
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Last time I had asked my dealer was still showing a June delivery - my LC FE has been in port for weeks. Sounds like Toyota Canada is holding back delivery until a certain amount of allocations are ready across Canada. I don't think we are that far out, but there's not a lot of details to go by.
 
Was told today that FE will start rolling out in July and then the other trims after
 
There are a bunches of dealers in US posted their coming LC online and showing thoses coming LC in the inventory searching while in Canada there is no any type of updates. Any one know when the LC will arrive Canada?

Already first Edition on this side of Canada.

There are a bunches of dealers in US posted their coming LC online and showing thoses coming LC in the inventory searching while in Canada there is no any type of updates. Any one know when the LC will arrive Canada?
Already a FE on this side of Canada. $92400.00
 
Already first Edition on this side of Canada.
Seeing a car for sale on a website, especially with only stock photos doesn't mean it's physically on the lot. I tried phoning just now, but I think they may be shut for the day. Did you actually see the vehicle?
 
Seeing a car for sale on a website, especially with only stock photos doesn't mean it's physically on the lot. I tried phoning just now, but I think they may be shut for the day. Did you actually see the vehicle?
You may be right, but my experience with local websites is that they usually put a in β€œTransit” above the photo if vehicles are not on lots. Photos are rarely the actual vehicle . They tend to use stock photos a lot.
The dealership where I have my deposit said they are getting their first arrival in July.
 
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