When will LC250 arrive Canada

Can you comment on the uphill acceleration?
No. It was during rush hour so I didn't get much elbow room to open it up, and it's pretty flat around here. It jumps off the line, though, like a vehicle half its size, and it never gave me the sense that power was ever going to be an issue.
 
I was able to test drive an LC non-premium yesterday. I'm very impressed with the ride quality. Only thing I've driven that comes close is a Cadillac SUV but without the wishy-washy steering feel that the Caddy had. I was initially concerned when I heard a loud humming sound at highway speed. I immediately ruled out the engine as it was at 1500 RPM at the time. I noticed that the port had installed cross bars on the roof rails which were likely the culprit. I remember reading in another thread that those can create quite a bit of noise.

The body roll that reviewers are reporting is definitely a thing. Not so noticeable in normal driving and cornering, but if you happen to swerve to avoid something and immediately correct, she wobbles like a weeble. I think it's a fair trade-off for that ride quality, considering the height and weight of the vehicle, but I imagine some people might be looking to stiffen it up a bit, particularly if they have riders that are prone to car sickness.
Regarding body roll.,.. wonder if Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS) would help this. Given New Taco Limited Hybrid has full time 4wd and AVS I was hoping that it would be offered in a higher trim LC.
 
Are the landcruisers trickling in or is our stock at dealership has increased? Still find hard to believe given the stock at vancouver port and the cost close to 6 figures it's still not available
 
My dealer in Calgary got one Premium in already... said beside the FE, will be the lowest number manufactured, so tougher to get.
 

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My dealer in Calgary got one Premium in already... said beside the FE, will be the lowest number manufactured, so tougher to get.
Awesome! Love that Java interior... to bad its only available with white and black in Canada. I really wanted the blue with the Java interior :(
 
what color is it?
It was black. Looks like there was a white Premium up in Edmonton as well, at least thats what they advertised on Kijiji... call in on it and its magically sold, but they are willing to throw your name on the list. Not sure I believe it was ever available.
 
I pick up my blue FE a week from Monday. (It's already at the dealership, just working around various people's vacations.)
 
You will see the yellow trail dust in one picture. Buddy says the entire row is LC. QX80 on its way to Toronto
 

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My dealer, High River Toyota has 2 1958's in, and not spoken for. One in black, one in Brown Sugar. Both with Falken Wildpeak AT4W's mounted (which make a HUGE difference in person). I have to say that the interior looks much better in person than from seeing it in videos.

Drove the Brown Sugar today. Was really impressed (actually surprised) with the quiet, smooth and supple, yet tight ride. Much nicer than my Tundra. The power was also much better than expected. Very little performance difference from my 5.7 V8 Tundra. Turning circle was also very small. Very nice driving all round.
 
My dealer, High River Toyota has 2 1958's in, and not spoken for. One in black, one in Brown Sugar. Both with Falken Wildpeak AT4W's mounted (which make a HUGE difference in person). I have to say that the interior looks much better in person than from seeing it in videos.

Drove the Brown Sugar today. Was really impressed (actually surprised) with the quiet, smooth and supple, yet tight ride. Much nicer than my Tundra. The power was also much better than expected. Very little performance difference from my 5.7 V8 Tundra. Turning circle was also very small. Very nice driving all round.
It seems the first batch sent must be 1958s as I see them advertised on marketplace all the time from Edmonton it seems though. $88k. They must be requiring you to buy every warranty & true coat to get to that figure. Because thatโ€™s what I thought I could get a premium for.
 
It seems the first batch sent must be 1958s as I see them advertised on marketplace all the time from Edmonton it seems though. $88k. They must be requiring you to buy every warranty & true coat to get to that figure. Because thatโ€™s what I thought I could get a premium for.
Premium is costing just a little shy of 100g with 15% tax included in BC.
 
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It seems the first batch sent must be 1958s as I see them advertised on marketplace all the time from Edmonton it seems though. $88k. They must be requiring you to buy every warranty & true coat to get to that figure. Because thatโ€™s what I thought I could get a premium for.
Seems to be the case
 
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