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2016 Toyota Land Cruiser

2016 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER: Once again, the Toyota Land Cruiser comes in one version for 2016, which is fully equipped and with seating for eight. There are no factory options, and really, none is needed. Under the hood of the Land Cruiser, which "flows gracefully into the grille and beltlines," is a 381-horsepower 5.7-liter V-8 DOHC engine, mated to an eight-speed ECT automatic transmission with sequential shift mode. The lightweight, compact transfer case provides full-time four-wheel drive. For the 2016 model year, Land Cruiser receives exterior and interior styling enhancements, including an updated front grille, LED daytime running lights, chrome side molding, redesigned taillights and outer side mirrors, a color-keyed rear spoiler, plus, rugged, enlarged front and rear fenders. Complementing the freshened exterior, Land Cruiser receives an updated interior that seats up to eight, with three-across seating in the second and third rows. The passenger-side second-row seat features a one-touch tumble mechanism for easier third-row in and out. When middle and rear seatbacks are stow away, there is 81.7 cu. ft. of cargo carrying room. New standard features include such goodies as the rear-seat DVD entertainment system, center console cooler box, Bluetooth and heated second-row seats. While at this year's Chicago Auto Show, ask the Toyota representative to tell you about Toyota's Safety Sense-P system that includes frontal collision avoidance, at speeds below 24 mph (including pedestrian protection); frontal collision mitigation (also for speeds below 24 mph); lane departure alert; auto high beams, dynamic radar cruise control, blind spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert. All the new driver-assist systems come standard. A backup camera is also standard, and also useful for hitching a trailer. For the record, Toyota has continually sold Land Cruiser models in the United States since 1957. 
 

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