Toyota Land Cruiser (2013)

CARBARN | Toyota Land Cruiser (2013) | Throughout its 60-year existence, the Land Cruiser has remained one of the most impressive off-roaders money can buy. The current model of costs upward of $ 69,000 and the upcoming 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser will cost about - you should probably sit down - another $ 9000.  Among the many goodies included in the Upgrade Package are voice-activated navigation, rear-seat DVD entertainment system, color-matched rear spoiler, rain-sensing windshield wipers, center-console cooler box, headlamp cleaners, leather-trimmed steering wheel, multi- -information display, Bluetooth, rear backup camera, and a JBL audio system.

The 2013 Land Cruiser receives a reworked front fascia with a new grille, headlamps, and LED daytime running lamps. The side profile features redesigned side mirrors and larger front and rear fenders are punctuated by That chrome side moldings. New multi-spoke rims are an outstanding improvement over the plain five-spoke units fitted on the current model. Out back, the changes are subtle, consisting of redesigned tail-lights and the now standard spoiler. One new paint color - Blizzard Pearl - rounds out the exterior changes. Also new are the Multi-terrain Monitor, heated steering wheel, Dynamic Cruise Control, and added power outlets in the rear.

The new Multi-terrain Select system acts like a limited slip differential and adjusts wheel slip According to terrain. Crawl now allows drivers to pick one of five speeds for steep or rough terrain and automatically maintains it, allowing the driver to focus on obstacle avoidance. Off-Road Turn Assist allows the Land Cruiser to the make sharper turns when the road gets rough by pulsing the corner rear brakes. Mechanically, the Land Cruiser Remains the same for 2013. Expect to see the 2013 Land Cruiser in dealerships in February.

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