MSRP
$85,415
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Last Updated: December 18, 2019

Poor Sales: The Toyota Land Cruiser was the slowest selling luxury large SUV in 2018, and continues to hold that position this year. The Land Cruiser’s cousin, the Lexus LX, is outselling it by about 30 percent.

High Prices: The Land Cruiser's high price of $85,415 likely contributes to its low sales. Excluding the ultra-high-priced, ostentatious Mercedes-Benz G-Class, the Land Cruiser is about $7,000 above the class average.

Time to Buy: While Toyota is asking shoppers to spend just over $85,000 on a vehicle without a true luxury badge, its off-road prowess is nearly unmatched. If that’s what you seek, along with a history of excellent predicted reliability ratings, you won’t get much better than the Land Cruiser. If you want a little more prestige on your grille, consider the Land Rover Range Rover or Lexus LX. This month’s Toyota and Lexus deals have all the best finance and lease deals to help you save some money.

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MSRP: $85,415

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