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2008 Toyota Land Cruiser Video

2008 Toyota Land Cruiser Video

The 2008 Toyota Land Cruiser is quite the versatile full-size SUV with a luxurious interior, a redesigned/modernized exterior, three rows of seating, and full-time 4WD. The interior of the 2008 Land Cruiser has features that luxury vehicles have made necessities, like the cooler in the center console and a rear entertainment system.

Behind the scenes, the Toyota Land Cruiser sports a 5.7-liter V8 that produces 381 horsepower @ 5,600 rpm and 401 lb-ft of torque @ 3,600 rpm. For the off-road enthusiasts, the Land Cruiser has the new Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) that allows the sway bars to free themselves from the vehicle via a hydraulic system. KDSS adjusts stabilizer bar effects based on driving conditions and when off-roading, it enhances suspension articulation. The crawl control system, activated with an on/off switch, also helps when going downhill or uphill over rocky or rough terrain. Worried about rolling over while off-roading? Don’t be. The Land Cruiser’s engineers took safety seriously. Toyota included supplemental restraint systems like active headrests and roll-sensing side curtain airbags (for a total of 10 airbags in the vehicle).

For more on Toyota’s full-sized SUV, watch our 2008 Land Cruiser Video and let us know what you think.

You can also watch the 2008 Toyota Land Cruiser Video on YouTube.

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Manu says:

awesome wheel… but it much conferable in the seats.

ed chan says:

i am in the market for an SUV , though i know it’s a personal question, if money is not an option which one would be your choice Land Cruiser or GL 550
your personal choice or opinion will make me decide which one i’ll buy, cause i trust your expertise .

Thanks in advance

Ed Chan

Marty says:

Good review overall. Don’t think you covered ground clearance. Also, is it available with locking differentials?
One last thing on the subject of shirts. Either tuck it in or leave it out.

-Marty

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