Prohibited Toyota Land Cruiser 70
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Definitely, Toyota keeps producing and upgrading Toyota Land Cruiser 70, a legendary off-roader, almost four decades after being introduced.

The Tundra, Tacoma and Squoia are our pretty awesome Toyota pickups and SUVs offered in the States. We don’t have the Land Cruiser 70 Series, but there isn’t any unit available in the market anymore, right? Now we are talking about the J70 that released in 1984 to replace the 40 series, the one that existed three decades old. Absolutely, an old-school vehicle was no longer axed in all markets. Instead, it is increasingly popular which a two-year waitlist is now.

In some markets, the Land Cruiser 70 stays as a brand-new Toyota vehicle, leading it to rank up among the oldest vehicles on sale recently. In Australia market, Toyota comes with an updated design presenting an ultra-rad off-roader, for money investment to make it submissive with the side-impact crash rules. More payload and safety upgrades are planned to arrive in November 2022; a pre-collision safety system and an approximate 200-pound increase in GVM to go over 7.700 pounds. The pre-collision safety system incorporates autonomous emergency braking with cyclist and pedestrian detection.

According to Sean Hanley, Toyota Australia Vice President Sales, Marketing and Franchise Operations, the next changes are designed to ensure that the legendary LandCruiser 70 Series will be available for the predictable future in the markets in Australia where its fame arises from more than 13,900 sales a year ago.

In addition, the feisty J70 is not fighting, not just barely enduring. On the other hand, there is a big demand for the legendary Land Cruiser 70 in Australia. Toyota cannot keep up regardless the huge factors related to the demand. The legend is sold out. It joins the wait list.

Motor1, according to an Australian magazine named Drive, reported that the Series 70 orders backlog is around two and a half years. That’s true. Down Under, the Toyota dealers have calculated the math, an order set today will be achieved two years from now and sometimes in 2024, of course at the current production rate.

Toyota is optimist to be able to pick up the production pace, but dang. That’s the wait-time of Rivian-level. On the bright side, you can have your desired Series 70 in time for its 40th anniversary in 2024. That’s a little longing – or something.

The Land Cruiser 70 is designed with turbo-diesel V-8 engine to run as expected to produce about 202 horsepower and 316 lb-ft of torque supported by a five-speed manual transmission. They all feature a 6.1-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, satellite navigation, cruise control, air conditioning, traction control, ABS, stability control with hill-start assist control and the available diff locks which are all awesome.

That is all to say, the 70 series are brand-new but old-style in Australia, come without shortage of rad configurations. There’s a large portion of charm found in this off-roader, from the pickup to the wagon.

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