2024 Land Cruiser: You Asked, We Answered

AutoGuide.com Staff
by AutoGuide.com Staff

A few months back, we put out a request to YOU the viewers to submit questions about the new 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser. We took the best questions and traveled to beautiful Utah to put some miles into the new LC and answer them as best as we can!

When it was first introduced in 1951 as the BJ, it was unmistakably an off-road capable machine. However, from the “90” Prado series to the “300” series in 2021, the Land Cruisers got softer and more rounded, trading off-road capability for luxury features. But with the new “250” series, Toyota went back to its roots. Now the SUV is boxy, aggressive, and looks exactly how an off-road capable machine should look.

To get to the bottom of your questions, we enlisted the help of Land Cruiser expert and board member for the Land Cruiser Museum, Kurt Williams (aka “Cruiser Kurt”), and set out to see if the new vehicle stacks up to the legendary LCs of old!

NOTE: This is sponsored content produced in partnership with Toyota Motor North America.

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  • Aslam Aslam on Jan 30, 2024

    I had the year 2000 LC. It was a dream SUV. It was so solidly built, so stable that no other car that I ever drove in my 40+ years of driving comes close to LC perfection. I am longing for a 2024 1958, and can't wait