Toyota Prices 2024 Land Cruiser, Starts $55,950


toyota prices 2024 land cruiser starts 55 950

After a small hiatus, the Toyota Land Cruiser returns for 2024, occupying a slightly different spot on the food chain than its forebear.

We’ll get pricing out of the way before diving into any weeds. The so-called ‘1958’ trim wears the headline-grabbing $55,950 price tag, equipped with those retro round LED headlamps and TOYOTA heritage billboard grille. On the spec sheet you’ll find an 8.0-inch infotainment screen, 2.4-kW inverter, locking center and rear differentials, two-speed transfer case, and coil springs out back. There are but a trio of colors if that matters to you.

Next up, and simply called Land Cruiser, is the trim which diverts to rectangular headlamps and is priced at $61,950. Upgrades include 12.3-inch infotainment, power liftgate, and a stabilizer disconnect mechanism for gnarly off-road moves. There are also extra dirt road driving modes thanks to multi-terrain select programming. Finally, the probably-one-year-only First Edition trades for round headlights, sundry badges, and accessories like rock rails and skid plates. Price? A heady $74,950. Those sums do not include destination and other fees.

For now, the Land Cruiser is only available with a hybrid powertrain under the iForce Max banner, belting out 326 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque. It is worth noting fraternal platform brother GX 550 has a twin-turbo V6 stuffed up its blocky nose though its output, at 349 horses and 479 torques, isn’t much different from the Cruiser’s 2.4L four-banger hybrid.

All trims get the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 suite of nannies, including lane departure tools, pre-collision system, and dynamic radar cruise control. There is also the typical function found in rigs like these which operates like low-speed off-road cruise control. Approach and departure angles are 31 and 22 degrees, if you’re wondering.

The reshuffling of Land Cruiser’s place in the lineup certainly leaves room for the big three-row Sequoia at that end of the spectrum but can be argued to overlap the 4Runner ever so slightly in terms of mission and appearance if not price as the top rung TRD Pro trim has an MSRP of $55,170 – right where the Land Cruiser starts off. A new 4Runner is anticipated for 2025.

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