Toyota Land Cruiser has advanced after some time from an essential four-wheel-drive utility vehicle in its initial years to an upscale eight-traveler sport utility vehicle (SUV) sold in 188 nations. Yet, this notorious vehicle has held an unwavering after as it stays consistent with its rough terrain legacy with uncompromising go-anyplace ability.
The 2013 Land Cruiser gets invigorated outside styling that incorporates an overhauled front grille and headlamps with HID low-pillars. Extra new elements incorporate LED Daytime Running Lights, chrome side trim, upgraded external side mirrors and tail lights. The configuration keeps on passing on a "Progressed and Rugged" subject with extended front and back bumpers. The new grille and headlamps keep up Toyota Land Cruiser's enduring and certain appearance, while the hood streams smoothly into the grille and beltlines.
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