Smaller in dimensions than the newer Sequoia, Toyota’s most costly full-size sport utility vehicle has a history that dates back to the company’s early days in the U.S. market. It is the slowest-selling member of the company’s SUV group, with only 15,509 Land Cruisers sold during 2000 — and that figure represents a slight drop from the previous year. Read More
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