Toyota's most costly full-size sport utility vehicle has smaller dimensions than the newer Sequoia. The Land Cruiser has a history that dates back to the company's early days in the U.S. market. In recent years, it has been the slowest-selling member of the company's SUV group. Only 15,509 Land Cruisers were sold during 2000, according to Automotive News. The sales total dropped by more than half to just 7,591 units in 2001. Read More
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