LandCruiser 70 Series – We recently spoke to Sean Hanley from Toyota about the updates and availability.
Sean, as always, was passionate, positive, direct, and refreshingly authentic when we chat.
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Highlights of the LandCruiser 70 Series release
Toyota Australia has announced pricing and specification for the upgraded range, with the venerable workhorse arriving in Australian showrooms in November priced from $75,600 plus on-road costs1 for the 76 Series WorkMate wagon.
- Upgraded LandCruiser 70 Series range arrives in local showrooms priced from $75,600 plus on-roads1
- Four-cylinder 2.8-litre engine mated to automatic transmission available across the line-up
- New exterior styling and equipment upgrades complement upgrades to 70 Series range
Along with enhancements to exterior styling, comfort and convenience features, and safety technology, the 70 Series introduces a six-speed automatic transmission for the first time, teamed to the tried-and-tested 1GD four-cylinder 2.8-litre turbo-diesel engine which has also been upgraded to suit the hardcore usage required of a 70 Series engine.
LandCruiser 70 Series pricing1
|76 Series Wagon WorkMate||$75,600||–|
|76 Series Wagon GXL||$79,800||$83,900|
|78 Series Troop Carrier WorkMate||$79,200||$83,300|
|78 Series Troop Carrier GXL||$82,500||$86,600|
|79 Series single cab chassis WorkMate||$76,800||$80,900|
|79 Series single cab chassis GX*||$78,800||$82,900|
|79 Series single cab chassis GXL||$80,900||$85,000|
|79 Series double cab chassis WorkMate*||$79,300||$83,400|
|79 Series double cab chassis GXL||$83,500||$87,600|
Premium paint: $675
*Front and rear differential locks: $1500
1 Manufacturer’s list price provided for media purposes only. Statutory charges or other on-road costs not included.
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