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2005 Toyota Land Cruiser

2005 Toyota Land Cruiser

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The long-running and off-road capable full-size Land Cruiser sport-utility vehicle newly offers 18-inch alloy wheels as standard equipment for 2005; otherwise it remains unchanged. A 235-horsepower, 4.7-liter V-8 and a five-speed-automatic transmission continues as the standard powertrain, Four-wheel drive and a host of sophisticated chassis control systems - including four-wheel-disc anti-lock power brakes, vehicle skid control, traction control, and a locking center differential - are standard. A long list of features includes automatic air conditioning, a CD changer, a DVD entertainment system, leather upholstery, power moonroof and heated power seats and mirrors. A became optional on 2004 models. Front-side and side-curtain airbags, a satellite navigation system and front-side and side-curtain airbags and a backup video monitor are optional.



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