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The 2011 Toyota Land Cruiser comes with plenty of features for trail junkies, along with plenty to make commuters and families content.
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The navigation system absorbs the radio-station-select buttons and some of the automatic climate-control functions, though temperature and fan speed are separate.
Consumer Guide

Gizmos and abbreviations abound (HAC, VSC, EBD, A-TRAC, DAC), as they do on the other gilt-edge SUVs.
Car and Driver

the options list is slim
Popular Mechanics

Hill-Start Assist Control which offers about 3 seconds of brake hold. This provides time for the driver to move a foot from brake to accelerator while on a steep hill, and is a nifty feature whether off-road or in downtown San Francisco.
MSN Autos

You won't run short of standard features and available options to ratchet up the price, either. All models come standard with a JBL six-disc CD changer stereo with 14 speakers, Smart Key keyless entry and push-button start, security system, cruise control, power moonroof, auto-dimming side and rearview mirrors, HomeLink garage door opener, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, and heated power front and rear seats with driver memory settings.

Many of the Land Cruisers normal-vehicle features are buffed up for use off-road or in extreme elements. For instance, the four-zone climate control system includes 28 air vents and a PTC heated that heats air instantly to help with cabin warm-up.

Available options include a rear-seat entertainment system, Bluetooth hands-free calling, sonar-based backup, and rearview monitor system. Last year, the optional navigation system was upgraded, including a smoother interface and an all-new Safety Connect telematics system that can inform emergency services in the case of an accident. For 2011, the Land Cruiser also gets available XM NavTraffic services for the nav system.


The 2011 Toyota Land Cruiser comes with plenty of features for trail junkies, along with plenty to make commuters and families content.

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