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On Safety
The 2011 Toyota Land Cruiser has an impressive list of safety features, though it hasn't yet been crash-tested.
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Yes, size and weight do have something to do with vehicle safety, but the relationship isn't straightforward enough for us to declare the 2011 Land Cruiser particularly safe. This full-size luxury SUV still hasn't been crash-tested in either of the major U.S. programs.

It does come with a good list of safety features, though: Electronic stability control, traction control, driver and front passenger active front headrests, driver and front passenger knee bags, first- and second-row outboard thorax side airbags, three-row roll-sensing side curtain airbags, and multiterrain anti-lock braking are included in all Land Cruisers. .

Optional on the Land Cruiser is a pre-collision system that cinches up the front seatbelts during skidding or hard braking.

While there's plenty of window space in the Land Cruiser, visibility can be challenging in up-close parking situations because of the height of this truck next to other vehicles (and kids and strollers and the like). While parking sonar is standard, a rearview camera is only offered as part of the nav system.

Conclusion

The 2011 Toyota Land Cruiser has an impressive list of safety features, though it hasn't yet been crash-tested.

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