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2013 Toyota Land Cruiser - Features Review

 
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The standard Land Cruiser comes with plenty of luxury features--and for nearly $80,000, it should.
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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.
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Toyota makes sure that no Land Cruiser owner goes uncoddled. For the 2013 model year--maybe it's to make up for the skipped 2012?--they've made every formerly available option standard on the big SUV.

That means that not only does standard equipment include the formerly free stuff--power windows, locks and mirrors; a moonroof; leather upholstery; heated front and second-ro seats; and four-zone climate control--it now also includes Bluetooth; a navigation system; a rear-seat DVD entertainment system; rain-sensing wipers; a center-console cooled compartment; adaptive cruise control; and a heated, leather-trimmed steering wheel.

Entune is also standard on the Land Cruiser for 2013. Wrapped into the audio system along with HD radio, satellite radio, a USB port and Bluetooth streaming, Entune enables mobile-phone app connectivity. That means your phone's Bing search can be run through the Land Cruiser's audio system, bringing live results to its navigation screen. Pandora music can filter through its audio system. You can even make OpenTable reservations using voice commands and steering-wheel controls while on the go.

Conclusion

The standard Land Cruiser comes with plenty of luxury features--and for nearly $80,000, it should.

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