Big but not entirely space-efficient, the eight-passenger Land Cruiser has terrific front seats. They're shaped well, and give an excellent view of the road ahead, with the caveat that they sit very high from the ground--it's a climb to get in and out of the big ute, regardless of which seat you're occupying.
In the second row, Toyota fits a sliding mechanism that enables several inches of fore-and-aft motion for the bench seat, to add flexibility to go with plentiful head and leg room. It makes up for the relative lack of utility in the third row: like most of these way-back seats, the Land Cruiser's rearmost bench is an afterthought. It's worse than usual, since the seats can't stow in the floor (that's where the off-roading hardware resides). Instead they swing off to the sides, where they narrow the Cruiser's cargo area.