While off-road capable SUVs are all the craze these days, the Toyota Land Cruiser has been traversing the far-flung corners of the world for many decades. After all of these years, the iconic Land Cruiser is still going strong, with even better off-road capabilities, a roomy, comfortable, and luxuriously appointed interior, useful technologies, towing prowess, and impressive performance. To find out how much the 2021 Land Cruiser costs, read more.
2021 Toyota Land Cruiser Trims and Pricing
Buyers of the 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser have a choice of three different models: 4WD Base, Heritage Edition, and Heritage Edition w/ 3-Row Option. The Land Cruiser 4WD Base model costs $85,515 MSRP, while the Land Cruiser Heritage Edition model costs $87,845 MSRP. The cost of the Land Cruiser Heritage Edition w/ 3-Row Option model is yet to be determined, with its pricing expected to be announced when production starts in September 2020.
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Are there any changes for the 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser?
Originally, the Land Cruiser was rumored to be getting a redesign for the 2021 model-year, which is quite noteworthy, since the luxury SUV hasn’t been overhauled since 2008. However, the next-generation Land Cruiser likely won’t be unveiled until next year. Nonetheless, the Land Cruiser embodies the adage, “Don’t mess with a good thing,” for it’s still an exceptional vehicle after more than a decade for the current-generation 200 Series model. As far as what’s new for the 2021 Land Cruiser, two new color options are offered for the Heritage Edition model: Magnetic Gray Metallic and Classic Silver Metallic. Also, the Heritage Edition w/ 3-Row Option model is a new addition to the Land Cruiser model lineup.