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The 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition has a special place in my heart, even at its pricy $89,239 price tag. But it is limited to 1,200… if that means anything to you.
Click here to read the full text review of the Land Cruiser Heritage Edition.
Sure, it doesn’t have Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, like the 2020 Toyota Yaris Hatchback, but it has off-road chops, great presence, and gives you a feeling like not many SUVs can. You feel like anything the earth throws at you, you can overcome it. Avalanche? Psh… Hurricane? Ha! Floods? Watch this. They should have driven this in the film “2012” instead of trying to fly a plane. They would have landed at the earth’s core and the Land Cruiser would have been driving around looking for a place to park.
While your friends are driving Escalades and Yukons, you can rest assured that you’re driving something different. Something that feels more special and less normal. You don’t keep up with the Joneses’ in a Land Cruiser. They’re still wondering why you bought such an expensive Toyota. But when you’re behind the wheel, you’ll never forget why.
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