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Toyota LandCruiser 70 HDJ/HZJ

Toyota LandCruiser 70 HDJ/HZJ (1996-2006)

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Graham J.
Graham J.Perth, WA

Better 4wd cars out there

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This car is terrible. I drive one for work daily. It’s manual which is awful. Handles like a tank. It’s 2022 not 1982. The wing mirrors stick out too far. Ride comfort is next to 0. The air con is controlled with a slider. I haven’t used a slider to control the air con in a car since 2009. Marty McFly could happily use this car to travel back to 1955 and he would blend right in. It’s that old fashioned. The interior is dull and out of date. Don’t get ripped off buying a 70 series just because of its prestige.

Build Quality
1/5
Value for Money
1/5
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Su2022
Su2022Wyndham Vale Victoria
  • 5 reviews
  • 1 like

Replacement for our written off Prado

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Great car for towing our caravan and is very economical to run as it runs on both Petrol and LPG. All it needs now is a wheel alignment and an LPG check to make sure it's running well. Plenty of room to put our gear in when we go caravanning.

Badge$5000
Body$18000
TransmissionAutomatic
Date PurchasedAug 2016
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Steven
Steven
  • 7 reviews
  • 10 likes

Best feature is the resale value

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TransmissionManual
Alien2OZ
Alien2OZ
Steven
Steven
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Superb

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Absolutely superb. Anyone who can fault this vehicle other than the fuel consumption doesn't know what they are talking about? You can drive for hours non-stop and get out as fresh as a daisy. It has every conceivable gadget just about and makes for uber luxurious 4x4 driving and is as smooth as a Rolls Royce.

Fuel heavy but you know the old adage: 'You get what you pay for'

Body(78R) Troop Carrier
Born2Follow
Born2Follow

uhhh... you talking about the 200 series there?

amayzen19
amayzen19

Rolls Royce PFFF definately 200 series

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Questions & Answers

Gai B.
Gai B.asked
LandCruiser 70 HDJ/HZJ (1996-2006)

My Speedo has stopped working, any suggestions how to fix it.

1 answer
Diab0lus
Diab0lus

Check Speedo cable.

Iggy Giranah
Iggy Giranahasked
LandCruiser 70 HDJ/HZJ (1996-2006)

Have a landcruiser 70 series, 3rd and 4th gear popping out. What's the problem or fault? Name of part(s) needing replacement? Please help!

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PigFucker76
PigFucker76asked
LandCruiser 70 HDJ/HZJ (1996-2006)

Hi i just bought a 2003 toyota landcruiser trayback and it won,t go 90 in 4th and that is with excelerator flat to the floor and the same if i change into 5th it loses power and i am lucky to get 90km withb pedal flat to the floor i known there is drastically wrong but i don,t have a clue can anyone help me with this problem cheers thanks

2 answers
Maca
Maca

Changed the fuel filter?

Bbrrrr
Bbrrrr

Get it serviced perhaps and tell them the issues???

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Toyota LandCruiser 70 HDJ/HZJ (1996-2006)

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CategoryCars and Large / 7 Seater SUVs
Release dateJan 1996
Discontinuation dateDec 2006
Replaced byToyota LandCruiser 70 VDJ
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