This Vehicle is one of the most dependable and safest vehicles I have owned. It has very low maintenance and repair costs. The Engine and transmission are quite possibly the strongest and most dependable that Toyota has ever made. This is a safe, reliable, luxurious, strong and smooth vehicle.
It has lots of features. I love the sunroof.
It is really luxurious, but it guzzles gas and only takes premium. It drives smoothly and is a very comfortable ride. It is older though so it does not have an auxiliary port. But it has a 5 CD changer and cassette deck.
Very dependable and handles like a dream on the road
I love this vehicle. It is roomy, dependable, comfortable, and has lots of extras that I have enjoyed. I love the way it maneuvers on the road and everything about how it handleS. The worst part is the gas mileage
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4-channel/sensor anti-lock braking system *
Driver & front passenger airbags
Front seat-mounted side-impact airbags
Front & 2nd row roll-sensing curtain airbags (RSCA)
3-point seat belts for front, 2nd row, outboard 3rd row-inc: height adjustable anchors, lap-belt for 3rd row center seat
Front seat belt pretensioners & force limiters
Automatic locking retractor (ALR) & emergency locking retractor (ELR) seat belts for all seats (except 3rd row center - driver ELR only)
Child restraint seat (CRS) tether anchor brackets for 2nd row left & center
Vehicle stability control (VSC) *
Active traction control (A-TRAC) *
Highly rigid body structure w/front & rear crumple zones
Side-impact door beams
Impact-dissipating upper interior trim
Collapsible steering column
Daytime running lights *
First aid kit
* Optional Safety Feature
Safety Recalls (2)
Air BagsFeb 5, 2016
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Feb 5, 2016
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing (Toyota) is recalling certain model year 2003-2006 Toyota Land Cruiser and Lexus LX470, 2005-2006 Toyota Tundra and Sequoia, 2004-2006 Toyota 4Runner and Lexus GX470 vehicles equipped with side curtain-shield-air bags. The affected vehicles have an air bag control module that may be improperly programmed, causing the side curtain-shield-air bags to deploy inadvertently.
If the side curtain-shield-air bags deploy unexpectedly, it can increase the risk of occupant injury.
Toyota will notify owners, and dealers will replace the air bag control module with one that has improved programming, free of charge. Owners were sent interim notices on March 1, 2016. Owners will receive a second notice when remedy parts become available. Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-888-271-9371. Toyota's number for this recall is G0C and GLB.
Air BagsAug 31, 2017
Report Receipt Date:
Aug 31, 2017
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing (Toyota) is recalling certain 2008-2016 Toyota Land Cruiser, 2006 Lexus LX470, and 2008-2013 Lexus LX570 vehicles. These vehicles may be equipped with an incorrect driver or front passenger air bag. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 208, "Occupant Crash Protection."
An incorrect driver or front passenger air bag may not deploy as intended in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of injury.
Toyota will notify owners, and dealers will replace the affected air bag assemblies, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin September 25, 2017. Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-800-331-4331. Toyota's number for this recall is H0S. Lexus' number for this recall is HLD.
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