If you're in the market for a large, luxurious SUV that can transport your family all over Richmond and Georgetown in the utmost of style, there's no other choice than the 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser. This big bruiser is loaded with power and dependable performance, and its elegant cabin will make you feel like you're in the lap of luxury. Let the courteous staff at Toyota on Nicholasville in Nicholasville, KY, serving Frankfort, take you and your family for a test drive in this luscious machine. Once you see everything the 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser has to offer you and your brood, you'll all be sold!
Let's check out how the 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser compares to the Land Rover Range Rover.
Of course, luxurious large SUV's come with a higher price tag, but you'll save mightily from the get-go by choosing a 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser. With its MSRP of $80,155 vs. the Land Rover Range Rover's starting MSRP of $83,495, you'll save over $3000 before you even walk onto the lot of Toyota on Nicholasville and hear our even lower price! So if you want to put money towards your child's college education, go with the 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser!
ENGINE AND POWERTRAIN
A big beefy SUV like the 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser and Land Rover Range Rover needs a fiercely robust powertrain to pulls you and your passengers through all kinds of road conditions, and the Land Cruiser doesn't disappoint. Under the hood, you'll find a huge 5.7L V8 producing 381 hp and a hefty 401 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and standard 4WD. In the Range Rover, a 3.0L Supercharged LR-V6 with 340 hp and only 332 lb-ft. of torque is standard, though upper, more pricier models get a 5.0L V8 with 510 hp, mated to an 8-speed automatic, also with 4WD standard. But if you're looking to tow a boat or trailer for a family road trip, the Land Cruiser squarely beats the Range Rover with its maximum towing capacity of 8,200 vs. the Ranger Rover's maximum of 7,716 pounds.
While these two luxurious brutes are loaded with many of the same amenities the 2015 Toyota Land Cruiser still edges out the Range Rover with a standard power moonroof, a multi-terrain monitor that provides side, front and rear camera views, and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system with 9-inch screen -- all optional on the base Range Rover.