All hail the King.

Toyota LandCruiser 200Way back in 1958, our very first LandCruiser helped build the Snowy Mountains Hydro- Electric Scheme, reliably carrying workers to and from the job in unforgiving and unrelentingly hard conditions. Since those back-breaking ‘survival tool’ days, LandCruiser has stamped its authority as the tough, uncompromising WorkHorse that’s come to be known as the 4WD that built Australia. Now, nearly sixty years on, LandCruiser 200 is a true Australian icon.

Even as it has evolved to incorporate the very latest cutting edge technology and luxury, the rich heritage of the job hardened, proven DNA is still at the heart of every 200 Series.

Toyota Landcruiser 200 Variants

LC200 GX 
Toyota Landcruiser 200 LC200 GX
LC GXL 
Toyota Landcruiser 200 LC GXL
LC200 VX 
Toyota Landcruiser 200 LC200 VX
LC200 Sahara 
Toyota Landcruiser 200 LC200 Sahara

Toughness never looked so good.

Toyota LandCruiser 200When driving in some of the world’s hardest conditions, you need proven strength and clever thinking to go the distance. Which is why a group of the world’s finest four-wheel drive engineers crafted LandCruiser 200 to be both rugged in purpose and refined in intent. One look at the broad, uncompromising stance and meticulous attention to detail tells you LandCruiser 200 is more than ready to dominate. Whether on the road, crawling through muddy rivers or battling in the bush, you’ll quickly appreciate LandCruiser 200 is seriously engineered to handle the hard stuff.

As well as looking bold and ready for action, the aggressive grille, protruding hood and radiator also add to the airflow of the engine. Sturdy roof rails are fitted as standard on GXL models and up, and the streamlined chrome side protection on Sahara variants not only looks good, but also protects against side by side door opening damage.

With LandCruiser 200, you’ve got rock solid appeal to match its hard-earned reputation as ‘King off the Road.’

The way ahead is more than clear.

Toyota LandCruiser 200 intentEchoing its uncompromising history, the bold headlamp styling on the 200 Series has been inspired by LandCruiser’s past – even down to the LandCruiser logo in the corner. These distinctly styled projector headlamps on GXL models feature a LED low-beam and Halogen hi-beam, rising to Bi-LED headlamps on VX and Sahara models that automatically switch on in low or dusk levels of light. The Sahara also features Automatic High Beam1 (AHB) that automatically adjusts the high beam when it senses traffic ahead.

Each time you start a GXL, the auto-levelling feature will adjust the headlamps to match the pitch angle of the car for optimum performance. While the dynamic autolevelling in VX and Sahara models constantly
adjusts the headlamps whilst you’re in motion, so whatever you’re carrying and in all conditions, the light beam will always point in the optimum direction.

The Sahara and VX models also feature LED Daytime Running Lamps (DRLs), plus an integrated headlamp cleaning device and LED foglamps set in chrome surrounds to add extra style and further enhance visibility. While the back door garnish blends with the tail lamps to provide an added touch of sophistication on GXL, VX and Sahara models.

Wide open comfort and space inside.

Toyota LandCruiser 200The LandCruiser 200 might be tough as nails outside, but inside you’ll be treated to a luxurious expanse of creature comforts. So wherever your LandCruiser 200 takes you, you’ll always feel reassuringly removed from the rigours of the outside world. On the VX and Sahara models you’ll find steering wheel controls for audio functions along with Multi Information Display (MID), telephone and voice recognition controls to help make it an effortless journey.

From the outback to the inner city, the Satellite Navigation2 fitted on the GXL, VX and Sahara models makes it easier to reach your destination and head back home again. In the Sahara and VX, this operates via an Electro Multi Vision (EMV) system that also controls the 9-speaker audio system and the pollen filtered air conditioning with 4-zone climate control.

In Sahara, the Rear Seat Entertainment system features two 11.6" screens installed behind the driver’s and front passenger’s headrests. GXL models and up offer dualzone climate control for passengers in the front seats and additional cooler controls in the rear seats, whilst the GX has air conditioning fitted as standard.

Go where others fear to tread.

Toyota LandCruiserLandCruiser has always been ready for the toughest conditions, and the 200 Series raises its already legendary capability. The Torsen Limited Slip Differential has a front-to-rear torque distribution structure of 41:59 to ensure greater stability and control when accelerating. On slippery, uneven surfaces the CRAWL Control3 allows you to maintain a low constant speed by automatically and independently controlling both engine power and brake input to each wheel. This feature also includes Turn Assist to help manage you through the tightest of low-speed corners.

The Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) hydraulically controls the anti-roll bar and makes intelligent adjustments depending on whether greater off road wheel articulation or more competent on road handling is required. The VX and Sahara models are also fitted with a five setting Multi-Terrain Select (MTS) system that allows you to choose the specific grip assistance to match the terrain.

Take charge of the situation.

With a Smart Entry and Start system on the GXL, VX and Sahara, it’s easy to jump in and get started, even with your keys still in your pocket or bag. When reversing, the integrated Reversing
camera4 in the GXL, VX and Sahara models helps make it easier to see what’s behind. In tight spaces, Park Assist4 on the VX and Sahara models uses audible warnings to help you squeeze in and
out with ease. The Sahara is also equipped with a Multi-Terrain Monitor5 (MTM) that uses four cameras to help give you a close look at the conditions right around the vehicle.

In all models you’ll find a 12V outlet inside a small storage compartment just below the centre cluster and in Sahara models there’s also an integrated wireless charger.

Even with such an abundance of technological innovations, the 200 Series is still 100% LandCruiser tough. When faced with the steepest terrain, Hill-start Assist Control6 (HAC) will help ensure a smooth take-off and the Multi-Terrain Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) is also fitted as standard on all models. You’ll have Active Traction Control system (A-TRC) to automatically distribute the power to the tyres with the best grip while Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) automatically increases the brake force to the wheel(s) that need it most.

Power to reach further than ever before.

Toyota LandCruiser 200LandCruiser’s reputation has been built on rock solid performance and as ‘King off the Road,’ LandCruiser 200 gives you the choice of two awesome engines. The 4.6 litre V8 Petrol engine is seriously powerful, producing a massive 227kW, and combined with a maximum torque of 439Nm at 3400rpm, it pulls like a train too. It also meets strict EURO V emissions regulations to deliver improved fuel efficiency9 and performance. The 4.5 litre V8 Twin Turbo-diesel engine with intercooler and direct injection is a serious beast in its own right. Muscling up with 200kW of power and 650Nm of heavy duty torque at 1600 – 2600rpm, it delivers all the grunt you’ll ever need across this wide brown land. Whichever engine you choose, the power will be smoothly delivered by a 6-speed Super Electronic Control Automatic Transmission (ECT). It features the latest technology to improve performance and efficiency while remaining surprisingly quiet.

Tough on the outside, safe on the inside.

No matter how rough and tumble it gets the safety features are engineered to provide you with maximum protection. In the event of a collision, the safety frame and impact
absorbing structure works with the upper body reinforcement to absorb and redistribute the impact. All models feature driver and front passenger dual stage SRS airbags, knee and front side airbags for the driver and passenger, as well as curtain shield airbags for the front and second row passengers. In the GXL, VX and Sahara, full-length curtain shield airbags have been added to protect passengers in the third
row. In the VX and Sahara additional second row side airbags have also been added.

On Sahara Toyota Safety Sense delivers advanced driver assistance functions. These include Pre-Collision Safety system7 (PCS) that senses a collision is imminent and applies the brakes and tensions seatbelts. Lane Departure Alert4 (LDA) provides an audible warning should you drift out of your lane and Active Cruise Control8 (ACC) helps maintain a constant distance between you and the vehicle in front.

On Sahara there’s also a Blind Spot Monitor4 to help alert you of any vehicles in blind spots, and the Rear Cross Traffic Alert4 helps alert you of any vehicles approaching from the side when reversing out of a parking spot.

The safety features on LandCruiser 200 also do more than just help protect people. When towing, the Trailer Sway Control (TSC) uses sensors to help suppress sway triggered by various elements including wind, bumpy roads and the steering operation.


1 Automatic High Beam (AHB) is a driver assist device only and should not be used as a substitute for safe driving practices.
2 Current navigation mapping database encompasses major capital and primary national road networks and offers some coverage in regional areas. [LC200 GXL, VX and Sahara models]
3 Crawl Control with Turn Assist is a driver assist technology and should not be used as a substitute for safe driving practices. Areas into which the vehicle is driven must be visually monitored.
4 Reversing Camera/Park Assist/Rear Sensors/Blind Spot Monitor/Lane Departure Warning /Rear Cross Traffic Alert is a driver assist device only and should not be used as a substitute for safe driving practices. The area into which the vehicle is driven must be visually monitored by the driver. 5 Multi-Terrain Monitor (MTM) does not provide a comprehensive view of the area surrounding the vehicle, it is a driver assist device only and should not be used as a substitute for safe driving practices. Areas into which the vehicle is driven must be visually monitored.
6 Hill-start Assist Control (HAC) is a driver assist technology and should not be used as a substitute for safe driving practices.
7 Pre-collision Safety (PCS) is a driver assist technology and should not be used as a substitute for safe driving practices. Driver should continue to monitor the road.
8 Active Cruise Control (ACC) is a driver assist technology and should not be used as a substitute for safe driving practices. Driver should continue to monitor the road.
9 Fuel consumption varies depending on driving conditions / style, vehicle conditions and options / accessories. Source: ADR 81/02 Combined.

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