1995 Toyota Land Cruiser

  • 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser Base Sport Utility

    Base Sport Utility

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1995 Toyota Land Cruiser Review

Considered one of the most reliable and comfortable SUV options on the market.

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When the sport utility vehicle (SUV) boom came into its own, the Toyota Land Cruiser certainly lived up to the hype. While not the most luxurious SUV option, it is one of the most reliable and diverse vehicles of its class. Used car buyers can look forward to a SUV that has earned a good reputation among its owners and rarely requires a great deal of repairs or replacements, especially when the vehicle is properly cared for. Overall, it is a good choice for anyone looking for a reliable SUV.

The Range

Body style: SUV
Engines: 4.5-liter six-cylinder
Transmissions: four-speed automatic
Models: Toyota Land Cruiser

What's New

The 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser features a revised grille with the Toyota logo as opposed to the traditional nameplate featured in previous model years. It also featured a redesigned dash complete with airbags. In terms of safety, it's equipped with ABS.


The 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser features a simple design, somewhat boxy design. The Toyota logo decorates the grille. The Land Cruiser features 16-inch wheels and sturdy tires. This SUV features rugged good looks and plenty of character on or off the road.


The 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser is relatively utilitarian with plenty of space and lots of standard features. The front seat features bucket styled seats and cloth upholstery. It also has cruise control, power steering, and air-conditioning. Standard features also include power accessories. It also featured some optional features including moon roof and camper or towing packages. Leather upholstery and alloy wheels were offered as optional extras as well.

Performance & Handling

Like so many of Toyota’s other products, the 1995 Land Cruiser is most famous for its reliability and nice driving features. It offers plenty of power from its 4.5-liter, six-cylinder engine. It provides 212 hp and 275 lb-ft of torque. With the four-speed automatic transmission, it is more than equipped to meet the driver’s needs on the road or off. Unlike some its competitors, it is made to be driven off road. As with most SUVs, the fuel economy is not very impressive. Drivers will spend a lot of time filling up as it offers 12/14 mpg city/highway.


The 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser is equipped with plenty of safety features to entice the used car buyer. It has power brakes, four-wheel ABS, and driver and passenger airbags. Skid plates are also standard equipment on this SUV.

EPA Fuel Economy

Toyota Land Cruiser: 12/14 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Powerful engine
  • Reliable powertrain
  • Comfortable interior

You Won't Like

  • Common alternator problems
  • Fuel economy

Sum Up

Considered one of the most reliable and comfortable SUV options on the market.

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