Toyota's Invincible Land Cruiser gets £2500 of extra kit for £500 premium
22 May 2007

Toyota's latest special edition Land Cruiser SUV clearly isn't a bird or a plane, but it does have a name worthy of the caped crusader. It's called the Land Cruiser Invincible – and that's not all that makes it super (yawn).Based on the range-topping, eight-seater 3.0-litre D-4D LC5 model, the Invincible gets £2500 of extra equipment, including a DVD-player with two headrest-mounted screens, satellite navigation and heated front seats. But you'll pay only £38,495 for this option-packed behemoth – just £500 more than the LC5. Holy heavy-loaded equipment lists, Batman! (groan)So can it drive up walls or vault buildings in a single bound? With only 173bhp under the bonnet, almost certainly not. The best you could hope for is that, capable of 108mph, it might just be faster than a speeding train. Assuming you pick the right train.

Our Verdict

Toyota Land Cruiser

The Toyota Land Cruiser is capable, but its rugged nature is better suited to Africa than the UK

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