1992 Toyota Landcruiser FJ80 4.0 3FE


Love it


New T-stat

New seals in the axles

Replaced brake rotors, pads, lines and calipers

Replaced pinion seal

Replaced radiator

All over 200k miles.

General Comments:

This machine is a tank. I've always been a domestic Jeep lover for off roading, but the LC has changed my mind.

Mods that have been done:

Full 6 in suspension lift from slee off road

Custom rims with 36 inch tires

Custom built bull bar

The truck actually rides better off road due the the suspension and tires, but is still reasonable comfortable on the road. Recently drove it from California to North Carolina with out a hiccup.

Everything that has gone wrong with the truck is minor for something with that many miles. Engine just churns along as if brand new.

Upholstery needs to be redone, but that is my only complaint about it as of right now.

This is a very reliable rig that will go anywhere.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 9th March, 2008

1992 Toyota Landcruiser 4.0 Inline 6


Very reliable, very sexy, and a whole lot of truck


Alternator burnt out.

Water leak trouble.

General Comments:

This is my first car and I consider myself very lucky to have it.

I really love it's rugged good looks, and the car lives up to it on the trails.

Seats are pretty comfortable, but I can never feel as comfortable driving it as I do in my Mom's Suburban.

One thing I can say though, is while the Suburban is stuck in the driveway with mechanical problems, I'm cruising in my Cruiser.

The truck has been extremely reliable and I feel like I can always trust it.

The full-time 4WD is cool because I can drive very securely in harsh road conditions IE. heavy rain, unpaved roads, however it makes the truck pretty slow and it sucks down lots of gas. But if I cared about those things that much, I wouldn't be driving this amazing legend that is a Landcruiser.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 12th April, 2006

12th May 2007, 22:28

I wouldn't really count Heavy rain and unpaved roads as being the "harsh conditions" that the cruiser was designed for.