Toyota has re-introduced the Land Cruiser 78 Wagon to market. See details below.
Few offroaders have garnered as much respect as the Toyota Land Cruiser 70. Back in 2015, Toyota discontinued the Land Cruiser 78 wagon and forged on with the bakkie and station wagon derivatives.
Now though, demand for the 78 wagon has warranted its reintroduction and it joins the market with a 6-cylinder 4.2-litre diesel engine offering 96 kW and 285 Nm in conjunction with a 5-speed manual transmission and a low-range transfer case.
The Land Cruiser 78 Wagon rides on heavy-duty 16-inche steel wheels and buyers are able to choose from 2 colours including Ivory White or Sand Beige. The inclusion of rear drum brakes also improves its suitability for high-dirt operating conditions while also enhancing durability.
Toyota Land Cruiser 78 - Price in SA
Land Cruiser 78 4.2 Wagon - R716 000
The Land Cruiser 78 Wagon is sold with a 3-year/100 000km warranty and service/maintenance plans are available as an option.