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Nissan '2022

Technical data:
  • YOR:
  • 2022
  • Engine Size:
  • 5.6L
  • Gearbox:
  • Automatic
  • Fuel:
  • Petrol
  • Body Style:
  • SUV
  • Doors:
  • 4
  • Int Color:
  • Black
  • Ext Color:
  • Silver
  • Condition:
  • new
Public Info:
  • Published:
  • Nov 24, 2019
  • Updated:
  • Sep 03, 2022
  • Views:
  • 2994

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The 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser is an immense SUV with serious four-wheel-drive capability, with an off-road heritage unmatched by most rivals. It’s not exceptionally well-suited to urban or even suburban life, but that’s part of this big 4×4’s charm.

We rate it 5.4 out of 10, a score earned by a combination of its spacious interior, off-roady bits, and dismal fuel economy. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

This year, the Land Cruiser comes in two trims — base and a new Heritage Edition that drops the third row and running boards and swaps in special 18” wheels and a roof basket. Nab a Heritage Edition fast as Toyota plans to build a limited number.

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Underhood, all Land Cruisers use a thirsty but strong 381-horsepower 5.7-liter V-8 that teams with an 8-speed automatic transmission and standard four-wheel drive with a two-speed transfer case. The Cruiser’s arsenal of four-wheeling bits include a multi-mode traction control system, crawl control that allows the truck to lope along at a walking pace, and a trick system that reduces the turning radius in tight spots.

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Comfort & Quality
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6 / 10

Fuel Economy
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None of that does the 2020 Land Cruiser any favors around town, where it’s a lumbering, but quick and soft-riding beast. Its passengers will find themselves in a spacious, airy cabin not as decadent as the nearly $90,000 price tag suggests, as long as they’re not in the available third row. The cargo hold is accessed through a split tailgate that powers a section upward at the tap of a button and folds the bottom into what’s either a convenient bench for tailgating or a hefty reachover, depending on your perspective.

Every Land Cruiser comes reasonably well outfitted with active safety gear, a 9.0-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, heated and cooled front seats, and a moonroof, but don’t look for Apple or Android compatibility, a honkin’ sound system, or swanky open-pore wood trim.

2020 Toyota Land Cruiser
The 2020 Land Cruiser is hard to recommend for most shoppers who would be better suited in a Mercedes-Benz GLS or even a Range Rover, but that’s part of the non-conformist appeal that’s made the Cruiser a legend in its own time.

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2020 Toyota Land Cruiser
With its retro bits in full force this year, the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser tries to channel its rugged past.
The big 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser takes up more space than just about anything in Toyota’s lineup short of its full-size pickups, and it has looks to match. It’s curvy and chromey, and not for everyone, but we can appreciate its high stance and short overhangs.

On our scale, the 2020 Land Cruiser lands at 5 out of 10. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

The Land Cruiser was designed for serious four-wheeling, which helps explain its short bumpers and high ride height. The standard running boards make it easier to get into or out of, but pro tip: they look even better when they’ve been removed.

2020 Toyota Land Cruiser
Up front, the enormous chrome grille hides cameras and active safety gear, and is flanked by LED headlights, and yet it looks a lot like the 1991 Cruiser. The rear tailgate drops down to make a nice bench for tailgating.

Inside, the dash is dominated by a 9.0-inch touchscreen with a reasonably bright display. The black leather pairs with a black headliner to make this big cabin feel small, so we’d pick the warmer brown hue.

This year’s new Heritage Edition adds bronze-finish forged wheels, deletes the running boards, tweaks some exterior finishes, and adds a roof basket that may require a ladder to access.

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Read more expert review breakdowns: Styling, Performance, Comfort & Quality, Safety, Features, Fuel Economy
2020 Toyota Land Cruiser
The 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser is seriously capable, if cumbersome in town.
There’s nowhere the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser would rather be than out exploring, even if its next adventure is a paved parking lot.

We rate the Land Cruiser at 6 out of 10, with points above average awarded for its prodigious capability and plush ride, with a point dialed back for its big-truck handling. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

The 5.7-liter V-8 is rated at 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque and furnishes strong acceleration, easily overcoming the nearly 6,000-pound curb weight. The 8-speed automatic transmission behaves well in many situations but is programmed to shift up with a quickness to save fuel. We’d forgive that if it actually had an impact on reducing consumption. The Cruiser is exceptionally thirsty.

2020 Toyota Land Cruiser
The Land Cruiser makes use of a trucky solid rear axle and separate ladder frame, which pay dividends in off-road ability and towing and help give the 4×4 a soft ride. Compared to unibody rivals such as the Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class, however, the Cruiser porpoises around on winding roads. The limited feedback provided by the light steering hardly helps, either. A trick suspension that pairs gigantic anti-roll bars that push down on the wheels in hard cornering helps alleviate the situation somewhat, and the system is tuned to allow for even more off-road articulation at slow speeds.

It’s away from the city where the Cruiser is at its best, either as an open-road guzzler or a four-wheeling champ. High-tech off-road traction control modes and a system that grabs the inside brake to reduce the turning radius at ultra-low speeds make it far more plucky than its hefty would otherwise suggest. The few who will go on dirt road adventures in their $87,000 SUVs are to be applauded.

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The iconic Nissan Patrol is set to get another boost with the arrival of its biggest facelift since this generation went on sale in 2013.

The Nissan Patrol has been given a major makeover with a bold new look, advanced safety technology, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto the headline acts.

The 2020 Nissan Patrol was unveiled in the Middle East overnight – its biggest market – and it will be in Australian showrooms by the end of this year.

This is the second facelift since the model went on sale in 2013; the previous update arrived in 2017.

It is expected there will still only be two models – the Ti and Ti-L – when the car arrives in Australia.

However, both are likely to come with the full suite of advanced safety aids, such as autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection, as well as blind zone warning and rear cross-traffic alert.

The advanced safety package is currently only available on the Ti-L, and does not include pedestrian detection.

The 2020 Nissan Patrol cabin gains a much larger central infotainment screen that now supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring connectivity.

Nissan claims there are “significant reductions” in noise and vibration being transmitted into the cabin, and the air-conditioning has been optimised for “improved air flow and quicker cooling”.

The newly-designed headlights and tail-lights are distinguished by a new “boomerang” signature LED accent, and help to identify the Patrol from a distance at night.

While there is still no diesel option, the updated Patrol is expected to deliver Nissan another sales boost in Australia. The car’s 298kW/560Nm 5.6-litre V8 petrol engine and seven-speed auto remain unchanged.

This generation Nissan Patrol got off to a slow start when it was launched in 2013, but it has hit a sweet spot over the past two years, finding a growing number of buyers.

Sales so far this year are up by a staggering 47 per cent to 1356, while at the same time the Nissan brand overall is down by 12 per cent year-to-date.

And that’s on the back of a 37 per cent sales increase for the Nissan Patrol last year, with the SUV managing 1259 sales in 2018 compared to 916 in 2017.

In other words, Nissan has gone from selling about 100 Patrols a month to about 165 per month in the space of three years.

Now that Toyota has discontinued the petrol V8 LandCruiser, the Nissan Patrol almost has the sub-$100,000 petrol V8 four-wheel-drive market to itself.

The Nissan Patrol outsells the Lexus LX by three-to-one. However, for every Nissan Patrol sold Toyota sells seven LandCruisers.

Nevertheless, the Patrol has a growing fan base. Each model is at least $10,000 cheaper than the equivalent LandCruiser, which buyers justify as being able to buy a lot of petrol.

A 140-litre tank means the Nissan Patrol is capable of travelling more than 1000km between refills when not towing.

Australian details for the 2020 Nissan Patrol are yet to be revealed however chances are prices will rise.

The Nissan Patrol currently costs $72,880 plus on-roads for the Ti and $89,880 for the Ti-L. This calculates out to about $80,000 drive-away and $98,000 drive-away for each model respectively on Nissan’s website, although CarAdvice has been told actual transaction prices are much lower than this by the time buyers sign on the dotted line.

But there are warning signs a price rise could be on the way. The cost of the Nissan Patrol has been creeping up since July 2015, when the RRP was slashed by up to $27,500 to $69,990 plus on-roads for the Ti and $86,990 plus on-roads for the Ti-L.

Nissan Australia didn’t offer any extra detail on the new Patrol, but CarAdvice has been told it will be here before the summer holidays.

Nissan has sold 1.9 million Patrol vehicles globally since 1951, compared to 10 million Toyota LandCruisers since 1954, however it still has a loyal fan base.

“The Patrol is one of our longest-standing and most cherished models, with a long and proud heritage,” said Joni Paiva, regional vice president of the Africa, Middle East and India region at Nissan, in a media statement.

“The new Nissan Patrol represents the peak of luxury and ultimate capability and will continue to provide authentic experiences to its loyal customers in the Middle East and around the world.”

  • Number of seats  7
  • Parking sensors  front and rear
  • Interior design  full leather
  • Climate control  automatic air conditioning
  • Tuner/radio
  • Sunroof
  • Start-stop system
  • Ski bag
  • Rain sensor
  • Navigation system
  • Hands-free kit
  • Electric windows
  • Electric heated seats
  • CD player
  • Panoramic roof
  • Alloy wheels
  • Xenon headlights
  • Four wheel drive
  • Fog lamp
  • Daytime running lights
  • ABS

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