CAR OT Should I buy a 100/200 Series Lexus Land Cruiser or a GX470/GX460?

CPTMULLET

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Jun 30, 2008
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I volunteer at a bunch of car races every year, would like to be able to do sweep. We dispersed car camp a lot, and I'm ready for something more comfortable/reliable than my clapped out old subaru.
Would also like to be able to tow a camper/small boat eventually

100 series:
200 series:


GX470:
a pre modded one?

GX460:
 

Jim Lahey

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Sep 23, 2003
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There's a clean looking 100 series I see each time I come into my neighborhood, I want to ask the owner the miles and price
 
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CPTMULLET

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There's a clean looking 100 series I see each time I come into my neighborhood, I want to ask the owner the miles and price
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CPTMULLET

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the lexus 200 series is also way more expensive to add bumpers/sliders to compared to the other 3, which would be a bummer
 

couchlock

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if u want shit MPG and Toyota reliability, u should just buy a 4x4 Sequoia at 1/4 the price, u arent going to come close needing the capabilities of a full on landcruiser

the prices are just too retard strength level on LCs and their variants and i cant justify paying $25K for a 20 year old truck with 200K on it to drive to the mall and the occasional groomed forest road
 

couchlock

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for example, this truck will do everything u need and more

$3000 bucks vs $25,000

 
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zedekias

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for example, this truck will do everything u need and more

$3000 bucks vs $25,000

As a 2010 sequoia owner I don't disagree. I've taken it on some pretty gnarly trails too. It's capable enough for 95% of trails out there.

Although I think a used 460 might be my next vehicle. :o
 
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CPTMULLET

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As a 2010 sequoia owner I don't disagree. I've taken it on some pretty gnarly trails too. It's capable enough for 95% of trails out there.

Although I think a used 460 might be my next vehicle. :o
I haven't been in a 2nd gen sequoia, are they considerably nicer inside than gen1?
 

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