The ‘old-fashioned’ Toyota Land Cruiser is also sold out: Selling nearly 14,000 umbrellas launched nearly 40 years

The old Toyota Land Cruiser is also sold out: Selling nearly 14,000 umbrellas launched nearly 40 years - Photo 1.

Toyota Land Cruiser 70 has SUV, pickup and military vehicle versions – Photo: Drive

The above case happened in Australia – a rare country where Toyota continues to assemble the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series generation, because users here still have a great buying demand.

This version hit the global market 38 years ago in 1984.

Compared to any car on the market today or even 1-2 decades ago, the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 is much simpler in equipment, but makes up for it with off-road performance and durability. It also increases thanks to that.

However, the shortage of components also makes it impossible for Toyota to assemble the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 orders to meet the needs of buyers in the region – which is at the “highest level in history”, although the exact number is unknown. corpse.

The old Toyota Land Cruiser is also sold out: Selling nearly 14,000 umbrellas launched nearly 40 years - Photo 2.

Good off-road ability and unbelievable durability are two factors that make the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 especially popular in Australia, which is a country with extremely difficult terrain outside the city – Photo: Drive

In Australia, the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 is so popular that in the middle of this year the company announced an upgrade for this classic SUV with a series of new safety equipment such as automatic emergency braking with pedestrian recognition and pedestrian detection. ride the motorbike around while increasing the vehicle load.

In 2021, the reference sales of Toyota Land Cruiser 70 in Australia is 13,900 vehicles – an unbelievable number for a model nearly 40 years old.

According to a Toyota Australia dealer shared with the newspaper CarExpert In this country, the queue to buy Toyota Land Cruiser 70 has also been on par with Land Cruiser 300 in the region at 3 to 4 years, but Toyota denied the above information.

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