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TMR Team | Jun, 19 2013 | 3 Comments

Toyota's run of Altitude models continues this week with the return of the kitted-up LandCruiser, back in showrooms nearly a year since its last appearance.

As before, the LandCruiser Altitude comes with additional features, boosting value over the GXL model it's based on. Toyota says it has added more than $5000 in features, while the price is up by $1700 over the GXL.

Features in the Altitude are drawn from the higher-grade VX and Sahara models, including a black leather-accented cabin with a 'premium' steering wheel and gear knob.

There's also premium paint and 18-inch five-spoke wheels.

Driver and front passenger seats are fully power adjustable, including electric lumbar adjustment for the driver's seat. There's also a cooler box in the centre console.

There's a 6.1 inch display with satellite navigation and a reversing camera, and like all LandCruiser models, there's also Multi-Terrain ABS, Toyota's CRAWL off-road cruise control system and Trailer Sway Control.

Eight airbags are standard, and a 5-Star ANCAP safety rating applies.

Offered with Toyota's 195kW twin-turbo V8 diesel and automatic transmission, the LandCruiser Altitude is priced at $92,165 plus on-roads.

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