Here’s Why the 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser 300-Series Should Be Sold in America



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2022 Toyota Land Cruiser 300 review! The 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser 300 is an excellent full-size SUV — and it should be sold in the USA. Today I’m reviewing the new Land Cruiser and I’ll show you around the 300-Series Land Cruiser. I’m also going to drive the new 300-Series Land Cruiser and talk about why I wish we were getting it in the US.

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28 thoughts on “Here’s Why the 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser 300-Series Should Be Sold in America”

  1. Well stop complaining why lc stop selling in usa, look at the figures of last ten years, the company is in loss in usa, they don't wanna risk one more time. Range rovers and bmws has snached the market from lc.

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  2. Literally the place that created the luxury suv market. I would love to know why Toyota lost confidence in the land cruiser. If the new land cruiser is pulled from the us market I assume that it isn’t any good. Any good suv would sell good in USA.

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  3. How did you find the rear window visibility?
    I ask because the first thing I noticed when you began your test drive was all of the headrests…issue, or not really?

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  4. Toyota should sell the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 to compete with other models, example Nissan Armada. The Nissan Armada has good sales in the USA for its price. So if Toyota adjusts its price, it will outperform its competitors.

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  5. It will be hard making sales against the GM big boys Escalade and Yukon Denali. Only the LX600 can compete. In America it's not reliability but status that reigns Supreme.

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  6. They should bring back the Land Cruiser, but they should also bring over the lower end models sold overseas. They should also bring back the V8 and bring the diesel engine over to the states.

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  7. Toyota USA: We're not going to sell you the new Land cruiser.

    Ford Japan: we're not going to sell you the new Bronco. As a matter of fact, we're not going to sell you anything!😜

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  8. The waiting period for the new Land cruiser runs up to 4 years.With the chip shortage,they seem unable to increase production. They have postponed the launch in many countries.

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  9. IDK how easier you want that 3rd row access, it always does not have to be a button. My 3, 4, and 6 Y/o kids have no issue whatsoever.

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  10. MB sold Sprinters circumventing the Chicken Tax in the USA for decades for a 6.5% increase in price. I dont accept that Toyota couldnt do similar and supply the US with Land Cruisers of various trims versus JUST the maxed out version. We have 10x the population than AUS and similar countries that get allll the models. US always gets left in the cold.

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  11. I'm amused how a LC is not sold in North America but can be imported temporarily to America. Have a America company armour it, sent back out to 3rd world Arab nation that's is probably going to bash America and it's culture in some way 🤔….am I missing something here!!!

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  12. Toyota is to blame for the LC not selling in the US. I’ve never once seen any sort of ad campaign for the LC. Toyota should have marketed it as THE KING of SUV’s like it is regarded everywhere else in the world. But, Instead they just treated it like it was just an afterthought. If you told American’s “this is the most capable SUV on the planet & is driven by royalty across the globe” people would line up to buy it. That’s how American buyers operate. But, Toyota is lazy & it’s killing them as a brand. Just look at the Sequoia for proof of their laziness…it is still the same vehicle inside as the 2 generation ago Tundra. How does that happen???

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