New Toyota Land Cruiser Gets a Monstrous Price Hike

Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) debuted the new Land Cruiser in Pakistan last month at a monstrous price tag of Rs. 72.50 million. It is a full-size, completely built-up (CBU) luxury SUV that competes with Range Rover, Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon, and similar SUVs.

Like its completely knocked down (CKD) counterparts, Land Cruiser has also fallen prey to the depreciating local currency and rising shipping costs, which have led to a price hike of Rs. 7.5 million.

Effective immediately, the new price of the Land Cruiser is:

Old Price (PKR) 72,499,000
Revised Price (PKR) 79,999,000
Increase (PKR) 7,500,000
Booking Amount (PKR) 30,000,000
Delivery Time (Months) 6 t0 7


Although Land Cruiser 300 looks the same as its predecessor, it has several changes under the skin. Toyota has retired the 5.7-liter V8 engine in favor of smaller, more fuel-efficient, more environment-friendly, and more powerful turbocharged V6 engines.

In Pakistan, Land Cruiser has only one variant. It features a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 petrol engine that makes 409 horsepower (hp) and 650 Newton-meters (Nm) of torque, which it sends to all four wheels via a 10-speed automatic gearbox.

It is also loaded with modern features such as:

Safety Convenience
13 Airbags Parking Sensors
ABS Brakes Adaptive Cruise Control
Immobilizer System Lane Keeping Assist
Hill Start Assist Automatic Headlights
Hill Descent Control Powered Tailgate
Active Traction and Stability Control Sunroof
Lane Departure Warning Heated and Ventilated Front Seats
Forward Collision Warning 4-Zone Climate Control
Road Sign Assist 12.3″ LCD-Based Infotainment System and Fully Digital Instrument Cluster
Multi-Terrain Monitor Keyless Entry and Go
Multi-View Camera Steering-Mounted Multi-Media Control Switches

For most people in Pakistan, Land Cruiser 300 is an unobtainable commodity due to its gargantuan price. However, for people with enough purchasing power, it is a great addition to their 5-to-8 car garage.

  • I wish I get that.😞
    But one day I’ll, In Sha Allah.
    I believe on ALLAH.

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