Browse our latest Toyota Land Cruiser lease deals and drive a new SUV with a great reputation for durability and reliability. It’s offered in 3- and 5-door body styles with up to 7 seats and comes with lots of equipment. Add that to its excellent off-road capabilities and a Toyota Land Cruiser lease is a great option if you need a tough vehicle for regularly tackling rough terrain and roads.
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Toyota Land Cruiser Top Features
Excellent off-road performance.
Rugged nature but plenty of modern tech.
Lots of space and seating configurations.
How Does My Toyota Land Cruiser Lease Work?
Toyota leasing lets you drive a brand-new car for less, making fixed monthly payments for 2-5 years. After that, when your deal ends, you return the car. There’s no depreciation costs or balloon payment to worry about because you’re essentially ‘renting’ the car.
All you need to do is choose your Toyota Land Cruiser lease model, your annual mileage, upfront payment and contract length. Once your contract is finalised, we’ll deliver the car for free – it couldn’t be simpler. To find out more about how contract hire works, take a look at our easy-to-understand guide to car leasing.
Why Lease A Toyota Land Cruiser?
If you need a large and practical SUV with excellent off-road capabilities then a Land Cruiser should be on your list. It’s also worth considering if dependability is essential to you because both Toyota and the Land Cruiser itself have a superb reputation for reliability.
You can also opt for a business version, where eligible companies can save up to 100% on the VAT, if you’re looking for a Toyota Land Cruiser commercial lease.
Reliable And Comfortable SUV
2.8 Litre, 4-Cylinder Engine
The Land Cruiser is a big SUV and, as you’d hope, it serves up lots of interior space. You can have up to 7 seats in the Toyota, in an array of configurations, which improves its practicality even further.
There are a lot of storage points, too, which makes the Land Cruiser easier to live with if you’re using it for work or regularly covering long distances. And, in 5-seat configuration, there’s a lot of space on offer in the boot. The only thing to remember is that the tailgate is hinged on the side, not on the top, so you need to leave a bit of room behind the Toyota if you want to swing the tailgate fully open.
Every version of the Toyota Land Cruiser has an 87-litre fuel tank, so even if you don’t get impressive economy out of it, you won’t have to stop at filling stations too regularly.
Other factors lean in the Toyota's favour, too, such as its good equipment levels. Its reliability is also a major selling point, as Land Cruisers are extremely durable and dependable. This, as well as providing good peace of mind, should help keep unexpected bills to a minimum.
Toyota Land Cruiser Lease Models Available
The Toyota Land Cruiser is a large diesel SUV with an automatic transmission and 4-wheel drive. The range starts with a 3-door, 5-seat model, which comes with plenty of standard kit, and a 5-door version with either 5 or 7 seats is also available.
The Commercial version of the Land Cruiser could be just the ticket if you are looking for something just for work-related activities and driving. It comes with less equipment as standard and costs less as a result, but it’s still a capable and tough 4x4.
Toyota Land Cruiser Trim Levels
Go for a basic Utility Commercial model of the Land Cruiser and you’ll still get cruise control, air conditioning, a DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity, and front and rear LED daytime running lights. The entry-level conventional model, the Active Grade, comes with even more kit. Standard features include climate control, cruise control, a reversing camera and parking sensors, an 8-inch touchscreen media system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
None serve up the outright toughness and durability of the Land Cruiser, though, and few can match its off-road credentials. If you need something that can hack it in the rough, the Land Cruiser’s worth putting at the top of your list.
The manual version of the Land Cruiser accelerates from 0-62mph in 11.2 seconds. The automatic model, which most will go for, accelerates from 0-62mph in a quicker 9.9 seconds.
The 3-door model, with 5 seats in place, serves up 380 litres of storage space. That’s about the same as a Ford Focus. The 5-door model, in 5-seat configuration, offers a larger 640-litre boot. Consequently, it’s the better choice if you regularly need to carry around more luggage.
The Invincible model is a high-specification version of the Land Cruiser and comes with features such as 19-inch wheels, adaptive cruise control and a premium sound system. It also has a lot of special off-road equipment. If you like technology and intend to do a lot of off-roading, it’s worth considering.
The Toyota Land Cruiser is a very reliable SUV. Toyota itself also has a good reputation for customer service, and for building durable and dependable cars, so major problems should be few and far between.
If you go for a normal Active Grade Land Cruiser, it’ll come with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, Bluetooth connectivity, USB connectivity and a DAB tuner.
Yes. Every version of the Land Cruiser is 4-wheel drive and each model comes with an array of features designed to further boost its capability on rough and slippery surfaces.
With the best prices guaranteed and no processing fees, you’re sure to get the cheapest monthly price with our Toyota Land Cruiser lease offers. Plus, we offer free 30-day returns for extra peace of mind.
The Land Cruiser’s interior might not be as eye-catching as that found in some alternatives, but it is very robust. This is good, because it means the Toyota will withstand the wear and tear resulting from the heavy-duty it’s designed for.
It’s also comfortable and, despite the Land Cruiser’s focus on rugged off-road use, you get lots of modern creature comforts as standard. The entry-level model of the normal Land Cruiser, for example, comes with climate control, cruise control, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a reversing camera.
The Toyota Land Cruiser packs a 2.8-litre 4-cylinder diesel engine, power from which is sent to all 4 wheels via an automatic transmission. It serves up a decent amount of pulling power and can accelerate the Toyota from 0-62mph in 9.9 seconds – which isn’t bad for a big heavy-duty SUV. You can get a manual model if you go for one of the commercial versions, but it will be a bit slower.
The Land Cruiser is great when you head off the beaten track, so it’s a good choice if you regularly have to drive on rough roads or across country.
Go for an Invincible model and you’ll get a lot of extra tech that’s designed to help cut down worry and keep you moving, too. Advanced off-road features include crawl control, off-road turn assist and a clever camera system that shows you what lies beneath the Land Cruiser.