Toyota Dual Cab Landcruiser

There’s no doubt that demand for a dual cab Landcruiser has been around for years and it seems strange that, despite the popularity of dual cab 4×4 utes and growing demand for something similar in the their bigger 4WD range , Toyota left a dual cab out of the 70-Series lineup.

But now Toyota has finally got its act together and given in to demand from the mining industry and produced a dual cab 70-Series Landcruiser and Australia is going the first market in the world to  get the model.

The new Toyota dual cab 70-Series Landcruiser … designated the L79 … will come in two grades … the Workmate and the GXL.

Both the dual cab Workmate and the dual cab GXL will be powered by the same 4.5-litre turbo-diesel V8 that is standard across the L70 range. This engine features common-rail direct injection and an intercooler and it develops 151kW of power at 3,400rpm.

The diesel V8 is coupled to a five-speed manual box. As with others in the 70-Series the dual cab version will have part-time 4WD and a two-speed transfer case.

The Toyota dual cab Landcruiser will carry 5 adults and a one-tonne payload.

Anti-skid braking is available on both versions and other refinements include BluetoothTM , audio streaming and voice-recognition phone and audio.

The dual cab Workmate will ride on 16-inch steel rims and be fitted with aluminium side steps, vinyl upholstery and floor mats. Diff locks will be an optional extra.

Prices for the Workmate will start at $63,990.

The Toyota dual cab Landcruiser GXL will ride on 16-inch alloy wheels and wheel-flares, remote central locking, diff locks, fog lamps, power windows, carpent and cloth seats will be standard.

Prices for the GXL will start at $67,990.

Toyota Dual Cab Landcruiser
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