Toyota Land Cruiser interior features

This Toyota features a well designed cabin with quality materials, but many competitors have a higher level of interior design. With its large, comfortable first-and second row seats, the Land Cruiser will please most people, even if its third row is tight. The entire freight space is also prevented by its design; rather than flat on the floor it folds to the side.
The three ranks of Land Cruiser can accommodate up to eight people. The first two rows for adults are comfortable and spacious enough and the second row slides and sits down to provide extra space. The third row space is quite narrow.

Standard are leather upholstery, a 10-way driver's driver's seat, heated and ventilated front seats, a second-row seat heating and a heated and leather-packed steering wheel.
On the second-row outboard seat and on the second-row middle seat there are only a upper tether. There are two different LATCH car seat connectors.

The Land Cruiser's default features include automatic four-zone air conditioning, 14-speaker JBL premium audio, 9'' Touch Screen, navigation, HD radio, satellite radio, Siri Eyes Free and Entune apps, Bluetooth, a USB port and wireless charging. The standard infotainment system is simple to use, but it is not as pleasant as some of its competitors.
This Toyota comes with more driver support technology than most of the competition.



Each model includes a multi-view parking camera, lane starter, automatic high beams, forward-crash collision warning, foot detection and automated emergency braking. Each model has an adaptive cruising control system, blind point monitoring, backward-cross road alert.
Behind the third-row seats there are 16.1 cubic feet of cargo space. The second line is up to 43 cubic feet, or 81.7 cubic feet when both lines are folded. These numbers are respectable for the class, but reviewers note that the design of the third-row seats hinders cargo space. After pliing flat, they fold to the cabin sides. A power liftgate is standard.

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