2021 Toyota Land Cruiser Adds Third-Row to Heritage Edition Trim
The old-school chassis-body SUV also remains unchanged. The only significant difference for 2021 is that the Heritage Edition now has the option of a third row of seats and two new exterior colors: Classic Silver Metallic and Magnetic Gray Metallic join Midnight Black Metallic and Blizzard Pearl. All Heritage Edition cars come with a set of 18 inch rims in the BBS look.
The engine of this gigantic SUV is the same 5.7-liter V8 as before and again produces 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. Likewise, the Land Cruiser’s hydraulically operated stabilizer bars (known as the Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System in Toyota parlance), hill descent control, multi-terrain selection, and the Torsen locking center differential are still there – without any change – to take you anywhere anytime.
The Land Cruiser also comes with a lane departure warning, automatic high beams, and blind spot monitoring (among a few other perks). Unfortunately, the Land Cruiser still doesn’t have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, but it does have a 14-speaker JBL sound system and a wireless charger for your smartphone.
Prices for the Land Cruiser and Heritage Edition increase by $ 100 for 2021. The standard Land Cruiser now rings at $ 86.84, while the Heritage Edition carries a price of $ 89,170. Expect to pay a bit more to add a third row to this latest version.