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#32 of 72 Re: Thread taken over by Toyota car salemen [steve_]
Nov 28, 2007 (11:49 pm)
I am with Steve, I did not post for a long time prior of buying the 2003 Toyota Land Cruiser. But I did a lot of research here at Edmunds and was not disappointed .
Last year I sold the LC and bought an 2006 Lexus LX470, once again the Edmunds site was extremely valuable in making my decision.
Actually, I should have address this to graylc I press the wrong
reply , my bad.
And once I will read the many post this website has to offer before I spend my hard earn dollars on my next SUV.
These are merely opinions and can be taken any which way.
There are many many individuals in this site that I trust them
enough to make a 70k plus purchase without any reservation.
One more thing I do not work for anyone , I am retired.
#36 of 72 Re: Thread taken over by Toyota car salemen [graylc]
Nov 29, 2007 (7:12 pm)
No, as more cruisers become available, more are getting sold and more of us are posting. It's pretty arrogant of you to think that if I disagree with you, my opinion has no validity and must be a plant. If I spend SEVENTY THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS on a vehicle, I'd better well love it, and I do. I've been lurking here for a year trying to get info on this car, waiting for it to come out, and wanted to be the one of the first to post my opinion because I am one of the first to actually own this new vehicle. If you think this car is wrong for you, say so and don't buy it, but don't be so arrogant as to think that you have the only true and correct outlook. Sheesh.
#37 of 72 Overpriced Mommy mobile; a plain vanilla egg
Nov 29, 2007 (8:59 pm)
To my eye and that of many other longtime Landcruiser owners, repeat owners,
this is the most BlandCruiser Toyota has ever produced.
Repeat; plain, no character, no personality, no individuality; nada, niente,
Of course anyone who just paid 70K on this whaa? mobile will say it is the neatest thing since they had their first date, I would expect no more. No one is going to buy any vehicle and then turn around and say they hate it, cause it was them who just bought it, Duhhh.
Even when their neighbors watch them pass by and say; "Hi George, see you got a new Sequoia--", they will not accept the fact that they jumped too soon. It will absolutely not be recognized as a Landcruiser, until it is close enough for someone to read the badging, that is if they even notice.
I'm 100% sure it has happened already; "so, what you got there, a new uhh Highlander?"
I'm waiting a few years for the redo.
#38 of 72 Re: Overpriced Mommy mobile; a plain vanilla egg [graylc]
Nov 30, 2007 (9:24 am)
You are 100% correct about ONLY one thing. A lot of people have commented on my car. None have been in that vein.
You are not the only previous Landcruiser owner here.
Sounds like you might need a bright yellow mustang w/ 22's to be noticed like you want to be.
#39 of 72 Re: Overpriced Mommy mobile; a plain vanilla egg [toyotamike]
Dec 02, 2007 (8:43 pm)
Wow... i thought this was a thread on first impressions of the 2008 LC...getting way too heavy for me....
#40 of 72 Re: Overpriced Mommy mobile; a plain vanilla egg [pjc1]
Dec 03, 2007 (6:43 am)
We take our LC / LX very serious , but you could try ih8mud.com instead.
#41 of 72 Re: Overpriced Mommy mobile; a plain vanilla egg [luckylou]
Dec 04, 2007 (10:50 pm)
Have any of you seen the new Sequoia yet? Yikes!!!!
Much like graylc, I've owned LCs for many years and think that they're the best vehicles on the road, but..........I just need more time to see how this latest version plays out. I went through the same thing when I transitioned from my 80 to the 100 series--I still miss the sound of diffs and tcase whirring which was "removed" from the 80 by sound deadening material. In fact, it took me a few months with the 100 before I let my 80 go.
Honestly, the styling is not inspiring or exciting, but then again, some may have felt or still feel the same way about the 100 v the 80 v the 60 v the 55 etc, etc.
Maybe we were all expecting something that was as radical as the current RR? I'm not thinking of one until MY 2010 anyway.
Sheesh, how come Toyota doesn't consult with us? Oh, suspension mods should be easier than on the 100 as I think much of it is similar to the Tundra?