There are few SUVs that have such a strong following globally as the Land Cruiser. A vehicle often associated with reliability and resale, but how does this aging platform hold up against the competition from Ford, Chevy, and RAM. We talk about the pros and cons of the 2017 - 2018 Toyota.

SavageGeese is:
Mr. Goose - Cottage Cheese Taster

BendPak is our Official Lift Provider

00:00 - 00:24 Intro
00:24 - 3:19 Exterior Impressions
3:19 - 6:15 Interior Impressions
6:15 - 9:51 In the Shoppe - Chassis and Suspension KDSS
9:51 - 15:29 Driving Impressions
15:30 - 17:30 Final Thoughts


    • Tim Haight
      Tim Haight

      4:31 Chubby Escorts sir, keep us entertained. Well done.

      about 2 days ago
    • Nobody Cares
      Nobody Cares

      *puts pedal to the metal multiple times*
      "man I'm only getting 13.5mpg and I haven't been driving it hard"

      about 6 days ago
    • savagegeese
      savagegeese In reply to Nobody Cares

      No one gets good MPG in these. Its not designed for that.

      about 5 days ago
    • alex Harley
      alex Harley

      How do u get to third row seat?

      about 7 days ago
    • FLG8R

      like the gymnastics ... love these SUV's; have a LX 570 myself. gas mileage? you know what you get when you get one of these vehicles

      about 7 days ago
    • David Gao
      David Gao

      the strip down version with better mpg is called lexus GX or land cruiser prado for the rest of the world. lol

      about 12 days ago

      My mom bought a 2005 Land Cruiser brand new, fully loaded, and she still has it to this day, 15 years later, driving it every day. 270,000 miles on tue clock. I learned to drive on that car, I’ve taken it all across California and parts of Nevada and Arizona, taken it off reading on hunting trips with my dad out in the Mojave desert. I just love that car so much.

      about 13 days ago
    • John Gaudet
      John Gaudet

      I drove a 4 Runner Limited. It was like a mini Land Cruiser.

      about 14 days ago
    • Waldemar Ishibashi
      Waldemar Ishibashi

      Mr Geese: do you know why Toyota doesn`t offer Prado (LC 150) in North America? It it narrower and offers 2.8l petrol and 2.9l diesel 4-cylinder. The millage is much better, the comfort is lower but then in comes much cheaper.

      about 14 days ago
    • John Gaudet
      John Gaudet In reply to Waldemar Ishibashi

      Its the 4 Runner here. With only a 4.0 liter.

      about 14 days ago
    • kolkat c
      kolkat c

      "tarted up" really " the Range Rover is probably the most tarted up vehicle along with the bum w x5 and merc GL and escalade among others overpriced and reliable,the cruiser and Lexus could be priced 200k and it is still underpriced for the build quality the overbuilt nature of this truck ,moron baldy white enthusiast I notice you don't use this kind of language on german and American metal,

      about 23 days ago
    • dsparke93

      These don't sell in America for one reason: price. $85K is just too much for this truck. Its the best 4X4 on the market, but its just too expensive. If they offered it at about 50-60K then it would sell very well. The problem is that it doesn't offer anything special for the price tag other than pedigree, which most people don't care about. For people to spend 85K it has to have some sort of X-factor so people can justify the high price. That said i really want one.

      about 1 month ago
    • Gplus sucks big
      Gplus sucks big

      A car to buy vs a car to lease. This ticks the first box.

      about 1 month ago
    • R Maharaj
      R Maharaj

      nice review. We have 4.5L Turbo V8 in our country.

      about 1 month ago
    • j P
      j P

      Awesome review

      about 1 month ago
    • Rob Bird
      Rob Bird small...without Turbowski 😂😂😂

      about 1 month ago
    • __

      Love the chubby escorts joke

      about 2 months ago
    • Dicky Ball
      Dicky Ball

      Outstanding presentation. You're a cross between Tony Starks, Clark Kent and Jerry Steinfeld. Meant as a compliment, of course.

      about 2 months ago
    • carlos campos
      carlos campos

      This SUV makes more sense in other countries that people use them for their off-road capability everyday. In the U.S. they're used by people that can afford them but don't take advantage of them

      about 2 months ago
    • dchawk81

      The Lexus is for people who can't stand it when people don't know they spent a lot of money for something.

      about 2 months ago
    • John Galt
      John Galt

      If God drove a car, it would be a Land Cruiser. Quit your bitching!

      about 3 months ago
    • Bryan Peterson
      Bryan Peterson

      Nice review, I just got my 2019 three weeks ago and love it. You comments about the brakes are spot on 👍. Still trying to get used to them. Gas mileage does suck, but my wife and I Have been driving under powered 4Runners since 2002 and I will take the power and torque for 5 mpg less. Good job, thanks.

      about 3 months ago
    • Vidyanand Mohabir
      Vidyanand Mohabir

      This is king in the South America! But with the v8 diesel of course. Honestly, only Toyota and Nissan can keep up in bush.

      about 3 months ago
    • jeffreythewolf

      This vehicle will be the first and last one that I drive

      about 4 months ago
    • ray ray
      ray ray

      the nissan equivalant "armada" as its named in the US killed this cars sales

      about 4 months ago
    • dafff08

      i wouldnt be too sure about the apocalypse part.
      scrapping gas for these things is pretty hard considering its gas mileage

      about 4 months ago
    • Umer khan niazi
      Umer khan niazi

      The trunk seats are electronic in arab

      about 4 months ago
    • Mark E
      Mark E

      With endorsements from both UN and every terrorist organization and the mafia chains on the planet, don't forget this Russian tycoons.

      about 4 months ago
    • Jake Stoler
      Jake Stoler

      I love this car and what it stands for, I can get over the plastics and crappy interior materials because I know it will stand the test of time. If I could afford an $85k suv, I would get this over anything else. Yes, having to stop to refuel frequently is annoying, but spending 50-100 bucks more per month literally makes no difference to people who can actually afford these. I can get over all the flaws this might have because I know it will take me anywhere I need to go and back with zero issues. Besides reliability, the notion of stealth wealth is what sets this apart from the range rovers and other 85k suvs. If you know, you know -- and that's pretty cool.

      about 4 months ago
    • Guto Fontana
      Guto Fontana

      Best LC review. Congrats

      about 4 months ago
    • navarachi095

      does he have digestion issues? Talks about poop alot. I do too, just wondering

      about 4 months ago
    • Freddy Arancibia
      Freddy Arancibia

      Ronaldo??? Huh??

      about 5 months ago