Pre-Owned 1993 ToyotaLand Cruiser

      Exterior Color
      Interior Color
      Fuel Economy
      12/15 MPG City/Hwy
      4 Speed Automatic
      1FZ IL 6
      Stock Number
      Toyota Land Cruiser

      Detailed Specifications

      • Air conditioning
      • Driver door bin
      • Passenger door bin
      • Passenger vanity mirror
      • Power windows
      • Speed control
      • Tilt steering wheel
      • Front anti-roll bar
      • Power steering
      • Rear anti-roll bar
      • Rear tires: 275/70SR16.0
      • AM/FM radio
      • Cassette
      • Front seats: bucket
      • Cylinder configuration: V-8
      • Drive type: four-wheel
      • Engine liters: 4.5
      • Engine location: front
      • Fuel economy city: 12mpg
      • Fuel economy highway: 15mpg
      • Fuel tank capacity: 25.1gal.
      • Horsepower: 212hp @ RPM
      • Limited slip differential: mechanical
      • Number of valves: 32
      • Recommended fuel: Regular Unleaded
      • Torque: 275 lb.-ft. @ RPM
      • Transmission: 4 speed automatic
      • Bumpers: chrome
      • Power door mirrors
      • Skid plates
      • Engine displacement: 4.5 L
      • Engine horsepower: 212hp @ RPM
      • Engine torque: 275 lb.-ft. @ RPM
      • Exterior body width: 1,930mm (76.0")
      • Exterior height: 1,859mm (73.2")
      • Exterior length: 4,780mm (188.2")
      • Wheelbase: 2,850mm (112.2")
      • Rear window defroster
      • Rear window wiper
      • Tachometer
      • Variably intermittent wipers
      • Voltmeter

      Dealer Notes

      Sierra Classics Imports is proud to present this very well kept 1993 Toyota Land Cruiser to the market. The Land Cruisers have always been know for their excellent off-roading capabilities and the FJ80 is no exception. In 1993 Toyota started out fitting their Land Cruisers with the 1FZ power plant and this one is paired to the A442F 4 speed automatic transmission. The FJ comes finished in red with grey interior. If you have any questions give us a call! Consumer Reviews

      Kelley Blue Book -
      Overall4.8Out of 5
      • Why doesn't anyone make them like this?

        By GB on Saturday, February 08, 2014

        Excellent excellent excellent. Other than gas mileage I don't have a single complaint. I bought it used with 60,000 miles (a new one would have been cost prohibitive for me) and have only had to replace the typical wear-out items, tires, shocks, windshield due to rock chips, a couple of hoses...and a radiator and bumper because my teenager rear-ended another car. No timing chain or belt to worry about - they are gears. No CV Boots to tear, they don't have them. I drive 65% hwy/35% city and get a consistent 15mpg, nothing to brag about but did I mention I have 270,000 miles and still going strong with no rattles from anywhere - not even the interior. My vehicle is completely stock with all options, anti-lock breaks, locking differentials, moon-roof, rack, leather interior. I have never been stuck in my landcruiser, whether it be snow, sand, mud, it always pulls me through. I will never get rid of it because I haven't seen another vehicle as reliable or versatile on the road, although i do wish it got better mpg. Toyota has demonstrated to the rest of the car world how they all should be built. If you know of one that can compare, let me know! I haven't seen one yet.
      • A mountain goat crossed with a buffalo.

        By D. Smith on Saturday, September 12, 2020

        I, through the many years, have owned or driven nearly every off-road/all terrain vehicle on the planet, including military hummers, jeeps, trucks, apc's, fuel, 5-ton, 2 1/2-ton, loaders, ect. With a few exceptions of course, I rate this vehicle as one of the most durable, most reliable and most dependable 4x4 in its class. Top 5 in all 4x4 classes worldwide. What it sacrifices in fuel economy is offset by its staunch ability to go places not meant to travel. Whether jungle terrain, the outback, the badlands, southern swamps, or The Rockies, with a few upgrades and a determined, knowledgable mindset, you'll find this vehicle seems to relish the challenge; a conquerer of dirt, sand, mud and rock.
      • Buy one and drive it forever

        By Eighties Porsche 911 nut on Wednesday, January 09, 2019

        What I love about the air cooled eighties Porsche 911 is the reliability and ease to work on. I bought the 1994 Land Cruiser from original owner after owning 1989 Range Rover years ago. I was considering 2005 Cayenne Turbo before bying the Toyota Land Cruiser. I chose the reliable, super rugged, capable and ugly Land Cruiser. I am Army Veteran from EU country and I was always amazed to see Toyota trucks performing flawlessly around the world! Buy it! Love it!


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