Toyota Land Cruiser (China)

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Don’t even think about asking me anything regarding Toyota or the content contained within this presentation. One thing I do know is that it’s no small journey. So much for that proverbial first single step. We’re driving SUVs! And although the soundtrack is repetitious, just try to enjoy a quick glance at the unknown and The Silk Road Expedition.

Addendum: A click here; a click there. Things turn up. Let’s visit Adventure Park with the Toyota Land Cruiser and Land Cruiser Prado. (Why do I get the impression this is an educational video on what a SUV is and can do?) And let us not forget that camels were a very reliable form of 4×4 transporation along the Silk Road long before the Romans had their first chariots. (You did see the camel, didn’t you?)

(But who is buying these things in China? Members of the ruling communist party who wish only prosperity and equality for China’s billions of high-income citizens? From bicycles to SUVs….)

Toyota China logo

Landcruiser graphic Prado graphic

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3 Responses to “Toyota Land Cruiser (China)”

  1. Toyota Fans' Blog Says:

    Tacoma, Land Cruiser Receives Awards From Edmunds…

    Two vehicles from Toyota had received awards and recognition from Edmunds.com’s Editors’ Most Wanted for 2006: Tacoma and Land Cruiser….

  2. SippinWhisky Says:

    “Most wanted?” Is that the same as most frequently stolen? (Just kidding.)

    Thank you for stopping by, Mark.

  3. Mark Says:

    I hope not hahah. Hmmm Edmunds should also list those most stolen vehicles thoguh. I bet Escalade will top em all. Just a thought

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