1991 Toyota Land Cruiser
The Toyota Land Cruiser is a line of four-wheel-drive automobiles manufactured by the Japanese company Toyota, a subsidiary of the Toyota Motor Corporation. It is the model series with the longest production run for Toyota. Over ten million Land Cruisers have been sold all over the globe as of the year 2019, according to the latest estimates.
In 1951, the production of the Land Cruiser’s very first generation of vehicles got underway. There have been many different Land Cruiser body types, including a convertible, a hardtop, a station wagon, and a cab chassis. The durability and endurance of the 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser have contributed to the vehicle’s enormous appeal, particularly in Australia, where it is the body-on-frame, four-wheel-drive vehicle that sells the most units.
Performance and Fuel Economy
Flat body panels made of heavy-gauge steel and a nearly vertical glasshouse were defining characteristics of Heavy Duty versions. Because of the blistered arches that sprang from a massive center crease along the sides, there was even the impression of freestanding front wings on the vehicle. There were five different wheelbase configurations available, ranging from a short model with a measurement of 2310 millimeters to a super-long variant with a measurement of 3180 millimeters.
In the meantime, the engine range was, to put it mildly, extensive. It began with the same six-cylinder F-series petrol, four-cylinder B-series, and six-cylinder H-series diesel as the 60 Station Wagon. Still, it went on to add an inline five-cylinder diesel, V6 petrol, and a mighty turbocharged V8 direct-injection diesel. Additionally, it shared the same combination of transmissions as the 60 Station Wagon.
Design, Comfort, and Quality
Following in the footsteps of the Land Cruiser 40 Series, the Land Cruiser 70 Series was presented to the public in November 1984. The 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser underwent a complete redesign of its exterior styling and received upgrades to its ride comfort, drivability, and ease of use to cater to the growing demand for four-wheel-drive automobiles, which were increasingly being used for the transportation of passengers in addition to their traditional function as commercial automobiles.
The general appearance of the 40 Series carried over into the new style; however, the windshield now has a curved glass instead of a flat one. The interior has greater space, and the cabin’s functionality is also improved. In addition to the soft-top and van body styles, there is a van with a fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) roof. To meet the requirements of a diverse set of customers, a selection of wheelbases ranging from 2,310 millimeters to 3,180 millimeters was made available, and a chassis that could support coachwork was created specifically for the customer was also made available.
Luxury and Comfort from the ground up
With the introduction of the 80-series in 1989, Toyota began transitioning the Land Cruiser into the luxury sport utility vehicle it is today. Over the years, Toyota produced several models badged as Land Cruisers, but it wasn’t until 1989 that the Land Cruiser began to resemble what it is today. The suspension system of the 80 series replaced the leaf springs previously used with a set of coil springs. The 80 series came standard with antilock brakes, airbags, air conditioning, leather seats, and even a music player, among other creature pleasures. The primary focus was on enhancing the luxury and safety levels already present.
Ahead of its time
Compared to today’s automobiles, this may not seem like much, but back then, even something as simple as an MP3 player was considered a luxury item. The 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser was well-known for its tough, go-anywhere capabilities, and the 80 combined that trait with high levels of comfort and safety, so it was no surprise that it was a popular model. The 100 series, which arrived next in 1998, raised the ante even further by becoming the first Land Cruiser to feature a V8 engine. It was also the first automobile to have an automotive night vision system called Night View. Both of these innovations were introduced in the 100 series. The driver’s eyesight improved because of the use of several cameras and infrared lights integrated into the system.
- Height: 70.3 in
- Length: 188.2 in
- Width: 72.0 in
- Curb weight: 4,597 lbs
Engine type: Gas Inline 6, 4.0 L
Fuel tank: 25.1 g
1991 Toyota Land Cruiser Factory Service Manual
These manuals go through every aspect of how the car operates. The vehicle’s purchase price does not include the 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser Repair Manual for your Land Cruiser.
- Safety Restraints
- Before Driving
- Starting and Operating
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Customer Assistance
The service manuals for the 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser are vast and cover every aspect of the vehicle’s operation.
1991 Toyota Land Cruiser — Owner’s Manual
When consumers purchase a 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser, they get a Toyota Land Cruiser Owners Manual containing all the required information for future maintenance and modifications.
- Important Safety Instructions
- Maintenance Record
While this list is thorough, the owner’s manual for the 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser provides more operational suggestions to enhance the user experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is my ’91 Land Cruiser worth?
Between $1435-$7133, depending on the condition
How much does an old Land Cruiser weigh?
What engine is in my 1991 Land Cruiser?
Gasoline 4.0L Inline 6