2021 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition – A Proper Farewell for the Off-Road Icon

In December, Toyota announced that sales for the beloved Land Cruiser in the United States would end after 2021. That’s really a shame because the Land Cruiser has become one of the best benchmarks of what a full-sized off-road SUV can be capable of. Yes, it’s old, and yes, it’s expensive. As the saying goes, though, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

As a swan song for the Land Cruiser, Toyota has introduced the Land Cruiser Heritage Edition for the 2021 model year as a tribute to the Land Cruiser’s more than six decades of being a benchmark in the SUV world.

After spending a week with the 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition, I can sum it up right now if you don’t feel like reading the rest of this article. We’re losing one of the best off-road icons ever built, and if you have the means to do so, buy one of these Land Cruiser Heritage Editions before they’re all gone.

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S:S:L Review – 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Limited

The 2020 Hyundai Sonata is already one of the best family sedans on the market today, with a combination of killer looks and some of the best technology you can find in any car, at any price. Not content with that, Hyundai upped the Sonata’s game with the Sonata Hybrid and its fantastic hybrid powertrain, which includes a really futuristic solar roof.

The best part? Pricing for the Sonata Hybrid Blue starts at just $27,750 while our Limited trim tester tops out at a very wallet-friendly $35,300. Surely there’s a catch to get this much car for the money, right? In our eyes, there are no catches, and the Sonata Hybrid is truly a no-compromise family sedan that delivers in almost every way.

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S:S:L Review – 2020 Toyota Highlander Platinum

Toyota launched their all-new, 4th generation Highlander for the 2020 model year, and has been improved in every way over the outgoing model. The updated Highlander has more space for cargo and passengers, rides better, and has more technology than any other Highlander in Toyota’s history. The question remains – Is it enough to keep the best-selling Highlander at the top of sales charts when the competition keeps getting better and better?

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