One of the most popular choices for a touring or work vehicle is the Toyota Landcruiser due to it’s proven reliability, simplicity and ruggedness.
The 70 series Landcruiser is a common choice thanks to plenty of practical storage and a large payload when setup correctly. One of the biggest complaints from 70 series owners is the lack of ride comfort.
Wagon variants of the Toyota Landcruiser such as the 80, 105 & 200 series are also popular touring vehicles due to their comfortable coil sprung suspension and off-road ability. The biggest downfall of these wagons is the lack of storage space and available payload.
Best Of Both Worlds
When fitted with a coil conversion the 70 series Landcruiser is the perfect combination. It becomes a vehicle with reliable running gear, plenty of storage, a large payload, corrected wheel track & now the comfort of coil sprung rear suspension.
This modification can be installed on the whole range of 70 series Landcruiser’s from 2007 onwards including the 76 series wagon, 78 series troopy, 79 series single cab & 79 series dual cab.