I have been trying for an SUV for past 6 or so months-(this is probably my third thread asking for suggestions) but somehow circumstances have not allowed me. Now I am hopeful that my efforts will be fruitful and soon I will be the owner of my first SUV.
One vehicle that has grabbed my attention is the Land Cruiser 60 series,particularly the later models of 1988-89.I have seen good clean vehicles which have clocked only 100-150k kilometers.It is indeed a truly tough and durable vehicle.
My major concerns are:
1) It is a known fact that the LC 60 have been known to cross well above 500,000 km ..So if I get a decent,maintained one having approximately 100,000 mileage(and is 25+ years old), and spend some cash on it , can I expect it to serve me for a further 300,000-400,000 km ?
2) How much frequent and costly maintenance would be required to keep it in good condition ?
3) Will it be reliable enough to go on long,bumpy journeys keeping in mind its age?
4)What about motorway/highway performance?
5) Is it likely to have overheating issues in hot weather?
Or issues in extreme cold on northern areas in winter?
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