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    Default surf 1990-1995 or Land Cruiser 1990-1995

    which is more efficient in all aspects.....?

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    efficient in diesel and acceleration? Surf...
    comfort and leg room and road grip? ..LC
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    1990 to 1995 there R 2 Generations of Surf & LC in this period of comparison. (I M sure U mean Prado)

    Lets take 1995 Surf & 1995 Prado, Hashim Bahi compared very rightly. I would like to add 2 things:

    1: Surf is Part Time 4X4 & LC Prado Full Time.

    2: Surf SSR-G has an advantage of ECT (Electronic Control Transmission) & Hard Shock Option.
    It would "go places where tankers quit and birds would go back exhausted." *****Willys MB*****

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