Reintroduction of the legendary Land Cruiser Business Grade

Reintroduced at a competitive €62,095 ex VAT
  • The Land Cruiser 5 seater Business Grade now available to order
  • Reintroduced at a competitive €62,095 ex VAT
  • Exclusive 5 seater in the N1 segment enabling VAT reclaim.

The legendary Toyota Land Cruiser five seater Business grade is now available to order with limited first arrivals in July. After a hiatus in 2018 due to taxation changes, Toyota Ireland is delighted to reintroduce the model to the market at a competitive price point of €62,095 ex VAT.

Classified in the N1 segment, the Business Land Cruiser remains the only five-seater in the segment, making it an attractive offering for customers. As a registered business, you can claim back the VAT at 23% on a Land Cruiser Business as it still retains its N1 classification and can be taxed as a commercial vehicle, subject to use from a registered business. And with an off-road heritage spanning more than 65 years, the Land Cruiser combines outstanding quality, durability and reliability with unrivalled off-road performance and even great levels of on-road comfort.

The Land Cruiser will be arriving in Ireland for customer delivery in July and is ready to go on sale immediately. Toyota Ireland expect demand to be high, and as initial supply will be limited customers are encouraged to place their orders early.

Commenting on the return of the Land Cruiser Business model, Steve Tormey, Chief Executive of Toyota Ireland said;

“The Toyota Land Cruiser is a legendary car in the Toyota line-up, known for its powerful performance and ability to tackle any terrain. It’s been a firm favourite of our Irish customers and we’re delighted to reintroduce the Business model at a competitive price point. As the only five-seater model in the N1 segment it’s a fantastic offering for customers.”

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