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Toyota Land Cruiser celebrates it's 60th anniversary

The Toyota Land Cruiser has rounded off its 60th anniversary by being declared the year’s top performer in terms of residual value. Glass’s Guide has calculated Toyota’s mighty SUV has held its worth better than any other UK model in 2011, revealing that a 2008 (57 plate) 3.0-litre D-4D Invincible automatic can still command 72.2 per cent of its original on-the-road price.

The top 10 compiled for the year-end would also have included several other Land Cruiser models, had the list not been limited to the highest-ranked example from each model range.

Adrian Rushmore managing editor of Glass’s Guide, said: “The Toyota Land Cruiser has never been a victim of distress marketing by the manufacturer and this has ensured used examples have been in very limited supply. It enjoys the credentials of being a durable and reliable workhorse, an image that has endured for many years.”

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