The Land Cruiser 80 series was unveiled in October 1989 at the Tokyo Motor Show and launched in early 1990 to replace the FJ62 in America, and other variants of the 60 series around the world. It had swing-out back doors, which were replaced by a tailgate and hatch in 1994. In America and other markets, it started off sporting Toyota's 3F engine (FJ80). For diesel markets Toyota offered a 4.2-liter turbo and non-turbo diesel options (HDJ80, HZJ80 or 81). In 1992, a more advanced gas powered 1FZ-FE, 24-valve, 4.5 L six-cylinder engine was introduced (FZJ80). 1997 was the final year of production in Japan and for sales in the United States, where Toyota offered two final variants: the Collectors Edition and the 40th Anniversary Edition. In 1998 the 80 series was replaced by the 100 series Land Cruiser, although it would continue in production in Venezuela, where it was retired in 2008. The 80 series Land Cruiser was nicknamed the Burbuja (Bubble) in Colombia and Venezuela due to its roundness.
Q: What is the top sale price of a Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series?
A: The top sale price was $136,000 for a 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80 on June 13 2021.
Q: What is the lowest sale price of a Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $6,600 for a 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ80 on September 15 2016.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series?
A: The average price of a Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series is $24,737.