Toyota Land Cruiser LC300 faced this problem, the company recalled the vehicles in the Indian market

Toyota Land Cruiser LC300: Toyota has revealed that no cases have been registered related to the affected part of the recalled Land Cruiser. The company said its representatives will personally contact customers as part of the recall campaign. Alternatively, customers can contact their nearest Toyota dealer to resolve any concerns.

Feb 23, 2024 - 14:19
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Toyota Land Cruiser LC300 faced this problem, the company recalled the vehicles in the Indian market

The Land Cruiser LC300 luxury SUV has been recalled by Toyota India. In a statement, Toyota stated that 269 units have been recalled to update the Land Cruiser LC300's automatic gearbox ECU.

According to the company, only those models that were produced between February 12, 2021, and February 1, 2023, are covered by this recall. Let us know about the complete news.

To reprogram the 10-speed automatic gearbox on the upscale SUV, owners of Toyota Land Cruiser LC300s are essentially required to bring their vehicles back to service stations. The brand's flagship product, the LC300, went on sale in 2021. But it wasn't formally introduced in the nation until the end of 2022.

Toyota further revealed that no cases have been registered related to the affected parts of the recalled Land Cruiser. The company said its representatives will contact individual customers as part of the recall campaign. Alternatively, customers can contact their nearest Toyota dealer to resolve any concerns.

The flagship SUV from the manufacturer is the Toyota Land Cruiser LC300. In terms of measurements, its length is five metres. This SUV is powered by a 3.3-litre V6 diesel engine that produces 700 Nm of peak torque and 305 horsepower at the same time.

All four wheels receive power from the 10-speed automatic gearbox that is mated to it. The SUV has a 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system, LED lighting, four zones of climate control, six driving modes, and more.

The new Toyota Land Cruiser is still a long way off from being released in the world, and it will cost Rs 2.10 crore (ex-showroom). This high-end SUV is delivered fully assembled (CBU) to India. Its rivals in the Indian market are Range Rover, Mercedes-Benz GLS Facelift, and BMW X7.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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