Watch this Civilian Toyota Mega Cruiser in-depth review

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  • Watch this Civilian Toyota Mega Cruiser in-depth review
  • Watch this Civilian Toyota Mega Cruiser in-depth review
    The Toyota Mega Cruiser is based on the millitary BXD-10 millitary transport of which around 3,000 were built
    However, only 149 Civilian Mega Cruisers were made
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    It's a child of the 1990s Japanese Bubble economy
    It was not very successful due to its vast dimensions
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    It's powered by a 4.1-liter inline-four turbodiesel, mated to a 4-speed automatic
    It's rate at 153 horsepower and 282 pound-feet (382 Nm)
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    The interior borrowed many components from the 80-series Land Cruiser
  • Watch this Civilian Toyota Mega Cruiser in-depth review
    Despite the wide transmission tunnel (similar to the Hummer H1) it was actually spacious
    Four people could easily sit on the second row
  • Watch this Civilian Toyota Mega Cruiser in-depth review
    It had two roof types - a standard and an optional high roof
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    It lalso has a bespoke roof rack
    That was also optional
  • Watch this Civilian Toyota Mega Cruiser in-depth review
    Clever engineering - It featured inboard brakes, portal axles, and ful independent suspension
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    It aso had four-wheel steering
    At low speeds, the rear wheels turn in the opposite direction, greatly improving the turning radius
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    It is actually very refined - it feels like a Toyota, instead of a military car
  • Watch this Civilian Toyota Mega Cruiser in-depth review
    Despite its size, it's completely usable as a daily transportation
  • Watch this Civilian Toyota Mega Cruiser in-depth review
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