Believe It or Not, Toyota Won't Let You Resell Your 2022 Land Cruiser 300!

The company makes you sign an agreement when purchasing the Land Cruiser, and if you break it, you won’t be allowed to buy another Toyota

As it turns out, Toyota won't let you sell your 2022 LandCruiser 300 for 12 months from the date of purchase

'Creative311' has reported that Toyota has cited 'Global Security' as the reason for this weird amendment

Back in 2015, U.S. officials questioned Toyota how ISIS has access so many Toyota Hiluxes and Land Cruisers

As a repercussion of this investigation, Toyota has decided to implement this rule

Land Cruisers are known for their rugged and tough builds that make them quite a hit with the terrorist groups, it seems

The automaker is making owners commit to their 12-month no-resale rule by getting them to sign the dotted line

If they resell the car, they won’t be allowed to buy a Toyota product again

It’s not just the customer; even the dealer will face charges and won’t be allowed to sell Land Cruisers

We'll have to wait and watch how this plays out. Swipe up to read about this fiasco in detail

2021 Brabus 800 - The Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S Receives The Brabus Treatment


This Mercedes SLR McLaren by MSO is Rare, but Is it Worth Bugatti Chiron Money?


Watch a Ford Bronco take on a Jeep Wrangler at the Drag Strip


Hyundai Isn't Done With the Mid-Engined RM19 Superhatch