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Colorado 3.0 TD GX 5dr Auto (2000)


 
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Steve&Jo
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2015 22:39    Post subject: Colorado 3.0 TD GX 5dr Auto (2000) Reply with quote

Just seen a Land Cruiser Colorado 3.0 TD GX 5dr Auto (2000) for sale looks a1 condition 4500


SUSPENSION LIFT.BUILT IN REMOTE WINCH...SPENT 3000 ON ENGINE AND BOX..BF GOODRICH TYRES..CB RADIO ETC,


Any advice on this model as an overlander is the 3L up to the job? I will be towing expedition trailer.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2015 20:28    Post subject: Reply with quote

I did miles and miles off road in a petrol pajero which must have been similar (or less) power.  It was slow at times, but I almost always got there under my own power.  This was at 5000+ feet, so pretty tough conditions.  Often in mud for 8 hours a day.

a good 80 series would be the gold standard, but suspect a prado would do OK.   How heavy is the trailer?
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