Toyota Landcruiser Hardtop 75/ 78
Six seater with pop up roof. These classic safari models can be up to twenty years old, for a reason, as they are indestructible and with no electronics, made for the bush. Hence, the driving comfort and features like A/C and quality of the speakers can't be compared to cars manufactured nowadays.
Read our specification sheet and know what to expect when renting a car from Roadtrip Africa.
Model: Toyota Landcruiser Hardtop 75/78
Year of Manufacture: 1997 - 2008
Capacity: six window seats. When camping, the vehicle can accommodate 4 persons with camp gear and luggage.
Engine: 1HZ 6 cylinder engine
Tank capacity: 2x 80 Litre
Fuel consumption: 7-8 km /L.
4Wheel Drive: Differs per vehicle. How to engage the 4WD is explained in the practical information booklet in your vehicle. Having a Landcruiser with diff lock is rare. Note that we have disconnected the diff lock in all our Landcruisers. The standard 4x4 is strong enough.
Spare tyres: 2
Tyre pressure: depending on number of people and load, 3.0 PSI in the front and 3.5 PSI in the back. You don’t need to do anything further with this. The tyre pressure comes well adjusted.
The interior and tools
Pop up roof: yes, or 2 roof hatches, one in the front and one in the back row seat. The pop up roof can’t be used anymore when a rooftop tent is mounted.
Water tank: no
Radio with small speakers and USB and audio port. Bring your own audio cable to play music from your phone.
Boot: the boot is small. We advise to pack your luggage in soft duffle bags as they pack easier than suitcases. If your travel group is six, you will store some bags between the seats inside the car. In case you go camping, the vehicle can accommodate 4 persons with camp gear and luggage. We take out the 5th and 6th seat to create extra space.
Tools: wheel spanner, towing rope, jumper cables, high-lift jack, shuffle, fire extinguisher, reflector triangles, first aid kit, Bradt Travel Guide, roadmap, Roadtrip Tanzania's practical information manual.