If you check out our new arrivals you will notice that we currently have a 2000 and a 2003 Land Rover Discovery on our lot. This is a great opportunity to pick up some used auto parts for your Land Cruiser at unbelievable savings.
The Land Cruiser is an SUV that meets and exceeds every need possible for city and off-road driving. These vehicles are probably better suited for traversing the plains of Africa or forging new trails in Alaska, so they certainly can handle anything you might throw at them. Having said that, the good news is also the possible bad news when considering owning one of these workhorses. The fact that they can do just about anything raises the question: are they really necessary for the average American driver? It’s a valid question since you are paying for their do-everything reputation.
This import will go practically anywhere and powered by a strong V8 and roomy interior you are sure to feel like the King of the Road no matter where you are.
Standard equipment on these Land Cruisers include the following:
- 1) 4.7-liter V8 engine
- 2) Automatic transmission
- 3) 4-wheel drive
- 4) Stability control
- 5) Third row seating
- 6) Traction control
- 7) 12 mpg city/16 mpg hwy
Replacement parts do not come cheap, so when you are in the need for used parts we highly recommend you go to your local salvage yard for your car parts. The term “junk yard” is really quite misleading in today’s automotive world. The reputable salvage yards sell quality car parts, not junk, and their merchandise is backed by guarantees and warranties. All that and up to 60% savings begs the question of why would anyone go anywhere else for used auto parts?
If you own a Land Cruiser and you are in need of some replacement parts, check out the new arrivals at All Imports Auto Parts. You can also find brand new aftermarket parts for most domestic and foreign vehicles, so give them a try and save some serious cash in the process. Remember, “junk yard” does not mean junk but rather quality products sold at a huge discount. How can you possibly go wrong?