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2010 Toyota Land Cruiser HSE 4dr 4WD (SE)

2010 Toyota Land Cruiser
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Four Wheel Drive, Sport Utility, Sport Utility Vehicle
13 mpg city / 18 mpg hwy
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105,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 12 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid, 3 items to Inspect... Details
110,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 3 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid Details
115,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 3 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid Details
120,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 4 items to Replace, 16 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid, 4 items to Inspec... Details
125,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 3 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid Details
130,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 3 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid Details
135,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 12 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid, 3 items to Inspect... Details
140,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 3 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid Details
145,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 3 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid Details
150,000 Miles 1 item to Rotate, 3 items to Replace, 16 items to Inspect, 1 item to Change fluid, 4 items to Inspec... Details


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