If you imagine nothing at all can detract a man’s attention from the entrance doorway of Bunning’s retail store, you’re erroneous. I have located it.
Couple of cars have received this sort of a welcome. In a sea of Bunnings buyers, a few promptly broke ranks in their voyage to the entrance doorway. Their concentrate on was the Land Cruiser 300, parked up, deserted and to the qualified eye, plainly quite new.
This grew to become common of the week-prolonged exam in the 300 in its higher-spec Sahara VX variation – a standard visit of lovers keen to glimpse, experience and go over a motor vehicle that they all pronounced had been eager to purchase.
Aside from the “how does it go?”, the frequent issue was all about supply periods. A few – quite few – questioned about the cost.
And in solution, it is a prolonged way forward of its predecessor, the 200 Sreies, and addresses a great deal of the hiccups with the 200 whilst stubbornly retaining some have-around annoyances.
It has a waiting around list of anyplace from a quoted 9 months to a extra probably twelve months, depending on the variant.
The cost of the Sahara ZX is $138,790 (moreover on-street expenditures) which is up $7017 on its nearest 200 Series equivalent, the Sahara Horizon.
Will the 300 be as effective as the 200? As guaranteed as Bunnings is the church of any amateur handyman.