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Toyota Mega Cruiser
Toyota Mega Cruiser
Manufacturer Toyota
Production 1995–2002
Assembly Gifu, Japan
Class Full-size SUV
Body style(s) 4-door SUV
Engine(s) 4.1 L 15B-FTE turbodiesel I4, 155 hp (116 kW)
Transmission(s) 4-speed automatic
Wheelbase 133.7 in (3396 mm)
Length 200.4 in (5090 mm)
Width 85.4 in (2169 mm)
Height 81.7 in (2075 mm)
Curb weight 6,395 lb (2,901 kg)
Fuel capacity 28.5 U.S. gallons (107.9 L/23.7 imp gal)
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The Toyota Mega Cruiser is a large, heavy-duty sport utility vehicle introduced by Toyota in 1995. The largest SUV ever built by Toyota, it resembled the Hummer H1, and like the Hummer, was designed primarily for military use with the Mega Cruiser seeing duty as infantry transports equipped with mounted howitzers and mobile Surface-to-air missiles in the Japan Self Defense Forces.

Exclusively sold in Japan, the Mega Cruiser also was used by prefectural police and fire/rescue departments, although a limited number were sold to civilians. This vehicle was intended to test designs that would eventually make their way into mass produced Toyota SUVs (like the Land Cruiser), but was financially unsuccessful for Toyota.

The Mega Cruiser featured a 4.1 L turbodiesel I4 engine. The engine focused on producing high amounts of torque at low revs. The SUV featured front, center, and rear differentials, as well as four wheel steering.

JGSDF Koukidousha (TOYOTA) 1

A military version for JGSDF.

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