Here in The Netherlands they sold the 4.5 diesel and the 4.6 Gasoline V8. Like Moridingbg said, 2015 was the last year the sold the 200 series in EU and a few non EU countries (like Norway, Switzerland etc). Toyota still sells the 200 series in Russia or other eurasian countries.And I suppose they were selling diesel only?
One of the largest car corporations in the world has problems bringing in a low-volume SUV THAT DEFINED THEIR BRAND while it sells half a dozen Lexus models nobody bothers to buy anyway and no one gives a damn about their BMW Supra.#KeepTheCruiser
Argument for bringing the 300 to the states
If you factor in that the LX is essentially the same , it is not even close to being their worst selling vehicle at any given time.
The entire logic of how they are “not selling enough of them” is the same BS they said when they removed the FJ cruiser, even though it was easily outselling most of the vehicles in there failed Scion brand at the time.
Toyota’s decisions when it comes to body on frame vehicles have always been feckless and shortsighted, best evident on how they are always about to cancel the 4Runner, even though it continues to post ridiculous sales numbers for being an “ancient design.”
I think genuinely the decision to pull the Land Cruiser from American shores, even if it’s a real, actual sales decision and not speculation, is total BS and has not been backed up by any actual sales numbers because Toyota continues to sell all sorts of trash cars, like the 86, despite ridiculously awful sales figures.