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Land Cruiser , Range Rover ,Mercedes GL or Cadillac Escalade ?? Land Cruiser never break You see, the United Nations have bought some 12,000 Toyota Land Cruisers over the years, and you'll invariably see one on any Middle-East crisis newscast, storming cheerfully down a desert track or prowling through a village Swiss-cheesed with mortar fire. They get painted Daz white, hammered to hell and back, and still the UN has an insatiable passion for this full-size SUV from Toyota. Why? Because they never break; there's a reason why the outback is littered with the carcasses of old Land Rovers and not broken Toyotas.

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