Interior size difference between an 80, 100 and 200 series?

Silverhorse

Adventurer
So I have an 80, but there are 7 of us... I have never looked at an 100 or 200 series. I was wondering if they have more interior room? TIA
 

Madbodhi

Observer
Info from Hoser on IH8MUD*


Interior Dimensions
Land Cruiser FJ62 Land Cruiser FZJ80 Land Cruiser UZJ100
Standard Seating 5 5 8
Optional Seating 8 7 No data
Front Headroom (in.) 40.70 40.30 39.20
Rear Headroom (in.) 40.00 39.70 39.10
Front Legroom (in.) 42.20 42.20 42.30
Rear Legroom (in.) 33.70 33.60 34.30
Front Shoulder Room (in.) 58.70 58.70 62.40
Rear Shoulder Room (in.) 58.70 58.70 61.20
Front Hip Room (in.) 59.50 59.50 58.60
Rear Hip Room (in.) 59.50 59.50 57.90

Cargo Area Dimensions
Land Cruiser FJ62 Land Cruiser FZJ80 Land Cruiser UZJ100
Length (in.) No data 46.70 46.30
Width at Wheelwell (in.) No data 44.10 44.10
Width at Wall (in.) No data 58.10 58.10
Depth (in.) No data 42.20 42.70
 

redthies

Renaissance Redneck
I was going to say "the 80 and 100 are very close in size" but your numbers beat me to it. The 200 is larger looking/feeling for sure, but I've not measured one. One of my clients traded his 100 in on a 200 and said "I should have kept my 100. This 200 is too big". That makes me think you might gain some space?
 

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zimm

Expedition Leader
seat design and cockpit design arent really reflected in those stats either. the wheel position in a 62 isnt optimal for a tall driver, etc.

just back to back dive them.
 

nuclearlemon

Adventurer
i find it hard to believe the cargo dimensions are the same between 80 and 100. i bought rear drawers for a 100 series because they were on clearance and they area about an inch too narrow on each side when i put them in my 80
 

Arktikos

Explorer
seat design and cockpit design arent really reflected in those stats either. the wheel position in a 62 isnt optimal for a tall driver, etc.

just back to back drive them.
Good idea. Nothing quite so important as driver comfort. The legroom number given for 60 series in post above is incorrect. It's significantly less than 42 inches. I would think that the interior size difference with the US Land Cruiser wagons could be stated with this inequality: 200>100>80>60>55.
 
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