Testing Waters / 2019 LC 200 with Mods

ZEVitas

New member
Testing the waters and am looking for some guidance. I am thinking about selling my 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser with just over 20,000 miles. The vehicle has been lifted using the BP 51 shocks, aftermarket upper control arms, stealth custom series wheels which are mounted with 305 65R 18 Cooper Discover tires. There’s only about 5000 miles or so low on the aftermarket accessories. The vehicle would also come with a remote starter installed by Toyota as well as tinted front windows.

not sure if there’s a large market for modified land cruisers, but just looking to test out the waters as I am considering selling it.

Thanks and advance for your feedback!
 

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ZEVitas

New member
The only time it has ever been off road was when when I drove it up that dirt pile in the above pictures. The vehicle was built by Roko Vehicles. Check them out on IG. They are the best around.
 

Scottpyro

Member
After purchasing your 200 then having suspension and wheels mounted, may I ask why you’ve lost interest in keeping it? They are so handsome and proven?
 

CanyonLX

Member
I think you would have no problem selling it. If you’re thinking 80k, list it for 79k and be patient.

you can do market research on Mud. They list prices of recent 200 sales.
 

Tex68w

Beach Bum
List it over on Mud if you're serious. Typically I'd say you're over priced but with the current market on these I don't think your price is unreasonable.
 

ZEVitas

New member
After purchasing your 200 then having suspension and wheels mounted, may I ask why you’ve lost interest in keeping it? They are so handsome and proven?
Honestly, I’m doing significantly more on road driving that I am off-road and for the amount of time that I am driving on the road I feel that having a lifted vehicle isn’t the way to go. But I do love the vehicle!
 
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