The best 2022 Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series accessories so far? New LC300 4×4 gets relatively subtle – but useful – off-road upgrades from Jaos

So you’re lucky to finally have your new Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series in your driveway, but you’re wondering what to do next. Well, if off-roading is your thing, you might want to consider some accessories, like those from Japanese auto parts specialist Jaos.

Sure, aftermarket upgrades for the LC300 have flooded the market since the new superior SUV began production last year, but the sequel offered by Jaos is arguably the subtlest but most useful at this point. day.

In fact, such is the tight integration of Jaos accessories, they could be mistaken for those coming straight from the Toyota factory. For example, the front bumper insert seen here looks original, as it mimics the grille design of the LC300.

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Then there are the black fender flares, side sills, door handle guards and rear bumper trim, the latter positioned above a Battle Z ZS-2 exhaust system. with two chrome tailpipes.

But let’s not forget the 20-inch Tribe Cross alloy wheels in matte bronze wrapped in chunky 285/55 Toyo Open Country R/T tires and the Battle Z lift kit with Ti-W coil springs. Yes, this LC300 has 40mm more ground clearance, at 235mm.

Finally, there’s a set of branded mud flaps and a roof rack with five LED lights for superior load capacity and off-road visibility.

So what about the LC300’s twin-turbo V6 engines? Well, the 227kW 3.3-litre diesel that Australia gets and the 305kW 3.5-litre petrol available overseas were untouched alongside their converter automatic transmission shared 10-speed torque.

the Jao website currently only lists a few of the aforementioned accessories, but the missing ones should be available in the near future, so stay tuned.

That said, Australian buyers will have to import the accessories from Japan and have them installed locally, which will likely increase the cost.

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