The fuel efficiency of a 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser can vary depending on several factors, including the specific model, engine type, driving conditions, and maintenance status. Older Land Cruiser models like the FJ60, which was produced in the 1980s, typically achieve fuel economy in the range of 10 to 13 miles per gallon (mpg) combined.
These estimates are rough averages based on historical data and owner reports. Actual fuel economy can vary based on factors such as driving habits, terrain, load, tire pressure, and the condition of the vehicle.
Older Land Cruisers may have been modified or maintained differently over the years, which can affect their fuel efficiency. For the most accurate information on fuel economy for a specific 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser, consult the vehicle’s specifications or owner’s manual or gather data from owners with similar vehicles.