Either is capable, however, technology issues (multiple ECUs and electronics etc.) could hinder overlanding the 200 in more remote places. The 100 is a bit more basic.
If you want comfort and tech, 200 is the way to go.
Availability of aftermarket parts for the 100 is better than the 200.
I get such cruiser envy when I go to South Africa. :weary:
The only solution is to take photos and share the envy with you lot! :laughing:
Not an LC but not bad for a rental. A Toyota Fortuner 2.8. Lovely cars.
I love going on game drives with these.
I've done a quick search to no avail.
There was talk on here of an app or website where you can track your journey and upload photos which then allowed you to buy a printed album at the end of the trip as a keep sake.
Any idea as to what it's called?