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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle


FJ Cruiser has great ride, cool look

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Adding to the FJ Cruiser's off-road credentials is an interior designed for dusty, dirty, muddy conditions. Seating materials are water-repellant and well ventilated, and the rubberized floor is easy to clean.

Climbing into the back seat is relatively easy with two rear-swinging "suicide" doors. On the downside, the funky styling makes it virtually impossible to see much out the back windows.

Price-wise, the FJ Cruiser is a clear winner considering how much style and performance you get for the money, not to mention Toyota's reputation for building cars and trucks that last forever. It starts at $21,910 for a two-wheel-drive automatic, or $23,300 for the four-wheel-drive version.

That's not bad for a vehicle that mixes on-road comfort with off-road performance better than most SUVs. The cool, retro styling is just icing on the cake.

Pros: It draws lots of attention with its unique, expressive styling, and it has a surprisingly good ride for an off-road vehicle.

Cons: Rear visibility is awful, and fuel consumption is very un-Toyota-like.

Ratings (1-10)

  • Style: 10
  • Performance: 9
  • Price: 9
  • Handling: 5
  • Ride: 8
  • Comfort: 7
  • Quality: 9
  • Overall: 9

More Data

Where Built: Japan

Major Options: Upgrade Package 1,Upgrade Package 2,Convenience Package. Locking rear differential, Front side airbags and curtain side airbags, Portable navigation system, Running boards, Special Purpose Wheels and Tires, Trailer hitch, Alloy wheels.

Seating: 5

Number of Rows: 2

Length in Inches: 183.9

Warrantees: 3 year/36,000 mile Comprehensive, 5 year/60,000 mile Powertrain, 5 year/unlimited mileage Corrosion Perforation.

Weight in Pounds: 4050(2WD...

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