Toyota FJ Cruiser Is a “Mean Gas-Guzzling Machine”

Toyota FJ Cruiser 1 photo
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Not every vehicle in Toyota’s range is about high mileage and low emissions. There is the sporty GT 86 and in the opposite corner we have the big FJ Cruiser.
The FJ Cruiser is Toyota’s response to GM’s Hummer and lets he honest, it really looks like a military vehicle. Imagine it with camouflage painting, reinflatable wheels, bulletproof armor, fuel canisters on top and machineguns hurling between the dunes.

It is available in three variants: 4x2 automatic transmission, 4x4 manual and 4x4 automatic, all powered by the same 4-liter V6 engine producing 260 horsepower and 271 lb-ft (367 Nm) of torque. Our recommendation - stick to the 4x4 auto one, it’s only $400 more expensive than the manual one, and $1,500 more than the standard two-wheel-drive version.

Standard equipment for the ultimate model includes two-tone exterior paint job, power mirrors, skid plates, air con with rear seat vents, six-speaker multi-connectivity radio system, water-resistant fabric-trimmed seats, heavy duty flooring, classic flat dashboard with pipe-like structure and metallic silver trim and more.

Also find out Montreal Gazette’s opinion on this monster in their review here.
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