About Toyota FJ Cruiser
The Toyota FJ Cruiser, with a wheelbase of 2690mm, is based on the chassis of the "4Runner" and features a two-door, five-seat design. The first impression of the Toyota FJ Cruiser is that it has a very obvious family appearance, such as the "TOYOTA" logo on the front grille, the round headlights, the bulging hood in the middle, the vertical windshield, and the white roof, which all reflect the classic family characteristics. Practical and unique features are also found everywhere, including doors that can be opened, mirrors, door handle pedals, etc. These designs make it extremely convenient for passengers to enter and exit. The FJ Cruiser is equipped with a 4.0-liter V6 engine, which is the same model as the Toyota Prado. Maximum 239 horsepower, 278Nm, and torque to push about two tons of body are relatively easy, the five-speed transmission also smooth.
It is considered that the FJ Cruiser had an aggressive style, which was opposed to the focus of the company at that time. However, its good off-road performance as well as its road manners, the functional interior also won it much praise from the public. The Cruiser has four variants, known as TRD Special Edition, Trail Teams Special Edition, ARB Edition FJ Crawler, and FJ-S Cruiser Concept. Its unique design and the simple control have left people a deep impression. However unique the design is, we have the suitable parts for your vehicle. For those off-road active vehicles, parts replacing seems more frequent. Thus feel free to find the determined parts for your vehicle and let it speed between obstructions!
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The FJ Cruiser was initially launched in the North American market and was sold worldwide in small numbers. The sales of the right-hand driven version in Japan began in December 2010, replacing the Hilux Surf and selling alongside the Land Cruiser. This version was also on sale in Australia and New Zealand, which was available in 2004. The market performance was strong in the first several years, but then the sale dramatically dropped due to reasons like increased competition, poor fuel economy, and the impact from its competitor Jeep Wrangler.