2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser
A lifestyle vehicle with off-road credentials.

Toyota aims at a young male audience with the FJ Cruiser SUV, which is styled to resemble the classic FJ 40 from the 1960s. Positioned as a "lifestyle" vehicle with rear-hinged access doors, the FJ Cruiser is much closer to the Nissan XTerra than the Honda Element. Based on a slightly altered 4Runner platform, the FJ Cruiser is powered by the same 4.0L V-6, mated to a 5-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission. Available in 2WD and 4WD configurations, the FJ Cruiser is also equipped with comprehensive active safety enhancements such as: VSC (Vehicle Stability Control), TRAC (traction control), ABS, electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), and brake assist. 2WD models are equipped with an automatic limited-slip differential.











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  1. Mr.Vent July 16, 2007 at 11:10 PM  

    As I have seen on some other reviews which I think 3 or 4 complaints and seems a little bit out there...I won't say the others are, but I will say you some to be overreacting quite a bit with their description of their complaints. Aside from the Toyota 4runner parts, many vehicles do not come with automatic headlights standard, and I do not see how it could be that difficult to figure out how to turn the headlights on... They also you to that the window controls were not difficult to reach, but very difficult to reach... I just do not get it.