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The Toyota FJ Cruiser is a retro style, mid-size SUV with styling and off road performance reminiscent of the
original Toyota Land Cruiser (FJ40). Introduced as a concept car at the January 2003 North American International
Auto Show, the FJ Cruiser was approved for production after positive consumer response and debuted at the January
2005 North American International Auto Show in final production form. The FJ Cruiser is built by Toyota subsidiary
Hino Motors in Hamura, Japan since 2006 and shares many structural underpinnings from the Toyota Land Cruiser
Prado. On 5 November 2013, Toyota USA announced the 2014 model year
The 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser comes in a single trim level, with choice between rear-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive.
Rear-wheel-drive versions come only with a 5-speed automatic transmission, while 4-wheel-drive versions can be
equipped with that automatic or a 6-speed manual gearbox. The FJ's 4.0L V6, the only engine available, makes 260
horsepower and 271 pound-feet of torque, with the dual independent variable valve timing allowing strong low-rev
torque for off-roading exploits. Manual-transmission versions with 4-wheel drive get a system that distributes 60
percent of power to the rear wheels under most conditions but can be locked to a 50/50 split. With the automatic
transmission there's a separate part-time 4-wheel drive system--allowing better gas mileage when you're commuting
or driving on the highway in clear conditions. Both versions include a separate low range for low-speed rock
crawling, and manual FJ Cruisers get a locking rear differential, which is optional on automatic FJs.
Rear-wheel-drive versions receive a limited-slip rear differential, with the included electronic stability and
traction control, to assure the surest footing possible.The FJ Cruiser is a true truck, with tough body-on-frame
construction and a boxed steel ladder-braced frame. A 4-link coil-spring rear suspension with solid axle and a
double-wishbone front suspension, together 4-wheel disc brakes, hydraulic power rack-and-pinion steering altogether
provide maneuverability and relatively responsive handling on the road, combined with some of the strongest
off-road ability in a stock SUV.Altogether, the FJ with its standard tires has 9.6 inches of ground clearance plus
approach (34 degrees) and departure (31 degrees) angles. Towing capacity is rated up to 4, 700 pounds. The FJ
Cruiser doesn't completely forgo comfort. With an 8-way-adjustable driver's seat, most will be able to get
comfortable in front and have a good view out. In back, a 60/40-split rear seatback with removable bottom cushions
can be folded to a nearly flat cargo floor. In the cargo area there are lots of cargo-net hooks, bag hooks and
cargo tie-down points. Standard features on the FJ Cruiser include air conditioning, power windows, locks and
mirrors, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity, a rear defogger and a 6-speaker sound system with USB port, iPod
interface and Bluetooth streaming audio.The special Trail Teams Edition, available on 4-wheel drive FJs, adds
various equipment that is of use to off-roaders, including Bilstein off-road shocks, TRD alloy wheels, a rear
differential lock in combination with the A-TRAC traction system, additional skid plates, rock rails, illuminated
side-marker lamps, an AC outlet and a backup camera monitor, as well as TRD aluminum doorsill scuff plates and an
aluminum shift knob. From the outside, the model is easy to pick out from the crowd, thanks to its new 'Heritage
Blue' paint scheme, with black bumpers and blacked-out grille and door handles.