2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Overview

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4.65 stars

Based on 66 reviews

Love It! by Kyle
 — ok... where do i start...? Performance: acceleration was suprising for a 3.5 liter V6. braking was excelent.... it could stop on a dime in the middle of an ice storm. it handeled wonderfuly for havi... Read More
Great Off Road Suv. by gramon55
 — I enjoy this car when I ram through a mud pit, I cross through near 2 feet of water, going up 30 or more degree inclines. It can climb the toughest terrain. This is more a toy than a car. Like any oth... Read More
It Is The Best "retro" Vehicle On The Road! by bluegoose71
 — The first time I saw this vehicle I knew I wanted it. It has not disappointed me at all! My husband is waiting for me to get bored with it so he can claim it for his fishing vehicle. He's going to hav... Read More

2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Overview

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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

The 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser is a nostalgic car, styled after Toyota's FJ-series Land Cruisers from the 1960s. Although the FJ Cruiser makes Toyota's second compact SUV (the RAV4 being the other) this vehicle is aimed at a younger, more aggressive driver who intends to take his car off-road. The 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser is available in automatic and six-speed manual. The automatic comes in both a two-wheel drive version and a 4x4, while the manual comes in the 4x4.

The 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser immediately grabs attention with its round, retro headlights, contrasting roof and wrap-around rear windows. Although it hasn't been out long enough to see if it lives up to Toyota's reputation for reliability, users report that the 2007 FJ Cruiser feels solid and sturdy, and drives comparably with the 4Runner. The FJ Cruiser's interior is described as "industrial," which features like rubber mats instead of rugs. One quirky feature is the center console, which in some packages comes with accents that match the exterior color.

Drivers complain that the FJ Cruiser's visibility is very limited, especially towards the side and rear, although extra-large side mirrors pick up the slack somewhat. Another issue is the small backseat, which is difficult to climb into despite the suicide-style doors.


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