2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser

If you want to take the road less traveled and you're a fan of the Toyota brand, then you'll love the site-road specialist Toyota FJ Cruiser 2011.

For 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser is equipped with a 260-hp, 4.0-liter V-6 engine with variable valve timing and rocker arms. The FJ Cruiser is mated to a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic and offers a robust 271 pounds-feet of torque, scaled well What are the obstacles in your way. The fuel economy ratings range from 14 to 17 mpg city and 19-21 mpg on the highway, as desired transmission. In 2011, the FJ Cruiser is available in rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive (which includes a transfer case with a two-speed ratio 2,57:1 low), and if they are properly equipped can tow up to 5000 books.

The FJ Cruiser is easily spotted on the road by its large white roofs and outside of retro style. It competes with other off-road specialists such as the Nissan Xterra and Jeep Wrangler. Exterior features include additional steel wheels 17-inch (17-inch alloys are also available), three windshield wipers, rear-hinged doors for easy access and a transom door with a spare tire. For 2011, Toyota FJ Cruiser adds a new Trail Edition task forces, including Army Green exterior paint, black bumpers, grille and door handles. A locking rear differential as standard enhances the visibility and rear access and is also new for 2011.

The Trail Teams Special Edition model also comes standard with off-road option package that is sure to appeal to serious off-road enthusiasts. It is equipped with Bilstein shock absorbers, a differential with brake-based traction control, and BFGoodrich � all-terrain tires.

The FJ Cruiser 2011 includes air conditioning, power windows and locks, CD stereo and a six-speaker 60/40 rear seats fold to increase cargo capacity as standard. To update the FJ Cruiser, choose from options such as power mirrors, six CD changer and power tools, compass, temperature gauge on the outside, and readings from the vehicle's location. Satellite Radio and iPod dock is now standard in 2011. A security camera is integrated into the rearview mirror, while the markers in the lighting round mirrors on additions for 2011.

2011 FJ Cruiser series features standard safety technologies, including a four-wheel antilock disc brakes, electronic stability control and front seat-mounted side airbags. Side curtain airbags are set to use in case of rollover, active front head restraints move forward from the back to restrict movement of the head.

Off-road ruggedness meets the unique design and overall functionality of the Toyota FJ Cruiser 2011.


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