2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser

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Engine Engine 4.0LV-6
MPG MPG 16 City / 20 Hwy
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2008 FJ Cruiser Overview

The Toyota FJ Cruiser is the rebirth of an icon, the Toyota FJ 40, known in North America as the original Land Cruiser.It was a rugged, go-anywhere vehicle, a sport utility vehicle decades before the genre had a name.

Today's FJ Cruiser is designed to be the most capable of all Toyotas when the pavement gives way to gravel, sand, and rocks.That's saying something, given the capability of the 4Runner and Tacoma.

For 2008, an Off Road option package further enhances the FJ's capabilities, with BFGoodrich Rugged Trail tires, trail-tuned Bilstein shock absorbers, a Cyclone air pre-cleaner, and a rear differential lock that works in conjunction with Toyota's A-TRAC traction control system.Also for 2008, all FJ Cruisers come with front-seat-mounted side-impact airbags, and with full length side-curtain airbags.

The FJ Cruiser seats five.The front doors are standard, front-hinged units.Rear-hinged access doors ease egress to the back seat and cargo area.Rear access to the cargo area is through a door hinged on the driver's side of the vehicle instead of a typical roof-hinged hatch-style closure.

We found the FJ Cruiser superb in rugged terrain but comfortable on the road.Its V6 engine delivers more power and torque than the Jeep Wrangler's V6; and slightly less power but more torque than the Hummer H3's standard inline-5.
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2008 FJ Cruiser Overview

The Toyota FJ Cruiser is the rebirth of an icon, the Toyota FJ 40, known in North America as the original Land Cruiser.It was a rugged, go-anywhere vehicle, a sport utility vehicle decades before the genre had a name.

Today's FJ Cruiser is designed to be the most capable of all Toyotas when the pavement gives way to gravel, sand, and rocks.That's saying something, given the capability of the 4Runner and Tacoma.

For 2008, an Off Road option package further enhances the FJ's capabilities, with BFGoodrich Rugged Trail tires, trail-tuned Bilstein shock absorbers, a Cyclone air pre-cleaner, and a rear differential lock that works in conjunction with Toyota's A-TRAC traction control system.Also for 2008, all FJ Cruisers come with front-seat-mounted side-impact airbags, and with full length side-curtain airbags.

The FJ Cruiser seats five.The front doors are standard, front-hinged units.Rear-hinged access doors ease egress to the back seat and cargo area.Rear access to the cargo area is through a door hinged on the driver's side of the vehicle instead of a typical roof-hinged hatch-style closure.

We found the FJ Cruiser superb in rugged terrain but comfortable on the road.Its V6 engine delivers more power and torque than the Jeep Wrangler's V6; and slightly less power but more torque than the Hummer H3's standard inline-5.Hide Full Review