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The Toyota FJ Cruiser is built on a truck-based ladder frame chassis and has a stout suspension and drivetrain. Compared to the 4Runner, this vehicle is smaller, less expensive and more capable in off road situations. All FJ Cruisers have two standard front doors with a pair of smaller, reverse-opening rear doors that provide easier access to the rear seat. Standard features include air-conditioning, a CD stereo, power windows and locks, stability control and antilock disc brakes.
The Toyota FJ Cruiser was designed to have considerable wheel travel, high ground clearance and a tough, fully boxed frame. The front suspension is independent with a double-wishbone design, while the rear features a solid rear axle with a four-link coil-spring suspension. Even if you don't plan on spending much time attacking trails, the FJ Cruiser's unique brand of retro style should appeal to many. Key elements include a grille that incorporates tightly spaced round headlights, a grille-mounted classic Toyota name badge instead of the modern emblem, a white-top roof, wrap-around rear windows, an exposed full-size spare tire and an offset rear license plate. Colour-keyed interior panels and a decidedly old-school panel-like dashboard carry on the whimsically rustic look inside. In reviews, the Toyota FJ Cruiser has earned positive commentary for its impressive off-road ability, surprisingly fun on-road driving experience, comfortable front seats and distinctive exterior styling. FJ Cruiser drawbacks include limited outward visibility, a rear seat area that's not particularly comfortable and challenging rear-seat entry-and-exit despite the access doors.