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The FJ Cruiser features a short wheelbase, stocky frame, and grille-headlight arrangement much like the original FJ40. Other throwback design cues include a nearly vertical windshield with three windshield wipers for maximum surface area coverage. The FJ Cruiser also featured the name “Toyota” spelled out across the grille instead of the corporate emblem which has been in use since 1990, another reference to the FJ40 and other older Toyota trucks. The FJ’s body features rear opening access doors that give a unique look to the SUV. Special high-strength steel was used to give the vehicle side impact protection without the need for a door pillar.


The interior of the FJ features many design elements focused on enhancing off-road practicality. All interior surfaces are covered with washable rubber materials to aid in the fast cleanup after heavy outdoor use. The FJ also incorporates oversized controls to aid drivers with gloved hands. The three-gauge cluster (with compass, temperature, and inclinometer), as well as the 110-volt rear outlet, were carried over from the FJ Cruiser concept vehicle as options on the final production model.



2011 FJ Cruiser right-hand drive variant with license plate located on the rear bumper (Australia)

FJ Cruiser with a raised air-intake snorkel

At 183.9 inches (4.67 m) in length, the FJ Cruiser is a mid-size SUV offered by Toyota in North America, slotting between the smaller RAV4 and larger Highlander. Toyota sources many components from other vehicles to produce the FJ including shared engines and transmissions found in the Tacoma, Tundra, and 4Runner as well as suspension components used in the Prado, Hilux, Tacoma, and 4Runner.

The 4×4 FJ Cruiser has 9.6 inches (24 cm) of ground clearance, 34-degree approach, and 30-degree departure angles, and a 27.4-degree break-over angle, with 8 inches (20 cm) of front and 9 inches (23 cm) of rear suspension travel. The FJ is also designed to ford up to 27.5 inches (70 cm) of water and has a 5,000 lb (2,268 kg) towing capacity for both 4×4 and 4×2 variants. On-road, the FJ accelerates to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 7.8 seconds and has .69 G of lateral grip tested with stock Bridgestone Dueler tires.

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