Toyota FJ Cruiser Canada
The Toyota FJ Cruiser is what’s known as a retro-designed SUV developed by Toyota since 2006, it was originally a concept model based on the classic FJ40 Land Cruiser manufactured by Toyota in the 60's. The FJ Cruiser concept was unveiled at the 2003 Auto Show in Chicago, while it was originally intended as a concept SUV only, due to high demand Toyota began production in 2006; based on the Toyota Prado full size SUV platform which is very popular in Japan, in Canada it arrived as the Lexus GX. In size the FJ Cruiser is between the Toyota RAV4 and crossover Highlander.
The 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser in Canada is equipped with a rugged V6, 4.0L, 24-valve DOHC VVT-i engine rated at 259HP, which it shares with the Toyota 4Runner and Tundra, available with a 6-speed
gated-shift manual transmission or 5-speed automatic electronically controlled transmission (ECT). Featuring a full-time 4-wheel drive system, in combination with standard VSC (Vehicle Stability Control) and Active Traction Control. Coupled with front and back Bilstein shock absorbers and stabilizer bar. With ventilated front and back disc brakes, standard anti-lock ABS brakes, electronic brake force distribution and brake assist (BA).
The FJ Cruiser in Canada is available in three trims; the base model which includes 32" tires mounted on 17-inch rims and tire pressure monitoring system; FJ Cruiser OffRoad Package and fully loaded
FJ Cruiser Adventure Package, with features like FJammer premium audio system with integrated
6-CD changer and 8 speakers. There are any roads the Toyota FJ Cruiser can't follow.