**All of our pre-owned vehicles are priced regularly using the most advanced REAL-TIME MARKET PRICING TECHNOLOGY available to ensure the price youâ€™re offered is the best possible value. Please be mindful, our vehicles are VALUE-PRICED and tend to sell very quickly. If you see something you love, donâ€™t wait, since itâ€™s possible that many other potential customers share your enthusiasm** We offer this Toyota FJ Cruiser with the following added value options: Local Trade In, New Tires, Two Key Fobs & Owner's Manual, CREAM PUFF ALERT!!!!, HURRY DOWN THESE SELL FAST!!!!, 4X4 4X4 4X4 4X4!!!, 4D Sport Utility, 4.0L V6 DOHC VVT-i 24V, 5-Speed Automatic, 4WD. Recent Arrival!Clean CARFAX.Odometer is 63888 miles below market average!Reviews:* Whether youâ€™re drawn to it as a comfortable and versatile daily driver, a weekend off-roader or just an expressive way to get from Point A to Point B, youâ€™re sure to appreciate how well the FJ Cruiser does it all. Source: KBB.comSubject to prior sale. Although every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained on this site, absolute accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Not responsible for typographical errors. Price may NOT include Dealer installed options or accessories. For added protection, all vehicles, where applicable, are equipped with Rockledge Security System $895 and Clear Guard Protection $395. These products add value while protecting your investment. Prices do not include government fees, taxes, title, finance charges, document fee, or emission testing charge.
The 2007 FJ Cruiser joins a very extensive lineup of Toyota SUVs. With the RAV4, Highlander, 4Runner, Sequoia, and Land Cruiser (let alone the various Lexus iterations), what niche does the FJ fit into that isn't already covered by Toyota's existing SUVs? The fun, modern-yet-retro, go-anywhere-off-road niche. Most impressive is the 239-horsepower 4.0L V6 engine. Its semi-throaty roar makes the FJ seem fast, yet the exhaust was stock quiet under moderate acceleration. The boisterous engine lends a lot of off-road competence to the vehicle. There are a lot of interesting items that make the FJ different from your everyday, grocery-getting SUV. The flooring and seats are made of a material that encourages cleaning with a hose. The tilt urethane steering wheel is nicely sized, and feels almost like a scuba diver's glove in your hand. While it looks like a two-door, there are two rear-hinged doors that open widely to reveal a rear seat with a 60/40 split seat back. The Star Safety System is standard equipment in the FJ. It includes vehicle stability control, ABS brakes, front air bags, and three point belts in every position. Further protection comes both from standard underbelly skid plates, and ones that are part of the $1,000 convenience package, as well as front and rear side curtain air bags. The two-wheel-drive FJ comes with a five-speed automatic transmission whereas the four-wheel-drive model can be ordered with a six-speed manual or the automatic. In addition to the many post-production options Toyota usually offers, FJ's can be equipped with running boards, TRD (Toyota Racing Department) goodies, upgraded wheels, and remote keyless entry. A rear clearance sonar device assists in rock riding applications.