This entry was posted by czb1972 on June 14, 2014 at 8:47 am
Toyota’s Land Cruiser FJ 4.0 V6 tested in the dunes of Southern Africa. This one was modified by LA Sport.
is the gas mileage as bad as people say? Does it really ride smooth on
paved roads? I heard it was a bit rough ride and noisy. Is is a
comfortable car on long highway drives? Thanks you for the video. It was
I want it
They are discontinuing this model in the U.S. after this year. I wish that
Toyota had offered this car in the U.S. market with a diesel engine. I hope
to be able to buy one before they are discontinued.
Thank you, it was a great review, did you share any post about wrangler
How much is Toyota been paying you? Get a Nisan patrol. A real
four-wheel-drive. Your toy toyota will breakdown in Australia.
soooooo many blind spots
Gayest car you can get without a rainbow paint job
i wish they would come out with a big turbo diesel version of the FJ
Is the market really that big in America for 4wD Toyotas? Is there that
many teenagers using them to drive to wallmart that they HAD to release
them that much earlier in the states? And now of course there is only a
petrol version no diesel… Can’t you people just stick to a chev or some
other car? Only market in the world that can ruin a toyota 4wD..
just drove mine from massachusetts to daytona beach florida 1260 miles one
way towing a motorcycle on a trailer and 2 weeks worth of camping equipment
and it was very comfortable, no problems.. got 15-16 mpg and id say we had
2000lbs worth of stuff.
Big mouth shit.
Thank you for an honest review.
Does that mean there will be more updated ones made in AUS if its canceled
in the US?
FJ Nation. Smooth ride, Off-Road fun, Dependability
at 5:55 – 6:00 – that’s exactly how i feel when i drive my FJ.
more elephant less ugly truck… jhahaha nah the trucks still pretty cool
Im starting to like this guys reviews.
If u want more inside space just bought a Prado or a 4runner. It got the
same suspension and platform, just longer frame. And all the aftermarket
parts fit all these trucks :)
after a while you get used to the strange body shape, i guess its all in
point of view. btw. i picked up an 81 Toyota sr5 with the round headlights
with the stock paint and decals on it for $1,350 looks in good condition,
not badly rusted, and the engine only has around 90,000 miles. doing a
rebuild atm. Best part is that it has the original Trussed Toyota axles!
llol might be cancled in usa but not aus soz americans
very nice test!! Here in Italy FJ did not have much success only because of
the engine…. 4.0 gasoline engine is not affordable here, but if Toyota
will ever decide to put the 3.0 diesel of the Land Cruiser Prado I’m sure
they will sell a lot and not just here in Italy but in the whole Europe
He so wanted to hate the fj but couldn’t, lol!
Until you break an axle and get stranded.
Its on a landcruiser chassis, the only thing bad about the FJCruiser is the
name and the ugly body.
Saffer lving in Texas and bought the ’13 4 months ago. Absolutely love it!
Went wheeling today at bridgeport tx ohv. I want to see this thing RIP up
Hi, could you do a proper off-road test on a Nissan Terrano II 2.7
Turbo-diesel? It would be nice to see some good (past 2000) low price 4×4
(accessible for the main public) get tested. It’s made with some parts of
the Patrol. It is heavy used in the iberic peninsula because it’s easily
available in the second hand market, it’s reliable and is really tough for
it’s construction. Beside that it only consumes 10l/100km. Wich gets you
700km (roughly) with one tank.
FJ Cruiser one of the best offroad cars have made
Honest gentleman. Superb review. Awesome!
I hope it is false
However, Toyota Australia spokesman Stephen Coughlan says the FJ will still
be available in 2014, and that the company has no plans to discontinue it
locally. “We have no plans to discontinue the FJ Cruiser here in
Australia,” he says. Advertisement “We have no termination date for that
model,” he says, stating that because it’s sourced from Japan, the decision
to cancel the off-roader in the US – if that is indeed the case – has no
effect on Australia retaining it as part of its lineup.
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