2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser
91,105 Miles
$24,995

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51,707 Miles
$28,400

Palm Coast, FL
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49,828 Miles
$29,988

North Dartmouth, MA
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2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser
23,004 Miles
$36,950

Amarillo, TX
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47,529 Miles
$32,990

Portland, OR
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42,709 Miles
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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser
142,149 Miles
$14,995

South Brunswick Township, NJ
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2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser
55,310 Miles
$31,999

East Stroudsburg, PA
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2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser
39,865 Miles
$37,555

Riverton, WY
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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser
80,433 Miles
$17,937

Merrimack, NH
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78,474 Miles
$27,998

Staunton, VA
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48,566 Miles
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2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser
98,709 Miles
$18,977

Naperville, IL
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2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser
73,809 Miles
$28,502

Omaha, NE
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48,467 Miles
$33,950

Amarillo, TX
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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser
65,823 Miles
$17,433

Chicago, IL
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2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser
11,745 Miles
$38,498

Concord, CA
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2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser
106,758 Miles
$18,499

Anchorage, AK
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2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser
54,973 Miles
$24,988

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55,576 Miles
$31,977

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Toyota FJ Cruiser Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
10 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.6
Performance
4.8
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.1
Reliability
4.8

Toyota FJ Cruiser Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser - Awesome Toyota FJ Cruiser

JE
Lakewood, Colorado
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
When I bought the FJ; I was looking for a secondary vehicle to my Toyota Camry and a vehicle that could handle Minnesota winters on my lengthy (80 miles of rural driving) daily commute. In Minnesota, winter can start in October and last all the way into April. Temperatures can drop to 20 below and it is not uncommon to get 6 to 12 inches of snow from a storm. The FJ has gone through it all. It has started right up after sitting outside all night in minus 20 degree weather. Driven through blizzards where visibility was less than 1/8 of a mile. Busted right through three foot high snowdrifts and easily drives through 12 to18 inch deep snow. The heater and defrosts are excellent, a must for winter driving, with the interior being comfortable within five to ten minutes. I have upgraded t... (more)
Story
Last winter we had an unusually heavy snowfall and rather than sticking to the main highways for my commute; I would be hopping off on every back-country gravel road I could find so I could bust through a seemingly endless series of snow drifts.
Pros
1) Being over 6'4", I have never felt cramped in this vehicle. I have had some people complain about the high step of getting into the vehicle, but then again I didn't buy the vehicle for them. I have no problem getting in or out of the vehicle. I have plenty of headroom inside the cab and have never hit my head on the ceiling, even when going over bumps. 2) The FJ has gone through just about everything that I have thrown at it; snow, ice, high water, mud, steep grades, off-roading. 3) The interior is fairly simple, yet easy to keep clean. The floors are rubber coated and the seats are wa... (more)
Cons
1) The vehicle gets a little over 20 miles per gallon, so it is not ideal for a casual commuter. 2) It would be nice if there was more length in the interior space, it is just a little too short for trying to get a 10 foot piece of lumber inside. 3) When the back seats are laid down, they don't lay flat and even with the back storage area. I have on occasion slept in the back of the vehicle when out camping or on long road trips and it is hard to find a comfortable position for sleeping due to a ridge and angle of incline. 4) The vehicle also has blind spots. 5) The roof has a slight cur... (more)

2009 Toyota FJ Cruiser - NO ROADS NEEDED

JM
Hesperia, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
This SUV/Truck was great for me as a snowboarder. There were many days when I would go up the mountain with no chains or anything in 4wd of course and would never get stuck even if I had to go off the road into some deep snow (3-4 feet). I pulled people out of ditches all the time with it no problem too. It was really fun to drive, but had bad aerodynamics on the freeway in high crosswind and the windshield was very vertical straight up and down so it chipped and cracked a lot from rocks flinged up from semis. Mileage was OK for a truck I suppose. Back seat had very little room for passengers legs but most of the time I had the seats folded down anyway to carry my snowboards back there cause I was to lazy to put them on the roof. Pretty comfy and good ride and sound system. Blind spots... (more)
Story
Yea alot of times people would request that I drive them home from snowboarding in this thing cause they knew I could get down the mountain fast and go around anyone that was stuck and had a good stereo.
Pros
Excellent 4wd gear ratio's for stock truck and even weight distribution over the wheels. Good stock sound system. Decent amount of space when back seats were folded down to carry things or fall asleep back there for a quick nap. Good gas mileage and cheap parts. Reliable and FUN to drive.
Cons
Windshield is too flat (straight up and down vertical) so any rocks that get flinged up don't chip but usually CRACK the windshield so you need to replace it a couple times a year if you're a daily freeway driver (semis). Aerodynamics weren't very good so in heavy winds you have to drive very carefully and get worse gas mileage. Back seats do not have enough leg room.

2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser - SUV that can go anywhere!

Melanie
Denver, Colorado
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
Initially I thought the FJ Cruiser was a funny looking SUV, but now that I've had it and it runs so well, I love the way it looks as a vehicle. I'm able to go anywhere and handle any type of weather due to the great four-wheel drive feature. I've also been in crazy traffic and was able to go over a rocky dirt road to avoid sitting in traffic with everyone else. I bet those people wished they had my FJ Cruiser when I sped off and left them to sit there for an hour. It also has a lot of power. I love how I never worry getting onto a highway. I can speed up and get on with no trouble. It's also a solid car. I never have maintenance issues or have any breakdowns. I got this SUV when it was only seven years old! You would think I would have to do a lot of maintenance but I don't. That's al... (more)
Story
We were stuck on this two lane highway surrounded by rocks and dirt, and we were sitting in traffic. My husband decided he didn't want to sit in traffic anymore and turned off the highway and went off roading. We left all those people behind sitting in traffic. It was definitely a lot of fun.
Pros
Reliability. Horse power. Four-wheel drive. Lots of cargo space.
Cons
It has suicide doors so people sitting in the back cannot let themselves out. It has pretty large blind spot because of the way the windows are. The gas mileage isn't that great. I feel like on long trips I've filling up the tank a lot.

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