2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

If you are interested in the 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser, this is your last chance. Reports from the Japanese automaker is that this will be the final year this retro style, off road oriented SUV will be available.

Reminiscent of the late 1950 FJ40, the FJ Cruiser made its debut in 2007. More than 100,000 have been sold in North America between 2007 and 2008.2014-Toyota-FJ-Cruiser-on-the-move-A


General Info
Vehicle Type: SUV Base Price: $ 27,130
Fuel Tank Capacity: 19 gals (72 L) Miles Per Gallon: 16 city / 20 hwy
Length: 183.9 in. (467.1 cm) Wheel Base: 105.9 in. (268.9 cm)
Height: 71.3 in. (181.1 cm) Width: 75 in. (190.5 cm)
Curb Weight: 4079 lbs (1850 kg) Ground Clearance: 8.7 in. (22.1 cm)
Luggage Capacity: 27.9 cu ft Maximum Seating: 5 people
Engine: V6 DOHC w/ VVT-i Displacement: 4.0 Liter
Horsepower: 260 HP Max RPM: 5600 RPM
Torque: 271 lb-ft @4400 rpm Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic ECT-i
0-60 mph: NA Towing Capacity: 4700 lbs** (2132 kg)

* 4×2 AT Model
** with proper towing fixtures

Engine & Performance

Under the hood of the 2014 FJ Cruiser has a 4.0 liter V6 engine capable of generating 260 horsepower.

Rear wheel drive models come with a 5 speed automatic transmission, while all wheel drive models gives you the choice between the 5 automatic or a 6 speed manual.2014-Toyota-FJ-Cruiser-in-degrees-B


2014 continues to exhibit the theme of an old style SUV that when painted olive (Army Green) looks very much like a military vehicle. There are 6 available hues, all coming with a Dark Charcoal interior.

The roof is available in a contrasting white. Also on the roof, you will find a luggage rack affording extra stowage space.

The front features single round headlights framed by a grille which aids air flow from a center hood scoop. The amber directional signals are long and rectangular. A large reinforced bumper finishes off the front.

The side view finds rear hinged access doors allowing for easier entry to the backseat.
The rear is mainly made up of the huge spare tire mounted over the swing out tailgate.


The interior is basic as you might expect of a car made to navigate rugged terrain. The upholstery is water resistant while the backseats can be folded to a 60/40 configuration.

You also get power windows and door locks, A/C and a CD stereo. Options include a 6 CD changer and auxiliary gauges including one that meausres the outside temperature, vehicle pitch, and heading.

In any event, if the Cruiser is your choice over a Jeep Wrangler or Nissan Xterra, it starts at around $28,000.