The Toyota FJ Cruiser is the most capable of all Toyotas when the pavement gives way to gravel, sand and...
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The 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser is built to last and built to roam, for the adventurous outdoor types who love to take on challenges nature has to offer. From tough terrains, to muddy slides this car is built to survive and endure rough climates with lots of features for those who love gadgets, great gas mileage made for travels which I've used for monthly camping trips to the mountains. The Pros begin with the front and rear mudguards, bumpers with metallic trim, two main access doors( two preliminary access doors), 17-inch wheels and skid plates located on the engine and front suspensions. It has a pleasurable stick shift for an easy incline on mountain terrains. A fold-down rear seat is built to pack tents, sleeping bags, covers, blankets, ice chests, any and all necessities for the outside in the spacious trunk. The cons all depends on taste and preference. While other travel vehicles like the Jeep Cherokee, or other SUVS are more appealing in look and space, the FJ Cruiser falls short on accessibility with only a two door main access and limited amounts of space for its 5 allotted indoor passengers. The height of the vehicle causes difficult entry much like bulky vehicles such as the Hummer. This SUV is specifically for terrain travels and would be an annoyance to those driving on main roads due to the noise of the engine. All in all, a good choice for those wanting to heighten their experience for a camping or mountain trip.
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