2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
The Toyota FJ Cruiser has been one of the better selling SUVs that are designed for rough terrain driving. The FJ Cruiser has one of the best handling, suspension, and traction systems available. The safety features that come standard with all trim levels of the SUV are good enough to give all drivers enough comfort to take the vehicle off the beaten path. What surprises many drivers about the FJ Cruiser is the towing capacity. The FJ Cruiser may only come with a 4.0-liter engine, which produces about 260 horsepower, but the torque and towing capacity is impressive. The FJ Cruiser can tow over 5,000 pounds and produces around 270 pound feet of torque.
While the 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser contains many of the same features that it did in previous years, some safety features have been enhanced over the past couple years to make the FJ Cruiser easier to driver. One of the most common complaints over the FJ Cruiser was over the large blind spot that is created due to its boxier frame. Due reduce the risks associated with the blind spot, Toyota has installed an options rear camera. This rear camera can help reduce the blind spot while a driver is on the highway or when they are trying to back their car out of a spot.
In conclusion, the 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser will once again be a popular choice for those consumers which are looking for a SUV which can excel in off-road situations. The SUV has excellent storage and towing capacity and handling good enough to handle any situation regardless of terrain or weather.