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IntelliChoice rated the 2007 Toyota FJ "Excellent" for its predicted five-year cost of ownership, so the little-changed 2008 FJ should follow that trend. The FJ Cruiser evokes fond memories of a tough-as-nails truck, though now buyers get amenities that make it a bit more civilized. The combination of Toyota's bomb-proof 4.0L V6, rugged off-road capabilities with 9.6 inches of clearance, surprisingly good highway presence, comfortable interior, and competitive pricing make the FJ Cruiser a smart alternative to offerings from Jeep and Hummer.
2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser Trims
RWD 4dr Auto (Natl) MSRP: $23,045.00
RWD 4dr Auto (GS) MSRP: $23,045.00
RWD 4dr Auto (SE) MSRP: $23,045.00
4WD 4dr Man (Natl) MSRP: $24,225.00
4WD 4dr Man (GS) MSRP: $24,225.00
4WD 4dr Man (SE) MSRP: $24,225.00
4WD 4dr Auto (Natl) MSRP: $24,635.00
4WD 4dr Auto (GS) MSRP: $24,635.00
4WD 4dr Auto (SE) MSRP: $24,635.00
2008 FJ Cruiser Changes
The 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser is little changed from the 2007 debut model. In the realm of safety, side air bags and side curtain air bags are now standard equipment. Gone is the TRD Special Edition, though much of its beefy equipment has been integrated into the new Trail Teams Special Edition, a truck limited to 3,200 units, which gets an exclusive Iceberg White paint job with black trim. Black Cherry Pearl exterior paint has been discontinued, though Brick Red and Sandstorm have been added. Pricing across the range climbed about $500.
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