2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser Reviews

For 2011, the Toyota FJ Cruiser receives minor equipment changes, including upgraded standard audio system and better access to the rear seat, plus folding headrests for rear seat passengers.

Introduction
Rear-seat ingress and egress is also awkward. As midsize SUVs go, the
2011 FJ Cruiser has formidable competition. The 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser is a midsize SUV with standard-size front doors and smaller, rear-hinge half doors. Options include a Convenience package that offers keyless entry, power side mirrors, cruise control, rear privacy glass, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a rearview camera.

The TRD package includes 16-inch alloy wheels, all-terrain tires and off-road-biased suspension tuning. The All Terrain package (available on 4WD models) includes Bilstein shocks, a locking rear differential, active traction control and the additional gauges of the Upgrade package. FJs with manual transmissions are only available with a full-time four-wheel-drive system; models with automatic transmissions come with either two-wheel drive or a part-time 4WD system.

Safety
Standard safety features include stability control, traction control, antilock disc brakes, front-seat side airbags and rollover-sensing side curtain airbags. The
Toyota FJ Cruiser has not been rated using the government's new, more strenuous 2011 crash-testing procedures. In side-impact testing, front and rear passenger protection received five stars.

Front visibility is also less than optimal due to the FJ's high hood line.

With the rear seats folded, 67 cubic feet of cargo space is created.

The
2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser is in its element when off-road. Notably, the FJ does not require premium fuel.


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