I traded my Camry Hybrid in for my FJ and have no regrets.
My decision was simply because I needed something that can tote hockey gear one weekend, camping the next, take the dogs and boys to the beach and than a nice trip antique shopping.
Wish I had my FJ when my boys were younger and spilling their red slushes and smashing food on the floor.
They are a little older now and don't care climbing in and out of the back seat.
We have a 4runner, z71 and a cj5 and the FJ is the one we take for family outtings.
I was learning towards a Sequoia at first, but found it to be too fancy and I wanted something that can get dirty and clean up easy.
One of my favorite features is, no carpet!
Normally after a day of hiking, I have to spend a good hour vacuming the mud and sand out.
3 windshield wipers is just cool and worth a mention.
It is not high tech, but we don't care; I navigation systems, bluetooths and DVD players annoying and a waste of money.
We had them in previous vehicles and never used them.
Sunroof would be a fun option, additional av adaptors for all the gatchets, one doesn't cut it.
Center console have a lid!
Vanity mirrors with lights.
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