Purchased my 2011 FJ Cruiser early spring and have put almost 9,000 miles on it to date.
Coming from a 2002 4Runner, the FJ is a lot more roomy and comfortable.
I live on a dirt road and the FJ glides over the rough sections giving a very smooth, quiet and comfortable ride - better than my wife's 2011 Subaru Outback.
My FJ has the upgraded sound system with sub in back - great sound and way too loud if I turn it up.
The FJ has handled everything I've asked of it without issue.
MPG running around 19 city, 21 highway at 75-80 mph.
I have had no issues with it and don't expect to if it is like all the other Toyota's I've owned.
My one improvement would be a power roll down rear window.
Lacks nothing I need.
Great leg room for tall drivers.
Roll down rear window - workaround is opening the window and placing a spring snap hook between the window and lock.
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