Heavy-duty Toyota FJ Cruiser 2006-2018 Bumper Kits
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Aftermarket Toyota FJ Cruiser 2006-2018 Bumper Kits
The Toyota FJ Cruiser is a rugged, mid-size off-road SUV that was produced from 2006 to 2018. It brought together the traditional styling of the classic tundra-treading FJ40 Land Cruiser with contemporary features, engineering, and design. For over a decade, Toyota’s FJ Cruiser provided an efficient, reliable, and inexpensive way for adventure-minded drivers to explore nature.
The FJ Cruiser was designed with off-road capability in mind, delivering generous ground clearance, optimal approach, breakover, and departure angles, and a robust suspension system featuring double-wishbone front suspension and a 4-link rear suspension. Additionally, many models were equipped with a 4WD system that included multiple traction modes for optimal performance in different terrain, as well as an A-TRAC system for maximum low-speed traction.
The FJ Cruiser was first released in 2006 and featured a different look from its predecessor, the FJ40. Though maintaining many of the classic contours of the FJ40, the FJ Cruiser was much wider and had a unique combination of rectangular, angular, and curved lines along with a removable roof panel.
Under the hood, the FJ Cruiser was powered by an iron-block 4.0-liter V6 engine and a 5-speed automatic transmission. The engine produced 239 horsepower, which was more than enough to conquer most off-road trails, while the transmission allowed for smooth shifts and driver control.
Safety was also paramount in the design of the FJ Cruiser, with a full suite of airbags and active safety measures, including Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), and Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) to provide better control and stability in dangerous situations.
At the time of its introduction, Toyota marketed the FJ Cruiser as having “modern luxury” features, which included an eight-speaker audio system, leather-appointed interior appointments, and Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calling. Other features included satellite radio, a power moonroof, heated mirrors, and dual-zone climate control.
In 2010, Toyota released a redesigned version of the FJ Cruiser, which featured a revised suspension, improved brakes, and a tweaked electronic stability system, as well as a few minor exterior updates.
From 2006 through 2018, the Toyota FJ Cruiser garnered a cult-like following with its combination of classic styling, modern amenities, and rugged off-road capability, which made it a favorite among adventurous drivers. Although production has since been discontinued, the FJ Cruiser continues to be a popular choice for outdoor enthusiasts.