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Toyota adds retro-excitement to its line-up, but will it work?
Toyota South Africa Motors has launched its FJ Cruiser, the latest addition to its extended local 4×4 range. Equipped with a 4,0-litre V6 petrol engine (200 kW/380 N.m), the FJ is available only with a five-speed automatic gearbox.
No longer can we mumble about boring shapes, interiors and a lack of excitement from Toyota while regurgitating the undisputed (and much more important) virtues of inherent quality and unrivaled reliability of this world leader’s models. Why? The reason is the FJ Cruiser, which forms part of the famous Land Cruiser family. Now finally available in right-hand-drive form, this cruiser in the real sense of the term has emerged from the dreadful catastrophes in Japan and reached our shores. So what is all the fuss about?
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Land Cruiser nameplate, Toyota has announced it will launch the striking FJ Cruiser, which it showed at the Nampo Harvest Day in the Free State, in our market in August.