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    Default Anyone seen one of these yet?

    Toyota is rolling out a successor to their Land Cruiser -- called the F-J Cruiser and it looks pretty amazing. Anyone seen one in person yet?

    Mark

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    Saw it at the auto show when it was just a prototype, saw it at this years autoshow. I am planning on purchasing one when they are released. They are also planning on releasing a Moab edition this summer I think, which is a factory offroad edition.

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    Default I want one too!

    Quote Originally Posted by LA Native
    Saw it at the auto show when it was just a prototype, saw it at this years autoshow. I am planning on purchasing one when they are released. They are also planning on releasing a Moab edition this summer I think, which is a factory offroad edition.
    If you look at the link referenced above and click on "The F-J Bulletin" and then open the Rubicon Field Report and read it... you will be amazed at what they did to get a stock F-J down Rubicon -- it took some professional drivers and spotters, but it still happened. The best part, they keep talking about keeping the price in the low to mid-20's. Yehaw!

    Mark

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    I've seen the pictures of the FJ on the rubicon, there's another site with a lot more pictures of the trip, I'll see if i can find the link again. Made it through with no damage! There's also some good video of the FJ on the edmunds site and here

    http://www.autonetwork.com/

    Before you get too excited about the low 20's base price, like all toyota's, it is gonna be for a bare bones stripped down version. If you opt for 4wd and offroad extras, you're easily looking at $30K+, very close to the 4runner cost. Especially since they're going to be selling for MSRP for at least the first year. I want to wait for the special edition coming out (plus there's rumor of a removable hardtop in the future?), but I still might put down a deposit just to get my name on the waiting list for a test drive. Now my FJ40 can have a baby brother!

    Lot of good info here

    www.fjcruiserforums.com

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