$21,990
$21,990
2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Zoom Trucks
Phone: 9169369666
2305 Fulton Ave, Sacramento CA 95825

Specs

Ext Color Silver Engine 4.0L V6
Int Color Black VIN JTEBU11F670015825
Mileage 201010 Transmission Automatic
Body Style SUV Drivetrain Four Wheel Drive
Stock ID Z2189 Doors 4 Doors
Fuel Gas    

Features

Safety

Power Door Locks Traction Control

Seat

Child Seat

Windows

Power Windows

Additional Features

Air Filtration Compass Child Seat Anchors Stability Control Front Suspension Classification: Independent

Other

Front air conditioning Front air conditioning zones: single Airbag deactivation: occupant sensing passenger Front airbags: dual Antenna type: mast In-Dash CD: single disc Radio: AM/FM Total speakers: 6 ABS: 4-wheel Braking assist Electronic brakeforce distribution Front brake diameter: 12.6 Front brake type: ventilated disc Rear brake diameter: 12.3 Rear brake type: ventilated disc Floor material: rubber/vinyl Cargo area light Cupholders: front Power outlet(s): 12V front Power steering: variable/speed-proportional Steering wheel: tilt Storage: front seatback Liftgate window: manual flip-up Rear door type: side-hinged 4WD selector: manual hi-lo 4WD type: part time Axle ratio: 3.91 Running boards: step Clock Gauge: tachometer Warnings and reminders: low fuel level Side mirror adjustments: manual Rear seatbelts: center 3-point Seatbelt force limiters: front Seatbelt pretensioners: front Driver seat manual adjustments: height Front headrests: adjustable Front seat type: bucket Passenger seat manual adjustments: 4 Rear headrests: adjustable Rear seat folding: split Rear seat type: removable split-bench Upholstery: premium cloth 2-stage unlocking doors Front shock type: gas Front spring type: coil Front stabilizer bar Front struts Front suspension type: double wishbone Rear shock type: gas Rear spring type: coil Rear stabilizer bar Rear suspension classification: solid live axle Rear suspension type: multi-link Spare tire mount location: outside Spare tire size: full-size matching Spare wheel cover: hard shell Spare wheel type: steel Tire prefix: P Tire type: all terrain Wheels: steel Front wipers: intermittent Window defogger: rear

Standard Equipment

Description

Features and Extras:
-TRD Package with Limited.
-Rear Locking Differential.
-Roof Rack.
-Premium Sound.
-CD Changer.
-Oversize Offroad Wheels and Tires.
-Front and Rear Leveling kit.
-Higher Ground clearance.
-Completely gone through engine with new tune up, newly installed timing gears and chain and a fresh set of maintenance including all the seals and gasket and thermostat.
-New upper control arms.
-New brakes.
-New Tires.
When we talk about the true big daddies on the SUV scene, the Toyota Land Cruiser is near the top of our list. Toyota sold more than a million of the quintessential two-door wagons known as the FJ40 worldwide beginning in 1960, and more than 300,000 Land Cruisers have found U.S. buyers since. Many FJ40s still see abusive service in the roughest parts of the world, even though Toyota hasn't built them since 1983. In less than a year, a newly distinctive offspring of that iconic FJ40 will start appearing on-and off-roads around the country. It will be called the FJ Cruiser so that Toyota still can offer the slow-selling flagship Land Cruiser, which has strayed far from the Jeep-like FJ40 Land Cruiser in its hugeness and plushness. Based on 4Runner underpinnings, the production FJ Cruiser is remarkably unchanged from the well-received and highly cartoonish concept that debuted at the 2003 Detroit auto show. Toyota revealed the exterior prototype of the production vehicle at this year's Chicago show in February, hailing it as a return to the roots of SUVs. "If you look at the SUV segment, it has really morphed and evolved over the years, and in a lot of ways, it has lost its original DNA," James Lentz, Toyota group vice president of marketing, told us. "They've become multiperson passenger vehicles. This vehicle really takes a step back toward the heritage of Toyota with the old FJ40 and the heritage of the original SUV." Four-wheel-drive FJ Cruisers should be quite solid off-road; rear-wheel drive will be standard. While it measures eleven inches shorter than a 4Runner, its wheelbase is shortened by only four inches, which should result in good departure and approach angles. An available locking rear differential and the standard 4.0-liter V-6, rated at 245 hp and 282 lb-ft of torque, also will aid in rock-crawling adventures. That V-6 shares its four-liter displacement with two other small SUVs that Lentz notes as likely competitors to the FJ: the Nissan Xterra, which shares exterior dimensions very close to the FJ's, and the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. The Xterra's V-6 has an advantage of 20 hp and 2 lb-ft, while the Rubicon's ancient straight six gives up 55 hp and 47 lb-ft to the Toyota. The original FJ40, a smidge smaller and taller than a modern-day base Wrangler, never got more than 135 hp and 210 lb-ft out of its inline six. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 4WD, 4X4, TRD, TRD PRO, TRD OFFROAD, TRD SPORT, 2WD, FWD, RWD, AXLE, LOCKING, ROCK CROWLER, ROCK CROWLING, ROCK CROWLER, LIFTED, LEVELED, SHORT BED, LONG BED, EXT CAB, CREW CAB, GRIZZLYOVERLAND, Dana.