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Used Toyota FJ Cruiser in Dulles, VA for Sale

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2012 Toyota
FJ Cruiser

$26,899* 62K miles
CarMax Ellicott City
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
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Location: CarMax Ellicott City in Ellicott City, Maryland 21043
Description: Used 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser for sale - $26,899, 62,727 miles with Convenience Package, 4WD/AWD, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Running Boards
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.8 reviews) This SUV will take you anywhere and in any type of weather. I live in the Rockies and travel on twisty dirt mountain roads and highways in snowstorms & hailstorms and this SUV has never failed to get me to my destination. This SUV is ruggedly built and I love all the retro styling and easy cleaning inside. This vehicle is fund to drive and my dogs love riding in the Cruiser too.

2008 Toyota
FJ Cruiser

$18,998* 96K miles
CarMax Greenville NC
$149 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
$149 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
Key Features
Location: CarMax Greenville NC in Greenville, North Carolina 28590
Description: Used 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser for sale - $18,998, 96,440 miles with Convenience Package, Parking Sensors, Tow Hitch, Running Boards, Auxiliary Audio Input, Cruise Control
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.621 reviews) My husband and I bought our FJ in July 2006. It is the absolute BEST vehicle I have ever owned!!! I am the primary driver for this vehicle. When I was looking for the right SUV I compared the FJ to the H3, Jeep liberty and the Xterra. After looking at a side by side comparison of interior space, features and capabilities on all of the SUV's I decided to test drive the FJ. I had already driven all of the other SUV's on my list but put off driving the FJ because it just seemed too good to be true and I was afraid to have my dream bubble burst when I drove it (I thought it would drive like a Jeep Wrangler probably because I wanted one terribly when I was a teenager and when I finally got the money together to buy my first car the test drive was a disappointment to say the least). Of course, I fell in love the minute I started driving the FJ. Some great points: *I like the big dashboard with a flat windshield...It keeps the sun off of both myself and the interior making summers easier. *I got the package with a subwoofer and really put to use the Ipod auxillary jack. *My GPS fits perfectly next to the rearview mirror without obstructing my view making it easy to follow directions and keep an eye on what's behind me. *The interior is beyond easy to keep clean with the water resistant set up (I had no trouble cleaning up a little accident one of my smaller dogs made, something that would not have been so successful with traditional interior). *It is great for families with large breed dogs, my 120 lb. Great Dane actually likes to use the back seat instead of the cargo area with the seats down and has no trouble getting in and out even though he is almost 13 years old. (make sure you get the runners) *I have a 2 year old and this vehicle has kept the sun off of her and any messes she makes a breeze to clean up. *The turn radius is incredible. I cannot tell you how often I've had passengers exclaim over it. *Everyone I let drive this vehicle starts talking about when they will get one, even my mother who told me she thought it was too large for her...then drove it and couldn't stop talking about how easy it was to drive. *It is great for road trips. We crammed 4 adults and a baby into it, loaded the cargo area and never even used the roof rack for a 2 day drive...we all had fun and I didn't cry when I tried to clean it out because it was easy to clean. (there is something kinda fun about taking this truck on a roadtrip, it makes you feel you can go anywhere) *It handles beautifully in all weather conditions, including floods. I have tested snow, rain (of biblical proportions), ice and floods with no problem. Some downsides: (yes, I know but I gotta be fair) *The plastic interior on the doors really does seem to scratch too easily. *The only thing I didn't like when I bought it was the fact that no sunroof option is offered. *You MUST make sure to get the rear sensor for backing up...all SUV's are dangerous due to their blind spots and the FJ's rear "sonar" alarm is a lifesaver. *The suicide doors are fun but beware people who cannot park and don't leave you much room. I have still managed to do ok regardless. *My final thing that is absolutely important to remember is the flat windshied isn't just annoying because it is some type of bug suicide zone (much worse than a traditional windshield) but you HAVE to watch for those annoying rocks that seem to come out of nowhere. The flat windshield makes it more likely to sustain damage instead of the rock glancing off. This windshield is NOT cheap to replace and the windshield repair companies are not all that experienced with this new vehicle either. My morning commute reminds me of a game of asteroid as I carefully scan for incoming rocks to avoid (Big trucks always seem to be hiding a few and dump trucks are the devils work!). Well, as you can see. I love my FJ. Just test drive one and you'll see for yourself...

Reviews for Toyota FJ Cruiser

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(153 reviews)

Great Buy

The FJ Cruiser is everything I hoped for when I bought it.

- EagleMtnGuy, 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

I adore my FJ Cruiser!!!

My husband and I bought our FJ in July 2006. It is the absolute BEST vehicle I have ever owned!!! I am the primary driver for this vehicle. When I was looking for the right SUV I compared the FJ to the H3, Jeep liberty and the Xterra. After looking at a side by side comparison of interior space, features and capabilities on all of the SUV's I decided to test drive the FJ. I had already driven all of the other SUV's on my list but put off driving the FJ because it just seemed too good to be true and I was afraid to have my dream bubble burst when I drove it (I thought it would drive like a Jeep Wrangler probably because I wanted one terribly when I was a teenager and when I finally got the money together to buy my first car the test drive was a disappointment to say the least). Of course, I fell in love the minute I started driving the FJ. Some great points: *I like the big dashboard with a flat windshield...It keeps the sun off of both myself and the interior making summers easier. *I got the package with a subwoofer and really put to use the Ipod auxillary jack. *My GPS fits perfectly next to the rearview mirror without obstructing my view making it easy to follow directions and keep an eye on what's behind me. *The interior is beyond easy to keep clean with the water resistant set up (I had no trouble cleaning up a little accident one of my smaller dogs made, something that would not have been so successful with traditional interior). *It is great for families with large breed dogs, my 120 lb. Great Dane actually likes to use the back seat instead of the cargo area with the seats down and has no trouble getting in and out even though he is almost 13 years old. (make sure you get the runners) *I have a 2 year old and this vehicle has kept the sun off of her and any messes she makes a breeze to clean up. *The turn radius is incredible. I cannot tell you how often I've had passengers exclaim over it. *Everyone I let drive this vehicle starts talking about when they will get one, even my mother who told me she thought it was too large for her...then drove it and couldn't stop talking about how easy it was to drive. *It is great for road trips. We crammed 4 adults and a baby into it, loaded the cargo area and never even used the roof rack for a 2 day drive...we all had fun and I didn't cry when I tried to clean it out because it was easy to clean. (there is something kinda fun about taking this truck on a roadtrip, it makes you feel you can go anywhere) *It handles beautifully in all weather conditions, including floods. I have tested snow, rain (of biblical proportions), ice and floods with no problem. Some downsides: (yes, I know but I gotta be fair) *The plastic interior on the doors really does seem to scratch too easily. *The only thing I didn't like when I bought it was the fact that no sunroof option is offered. *You MUST make sure to get the rear sensor for backing up...all SUV's are dangerous due to their blind spots and the FJ's rear "sonar" alarm is a lifesaver. *The suicide doors are fun but beware people who cannot park and don't leave you much room. I have still managed to do ok regardless. *My final thing that is absolutely important to remember is the flat windshied isn't just annoying because it is some type of bug suicide zone (much worse than a traditional windshield) but you HAVE to watch for those annoying rocks that seem to come out of nowhere. The flat windshield makes it more likely to sustain damage instead of the rock glancing off. This windshield is NOT cheap to replace and the windshield repair companies are not all that experienced with this new vehicle either. My morning commute reminds me of a game of asteroid as I carefully scan for incoming rocks to avoid (Big trucks always seem to be hiding a few and dump trucks are the devils work!). Well, as you can see. I love my FJ. Just test drive one and you'll see for yourself...

- Girl with the VooDoo Blue Truck, 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Favorite Car Ever

This SUV will take you anywhere and in any type of weather. I live in the Rockies and travel on twisty dirt mountain roads and highways in snowstorms & hailstorms and this SUV has never failed to get me to my destination. This SUV is ruggedly built and I love all the retro styling and easy cleaning inside. This vehicle is fund to drive and my dogs love riding in the Cruiser too.

- JJ Hill, 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser

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