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It's a typo. That's the specs for the 2.4L 4 cyl. The 3.2L specs should be 271 hp, 239 lb·ft.
So, you are gay? They look like the ultimate chick truck. They might be fine offroad, but I would take a Jeep over that POS any day. Are you also considering a Ridgeline too?
There's a time and a place for everything and it's called college.
With two half doors, I wouldn't call an FJ family friendly.
I bought an FJ Cruiser a few months ago. Definitely a unique (some would say ugly) vehicle. It is not for everyone. I wanted something with a manual transmission (which eliminates a lot of new vehicles), high safety ratings, reliable, good resale value, and out-of-the-box off-road capability. The FJ meets all those needs.
It does have it flaws for sure. Awful gas mileage (15/18). Rear visibility is terrible, but new models come standard with a back-up camera. The interior is minimalist, but functional. It is nice however to be able to essentially hose-out your vehicle.
Overall, I am very happy with it. It is a billy goat off-road and the all-time 4WD (on manuals trans) is great in snowy/wet conditions.
ghost's new ride.
When a horse learns to buy martinis, I'll learn to like horses.
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