Toyota FJ Cruiser

Toyota FJ Cruiser

We've been holding off on writing about the FJ Cruiser until we test drove one, but it seems they're sold out at every Toyota dealer nearby. So, we're just going to highlight it here before it becomes really old news. The FJ Cruiser (starting at $21,700) is one of the few SUVs with a suspension and frame system that was actually created for real off-road use. Combine that with a spectacularly progressive design that looks nearly identical to the original concept, and you've got the coolest thing on four wheels that isn't afraid of a little dirt.

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