Toyota Motor Corporation is one of the leading car manufacturers in the world nowadays. This company is a multinational conglomerate considered as the world’s second biggest automaker based in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. It is renowned for its automobiles, buses, trucks and even robots. It ranks as the world’s eighth biggest company in terms of revenue. The Toyota Financial Services trades financing and involves in other business. Scion and Lexus are vehicle brands owned by Toyota. Also, it owns most ventures in Hino and Daihatsu and a portion of Fuji Heavy Industries, the maker of Subaru autos.
Among the products manufactured by Toyota, the automobile are among the famous ones, specifically the SUVs. One of its most common SUVs is the Toyota FJ Cruiser. This Toyota model is a retro-designed compact Sports Utility Vehicle launched at the 2003 Chicago Auto Show and eventually in production appearance at the North American International Auto Show. In 2006, the Toyota FJ Cruiser was in the market as a 2007 model based on the Land Cruiser Prado platform with featured style similar to the FJ Series Land Cruisers from the 1960s. FJ Cruisers makes and models are built in Hamura, Japan. It was not supposed to be for production but there was a huge consumer response so it was introduced in the market in the early 2006.
The Toyota FJ Cruiser is equipped with optimum performance parts and accessories. Its engine makes use of a 4.0 L with VVT-I paced at 239 horsepower (178 kW) at 5200 rpm. The engine used the FJ Cruiser is the same kind of engine used in the 4Runner and Tacoma. Its drive train included a 5-speed A750E automatic transmission on rear-wheel drive models, a 6-speed RA61F manual transmission with VF4B transfer case and limited slip differential on full-time 4x4 models and a 5-speed automatic transmission with VF2A transfer case. Among its other features are the double-wishbone front suspension and stabilizer bar along with a 4-link rear suspension with lateral rod with coil springs and stabilizer bar. It also used the power-assisted 4-piston front/2-piston rear ventilated disc brakes with Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist. The Toyota Racing Development (TRD) manufactured a limited-production “TRD Special Edition” FJ Cruiser made up of TRD performance exhaust, suspension components and air filter. This special edition is available in an all black paint finish, black roof and gunmetal gray wheels.
Owning a Toyota FJ Cruiser also means proper maintenance. All of its parts are vital for its overall performance. Regular check-ups should be done together with on-time repair and replacement to prevent malfunction or damage. If in case you need replacement, you can come at Partstrain. We offer quality replacement parts like door, door handle, mirrors, towing mirror and other parts. Just browse through our online catalogue and select the best parts that suit your Toyota FJ Cruiser.