2008 Toyota Fj Cruiser One Owner on 2040-cars
Mountlake Terrace, Washington, United States
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You will NOT find another FJ Like This!!! All reasonable offers considered!
Over $17,000 dollars in upgrades have been put into this beautiful, low mileage, BLACK, ON BLACK, ON BLACK Custom
2008 FJ Cruiser.
2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser
AM/FM 5 Disc CD Changer with Factory Premium Sound w/Subwoofer and MP3
Immaculate, adult owned, one owner vehicle has never been wrecked. Low mileage due to short trips to and from
Portland to Bend, Oregon. It has been in storage while not in use. Immaculately maintained.
Professionally Installed Modifications include:
TRD Headers and Catback Exhaust
3" Suspension Lift Kit
17" Eagle True Beadlock Wheels with Goodyear Wrangler MTR LT285/70R17 Tires,
LIKE NEW w/ Matching Spare Wheel w/Tire
Set of 4 stock wheels with new studded snow tires
Tubular Roof Rack
w/Four LED Light Bar
Warn Powerplant Dual Force 9500lb Winch w/Built-In Air Compressor
Warn Heavy Duty Winching Accessory Kit
Warn Front Powder Coated Steel Brush Guard Bumper
w/KC Fog Lights, Fairlead w/Flip Down License Plate
Warn Rear Powder Coated Steel Bumpers
w/Backup Sensors & "D" Rings
Warn Powder Coated Steel Rock Sliders
Black Custom Painted Top
3m Clearshield w/Front End, Headlamps, and Mirrors
LED Tail lamps
Window Vent Shades
Escort Passport Laser/Radar System
w/Front and Rear Sensors
Parrott CK3000 Evolution Blue Tooth
Class III Tow Hitch
Anodized Shift Knobs
Wet Okole Brand Waterproof Seat Covers
w/Armrest and Headrest Covers
Some minor scratches in headliner. No tire pressure monitors installed in aftermarket wheels.
Let our loss be your gain! Do not pass this vehicle up!
Toyota FJ Cruiser for Sale
Auto Services in Washington
Taylor Automotive ★★★★★
Tacoma Auto Removal ★★★★★
Skagit Mobile Repair ★★★★★
Auto blogWed, 29 Oct 2014
A few months back we reported on a dealership owner in Japan who was petitioning Toyota to make a luxury van. The problem, he reasoned, was that he couldn't take as many friends, colleagues and clients around with him in his Lexus LS, and his Toyota Alphard van wasn't luxurious enough. Well, it seems like he wasn't alone, and Toyota has listened.
The Japanese auto giant has just revealed the Esquire, a new luxury van designed with just such customers in mind. It's significantly smaller than the Sienna we get in America, smaller than the aforementioned Alphard and about the same size as (this writer's favorite) the JDM Noah van (on which we gather it's based). But what sets the Esquire apart is its upscale appearance.
The boxy van is distinguished by its dominant T-shaped chrome grille with a unique emblem that encompasses a shield, sword, "the collar of a gentleman's suit" and the letters Esq. The flank is characterized by a strong beltline with chrome lower window frame and an expansive greenhouse with tinted rear glass. Inside the flexible cabin you'll find accommodation for seven or eight passengers (depending on specification), synthetic leather upholstery and wood and metallic trim. There are even wheelchair-enabled models on offer as well.
We'd venture to guess that in recent years, there have probably been almost as many rumors swirling about a Toyota Supra successor than there have been for a mid-engine Corvette. (Case in point: the speculative renderings we came across a few years ago, pictured above.) While we don't expect the Corvette's recipe to change drastically any time soon, it looks like a Supra - or more appropriately a Supra-like car - could be closer than we think.
First, there was an announcement of a BMW-Toyota joint venture. Said venture would, among other things, "Set up a feasibility study to define a joint platform concept for a mid-size sports vehicle."
Upping chances even further, a new Automotive News report claims that incoming Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada wants a vehicle "comparable" to the Supra. Clearly there are a lot of parties that want a new Supra to happen - to say nothing of enthusiasts - but Uchiyamada might be just the guy to get it done. None of this is proof positive of an impending Supra, to be sure, but winds do seem favorable.
With the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon set to arrive in dealers in the near future, it's high time Toyota got to work on a replacement for the Tacoma, a vehicle whose present generation debuted in the middle of the Bush Administration. Now, we have images of that new pickup undergoing testing.
Our spy photographers picked up this heavily modified mule undergoing tow tests in the desert. It rides on a modified version of the current Taco's frame, as evidenced by shots of its undercarriage, although our spies cite the lack of riveted sections as indications that the current truck's footprint should remain unchanged.
Aside from underbody changes, this particular Tacoma featured a six-speed manual transmission, which we're expecting to be joined by a six-speed automatic. The current four- and five-speed autos found on the current truck will almost certainly be killed off. Marching to the grave with those slushboxes will be the two-door Regular Cab body style. Our spies are expecting Toyota to focus its efforts on the larger, more accessible Double Cab.