2014 FJ Cruiser sales just about doubled this March over March 2013. Last month, sales skyrocketed up 508% from April 2013. This will be the FJ's last model year, but production will continue through December. If interest stays this strong, assembly workers might have some overtime to look forward to.
While you were distracted by all the cool concepts at SEMA this year, Toyota quietly slipped in the news that a limited-run version of the FJ Cruiser unveiled at the show will be among the last FJ Cruiser models produced, period.
Another day, another recall- and another Toyota recall at that. The company says more than 11,000 FJ Cruisers have lights that are just too powerful and do not comply with federal safety standards that are supposed to prevent blinding other drivers at night.
We understand the point they're trying to make, but why does Edmunds Inside Line gotta be like that? Just because three cars all have white roofs, that doesn't mean they all look alike. Sheesh. Open your minds, guys. [Edmunds Inside Line]