Toyota FJ Cruiser

From Toyota press: The Toyota FJ Cruiser offers a new trail-oriented Trail Teams Special Edition Package each model year; for 2011, the Trail Teams Special Edition is distinguished by a distinct Army Green exterior color, special green fabric trimmed seating and interior trim and a standard Off-Road Package.
The FJ Cruiser uniquely melds the brand’s off-road performance legacy with distinct heritage design in a modern SUV.  Additional changes for 2011 bolster the model’s off-road bona fides while enhancing interior comfort and convenience.  A locking rear differential is now standard with the six-speed manual transmission; it remains available as an option with the automatic transmission.
The 2011 FJ Cruiser offers improved passenger side walk-in, with a front passenger seat that can fold further forward. New folding headrests on the outboard rear seats help to improve rearward visibility, and heater performance is improved. The available 17-inch alloy wheel design is new.
The new standard audio system features an AM/FM CD player with MP3/WMA playback capability, six speakers, XM Radio (includes 90-day trial subscription), auxiliary audio jack, USB port with iPod connectivity, hands-free phone capability and music streaming via Bluetooth® wireless technology. The steering wheel now integrates audio system and Bluetooth controls for added ease of use. A JBL 10-speaker premium audio system, including sub woofer, is newly optional (standard on Trail Teams Special Edition).
The 2011 FJ Cruiser Trail Teams Special Edition projects a tough, slightly menacing look in its Army Green exterior color, accentuated by black bumpers, front grille and door handles. The look is backed up by Trail Teams capability. Under-hood, a cyclone pre-air cleaner (standard on all models) is effective at trapping sand and dirt and is easy to clean. The standard Off-Road Package (optional for the base model) beefs up chassis performance with trail-tuned Bilstein® shock absorbers, rear differential lock and the active traction control (A-TRAC) system, engine, fuel tank and transfer cases, skid plates, rock rails, plus Toyota Racing Development (TRD) alloy wheels and BFG All-Terrain tires with wheel locks.

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