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Toyota confirms withdrawal of FJ Cruiser

Toyota confirms withdrawal of FJ Cruiser

It certainly made life that little bit more interesting and had a strong global following, however Toyota has confirmed it will stop making the Toyota FJ Cruiser later this year.

Toyota confirms withdrawal of FJ CruiserIntroduced in Australia in 2011, Toyota has sold more than 11,000 FJ Cruisers locally and say that was even well above expectations for the model.

Toyota FJ Cruiser production will officially end in August.

Toyota Australia’s executive director sales and marketing Tony Cramb said the FJ Cruiser built on more than half a century of Toyota tradition in producing tough off-road vehicles.

“The FJ rides into the sunset as a vehicle renowned for its ability to traverse rugged outback trails while offering plenty of utility for all types of activities and being equally well-suited for everyday driving

“It will leave lasting memories as one of the most iconic vehicles in Toyota’s rich SUV history, helping to bring renewed energy to the Toyota brand.”

Want to grab an FJ Cruiser before the end of production? Prices start from $46,990.

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