2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Teams Special Edition

Special Edition

Toyota gives you another option to take off-roading.

"Trail Rated" has been Jeep's calling card for quite some time, however the Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Teams edition is forcing Jeep to move over and make way for an extra off-road companion. The newest FJ TT was designed for off-roading at its toughest, featuring such improvements as off-road lights on the roof, Bilstein shocks, rock rails, skid plates on the engine (fuel tank and transfer case also get them) and a rear differential lock which accompanies Toyota's A-TRAC traction control system.

The TT special edition sits on some tough and rugged TRD wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires. The FJ Cruiser Trail Teams special edition also gets some handy technology, like keyless entry, cruise control, back-up camera and a couple power outlets for charging what-have-you. A Trail Team badge adds the finishing touch on the bright red off-roader.

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