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The 2011 FJ Cruiser isn't at all green, but if you're a serious off-roader you could certainly do worse.
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Expert Quotes:

17 mpg city, 22 highway (2WD); 17/21 (4WD automatic); 15/20 (4WD manual)

we managed to extract an average fuel consumption of 15.2 mpg
Edmunds' Inside Line

Fuel economy ratings for the 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser—at 15 or 17 mpg city and 20 or 22 highway—are lackluster, if you compare them to those of most newer, more carlike crossover models. Considering its relative lack of passenger space, it's far from a green option for carrying the kids to soccer practice or taking a highway trip.

On the other hand, if you need a serious off-roader and nothing else works, the FJ isn't any worse of a choice for the environmentally concerned than any other hard-core off-roaders like the Xterra or Jeep Wrangler.


The 2011 FJ Cruiser isn't at all green, but if you're a serious off-roader you could certainly do worse.

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