3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

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What you must know before buying the Toyota FJ Cruiser
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  • FJ Cruiser is set to be discontinued
  • Dealer stock is running thin
  • No special purchase incentives are available
  • Limited regional lease specials

Get yours before they’re gone:

The FJ Cruiser, with its fun, carefree styling hiding a highly capable chassis that loves to do some dusty trail running, has achieved a cult-like following for Toyota. Now on the market since 2007, it’s set to be discontinued after the 2014 model year with no word of a successor in sight. Dealer stock is running low, and as such, there are no special incentives available at this time. That said, dealers will be highly motivated to help you find the right FJ Cruiser, especially since this model typically sells for full MSRP.

Will a new FJ Cruiser be coming?

While it’s possible that Toyota will replace the FJ Cruiser with a new model paying homage to the classic FJ40 Land Cruisers, the company hasn’t made a peep as of yet. One thing’s for certain: 2014 will be the end of the line for the current model, so if the next-gen SUV does materialize, it won’t be until 2016 at the earliest. If you’re sold on the FJ, get yours today, because they may sell out completely soon.

Regional lease offers may be available:

We have caught wind of very limited regional lease specials still available on the FJ Cruiser. New York lessees will currently find a deal of $439 per month for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing. Still, at this payment, buying outright is a better option here, because with its popularity and limited production run you’ll find extremely high resale value down the road.

Get yours before they’re gone:

The FJ Cruiser, with its fun, carefree styling hiding a highly capable chassis that loves to do some dusty trail running, has achieved a cult-like following for Toyota. Now on the market since 2007, it’s set to be discontinued after the 2014 model year with no word of a successor in sight. Dealer stock is running low, and as such, there are no special incentives available at this time. That said, dealers will be highly motivated to help you find the right FJ Cruiser, especially since this model typically sells for full MSRP.

Will a new FJ Cruiser be coming?

While it’s possible that Toyota will replace the FJ Cruiser with a new model paying homage to the classic FJ40 Land Cruisers, the company hasn’t made a peep as of yet. One thing’s for certain: 2014 will be the end of the line for the current model, so if the next-gen SUV does materialize, it won’t be until 2016 at the earliest. If you’re sold on the FJ, get yours today, because they may sell out completely soon.

Regional lease offers may be available:

We have caught wind of very limited regional lease specials still available on the FJ Cruiser. New York lessees will currently find a deal of $439 per month for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing. Still, at this payment, buying outright is a better option here, because with its popularity and limited production run you’ll find extremely high resale value down the road.

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