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A_A on FJCruiserForums.com posted a link to his new 2010 FJ Cruiser, in Army Green! Like many others, it seems a little more 'forest' than 'army', but it still looks good. This may be my new favorite color!
Here's a link to the full gallery:
FINALLY! The 2010 FJ Cruiser is available on Toyota.com. Toyota.ca & some regional Toyota sites have had the 2010 available for a while, but Toyota just added it today.
You can now configure your 2010 FJ, view pics, videos, and photos.
We've also completed the 2010 FJ Cruiser Pricing Estimate spreadsheet. You can get the zip file here, and you'll need MS Excel or a compatible program to use it.
You can use this spreadsheet to configure nearly every option you could want on your FJ, and have a good starting point for negotiations. Please keep in mind that the numbers on the spreadsheet are estimates, and what your dealer has availble will certainly differ. Please use this tool only as a guide.
Our favorite Expedition Wheeling author Lance Blair is at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas and sent over a quick update on a few FJ's. Check it out!
"SEMA has started with a bang, yes we have a recession but clearly don't have a depression as many companies have new products or are making improvements to current product lines. We've only been able to escape the Disabled Explorers booth for a short amount of time but it's obvious that there's no “hot” rig this year. As always there are plenty of Jeeps present, but the Toyota Tundra, and a few Ford trucks are also around. The FJ Cruiser seems to have fallen off the map a bit in that we've only found a few examples of feature or booth vehicles. My hope is that we will find more FJC's and more parts for our beloved rig's before the show is over on Friday.
And now to the pictures:"