FJ Cruiser sales peaked in 2006.
YOUNTVILLE, CA – The future of Toyota’s 7-year-old FJ Cruiser SUV is up in the air, and the upcoming more stringent U.S. fuel-economy standard is a big reason why, says a top Toyota official. Offering up a next-generation FJ Cruiser “is a discussion we have quite a bit,” Bill Fay, group vice president and general manager-Toyota Div., tells WardsAuto in an interview here. “Do we invest in that and bring it back within the (fuel-economy) challenges?” A ...
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