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Offered for only one model year, the Trail Teams Ultimate Edition 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser is currently for sale on Cars and Bids.
Currently for sale on cars & bids, this 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Teams Ultimate Edition in heritage blue paint and black interior is a sharp looking SUV that is unique compared to most other FJ Cruisers that you will manage to find for sale. The FJ Cruiser has just 27,500 miles on the odometer and does not have a reserve. This is one of the rarest FJ Cruisers as the Trail Teams Ultimate Edition was only available for one model year.
The FJ Cruiser has a 4.0L V6 engine and four wheel drive as well as an automatic 5-speed transmission. The low-mileage FJ is in Florida currently and is ready for an off-road adventure. The Carfax history is clean and reports no accidents or mileage inconsistencies. Modifications include 20-inch TRD Pro replica wheels, 1.25-inch hub-centric wheel spacers, a Pro Comp suspension lift kit, Fab Fours front and rear bumpers, a WARN Industries VR8000 winch, a swing-out spare tire carrier, and Katzkin leather upholstery.
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Factory equipment on the FJ Cruiser features a locking rear differential, rock rails, a rear wiper, a Multi-Information Display on the dashboard, and a rear-view camera. Largely considered one of the first legitimate competitors to the Jeep Wrangler in years at the time, the FJ Cruiser debuted in 2007 and shared many components with the 4Runner SUV. The FJ Cruiser remained available in the US through the 2014 model year and to date, does not have a direct replacement in Toyota's lineup. The Trail Teams Ultimate Edition was the last special edition of the FJ Cruiser and Toyota built only 2,500 of them.
Overall, this FJ Cruiser is in good condition, with service up to date and regularly performed. The only known "flaws" on the listing include some minor exterior paint chips, some faded trim, and bulbs that need replacement on the rear light bar. The tire that is several years old is likely in need of replacement. There is also a broken box lock and some rust on the bumpers. While not perfect, these are some minor imperfections that can be easily overlooked for the right enthusiast.
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Doug's take is: "Now this is a REALLY desirable FJ Cruiser! It's a 2014-only Trail Teams Ultimate Edition model, so it boasts cool Heritage Blue paint and a white headlight bezel – a look that echoes the old-school FJ40. This FJ also touts 4-wheel drive and relatively low mileage (its odometer displays under 28,000 miles!), and it features some useful off-road modifications, like a winch and a snorkel. FJ Cruiser models are in hot demand, partly because Toyota still hasn't launched a replacement – and finding one like this example is easier said than done!"
Cody Colella is a freelance News Writer for HotCars. A lifelong car enthusiast with a degree in Automotive Marketing, Cody has worked for dealerships, OEMs and automotive marketing agencies. His shared passion for cars and writing lead him to HotCars.