FJ Cruiser on Pritchett Canyon (5+ trail) at Moab!
WARN'S CUSTOM RED FJ CRUISER
On a recent testing trip we had a chance to check out and drive the custom red Warn FJ Cruiser. Also note the Warn bumper and new PowerPlant Dual Force winch/air compressor. Full story on the PowerPlant in the upcoming Nov/Dec issue of 4WD Toyota Owner--it's pretty cool unit!
THE FJ CRUISER AT MOAB, UTAH
After 4WD Toyota Owner magazine was the first and only publication to publish unique photos of the 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser on the Rubicon (see below), we've ramped it up even more with coverage that will blow you away.
The July/August 2006 issue of 4WD Toyota Owner will feature unreal photos of the FJ Cruiser wheeling at Cruise Moab, the Rising Sun 4x4 Club event. Here are outtakes of the event--the best are being published in the upcoming issue:
FJ Cruiser Trail Team's Chris Nelson ascending Hell's Gate
Potato Salad Hill
FJ Cruiser on the Rubicon Trail
The January/February issues has:
--23, yes, TWENTY-THREE full color photos of the FJ Cruiser in action and static, from the desert to the mountains to...the Rubicon Trail. Yes, we will have exclusive photos that you will NOT see anywhere else but in our pages! And not just the two already shown below. We have dozens more from the Rubicon. The ones we publish will shock and amaze you! Just wait until you see the cover!
--Most importantly, these photos will clearly show the off-road capabilities of the 2007 FJ Cruiser. Can this thing wheel or not? You'll soon see for yourself!
Detailed drive reports of the FJ Cruiser from FOUR different sources. 4WD Toyota Owner editors David Zartman and Ben Crockett will chime in with their first-hand drive reports. But we also have two people who have DRIVEN this groundbreaking Toyota for the last six months. We can't reveal their names yet, due to a news blackout, and we know that's a tease. But these are two VERY connected, very experienced, and very savvy drivers who have serious seat time in the 2007 FJ Cruiser.
That means you'll be getting first-hand information from people who have driven this machine at length, not watched it drive from another rig or from the sidelines. Where else can you get FOUR different, unique drive reports? Nowhere but 4WD Toyota Owner magazine!
The new FJ Cruiser has been generating a ton of buzz since it was announced. Don’t wait and end up missing the Jan/Feb issue of 4WD Toyota Owner which will have this feature article!
To subscribe, go to our website at: http://www.4wdtoyotaowner.com. Or, send a check or money order for $19.95 to: 4WD Toyota Owner, #102, 8750 Mary Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117.
Do you think the general 4x4 mags are going to devote 23 photos to a new Toyota? Dream on. But 4WD Toyota Owner's only care in the world is 4WD Toyotas. Of course we're going to get you the scoops and the best Toyota coverage!
Good luck! And make sure you subscribe in time so you can see photos and coverage that NO OTHER MAGAZINE will have. The 2007 FJ Cruiser is an awesome machine, and you’ll learn all about it in the Jan/Feb issue of 4WD Toyota Owner, shipping soon!
An FJ Cruiser was recently spotted on the gnarly Rubicon trail in northern California! A wheeler snapped a couple of quick photos of the FJ Cruiser as it crawled up, over and around the infamous rocks of Rubicon. The FJ was there for feedback and testing from various individuals, and we can be sure of one thing: if the FJ Cruiser is running Rubicon in stock trim, it's going to be one heckuva off-road machine. Perhaps Toyota has listened to the many feedback emails and phone calls they've received about this ground-breaking new Toyota. It sure looks like it--why else would it be on the Rubicon?
Look for more on the FJ Cruiser in the next issue of 4WD Toyota Owner!
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