The fuel efficiency of the Toyota FJ Cruiser can vary depending on factors such as engine size, transmission type, driving conditions, and individual driving habits. The FJ Cruiser is not known for its high fuel efficiency due to its rugged design and off-road capability.
Here are some approximate fuel economy figures for the FJ Cruiser…
With the standard 4.0-liter V6 engine and automatic transmission, the FJ Cruiser typically achieves around 16-17 miles per gallon (mpg) in combined city and highway driving.
Models equipped with a manual transmission may achieve slightly lower fuel economy, typically around 15-16 mpg combined.
Actual fuel economy can vary based on factors such as driving habits, terrain, payload, and towing.
While the Toyota FJ Cruiser offers excellent off-road capability and ruggedness, its fuel efficiency may be considered average or below average compared to smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles. Consider fuel costs when budgeting for ownership and factor in the vehicle’s fuel efficiency into your decision-making process.
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