Adventure Series Toyota FJ Cruiser by XPLORE Vehicles

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

We’ve become huge fans of the team at XPLORE Vehicles, and seeing that the FJ is one of our favorite Toyotas on the market, it’s no surprise that this Adventure Series Toyota FJ Cruiser was love at first sight.

Although we were big fans of the XPLORE Tacoma, this one could take the cake for us. Draped in a military green paintjob paired with contrasting black wheels, this thing is available in a handful of different packages that include different all terrain tires, Maganflow stainless steel exhaust, Bilstein shocks, and the same ARB roof-top tent option found on the Toyota among other things. Of course XPLORE’s mission is to promote outdoor activities, which is exactly why they include the same free annual pass to all National Parks across the states.

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