Toyota FJ Cruiser released
27th March, 2011
Toyota FJ Cruiser has arrived on the Australian market as
a one grade model. It is offered as a petrol V6 automatic with part-time 4WD and an electric rear
Competitively priced at $44,990* (MLP*), the Toyota FJ Cruiser will readily find buyers suggests
Next Car's Editor, Stephen Walker, who believes it is so different to everything else on the
market that it will generate enough curiosity which will lead to a conversion into sales. Metallic
paint is $400 extra.
FJ Cruiser's specifications include rear "access doors", heavy duty Australian-tuned suspension,
transmission cooler and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Active safety features include switchable active traction control (A-TRAC), vehicle stability control
(VSC), and anti-skid brakes (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist
Toyota FJ Cruiser also comes with rear fog lamps, privacy glass, a reversing camera with display in
the electro-chromatic rear-view mirror, and rear park assist.
Passive safety is a priority with six SRS airbags and active front-seat head restraints.
Inside, the FJ Cruiser has water-repellent seat fabric and rubber-style floor covering.
It also has a premium steering wheel with audio controls, multi-information display, 6-disc CD player
and 8-speaker audio system, manual air conditioning, 60/40 split rear seats with removable seat cushions
for increased cargo space, front seat-back net pockets, fold-down front-seat inner arm rests and central
Toyota will offer nine exterior colours from launch, all with a white roof.
FJ Cruiser's interior trim is dark grey fabric/PVC, with unique interior accents matching the
exterior body colour.
FJ CRUISER: A RUGGED SUV FOR YOUNGER BUYERS
Toyota's FJ Cruiser has been developed as a rugged sports utility vehicle that will capture the
hearts of younger buyers, according to the chief engineer, Akio Nishimura.
Mr Nishimura said it was designed to be a modern SUV with substantial off-road capability as well as
practical driving performance for use as everyday transport.
He said the vehicle was named "FJ" because it inherits the 'DNA' of the legendary FJ40 and "Cruiser"
to emphasise its Toyota four-wheel-drive heritage.
"The FJ Cruiser is not just a car," Mr Nishimura said. "It represents the spirit of the
company, blending history with modern design and engineering."
Mr Nishimura had four goals for FJ Cruiser:
• Modern and rugged styling,
• Sufficient space for outdoor recreational activities,
• Audio that can be "felt" with the entire body, and
• Top-level off-road performance.
The biggest challenge was to achieve practical utility that met customer expectations while
maintaining the emotional aspects of the car's styling. Some of those involved in the project had
suggested tilting the A pillar, slightly increasing the height of the window glass and making the C
"I was opposed to such ideas because they deviated from the aim of achieving a stylish SUV with
a personal feel," he said.
To confirm good visibility, engineers test-drove a Prado with pieces of cardboard cut to the size
and shape of the FJ windows. In addition, Mr Nishimura fitted a reversing camera and rear sonar as
standard equipment. Another example was the apparent conflict between the two-door or coupe design of
the FJ40 and the requirement for FJ Cruiser occupants to be able to enter and leave the vehicle
"We considered the options - and there was even a discussion about having a four-door FJ
Cruiser; however, that would not have been in keeping with the spirit of the vehicle."
"The solution was a small modification to incorporate the rear-opening access doors. When the
doors are closed, FJ Cruiser retains the coupe style sought by the designers. When the doors are open,
they provide easy access."
Mr Nishimura said the cabin was focused on a driver who enjoyed recreational activities.
Flexible seating can be folded or even removed to expand cargo space and store items up to three
For FJ Cruiser's music-loving customers, Toyota developed a world first where the ceiling is an
integral part of the speaker system. "I wanted to shower the passenger with sound, such as when
they visit a dance club or listen to their iPod," he said.
Mr Nishimura said he believed Toyota had successfully differentiated FJ Cruiser from its other
SUVs. "With the catch-phrase 'Go anywhere! Do anything!', FJ Cruiser has the equipment and quality
necessary for enjoyment as both an on-road and off-road vehicle. It is the vehicle for having outdoor
THE PEDIGREE - FROM FJ40 TO FJ CRUISER
The FJ40 Land Cruiser became an icon among Toyota's vehicles, generating widespread recognition
and respect for its authentic off-road capabilities.
More than 1.1 million were produced between 1960 and 1984.
Ever since, enthusiasm has remained within Toyota for the spirit of this rugged, go-anywhere
In the late 1990s, Toyota in the United States encouraged design projects that might lead to the
development of a new FJ. These concepts focused on a modern vehicle that would appeal to younger
drivers - even those who knew nothing about the original FJ.
Here are the key developments.
First seen: 1960
In brief: The third generation of Land Cruiser
Description: Tough and functional, the original FJ was a two-door, short wheelbase,
four-wheel-drive vehicle. Its exterior design has become iconic - angular lines, two round headlights
set on either side of a mesh grille, an upright windscreen, wrap-around rear corner windows, fold-out
rear doors and the now-familiar flat, white top. Experience in tough conditions amply illustrated the
FJ40's suitability for the toughest conditions and it became a part of life in outback Australia.
FJ40 established Land Cruiser as the vehicle of choice for large construction projects, in mines, on
cattle stations - in fact, anywhere requiring a rugged, dependable vehicle that could travel to, and
return from, any extreme environment.
Model: Retro Cruiser
First seen: 1999 Chicago Motor Show
In brief: A converted 1967 FJ40, made by Rod Millen
Description: More than a concept vehicle, it was a running prototype that combined the bodywork
of an FJ40 Land Cruiser from the 1960s with a contemporary Land Cruiser chassis and V8 engine. It
featured huge off-road tyres and a special suspension modified by Rod Millen, Toyota's Pikes Peak
Hill Climb world record holder. The Retro Cruiser combined the best of the past with a decidedly racy
4x4 future. It successfully drew attention to the potential for a vehicle with FJ heritage styling
cues and modern mechanical components.
Model: RSC concept (Rugged Sports Coupe)
First seen: 2001 Chicago Motor Show
In brief: Exploring possibilities for a next-generation sporty car
Description: Originated at CALTY, Toyota's design studio in California. The RSC combined a
sporty two-plus-two car body with four-wheel-drive hardware and styling cues that result in a fresh
variation on "rugged vehicle" thinking. Its interior was designed to convey the sparse, functional
simplicity of a race car. The large metal faceplate with round inset instrumentation communicated
precision and ruggedness. It was developed to push the 'buttons' of young buyers by combining high
performance, high image and high utility with affordable pricing.
Model: Rugged Youth Utility
First seen: 2003 Detroit Motor Show
In brief: FJ Cruiser concept
Description: Initiated and developed by Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., and CALTY. It was developed
as a basic, capable and affordable off-roader, exploring new possibilities for a next-generation SUV
aimed specifically at young buyers with active outdoor lifestyles. A thoroughly modern vehicle, it
adopted several styling cues from the original FJ - the wide and narrow grille, round headlights,
upright windscreen, white roof and wrap-around rear corner windows. Utility features included
spotlights on the outside mirrors, an asymmetrical front spotlight, and a front winch. The cabin
was designed specifically for basic functionality and flexible utility. Like the RSC, it features a
faceplate with round inset instrumentation. Front and rear seats folded completely flat.
Model: FJ Cruiser
First seen: 2005 Chicago Motor Show
In brief: Public demand leads to Toyota's latest SUV
Description: The overwhelmingly positive response to the FJ Cruiser concept prompted Toyota to
launch a production version - a capable, affordable and durable vehicle that is youthful,
fun-to-drive, aggressive and tough. Its low price made it highly accessible for young buyers. The
production version retained many of the design details of the original concept - exterior styling
cues from the original FJ40 and internal features such as the faceplate with round inset
instrumentation. It is the modern interpretation of a Toyota classic, combining Toyota heritage
with the safety and refinement requirements of today's market. More recently, a right-hand-drive
model has been developed, enabling FJ Cruiser to be introduced to Australia.
FJ CRUISER - A RUGGED EXTERIOR THAT CATCHES THE EYE
Toyota designed FJ Cruiser for a strong, modern appeal - with wide grille, upright windscreen,
rear access doors and 17-inch alloy wheels. The combination of a large body, high waist and wide
cabin suggest space and strength. Front-end styling cues kick off with a wide grille
incorporating round headlamps, a floating valance and bumper-bar end caps.
FJ Cruiser is the only current Toyota with the manufacturer's name spelled out across the
grille rather than the bulls-horns type logo. The windscreen has an unusual three-arm wiper
In side view, the tapered roofline - and short overhangs front and rear - provide an athletic,
forward-leaning silhouette. FJ Cruiser's side view also highlights its eye-catching
high-waistline style, as well the vehicle's practical off-road features such as the black
FJ Cruiser also has wrap-around rear corner windows and a white roof. Its rear access doors
give it the appearance and feel of a two-door vehicle. Rear design features include a large
luggage door, hinged on the passenger's side, and incorporating a spare wheel carrier with centre
cover. The back door has a glass hatch which can be opened independently of the main door, to
provide rapid access to the cargo area.
Silver-painted exterior mirrors with black edging enhance the vehicle's rugged image. The
front turn signals are integrated into the guards, while the tail-lamp assembly echoes the
original FJ Land Cruiser's
reflector housing. The rear bumper includes rear turn signals. The bumpers are lightweight resin,
front and rear - with silver highlights to match the grille and exterior mirrors. The rear side,
quarter and back windows have privacy glass.
FJ Cruiser will be offered in nine exterior colours, all with white roof, including the
'special' colours Voodoo Blue and Hornet Yellow. The other colours are: Military Blue, Titanium,
French Vanilla, Jungle, Brick Red, Sandstorm and Ebony.
FJ CRUISER'S INTERIOR - STYLISH YET FUNCTIONAL
The new Toyota FJ Cruiser's versatile cabin combines style and function in a manner designed
to live up to the vehicle's rugged exterior image.
Its interior colour is dark grey up to the window line and light grey above.
The exterior body colour continues inside, on the dashboard and door trims.
Strong straight lines in the interior design emphasise FJ Cruiser's width and strength,
while cubic form with strong horizontal and vertical lines provides a rugged feel. The distinctive
vertically-faced dashboard has billet-styled outer air vent housings, radiating a strong, precise
mechanical appearance. The outer arm-rests run from the front doors to the rear access doors and
incorporate large door grips, generating a blend of rugged form and function.
The instrument panel features round, back-and-white meters for the speedometer and tachometer,
and a combined gauge for fuel, engine coolant temperature and alternator charge.
The main controls include 4WD transfer lever, cruise control, the Active Traction Control
switch, rear differential lock switch, VSC/TRC off switch, reverse parking sensor switch,
headlamp level control and rear fog lamp control switch.
The steering wheel has integrated audio controls.
The B-pillars are built into the rear access doors, along with the front seatbelt's upper and
lower anchorages. The front seats have active head restraints.
Toyota's FJ Cruiser water-repellent seat front-seat facing means it's easy to wipe-down dirt
and/or water - and beneath the fabric the seat covering has a urethane film which is both
waterproof and breathable. The urethane film allows the seat to "breathe" while stopping water
soaking through. Toyota has also treated the seat fabric stitching with a water-repellent sealant
to prevent water penetration through the seams.
The Toyota FJ Cruiser also has washable floor, moulded from Thermo Plastic Olefin (TPO) rubber
for ease of cleaning. Toyota has paid special attention to securing accessory front and rear
floor-mats (should the owner choose to fit them) to negate the need for attachment holes in the
floor. The accessory floor-mat retention hooks, by avoiding the need to make holes in the TPO
floor, reduce the likelihood of water penetration below the floor.
FLEXIBLE INTERIOR MAKES MOST OF SPACE
Toyota designed FJ Cruiser's interior for optimum flexibility of passenger accommodation and
The vehicle seats five adults and has 0.99 cubic metres of cargo space when the rear seats
are in the normal position. FJ Cruiser has front bucket seats with a folding inboard armrest.
The driver's seat has eight-way manual adjustment and the front passenger seat four-way manual
adjustment. The driver's seat has 45 mm of lift adjustment and 26 mm of cushion-tilt adjustment.
Both front seats have 240 mm of fore/aft slide adjustment and active head restraints. The front
passenger seat back tilts forward 40 degrees to enhance access to the rear seat. In addition,
both front seat backs have an assist handle and a net seat-back pocket. The rear seat has a
60/40 split seat back and a double folding cushion function. The rear seat cushions can be
easily removed from the vehicle - to further increase cargo space.
The cargo area is home to three child restraint anchorage points (conveniently fitted to the
rear seat backs) and four cargo tie-down points. The cargo deck is 754 mm above the ground to
make loading easy - and occupants can also load small items of cargo through the glass hatch in
the back door.
QUAD-CAM V6 PETROL ENGINE PROVEN IN LOCAL CONDITIONS
Toyota FJ Cruiser's petrol engine has been proven under local operating conditions in
Australia's best-selling SUV, the Land Cruiser Prado, and the country's top-selling ute,
The 4.0-litre quad-cam V6 engine has more than 310 Nm of torque available from
rpm, to increase the FJ Cruiser's off and on-road flexibility. Peak torque of 380 Nm is reached
at 4,400 rpm and maximum power of 200 kW is delivered at 5,600 rpm.
This performance is transmitted to the wheels through a five-speed electronically-controlled
automatic transmission with gate type shifting.
Fuel economy on the official combined cycle is 11.4 litres/100 km, delivering a theoretical
driving range of 631 km with carbon dioxide emissions of 267 grammes/km.
On the highway, fuel economy improves to 9.3 litres/100 km (774 km range). Even on the urban
cycle, FJ Cruiser returns 14.9 litres/100 km (483 km range).
The engine, designated 1GR-FE, has dual variable valve timing with intelligence (VVT-i) for
optimum performance and fuel economy while reducing emissions. Dual VVT-i provides continual
variations of the intake and exhaust timing, as well as the valve overlap, across the full
range of driving conditions. Camshaft timing is varied according to engine revolutions, throttle
position, crankshaft angle, coolant temperature and intake air flow. The dual VVT-i powerplant
is shared with the current-generation Land Cruiser Prado - with the FJ Cruiser's performance
benefiting from the vehicle's lower kerb weight. A single VVT-i version (inlet) is available in
the HiLux range; it also powered the previous-generation 120 Series Prado.
The FJ Cruiser engine has direct ignition, an intelligent electronic throttle and sequential
multi-point fuel injection.
Toyota recommends 95 RON fuel; however, FJ Cruiser will operate on 91 octane unleaded fuel.
The V6 petrol engine has 12-hole fuel injectors for ultra-fine fuel atomisation. It has an
almost square bore and stroke relationship of 94 mm by 95 mm and a 10.4:1 compression ratio,
for optimum performance across the revolution range.
Camshaft drive is by chain, for optimum durability. Separate primary-cam chains drive the
inlet camshaft in each cylinder head, while secondary chains drive the accompanying exhaust
camshaft from each inlet cam. The valve gear features maintenance-free hydraulic lash
adjusters, and rocker arms with built-in needle-roller bearings which minimise friction
between the cams and improve fuel economy. The engine includes Toyota's standard 4WD package
of a cyclonic pre-cleaner to trap dust plus a high-mounted air inlet and diff breathers to
enable fording with confidence.
The A750F Super ECT automatic transmission with gated shift adopts Toyota's latest
electronically-controlled hydraulic shift system to produce optimum shift feel. The vehicle
can be driven in conventional automatic mode, with the shift lever in 'D', or in manual-style
using the gated shift function. The A750F automatic transmission has ratios of: first, 3.520;
second, 2.042; third, 1.400; fourth, 1.000; fifth, 0.716; and reverse, 3.224. It is matched
to a part-time four-wheel drive system with a two-speed transfer and electric-powered locking
rear differential, operated from the dash, for greater off-road traction. Differential gear
ratio is 1.000 (high) and 2.566 (low).
FJ CRUISER'S SUSPENSION IS LOCALLY TUNED
Toyota's Australian engineers have played a leading role in developing the FJ Cruiser's
ride and handling for local conditions.
Substantial changes were made after the Toyota Technical Centre, Australia (TTC-Au) tested
a left-hand-drive (LHD) sample vehicle early last year. The local input was championed in
Japan by FJ Cruiser Chief Engineer Akio Nishimura to ensure FJ Cruiser met the requirements
of Australian drivers. The calibration of the vehicle's shock absorbers and power steering
were retuned to suit Australian roads and off-road trails.
FJ Cruiser's tyre specification was upgraded and the wheel diameter increased from 16-inch
Improvements to reduce noise, vibration and harshness, now adopted globally, were prompted
by Australia's coarse-chip road surfaces.
Grab handles on the back of the front seats were added for the comfort of rear-seat
passengers on winding Australian country roads.
A vehicle fitted with the amended specification has undergone more than 100,000 km of
testing in Australia with the majority occurring off-road, including corrugated gravel roads,
bush tracks and sand.
TTC-Au senior vehicle evaluation engineer Ray Munday said steering and suspension changes
were made for Australian roads and drivers.
"We have stiffened the shock absorbers by about 10 per cent and retuned the power
steering to meet the target market's requirement for a sporty ride and sharp handling,"
Mr Munday said. "At the same time, we have retained a very pliant ride in off-road
conditions," he said. "Our benchmark was the Land Cruiser Prado, which has a sporty,
agile drive for a four-wheel drive and also remains comfortable on bush tracks." Mr Munday
said Chief Engineer Nishimura was extremely passionate about his car, which meant he was open
to making improvements.
"When we showed him our findings of the original vehicle, his view was that we had to
change it," he said.
FJ Cruiser has long-travel all-coil suspension - with high-mounted double-wishbones at the
front and a five-link system at the rear - to optimise suspension performance on and off-road.
The five-link solid rear axle system offers a balance of maximum wheel travel with optimal
road-holding. FJ Cruiser's ladder-frame chassis provides the stable platform for the new
suspension and confirms the vehicle's off-road credentials.
The hydraulic power-assisted rack and pinion steering has a variable gear-ratio steering
rack to provide the optimal steering "weighting", for greater ease when parking and direct
response at highway speeds. FJ Cruiser's steering has 2.7 turns lock-to-lock.
The vehicle has 265/70R 17 tyres (one inch larger rolling diameter than Prado), to optimise
ground clearance and off-road capability.
FJ Cruiser has ground clearance of 224 mm. Approach, departure and break over angles are
36, 31 and 29 degrees respectively.
FJ CRUISER: AUTHENTIC OFF-ROAD CAPABILITIES
Key off-road attributes of Toyota's FJ Cruiser attest to its ability to traverse rugged
terrain and deliver full-scale off-road driving performance.
Simple and rugged, FJ Cruiser puts the onus on the driver's ability, with little in the way
of driver assist technologies. In contrast to high-grade Land Cruiser 200 or Prado, there is
no multi-terrain select, no multi-terrain monitors, and no crawl control. Yet FJ Cruiser has
the best departure and break-over angles in the Toyota 4WD range - 31 and 29 degrees
respectively. Its approach angle of 36 degrees is bettered only by the 70 Series. Larger
angles can allow a vehicle to negotiate steeper climbs or descents without having parts of the
vehicle body, such as the bumpers, make contact with the ground.
FJ Cruiser also provides excellent ground clearance under the rear differential and vital
chassis components - a minimum of 224 mm, second only to the Land Cruiser 200 Series.
The adoption of 17-inch wheels and short overhangs - 865 mm at the front and 1,115 mm at
the rear - contribute to the FJ Cruiser's off-road prowess.
A vehicle's break-over angle is particularly important for off-road transitions from a
level area into a descent and from a climb to flat ground. A good departure angle can enable
a driver who has overshot a turn-off on a steep, narrow track to return in reverse, rather
than doing a three-point turn.
Where FJ Cruiser is fitted with electronic functions, such as Active Traction Control and
rear differential lock, these can be switched on and off on demand. This enables drivers to
challenge their personal driving skills and enjoy sporty off-road driving.
FJ CRUISER EMPHASISES SAFETY
FJ Cruiser may draw some of its stylistic inspiration from Land Cruiser's iconic past, but
its comprehensive package of active and passive safety features is definitely modern.
Active safety features include Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), ABS brakes with electronic
brake-force distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist (BA). In addition, FJ Cruiser has Active
Traction Control (A-TRAC), which is both an active safety and off-road capability feature.
A-TRAC mimics limited slip differential functionality which controls wheel slip via the
brakes. It will operate in L4 mode, by a press of the A-TRAC switch. The A-TRAC system helps
maintain traction in mud and acceleration on challenging surfaces which may have a low
coefficient of friction on one side of the vehicle or for both front and rear drive wheels.
Passive safety features include six SRS airbags - driver and front passenger, front-seat
side airbags and full-length side curtain-shield airbags.
The front seats have active head restraints, designed to improve occupant protection in a
rear-end collision. The Whiplash Injury Lessening (WIL) active front-seat head restraint
system has a pressure plate at the base of the seat backrest, linked by cable to an upper
unit, which in turn activates the head restraint. In a rear-end collision, the occupant's
body weight applies force to the pressure plate. The force is transferred via the cable to
the upper unit, which moves the whole head restraint closer to the occupant's head to help
reduce injury to the neck.
FJ Cruiser has three child restraint anchorage points for the rear seat, with the
anchorage points conveniently located on the seat back.
Toyota's FJ Cruiser also adds visibility features to enhance safety, including a reversing
camera to help make parking easier. The image from FJ Cruiser's reversing camera appears on a
screen set into the auto-dimming rear view mirror. In addition, FJ Cruiser has (two) rear
sonar parking sensors and rear fog lamps. The parking sensor system will buzz at intervals of
150 milliseconds when an object is 100-150 cm behind the vehicle; buzz at 75 ms intervals
when it is 50-100 cm behind, and buzz continuously when the object is less than 50 cm away.
FJ Cruiser's upright windscreen has triple wipers for optimum coverage, while the glass
hatch in the rear door has a retractable wiper.
FJ Cruiser has power front windows, with an auto down function.
ADVANCED SPEAKERS AND M.I.D. ADD EXCITEMENT
Toyota FJ Cruiser has raised the audio excitement factor with a pair of advanced "Exciter"
speakers as part of its eight-speaker audio system.
The Multi Information Display of inclinometer, compass and outside temperature indicator
mounted on the dashboard helps drivers and passengers make the most of their off-road
FJ Cruiser has a 6-CD audio head unit with a 4.3-inch LCD display - amber backlit to match
FJ Cruiser's instrument illumination. The locally developed audio features USB for iPod™
connectivity, 3.5 mm input jack for other MP3 players, 6-CD player and Bluetooth™
connectivity for mobile phone hands free and audio streaming.
Bluetooth capability and audio controls are handily located on the steering wheel,
allowing the driver to adjust Volume, Track/pre-set station, Mode, and telephone pick-up and
hang-up. Toyota has installed the Exciter speakers in the roof lining, behind the front
seats. They use the roof lining as a diaphragm, to spread the sound evenly across the entire
cabin and complement the conventional door speakers. The result is a broad sound pattern and
richer acoustic environment. The Exciter speakers are thinner than conventional speakers, so
they can be positioned deeper into the roof lining, eliminating speaker protrusion into the
cabin and achieving a flatter roof-lining profile.
Manual air conditioning is fitted as standard equipment.
NOTE: The Bluetooth™ word mark is owned by The Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Not all devices will be
compatible and functionality will vary depending on the device.
FJ CRUISER'S ACCESSORIES EPITOMISE RUGGED LIFESTYLE
Owners looking to minimise damage to their FJ Cruiser while tackling harsh off-road terrain
have several options available to them.
Toyota Genuine rock rails help to protect the underside of the FJ Cruiser from damage that
may occur when travelling off-road. They are constructed from heavy-duty steel, with an
electro-deposit coating ("e-coat") for superior corrosion protection, and can be installed to
the existing vehicle mounts without drilling.
FJ Cruiser owners can protect their paintwork and bonnet from damage and stone chips with
a bonnet protector, which is purpose-built for the FJ using impact-resistant polycarbonate.
The durable bonnet protector does not require drilling to fit.
Optional rubber floor mats feature a raised lip, which helps catch mud and moisture. The
mats are tailored to fit FJ Cruiser, secured to the floor with two retainers and are easily
removed for cleaning.
FJ Cruiser accessories that help facilitate the outdoors lifestyle include Toyota Genuine
roof-racks. The roof racks offer a range of attachments to help carry sporting equipment, such
as skis and snowboards, kayaks and bikes.
Toyota Service Advantage pricing is $210 per service for the first 3 years or 60,000 km,
whichever occurs first. Service interval is every 10,000 kms.
TOYOTA FJ CRUISER: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
||All-alloy V6 petrol, 24-valve DOHC with Dual VVT-i|
|Bore x stroke:
||94.0 x 95.0|
||Electronic fuel injection|
||200 kW/5,600 rpm|
||380 Nm/4,400 rpm|
|Fuel rating (minimum):
||95 octane PULP|
|Australian emission rating:
|ADR 81/02 combined cycle fuel economy:
||11.4 litres/100 km|
|Engine service weight:
||Five-speed electronically-controlled automatic lock-up torque converter and gated shift|
|Rear differential type:
||electrically actuated diff lock|
||Part-time, two-speed transfer|
||Double wishbone with coil springs, gas-filled dampers and stabiliser bar|
||Five-link with coil springs, gas-filled dampers and stabiliser bar|
||Variable-ratio hydraulic power-assisted rack and pinion|
||ABS with EBD and Brake Assist|
||224 mm (unladen)|
|Kerb to kerb:
||2.4 m |
|Wall to wall:
|Front shoulder room:
|Rear shoulder room:
|Cargo floor to ground:
||12 Volt/55 Amp hr|
NOTE: Fuel consumption will vary depending on driving conditions/style, vehicle conditions and
options/accessories. Source of fuel consumption data: ADR 81/02 combined cycle.
NOTE: ** Some vehicle dimension figures are approximate and may vary due to options and accessory fitment.
NOTE: * Manufacturer's List Price (MLP) excludes dealer delivery fees and the numerous statutory
charges (commonly known as on-road costs). Additionally, please note that all prices, fees and charges are
subject to change without notice.