In November, Toyota sold 989 FJ Cruisers, down 8%. For the full year, sales are down 9%, to 12,441.
"This is another polarizing vehicle," Healey said. "It was No. 2 last week on the Kelley Blue Book highest resale value, and it is positioned for folks who want to go offroading."On the other hand, the fuel economy is low, the handling is subpar, and visibility and fuel economy are poor, he said. Also, Consumer Reports scores the FJ Cruiser 36 out of a possible 100 points, making it the poorest-rated Toyota vehicle. -- Written by Ted Reed in Charlotte, N.C. >To contact the writer of this article, click here: