The FJ Cruiser – A Name with Plenty of History
The FJ Cruiser is a namesake that is older than most of us reading (and, certainly, writing) this blog. For over 50 years, Toyota has used the code name FJ to designate a rough-and-ready compact off-roader. The first generation FJ was renowned for it’s rugged durability and ability to take on any type of terrain. Fortunately for all of us, the 2007 through 2013 FJ models deliver the goods. They pack a lot more muscle than their forerunners the FJ40 series and come replete with the amenities and features that today’s customers demand.
Say “Chrome Bumper Corner Covers” five times fast. Maybe I’m just overworked but I couldn’t successfully say it even once. Now, normally on an SUV like this we would be showcasing chrome bumpers but the FJ’s styling is anything but conventional so there’s no bumper in the traditional sense to speak of. Rather, the FJ Crusier sports these bumper corners on both the front and back end which give it a touch of sophistication and are eye-catching even without chrome accents.
Chrome Rear Apron Covers – Another Great FJ Cruiser Accessory
Putco FJ Cruiser Chrome Rear Apron Covers with or without Hitch Openings add style to your 2007-2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser. These custom fit apron covers upgrade the look of your FJ with just the right amount of chrome and are made from ultra-durable materials which match factory chrome accents.
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