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  1. bob
    October 24, 2011 at 3:30 PM

    All you “MODS” why not just buy a BMW X5. It has all the gee whiz technology you wasted your money in this truck?

    • October 28, 2011 at 10:05 AM

      The FJ is a much more capable off road vehicle. The customizations of our fj are specific to our needs.

      • Victoria
        November 4, 2011 at 9:18 AM

        People who buy FJ’s aren’t looking for “gee whiz” technology – they’re looking for a solid, dependable, and capable off-road vehicle they can personalize to their needs. I love the utilitarian quality of it. Think K.I.S.S. (design principle): keep-it-super-simple or keep-it-simple-and-straightforward. If I wanted luxury I wouldn’t be going on expeditions for days at a time in the backcountry – I would stay at a spa. Don’t get me wrong, luxury/bells & whistles are nice (that’s why I have a separate commuter car and occasionally visit spas) but to be honest, the FJ is perfectly comfortable to me mechanically and fit-and-finish wise on and off-road. My FJ is still pretty much stock and has taken us further than I ever expected.

  2. Stevie Pruitt
    November 29, 2011 at 10:18 AM

    You site is AMAZING, there is so much VALUABLE information on such a remote area…….I’m very interested in your multi-day Powell trip…..I was wondering if it isn’t too much trouble at all can you send me all the GPS files of that trip…… I’m trying to figure out how to link the roads all together

    So, would you say this trip is ok in 1 vehicle, or is it waaaaay to remote and should you travel in pairs????

    Thank you!!!

    • Stevie Pruitt
      November 29, 2011 at 8:19 PM

      Nevermind……So I got all the .kml’s from the pages and put them together in Google Earth, so I’m going to try to place them on my Garmin

      Still would like to know if you thought that doing this alone was a little scary, as I said before just wondering if I should travel in pairs

  3. Diego
    December 4, 2011 at 5:52 PM

    BMW’s are luxury vehicles that have great capabilities on blacktop (speed and comfort). FJ Cruisers are practical vehicles that are easily modified to fit your personal needs. Try installing an extra batter on an X5 and see how that work with your BMW warranty, inboard computers, and other electrical systems. In an FJ you can do all of your maintenance, repair and modifications with out having to contract a German engineer. Simpy put FJ’s are meant to be for people that have the desire I own a highly capable off-road vehicle that can handle pretty much everything from the tallest peaks in Colorado to sandy beaches in the Caribbean. BMW’s are great, but nothing beats an FJ.

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