Don’t judge the FJ’s hardware by its reasonable $22,755 starting price—the Cruiser borrows many parts from its more expensive siblings, including a chassis shared with the Lexus GX and drivetrain components from Toyota’s own 4Runner. Standard 32-inch tires practically beg to be driven over hills and dales, curbs, and Corollas. All those gnarly skid plates aren’t just there for show; the FJ can be spec’d out with an electronically locking rear differential. Ultimate doom is hell on bodywork, so you can rebody your FJ by ditching the doors, taking advantage of the pillar-free arrangement for a versatile thrashabout.

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