I was wondering your opinion on something. I was wondering whether I should get a 2010 4Runner Trail Edition or a 2013 TT FJ. I am stuck and do not know which one to get. Some more information is that I am single college male and have many years of schooling left. On top of that I will be adding leather to both and getting Navigation to both if I get one.
I say Fj also!! But if your planning on starting a family soon.... Get the 4runner!! But if u plan on waiting a while get a Fj!! They are both sick rigs!!
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Either is a good choice. I tend to keep vehicles for many years, so if there was any chance of kids during the time you plan to have it go 4RNR. I just hate having to get a new truck after I get one set up the way I like it. We do love our FJ though, but it's just my wife and I. Loaded for a trip the back seat is unusable.
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yeah i would like to use it for driving back and forth from college, and although the 4Runner is a bit more expensive, it gets better gas mileage. It also seems more practical in every way. I do plan on keeping the car for a very long time!
I have both a '10 TT FJ and a 4Runner, and would say get a 4Runner (which is fully loaded). I love the seats and the extra room in it. The leather is a standard option on the 4Runner along with the factory navigation unit. Sunroof is really nice too. I just use my FJ to abuse in the mountains, and use the 4Runner for everything else. It is a lot nicer on longer road trips too!! It really doesn't get much better mileage than the FJ, but does have a larger tank for those trips back and forth to school.
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