2014. No contest. Bottom line = itís a 4-year newer car. Both have really low miles; and unless those extra miles on the Ď14 were spent towing a trailer uphill in Wisconsin winters, they donít matter. And the price is really good. Unless the 2010 is white, in which case I change my vote. Dan
Living in perpetual gloom, you might not recognize the myriad benefits of an Iceburg FJ.
There are many benefits to the Iceburg finish, especially for anyone living in a sunny area of the country:
1. Iceburg is the only FJ color that's a single-stage paint, making paint touch-up or (God forbid) body repair much easier to match than any two-stage paint.
2. If you actually drive off-road and pick up some desert pinstriping, you can buff them out multiple times without any worry about eating through the clear-coat.
3. The heat-reflecting Iceburg finish greatly reduces interior heating and reduces AC load.
4.When camping, the reduced interior temperature reduces your fridge's duty cycle, reducing battery load. If you are relying on an ice chest, it reduces rate of ice melt.
5. You will never suffer from the hideous appearance and extremely difficult repair of deteriorating clear-coat.