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'07 Sun Fusion FJ, 8,600 miles, Jacksonville, AL, **SOLD**

SOLD*SOLD*SOLD
• 8,700 miles, rarely driven
• Never been driven off-road.
• No accidents
• Stored in garage
• One-owner
• Clean Title
• Engine: V 6 4.0 Liter, 239 HP
• 19 City, 22 Hwy
• Drive train: 2-wheel-drive
•Transmission: Automatic, 5-speed with overdrive
• ABS
• Vehicle Stability Control
• Convience package (remote keyless entry, cruise control, rear parking sonar, rear wiper, daytime running lights, power mirror with image light)
• Rear differential lock
• Automatic Limited Slip Differential
• Factory floor mats
• Black cloth water repellent seats
• Front seat arm rests
• FJ Roof Rack
• FJ Cruiser 17" BBS Wheels
• Full size spare, rear door mounted with cover
• Power windows and door locks
• AM/FM/CD Audito 6 speakers
• Air conditioning
• Power steering
• Tilt wheel
• Dual air bags
• Privacy glass
• Lug nut locks

Kelly Blue Book value $26,520. Very clean inside and out. This is like buying a brand new FJ!

Email me for a Test Drive at: [email protected]
 

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Re: '07 Sun Fusion FJ, 8,700 miles, Jacksonville, AL, $24k, OBO

Deal fell through and the FJ is still for sell.

Someone buy my FJ!
 

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Re: '07 Sun Fusion FJ, 8,700 miles, Jacksonville, AL, $24k, OBO

Bump.

Why buy new when you can get this new FJ at a great price? PM me with any questions or email me at [email protected]

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Re: '07 Sun Fusion FJ, 8,600 miles, Jacksonville, AL, $24k, OBO

Bump for a price drop to $23,000 OBO! :rocker:
 

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Re: '07 Sun Fusion FJ, 8,600 miles, Jacksonville, AL, $24k, OBO

There are a large number of guys who wheel 2WD FJ's through some horrible terrain. I've seen it myself and they go in places that I wouldn't expect to see them succeed in.

Don't knock it until you've seen them in action. They are better in dryer terrain than they are in heavy mud/snow but they're very good rigs.
 
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