|By PR Newswire||
|April 25, 2014 03:30 PM EDT||
LIMA, Ohio, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Those living in the Midwest of the United States often have the need for a capable vehicle. Whether they enjoy outdoor recreational activities or just wish for the extra peace of mind while navigating through the harsh winter months, SUVs are often the best option. One Ohio-area dealership has recognized the need for a dependable and capable SUV and thinks the perfect match for most drivers may just be Toyota's FJ Cruiser.
Allan Nott Honda Toyota, located in Lima, OH, knows a thing or two about quality vehicles. Over the years, they have witnessed Toyota produce some of the safest, most dependable and most capable vehicles on the market. Despite the impressive lineup from Toyota, Allan Nott seems to have settled on the FJ Cruiser as being the ultimate vehicle for any SUV shopper's needs.
Not your typical SUV, right out of the box the Toyota FJ Cruiser comes standard with some serious terrain-taming equipment. An advanced option for a four-wheel drive system, strong 260-horsepower engine and choices of either a five-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission are available on every FJ Cruiser model. The design of the FJ Cruiser is built with a true frame-on-body construction for maximum stability, and the SUV is even capable of driving through up to 28 inches of standing water.
In addition to the impressive abilities of the FJ Cruiser, its interior also features weather resistant seats and easy-to-clean surfaces all neatly laid out for practicality and comfort. Highly visible gauges and large control knobs that can be used while wearing bulky clothing, like winter gloves, are also scattered throughout the interior cabin of Toyota's off-road ready SUV.
For more information about the 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser, call one of the many helpful professionals at Allan Nott Honda Toyota today at 419-331-0381. The dealership can also be reached online at www.allannott.com.
Media Contact: Eric Martin, Allan Nott Honda Toyota, 419-331-0381, [email protected]
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