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Taco/4Runner/FJ... Which is best?

Old 06-18-2019, 11:46 AM
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Taco/4Runner/FJ... Which is best?

Having had let go of my dearly departed '87 ExtCab 4x4 22re pickup, I SO miss having an off road worthy Yota.
I have since moved to Santa Ana, CA and am driving an 06 Acura TSX and am so bored it. Don't get me wrong, it's a great car, but obviously no good off road.
I want to get back into a Yota with some off road prowess, but need some reasonable MPGs. That automatically takes the Land Cruiser and Rav4 out of the running.
One gets gallons per mile, and the other I don't know I would trust off road. There's some trails in Orange County nearby, but I want to head on some road trips to some off road playgrounds (maybe Moab?)
In any case, this would also be a daily driver with 50/50 city/hwy miles. Which gets the better MPG and is easier to live with, while also make a great weekend warrior?
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if you are looking for decent MPG's that eliminates your 3 choices all of them get about the same mileage
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