I have a 2013 bought new anon.BOF, neat suspension, solid 4.0 engine, rear locker plus part time 4wd for the auto and ATRAC. Can turn off all the electronic TCS nannies if you want with a button press. Rear visibility isn't nearly as bad as people say; I am positive those who complain about it are women or manlets. Seats are big and comfy, the rear seats are surprisingly comfortable once you squeeze back in there. Cargo space is not great but the roof rack helps a ton. The full size spare is also very nice and easy to get to and have had to use it many times with random flat tires.
I have 33s Toyo AT3s on it and I get about 20mpg on the highway. If I go above 80 it drops fast, if I stay around 65 I get about 23mpg. In town is not good as you would expect, I think during the winter here in Wyoming when I didn't leave town I averaged 14mpg but that was strictly in town, never about 45mph. I dig the styling and obviously that is subjective, but at least it looks different and unique and not an ugly ANGERY blob most SUVs are. The interior is also almost all hard plastic with no carpeting but I much prefer that. Mine has 150k miles on it interior still looks great-it isn't that type of plastic that scratches easily it can take a beating. The rear cargo spot has more scratches but I also have had numerous retarded/obese dogs back there for a decade. Very easy to clean. The manual is ok but I got an auto as the manual is full time 4wd and it gets even worse MPG. I use 87/89 and can't tell the difference between that and 91. However, one anon above said that the earlier years had different engines/drivetrains so definitely get one after the refresh. The refresh also comes with a backup camera which helps if you are a woman and can't figure out backing up. The resale value is insane. I bought mine with all the good off road packages in Oregon for under $31,000 flat and I can sell it now for more than that. I would recommend anon.