The FJ62G was mounted with a 3F-type gasoline engine. It was a station wagon with a third seat. In order to climb into the third seat, you first had to fold forward the second seat. Thanks to the high-roof spec, the interior of the vehicle looked quite spacious, but there was not much legroom.

The third seat was roomy, but when it was not in use it would be folded up the right and left, which rather limited the available luggage space. One concern was that when the third seat was folded up it tended to block part of the rear view, creating a blind spot on the right and left sides.

The in-line 6-cylinder 2H-type diesel engine was a naturally aspirated type with a swirl type combustion chamber in the cylinder head. With a piston displacement of 3,980cc, it produced 105PS/25.5kgm.

The 12H-T-type engine was a direct-injection turbo diesel engine based on the 2H-type. In 1985 it was added to the lineup with the HJ61V. With a piston displacement of 3,980cc, it produced 135PS/32kgm.

The 2F-type and 3F-type are from the same engine series, but the 3F was an overall improved version, lighter in weight and more compact. It had an engine displacement of 3,955cc, and produced 145PS/28kgm.

The suspension in the 60-series had a series of improvements made for the sake of better riding comfort. With the minor change in 1987, the suspension was softened by reducing the number of thick springs while keeping the same number of springs overall. The spring rate in the front was unchanged at 4.3kgm, but it had other improvements made.

The rear leaf springs were 100mm longer than those in the front, and had a spring rate about 30% higher. As the 60-series came to be used more and more as a passenger car, this spring rate was gradually reduced. With the release of the HJ61V in 1987, the front and rear spring rate had dropped to about 10%.