It’s been five years since Toyota modified the fifth-generation 4Runner, and for now it's full steam ahead for the rugged midsize SUV.
What's New for 2014
Its front fascia has been updated. On the interior, softer-touch materials have been added to the door trim. Entune Audio Plus multimedia is now featured in SR5 and Trail models.
Choosing Your Toyota 4Runner
The Toyota 4Runner is powered by a 4-liter six-cylinder engine that produces 270 horsepower. It earns 17 mpg city and 22 mpg highway in rear-wheel drive—standard on SR5 and Limited models—and a tick less with four-wheel drive, which is the only way Trail models come.
The 4Runner is still built on a sturdy truck chassis, unlike many competitors that have switched to car-based crossover designs. That means it retains its off-road capabilities, but might not be as comfortable as the typical CUV. For ordinary suburban service, we recommend the SR5 Premium as the best value.
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