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What you must know before buying the Toyota 4Runner
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  • SR5 Trims are easiest to find
  • Popular Trail models are tough to find
  • Special 30th Anniversary models available with rebates
  • Historically, rebates are rarely offered for the 4Runner

Current discounts mean it’s a great time to buy the 4Runner:

Historically, the Toyota 4Runner has always been in high demand, especially in the case of the pricey but very desirable Trail model. While Toyota builds around 42,000 of them per year, the rugged body-on-frame, go-anywhere SUVs always seem to sell just as quickly as they are produced. That means current APR savings of 0% for 36 months (1.9% for 48 months, 2.9% for 60 months) or $500 cash back may not seem like much, but actually represents a relatively rare chance to find the 4Runner at decent savings. Buy now to avoid missing out on these modest but very welcome deals. Also note that buying a new 4Runner is a better option than buying a late-model used car from 2012 or 2013, as this vehicle holds its value exceptionally well.

Or wait for the 4Runner TRD Pro:

If you’re in the market for a 4Runner, chances are your vehicle choice means you’re looking for some good off-road capability. Toyota just made waves at this year’s Chicago Auto Show with the introduction of its all-new 4Runner TRD Pro, which will debut later in the model year. An extra-rugged suspension with 1.5 inches of lift and an inch of additional travel, plus TRD wheels and all manner of enticing body and interior upgrades, means the TRD Pro model might make just enough of a convincing case to hold off your purchase a little longer. Look for it in showrooms by summer. If you don’t plan on going off-road much, we suggest buying the more supple 4Runner before the current incentives expire.

Or choose a great lease:

Current advertised lease specials on the 2014 4Runner offer a good alternative to buying outright. Toyota is now offering the 4Runner at $379 per month* for 36 months. While that monthly payment may seem like nothing overwhelming in the savings department, remember that the typical lease on pricier vehicles like the 4Runner is strapped with $3,000 or more in initial payments. Waiting it out won’t likely net better lease deals than you’ll find currently.

*Incentives vary by region.

Current discounts mean it’s a great time to buy the 4Runner:

Historically, the Toyota 4Runner has always been in high demand, especially in the case of the pricey but very desirable Trail model. While Toyota builds around 42,000 of them per year, the rugged body-on-frame, go-anywhere SUVs always seem to sell just as quickly as they are produced. That means current APR savings of 0% for 36 months (1.9% for 48 months, 2.9% for 60 months) or $500 cash back may not seem like much, but actually represents a relatively rare chance to find the 4Runner at decent savings. Buy now to avoid missing out on these modest but very welcome deals. Also note that buying a new 4Runner is a better option than buying a late-model used car from 2012 or 2013, as this vehicle holds its value exceptionally well.

Or wait for the 4Runner TRD Pro:

If you’re in the market for a 4Runner, chances are your vehicle choice means you’re looking for some good off-road capability. Toyota just made waves at this year’s Chicago Auto Show with the introduction of its all-new 4Runner TRD Pro, which will debut later in the model year. An extra-rugged suspension with 1.5 inches of lift and an inch of additional travel, plus TRD wheels and all manner of enticing body and interior upgrades, means the TRD Pro model might make just enough of a convincing case to hold off your purchase a little longer. Look for it in showrooms by summer. If you don’t plan on going off-road much, we suggest buying the more supple 4Runner before the current incentives expire.

Or choose a great lease:

Current advertised lease specials on the 2014 4Runner offer a good alternative to buying outright. Toyota is now offering the 4Runner at $379 per month* for 36 months. While that monthly payment may seem like nothing overwhelming in the savings department, remember that the typical lease on pricier vehicles like the 4Runner is strapped with $3,000 or more in initial payments. Waiting it out won’t likely net better lease deals than you’ll find currently.

*Incentives vary by region.

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