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Neil Cumins
Automotive Editor - October 30, 2018

2019 Toyota 4Runner OVERVIEW

Toyota’s unburstable 4Runner remains a potent off-roader, offering technology from its Land Cruiser sibling at less than half the price. The 2019 Toyota 4Runner is also one of the last body-on-frame vehicles on sale, delivering remarkable levels of durability.

What's New for 2019

The 4Runner offers a new styling option on Limited models, named after the deadly Nightshade weed. There’s revised suspension on the flagship TRD Pro, which also gains satellite navigation and an upgraded stereo.

Toyota 4Runner

Choosing Your Toyota 4Runner

The 4Runner is an uncompromising off-road vehicle, with nine inches of ground clearance and skid plates to protect its mechanicals against rocks and debris. This purposefulness is continued in its 4.0-liter V6 gas engine that makes 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque, and is capable of towing 5,000 pounds. Fuel economy comes in at an EPA-estimated 17 miles per gallon city, 21 mpg highway, and 18 combined. There’s a sequential manual override for the standard five-speed automatic transmission, which feeds the rear wheels on SR5 and Limited models.

Only TRD versions gain part-time four-wheel drive as standard, though it’s optional on other models. Options packages are erratically priced, with certain items only available in conjunction with other upgrades. Confusingly, these combinations are ordered and priced differently from one model to the next.


Retailing at $35,955 (all prices include the $1,045 destination charge), the 4Runner SR5 sits on 17-inch alloy wheels. The cabin is complete with an eight-way power adjustable driver seat facing a leather-trimmed steering wheel. The infotainment unit is Toyota’s Entune system, with a 6.1-inch touchscreen displaying the rearview camera and controlling an eight-speaker CD player. Creature comforts include keyless entry, cruise control, and a power rear liftgate window.

For $650, buyers can add an upgraded audio system, navigation, a sliding second row bench with one-touch access to the back, and a 50/50-split fold-flat third-row that increases seating capacity to seven. On 4WD models, the upgraded audio system, navigation, and running boards are bundled for $190.

SR5 Premium

Costing $37,785, the SR5 Premium has a number of significant advances over the basic SR5. Satellite navigation is standard, while the touchscreen also comes with a suite of Entune apps installed. The rearview mirror automatically dims, the heated outside power mirrors gain turn signal indicators, there’s a HomeLink universal transceiver, and the fabric seats are upgraded to SofTex.

A moonroof and running boards are available for $445 on 2WD models. With 4WD, the package options expand. The moonroof is $100, the third-row and sliding second row are bundled with the moonroof for $1,185, while the running boards, moonroof, third row, and sliding second row all together costs $1,530.

TRD Off-Road

At $39,130, the TRD Off-Road comes with 4WD as standard and offers a number of significant upgrades. There’s active traction control, hill start assist, crawl control, and a locking rear differential as standard. A TRD shift knob and Off-Road floor mats remind occupants about this 4Runner’s go-anywhere credentials. However, the third row is not an option.

As for packages, the running boards, navigation, and upgraded audio system run $190, while the Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) with options bundles the suspension system with the premium audio system and navigation for $1,595.

TRD Off-Road Premium

Also standard with 4WD and no third row option, spending $41,040 gets you the TRD Off-Road Premium model. Differences to the basic TRD Off-Road are minimal – red TRD stitching on the headrests and a few of the SR5 Premium’s standard features. These include integrated navigation and the Entune app suite, the HomeLink transceiver and the auto-dimming rearview mirror. SofTex fabric also reappears in the cabin.

The moonroof is available as a $100 option, while bundling it with the running boards costs $445. The moonroof plus the KDSS is $1,850, while adding the running boards to the mix ups the price to $2,195. For $2,545, a package combining the moonroof, running boards, KDSS, and a sliding rear cargo deck with an under-floor storage compartment is available.


Intended for use in the great outdoors, TRD Pro models retail at $47,460. It’s the most expensive 4Runner model, thanks to the fitment of high-performance shocks, tuned front springs, and a locking rear differential. Part-time 4WD is fed to the road through matte black alloy wheels, while other external identifiers include a bespoke grille, TRD-stamped skid plates, and TRD Pro hard badging. A moonroof comes as standard, as do auto headlights and navigation, while the third row is again unavailable.

Package options include the running boards for $345, the sliding rear cargo deck with the under-floor storage compartment for $350, or both for $695.


While the TRD Pro represents the 4Runner at its most rugged and nature conquering, the Limited targets on-road comfort for a starting price of $44,270 with 2WD. The 20-inch alloys are more show than go, while front and rear parking sonar emerges from color-keyed bumpers with chrome inserts, matching the door handles and front grille. There’s keyless entry and a push button start inside the cabin, where the front seats are heated and ventilated through perforated leather trim; further temperature control is provided by dual-zone climate.

The third row comes with leather and the sliding second row for $365, while automatic running boards costs $500. Adding these options together costs $1,865 in the final package bundle.

Nightshade Special Edition

The newly-launched Nightshade Special Edition combines a number of black styling details for a starting price of $48,045. It comes standard with 4WD, and the alloy wheels, spoilers, door handles, roof rails, mirrors, garnishes, and exhaust all turn black. The cabin sports black interior trim too, from its steering wheel and shift knob to door grips and center console panel. The leather-trimmed third row and sliding second row costs $365.

CarsDirect Tip

Rural buyers will naturally be attracted to the TRD Pro trim, though the SR5 Premium provides the optimal balance between equipment and affordability in the 2019 Toyota 4Runner lineup. Its options packages are also more reasonably priced than identical upgrades on more expensive models.

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