2020 Toyota 4Runner arrives:
The 2020 4Runner is in showrooms now. Though technically a carryover, the 2020 4Runner gets a revamped TRD Pro model and Android Auto. Special offers are not available on the 2020 model, but there are plenty on the outgoing 2019 4Runner.
The 2019 4Runner is still in showrooms now with an upgraded TRD Pro model that includes new Fox shocks, a new skid plate, a new roof rack, and LED fog lights. Our analysis shows the TRD Pro's price tag will go up by $3,340. Be prepared to find plenty of SR5 models in stock when you head to the dealership, but the Trail models are rare.
Also new in the 2019 4Runner lineup is the Nightshade Edition. This special model is based on the Limited trim but boasts a black theme that includes 20-inch black wheels, black window moldings, and even a black exhaust tip. At over $48,000 for the four-wheel-drive model, it'll be the most expensive 4Runner.
Toyota's offers vary by region and will expire November 4, 2019. Unless otherwise noted, all examples listed here are for Southern California.
The Keep It Wild Discount continues and shows no signs of slowing. Amounts vary: SR5 and Trail models get $500 off, Premium models get $750, and the 4Runner Limited gets $1,000.
On top of these discounts, Toyota offers a $750 customer rebate, bringing the potential combined discount to $1,750.
There are no cash offers on the 2020 4Runner.
No APR offers:
There are no financing incentives on the 2019 or 2020 4Runner.
Lease from $309/mo.:
In New York, the 2019 4Runner SR5's 36-month lease remains at $309 per month with $3,999 due at signing (10,000 miles per year).
With an effective monthly cost of $420, the 4Runner is a great deal relative to its MSRP.
There are no promotional lease offers on the 2020 Toyota 4Runner.