It hasn't been all-new since 2009, but the 2020 Toyota 4Runner gets a minor refresh with plenty of welcome upgrades. Toyota Safety Sense-P (TSS-P), the automaker's suite of active safety features, is now standard. This means every trim gets automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and more.
An 8-inch touchscreen is standard throughout the lineup, replacing last year’s 6.1-inch unit. Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Amazon Alexa are all included. A redesigned instrument cluster now features a 4.2-inch display for crucial information. The last tech change is the addition of two USB ports in the back.
SR5 Premium and TRD variants get remote keyless entry and push-button start as standard. The range-topping TRD Pro gets a performance exhaust system and is now available in the exclusive shade of Army Green.
A new Venture Special Edition trim also joins the 4Runner lineup. The special edition SUV gets a Yakima MegaWarrior roof rack, 17-inch TRD wheels, black exterior accents, and numerous TRD logos on the outside.