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2010 - 2025 Toyota 4Runner

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- 2025 Coming Soon -

The Toyota 4Runner will reportedly see its next redesign for 2025. While Toyota has not released official 4runner redesign specs, industry news outlet Automotive News claims that the next-gen SUV model may get a new hybrid engine. Unfortunately, Toyota has not yet confirmed that the U.S. will in fact get a 4Runner hybrid. Having said that, the larger Tundra pickup and its SUV counterpart, the Sequoia, both now come with Toyota's i-FORCE MAX hybrid engine. While we do expect the 4Runner to foll... Read more

2003 - 2009 Toyota 4Runner

The 4Runner's three trim levels; SR5, Sport Edition, and Limited, are available in rear- or four-wheel drive. Each trim has a five-speed automatic transmission and either a 236-hp 4.0-liter V6 or a 260-hp 4.7-liter V8. The V8 engine boosts the 4Runner's tow rating to 7,300 pounds. An optional third-row seat expands the passenger capacity to seven. Stability control, traction control, driver and passenger seat-mounted side airbags, and first and second row side-curtain airbags with roll-over sensors are standard.The 2009 4Runner is a carryover from 2008. Read more

1996 - 2002 Toyota 4Runner


Toyota 4Runner is enjoyable to drive. Its coil-spring rear suspension gives it surprisingly good handling. Its V6 engine and four-speed automatic transmission deliver good acceleration performance. Comfortable and convenient, it comes with lots of storage room and can be fitted with leather upholstery, automatic climate control, and other luxury features. Head off the highway and the 4Runner really comes into its own. This is one of the tougher trucks in Toyota's lineup and one of the tougher trucks available from anyone. 4Runner is built on a truck chassis and it's set up to venture away from... Read more