Actual rating will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle condition.
While most of its competitors now have car-based platforms, the 4Runner remains a body-on-frame SUV and true to its truck roots. This yields benefits off-road, where it is sturdy and capable. In daily driving, however, it can’t match modern crossovers that offer more room and a smoother on-road ride. For the hard-core mudder, there’s the TRD Pro with knobby 31.5-in tires and heavy-duty suspension. A 270-hp V-6, five-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive are standard; all-wheel drive is optional.
Price Reflects TIER A Credit Approval, All Incentives Applied For Qualified Customers. Prices are for brand new vehicles. Images are for illustration purposes only. Price excludes first month’s payment, local taxes, bank fee & DMV.