5-Passenger, Power tilt/slide moonroof with sunshade, Perforated leather-trimmed heated and ventilated front seats, 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with memory function and power lumbar support, 4-way power-adjustable front passenger seat, Backup camera, Front and rear parking assist sonar, Leather-trimmed tilt/telescopic steering wheel with audio and Bluetooth hands-free phone and voice command, 15 Speaker Premium JBL Audio with Integrated Navigation, 6.1” high-resolution touch-screen display, Dual zone automatic climate control, HomeLink universal transceiver, 4.0-Liter DOHC 24-Valve V6 with Dual Independent Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i); 270 hp @ 5600 rpm; 278 lb.-ft. @ 4400 rpm; 5-speed automatic Transmission, X-REAS automatic-adjust suspension, 20” split 6-spoke alloy wheel, balance of Factory Warranty and only 42,690 km
The 2018 Toyota 4Runner SUV continues its dominance over a rapidly shrinking field of body-on-frame midsize SUVs. Rugged, reliable and highly valued, the Toyota 4Runner feels right at home on paved roads, although its ride and handling are nowhere near that of the Ford Explorer or GMC Acadia. Then again, none of these competitors can venture to the off-road destinations a 4Runner can access.
You’ll get no argument from us that the 2018 Toyota 4Runner drives more like a pickup truck than a car, but that doesn’t mean its ride is unbearable or even uncivilized. The 4Runner’s 270-horsepower V6 is a marvelous engine, delivering ample power for passing, merging and towing. Over smooth pavement the 4Runner exhibits good road manners, and off-road, Toyota’s 2018 4Runner SUV exhibits amazing capabilities. Its narrow body and up to 9.6 inches of ground clearance make it easy to move through rugged trails.
Favorite Feature: REAR LIFTGATE POWER WINDOW
Toyota’s 2018 4Runner SUV features a power-retractable rear window incorporated into the rear liftgate. Lowering the window allows cargo or gear to more easily be loaded into the cargo bay. Should caked-on dust or mud impede rear visibility, the driver can simply lower the rear window.
The 2018 4Runner’s cabin is roomy and versatile. The 4Runner’s large dials and buttons operating everything from the radio to the low-range gearing are a cinch to use. The large center console has an 120V AC power outlet, helpful for charging accessories. The power-adjustable front seats are comfortable and supportive. In back, a 40/20/40-split seat offers numerous cargo/seating configurations and reclines. Folding the rear seats yields a flat floor and nearly 90 cubic feet of cargo space.
The 4Runner is built to be tough and to handle the outdoors. It should be able to do that just fine. And that’s the point.
Not every vehicle has to be an automotive multi-tool. The 4Runner is an off-road-oriented SUV that happens to be able to haul people and stuff around town as well as any crossover or more “on road” focused SUV.
Ride and handling are unsurprisingly truckish. Which is fine – this SUV is built for off-roading. Want something soft with a Toyota badge? Go check out our 2016 Toyota Camry on the lot https://bit.ly/3f5aOt0 !
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