5 Reasons You Should Not Buy a Certified Pre Owned Vehicle
5 Reasons You Should Not Buy a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle
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Prices shown are the prices people paid including dealer discounts for a used 2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4WD with standard options and in good condition with an average of 12,000 miles per year. Taxes and fees (title, registration, license, document and transportation fees) are not included.
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Used car prices paid include dealer discounts for the same typically equipped vehicle (year, make, model, trim) in good condition with an average of 12,000 miles per year. Taxes and fees (title, registration, license, document and transportation fees) are not included.
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MSRP: The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price or MSRP is the price the manufacturer recommends the dealer charge for its new vehicles.
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Measured owner satisfaction with 2018 Toyota 4Runner performance, styling, comfort, features, and usability after 90 days of ownership.
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The problems experienced by owners of the 2018 Toyota 4Runner during the first 90 days of ownership.
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Reviews from owners of the 2018 Toyota 4Runner.
This 4Runner can literally climb a mountain. It's the last, true SUV of its kind -- with real 4-wheel drive and body-on-frame construction. Though it's primed for off-road adventures, it's also more than suitable for daily driving. It does NOT drive like a truck does (bouncy, jostling) though it'
reliable and safe Toyota has very good maintenance facilitys and offers a good waranty one can also buy extra maintenance which protects the buyer in case of a problem in the frist 5 years
I have been extremely satisfied with the Toyota 4 Runner! I originally purchased the vehicle because I love the exterior boxy look of it. I wanted an SUV, but not a car that resembles a minivan. The interior, although simplistic, is very comfortable, doesn't fade like leather, and is easy to clean a