Timeless style and reliability describe the 2020 Toyota 4Runner, returning for its 25th year with more standard amenities and more functional tech.
The ever-popular 4Runner comes stacked with standard features and Toyota’s signature reliability
The 4Runner is synonymous with the Toyota nameplate, known for being one of the most reliable SUVs on or off the road.
The iconic 4Runner is back, offered in a variety of configurations for all levels of buyers.
The trail-blazing 4Runner by Toyota lives up to its dichotomy and credence, offering a feature-packed SUV that brags roominess, comfort and ruggedness.
Available in SR5, Trail, and Limited trim levels, the 2014 Toyota 4Runner is a mid-size SUV with serious off-road capabilities.
Relatively unchanged for 2013, the Toyota 4Runner is a mid-size SUV powered by a 4.0-liter V6 engine that produces 270 hp and 278 lb-ft of torque.
A mid-size SUV the Toyota 4Runner produces 270 hp and is capable of achieving 23 miles per gallon, making it a well rounded SUV option.
A mid-size SUV, the 2011 4Runner is a unique sport utility vehicle that is at home on and off the road.
Totally restyled for the new year, the 2010 Toyota 4Runner is a mid-size SUV that combines rugged style and ample off-road capability with a comfortable ride and interior.
The get-up-and-go 2009 Toyota 4Runner remains a front-runner in the midsize SUV segment with its peppy performance and off-road capabilities.
A four-door SUV with great off-road capability, the 2008 Toyota 4Runner is offered with RWD or 4WD and the V8 version is rated to tow up to 7,300 lbs.
A rugged five-passenger SUV, the 2007 Toyota 4Runner is available with 2WD or 4WD and a choice between a V6 or a V8 engine.
A mid-size SUV with seating for five, the 2006 Toyota 4Runner receives updated styling and is still a capable off-roader.
The 2005 Toyota 4Runner is a mid-size five-passenger SUV that is great for off-road use but quite comfortable on the road as well.
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The 1998 4Runner featured new rotary HVAC controls, an updated steering wheel and new audio control head units. In 1999, Toyota updated the four-wheel-drive system, added a new front bumper with new multi-reflector headlamps, and made some changes to the upper trim levels. No major changes were store for the 2000 4Runner, but all trim levels received subtle updates to different options. New 15” wheels were added as a standard feature with updated body color options for 2001.
In 2002, Toyota released an all-new 4Runner with more room, more options, new engine choices, including a V8, and a long list of standard features. Following the major overhaul, not much changed for the 2002 model year. In 2003, the V6 engine models got a new five-speed automatic transmission, and the V8 engine was updated to deliver 270 hp. Toyota also added a rollover sensor, and updated the stability control system to include a limited-slip differential. 2006 saw an updated exterior style, complete with new bumpers, lower cladding and a new grille.
The carmaker also added thicker windshields, and an auxiliary jack on the stereo. 2007 saw no major updates. But in 2008, the 4Runner got new side curtain airbags. Nothing was new for 2009, with Toyota issuing a complete redesign for 2010 that offered more off-road options. In 2011, Toyota discontinued the four-cylinder engine models. A new sound system with the Entune connectivity system was the only major update for 2012, with only subtle changes to trim levels being made in 2013. For 2014, the 4Runner offered a new exterior style with new headlamps, an updated interior and a new touchscreen console for the stereo that included a backup camera.