If you’re looking for information on a newer Toyota 4Runner, we’ve published an updated review: 2019 Toyota 4Runner Review
Many SUVs these days are made primarily for comfort. But what if you want true off-road capability in addition to a comfortable ride? The 2018 Toyota 4Runner has both, and here are five reasons to take one home.
All 4Runners come with a 4.0-liter V6 good for 270 horsepower. Of course, there is available 4WD, and we had the Off-Road Premium 4Runner with an array of off-roading features like Crawl Control and Multi-Terrain Select.
The 4Runner comes well-equipped out of the gate, and our Off-Road Premium trim level was really loaded up. There’s available special TRD (Toyota Racing Development) lettering on the headrests, along with heated front seats. If you want, you can even get a third row on the higher Limited trim level. See the 2018 Toyota 4Runner models for sale near you
If you want a versatile and functional SUV, the 4Runner is your guy. Fold the second row flat, and there’s over 88 cu ft. of space. Of course, the 4Runner power rear glass staple is still going strong, which allows for easy access to the back.
On the technology front, the Toyota Entune system is one of the more impressive interfaces. There’s a standard 6.1-inch screen with Bluetooth and a rearview camera. If you want great sound, we recommend going for the upgraded powerful 15-speaker JBL sound system.
This is one of the rare SUVs you’ll find that has a body-on-frame construction. It’s durable, not only by way of the proven Toyota brand, but it’s one of the few rugged SUVs that can really get down to business.
With 30 years in the game, Toyota is doing something right. It may be time you check out the reliable and adventurous 2018 Toyota 4Runner.