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Toyota 4Runner: Ready for Off-Roading or Families

Those in search of a spacious SUV that can go off-road without breaking a sweat will want to strongly consider the Toyota 4Runner. This SUV has been honored for its retained value, overall value, and low maintenance costs. This vehicle has grown to have a great reputation on the road. Owners can expect to get a long life out of your 4Runner. Your Toyota 4Runner will keep going and going, even with regular trips off-road thanks to its body-on-frame construction. To hear more about this reliable SUV come see our knowledgeable staff at Everett Toyota in Mt. Pleasant, TX today!


A Brief Look at the 2018 Model

The 2018 4Runner comes from a heritage of toughness and it'll leave no doubt in your mind that it can handle driving on all terrains. The traction for off-roading is remarkable, keeping traction when driving over obstacles or through a muddy area. It certainly has power, pushing 270 horse power and 278 lb-ft of torque and can tow up to 5,000 lb. The interior is completely opposite of the rugged exterior with the flashy 6.1-inch touchscreen display and refined materials. Cargo space is abundant with the versatile 40/20/40 split folding seats. Inside and out, it's the SUV that won't fall short of any needs for any driving purposes.
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Toyota 4Runner History

Toyota introduced the 4Runner in 1984 as an SUV that could deliver the capability associated with 4WD pickups along with the comfort of passenger-oriented cars. The first generation of the 4Runner used a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine. In 1986, Toyota improved ride quality and ground clearance with a Hi-Trac front suspension. In 1988, a 3-liter V6 was added, helping the 4Runner excel off road. The second generation in 1989 featured a completely redesigned Toyota 4Runner with styling that was more aggressive and muscular. At this point, you could choose two or four doors, 2WD or 4WD, and a 4- or 6-cylinder engine. The 1995 4Runner began the third generation with new styling inside and out, a new chassis, new engines, and enhanced safety features. At this point, there were two engines and three trim levels.

Toyota introduced the 4Runner in 1984 as an SUV that could deliver the capability associated with 4WD pickups along with the comfort of passenger-oriented cars. The first generation of the 4Runner used a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine. In 1986, Toyota improved ride quality and ground clearance with a Hi-Trac front suspension. In 1988, a 3-liter V6 was added, helping the 4Runner excel off road. The second generation in 1989 featured a completely redesigned Toyota 4Runner with styling that was more aggressive and muscular. At this point, you could choose two or four doors, 2WD or 4WD, and a 4- or 6-cylinder engine. The 1995 4Runner began the third generation with new styling inside and out, a new chassis, new engines, and enhanced safety features. At this point, there were two engines and three trim levels.

Shop for Your Next Toyota in Mt. Pleasant

Drivers love that the 4Runner can hack a two-track with the best of them and take the family to all the matches; it's versatile like that. Before selecting the best Toyota for you, pay a visit to Everett Toyota of Mt. Pleasant, Texas. Our trained professionals can show you the different models available and answer any of your questions about the features. Contact us today to learn more!