Tough and rugged, the Toyota 4Runner is a powerful vehicle that’s perfect for off-roading. It’s a roomy SUV that can seat up to five passengers and has other impressive specs that make it worth considering.
The Toyota 4Runner has a 10-speed automatic transmission..
Its larger size negatively affects its mileage, but the Toyota 4Runner still does okay, averaging 16 MPG city and 19 MPG highway.
When you drive the Toyota 4Runner, you’ll be armed with a Regular Unleaded V-6, 4.0 L engine.
TIRE AND WHEEL SPECS
Powerful tires, sized at 20 X 7.5 for the front and P245/60SR20 for the back, will keep you moving across any terrain. The rear wheels, at 20 X 7.5 inches, complement the vehicle well.
You even get a built-in tire pressure monitor and a full-size spare tire as well.
Equipped with Rack-Pinion steering, the Toyota 4Runner features an impressive curb to curb turning diameter of 37.4 feet.
This rigid axle vehicle has an axle ratio of 3.73.
With this car, there are 386 inches of front headroom, 578 inches of front shoulder room, 41.7 inches of front legroom, and 56.5 inches of front hip room.
In the second seat, there are 386 inches of headroom, 578 inches of shoulder room, 55.7 inches of hip room, and 32.9 inches of legroom.
For trailering, the Toyota 4Runner can be used with a dead weight hitch and a weight distributing hitch.
With a dead weight hitch, the maximum tongue weight is 500 pounds, and the maximum trailer weight is 5000 pounds.
With a weight distributing hitch, the maximum tongue weight is 500 pounds.
The safety of yourself and your passengers is likely something you care about deeply, and the Toyota 4Runner does as well, as evidenced by its great safety features.
Enjoy a full airbag package, as well as traction control and stability control. You’ll even stay safe when parking or backing up, thanks to the included Parking Aid and back-up camera.
Finally, enjoy daytime running lights and fog lamps to help you drive in any conditions.