2017 Toyota 4Runner
35,062 Miles | Walnut Creek, CA
$29,000
Est $418/mo

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2007 Toyota 4Runner
155,566 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$11,999
Est $173/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
31,970 Miles | Miami, FL
$26,499
Est $382/mo

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2015 Toyota 4Runner
37,794 Miles | Orlando, FL
$23,999
Est $346/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
21,857 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$27,999
Est $404/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
23,943 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$26,899
Est $388/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
23,393 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$27,999
Est $404/mo

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2015 Toyota 4Runner
21,818 Miles | Miami, FL
$25,099
Est $362/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
24,346 Miles | Miami, FL
$27,299
Est $393/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
19,302 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$27,599
Est $398/mo

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2017 Toyota 4Runner
4,204 Miles | Miami, FL
$27,599
Est $398/mo

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2017 Toyota 4Runner
32,380 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$25,999
Est $375/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
8,713 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$29,599
Est $427/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
24,917 Miles | Orlando, FL
$27,999
Est $404/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
13,089 Miles | Orlando, FL
$27,399
Est $395/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
12,998 Miles | Miami, FL
$27,399
Est $395/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner
15,700 Miles | Miami, FL
$27,399
Est $395/mo

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2017 Toyota 4Runner
34,803 Miles | Miami, FL
$26,998
Est $389/mo

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2013 Toyota 4Runner
123,776 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$19,999
Est $288/mo

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2016 Toyota 4Runner
33,100 Miles | Miami, FL
$26,199
Est $378/mo

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Toyota 4Runner Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.7
138 Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.6
Performance
4.1
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.2
Reliability
4.6

Toyota 4Runner Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1999 Toyota 4Runner - FIT FOR THE DRIVER

TKA
Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I purchased the truck used with at least 100+ miles already. So I was nervous about the longevity of it. I like that the set up is accommodating for the driver, it FITS FOR THE DRIVER. It rides very well, smooth not rough. I found it handles a lot better than most SUVs on the road. It is a very comfortable ride for the driver though, especially the ac vent located right under the steering wheel. Definitely a bonus for driver. I do not like that there are no speakers in the back for passenger or vent for AC therefore I have to have the radio louder or have the AC blowing harder to circulate. I have had the truck for years and have not had any major issues outside of normal wear and tear. Therefore maintenance is low and performance is still maintained within my budget. Some larger vehic... (more)
Story
A memorable moment is when we went to an outdoor concert and got rain out. We all ran back to our vehicles but didn't want to leave the concert because they were still playing music. So I let all the seats down in Snow White (that's what I call my truck) and we all piled into the back and were able to stay dry and have somewhat of a little picnic right there in the back of the truck. I left th... (more)
Pros
It's geared for driver comfort. Its handlebars allows easy access for all passengers to get in and out the truck. I love the space when the seats are let down to allow more cargo room. And the side compartment in the back trunk area to store tools, jumper cables, and etc. is extremely useful. I love that the truck is a SUV but doesn't feel like an SUV. (Too big) which is good because I'm a woman and want to feel in control and not like I am driving a BUS. I LOVE that the rear window lets down. It allows easy access with the key to let up or down when you just need to throw something in the... (more)
Cons
Although it appears roomy, the truck does not have a lot of leg space for taller passengers. There are no vents for backseat passengers, nor are there speakers. I don't have many cons about this truck because I do enjoy it. My sunroof leaked which caused damage to the interior roof, so the headline inside the truck is discolored. It was due to not knowing when the sunroof was fully completed or not. There should be a better way to do that than just pushing one button. I do not, I repeat, I do not have many cons about this truck.

1998 Toyota 4Runner - Much More Than Just An Awesome Offroad Vehicle

Nate
South Hill, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
This is hands down one of the best vehicles I have ever driven. It could go anywhere, on or off the road. It was comfortable enough to be a daily driver and versatile enough to use it for work, towing a trailer, etc. I bought it used with 185,000 miles and put another 100,000 on it over 5 years and it hardly has had any issues and required relatively low maintenance. Toyota makes some of the best vehicles in the world and the 4runner is near the top of that list. I receive many compliments when driving this vehicle. Everyone I know who has driven it or even just rode along has been pleased with it's features and the overall driving experience. One concern is that it doesn't get the best gas mileage and I do a lot of driving. This is to be expected though because it is a SUV with a v6. ... (more)
Story
So many off-road excursions in the nearby mountains. It performed well; never broke down and was always easy to get out when it got stuck.
Pros
Reliability, ruggedness, functionality.
Cons
Gas mileage.

1998 Toyota 4Runner - Awesome reliability. Midsize SUV.

Benjamin
Honolulu, Hawaii
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I like that my vehicle is spacious enough for my family. The rear cargo area is really big for my shopping days. The seats are comfy. The rear (power) glass window goes up and down, which is very convenient for me to use for work or shopping. Most SUVs on the market don't have an option for the rear glass window to go up and down. The rear seats are collapsible. The SUV is a 4WD and has some power to do what I like to do on my free time, which is go off-roading. The SUV is easy to get in and out of no matter how (big) you are. There's no really bad blind spots as you operate the vehicle. The transmission is a lot stronger than some other gens. of the 4Runner. The bumpers are full chrome metal bumpers that most vehicle nowadays don't have, and that is made with plastic and hard foam. Th... (more)
Story
That my boyfriend and I got to fully load the SUV to the fullest with our fishing gear and took the 4Runner off-roading to get to a fishing spot, and we had a blast. It was an awesome scenic fishing trip to remember.
Pros
The vehicle was some what in my budget, at first. The reliability of the vehicle after proper maintenance is awesome. The transmission just keeps on going even though the mileage is well over 150,000 miles. The engine is strong and had enough power to haul some heavy objects. The parts are in high demand in Hawaii where I reside in, so it's easy to get any part for my vehicle when it breaks. Because my 4Runner in Hawaii is in high demand, the resale value for my vehicle will always be up there. Hawaii prices on 1990s gen. Toyota pickups and SUVs are all overpriced compared to the mainland ... (more)
Cons
The most number one common flaw with my year gen 4Runner is the paint on the hood and roof is the biggest problem. The paint is faded, and the clear coat is still coming off. The vehicle is automatic 4wd but not as good as the real 4wd standard manual SUVs. You can also feel the heat coming from the carpet from the trans tunnel, so it feels like a sauna for your feet and legs. The vehicles horn sounds like a kid's toy car horn, very soft and high pitched. Coils springs always go bad in most on the Toyota pickups and SUVs, where the ass end of the vehicle sags lower than the front end of th... (more)

Generations

The Toyota 4Runner began life as a smallish, two-door SUV but eventually morphed into the mid-size, rugged SUV that it is today. When it started production in 1983, the earliest versions were essentially Toyota 4x4 pickup trucks with a rollbar and hard shell over the bed and rear seats installed inside. Throughout its lifespan, the 4Runner has earned a reputation as one of the more capable and rugged SUVs on the market and enjoys a fiercely loyal following.

2010 - Present (N280) Classic and Contemporary

In 2009, the fifth-generation 4Runner debuted as a 2010 model. Its exterior design moved away from the more rounded lines of the previous generation, and instead took a cue from the 4Runner's truck-based heritage. This generation initially offered three trim levels, two of which carried over from before. The new addition was the 4WD Trail Edition, which featured the carmaker's Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System and a rear locking differential. Engines offered in this generation included the 2.7-liter 2TR-FE inline-four and the 4.0 liter 1GR-FE V6. A four-speed automatic transmission was only available with the inline-four in 2010, with the other models featuring a five-speed automatic. Safety ratings for this generation were largely good with only one marginal rating in the small overlap frontal offset category.

2003 - 2009 (N210) Targeting On-Road Drivers

By the fourth generation of 4Runner, the SUV was markedly different from its earliest beginnings. More changes to the body and chassis debuted at this point, making it look like a semi-luxury SUV in the midsize class. Though the 4Runner still had off-road credibility, it also was marketed more to on-road consumers. Available engines in this generation included the 4.0-liter V6 and a newly-introduced 4.7-liter V8. The manual transmission was dropped in favor of a four-speed and five-speed automatic. This generation came in three trim levels, including the SR5, Sport Edition and Limited. A double wishbone suspension was introduced in the front and the rear was a solid rear axle. However, in a nod to its past, this generation continued to use the body-on-frame design, which somewhat reduced interior room as well as handling on-road. This was in contrast to the Highlander, Toyota's other midsize entry, which was explicitly designed only for on-road use.

1996 - 2002 (N180) A Modern Shift

The third generation of 4Runner saw a shift into the midsize SUV class and more deviation from the standard pickup appearance. The major redesign introduced a new body shell on a new chassis for a five-door wagon, and it no longer looked exactly like the Toyota pickups. It was aimed more at on-road consumers and became more luxurious inside and out. The main available engines included the 2.7-liter inline-four and the 3.4-liter V6. Four-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmissions remained the standard options. Other significant changes from the second generation included a longer wheelbase, more cargo and passenger space, dual airbags, lifting tailgate, all-around coil springs, ABS, and rack and pinion steering. The 1999 models further enhanced the cosmetic appearance of the 4Runner with upgraded safety bumpers, improved interior ergonomics, and a new instrument cluster. The 2001 model year also saw a newly designed grille and five-spoke wheel rims.

1990 - 1995 (N120/N130) SUV Transformation

Although it was still a compact SUV, the 4Runner began to slowly distinguish itself from the pickups in this generation. The new generation featured an integrated body-on-frame design, though it was still identical to the pickups forward from the B-pillars. The entire metal roof was now fixed, unlike the previous generation that had a removable rear shell.

The majority of 4Runners in this generation were standard four-door SUVs, though in the early years of this generation the three-door wagon models were available. Engines in this generation included the sturdy 2.4-liter 22R-E inline four and a 3.0-liter 3VZ-E V6. On the V6 models, the gear-driven transfer case was eventually upgraded to a chain-driven case. Four-cylinder models still used the gear-driven case. This 4Runner continued to have a pickup-style tailgate that required the window to be retracted first before opening, unlike some of its rival SUVs at the time that had upward-opening tailgates with closed glass. The rear suspension system was upgraded to coil springs.

1984 - 1989 (N60) Humble Truck Beginnings

The first generation of 4Runner was scarcely more than a filled-in Toyota 4x4 pickup. It only had two doors and the front of it looked identical to the Toyota trucks of the era. While the roof above the driver and passenger was fixed-metal like the trucks, the cab covering the rear seats and the cargo area was removable; this was the only generation of 4Runner to offer this setup.

Due to the back end not being reinforced to support the top and seats, the earliest generation was known to sag in the rear. The first 1984 engine was a 2.4-liter 22R engine with a carburetor. The 1985 model upgraded the engine to a 22R-E engine with fuel injection. The first carbureted engine continued to be available until 1988. In 1986, the 4Runner had a significant redesign of the front suspension that changed it from a solid front axle to an independent suspension. This allowed the 4Runner to perform more comfortably on-road and gave the engine compartment more space to fit an eventual V6 engine, which was introduced in 1987. The transmissions offered in the first generation included a four-speed automatic and five-speed manual.

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