2003 Toyota 4Runner
141,324 Miles
$7,995

Eatontown, NJ
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
164,827 Miles
$11,590

Bellevue, WA
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
72,046 Miles
$10,888

Everett, WA
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
152,190 Miles
$7,500

Decorah, IA
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
230,021 Miles
$7,995

Carson City, NV
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
269,395 Miles
$4,995

North Augusta, SC
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
199,385 Miles
$5,999

New Kensington, PA
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
214,666 Miles
$7,975

Moline, IL
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
249,869 Miles
$8,995

Kirkland, WA
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
200,203 Miles
$6,973

Lubbock, TX
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
286,805 Miles
$5,981

Irondale, AL
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
144,586 Miles
$7,664

Houston, TX
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
102,000 Miles
$10,800

North Canton, OH
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
233,259 Miles
$4,400

Avon, IN
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
140,381 Miles
$7,998

Barrington, IL
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
190,259 Miles
$5,988

Manassas, VA
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
211,241 Miles
$7,988

Hillsboro, OR
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
126,907 Miles
$12,864

Merriam, KS
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
205,366 Miles
$8,988

Bradenton, FL
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2003 Toyota 4Runner
226,025 Miles
$7,777

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2003 Toyota 4Runner Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.5
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.5

2003 Toyota 4Runner Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2003 Toyota 4Runner - Reliable, sporty and comfortable Toyota 4Runner

Ashley
Seattle, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
The 2003 Toyota 4Runner is super versatile. I have driven it in deep snow, in the mud in the mountains and through blazing hot summer days. It has a ton of room to camp in the car or put outdoor equipment on top or inside. I have moved twice and fit all of my stuff in the car in one trip. The stereo system is really high quality and hasn't declined with age. The stereo comes stock JBL, which is a rare find for a car that old. It has a six-disc CD changer and tape player, which I thought was cool if you wanted to bring out old tapes or CDs. The radio plays really well, and it has a ton of room for favorite stations. The interior is roomy enough to fit stuff and people without feeling cramped. It is great to put my dogs in their big bed and still have room for bags when we go camping. Th... (more)
Story
I drove this car all over Portland when everyone else was too scared to drive out in the snow. It was like the town was abandoned, and I had the streets to myself with my dogs in the back. I was driving my friends around and making grocery trips for everyone because they couldn't get out in the snow. I was able to have a little fun and drive a little bit more adventurous as well.
Pros
The leather interior has not worn out too bad, and the car is 14 years old. The stereo and speakers are JBL, which was stock, and they sound really high quality. I can fit two bicycles in the back and even sleep in the back by folding the seats down. I can also fit things on the top because it has a built-in roof rack.
Cons
It came with very worn out suspension, and I haven't gotten it fixed, so it rides really rough and pulls to the right when going over bumps. The back door stopped opening, due probably to rust, about one year into owning the car.

2003 Toyota 4Runner - It has been great to me

J R
Seattle, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
My Malibu is wonderful! I have had it for over 7 years now. It is the most dependable car I have ever had. Short of basic maintenance (brakes, tires, oil changes, etc), costs have been minimal. It has only been in the shop once, for a fuel pump replacement. It is very comfortable and roomy inside. The best part is that the view is open, and there are no blind spots. It performs great in all terrain and weather conditions. It handled very well in the ice and snow. It's been over mountain passes with ease, driving on compacted sand at the Pacific Ocean, and regular 125 mile (one way) drives to visit Family. The gas mileage is amazing, considering it is a mid-size sedan with a V6. Generally 27-33 mpg (city/hwy)
Story
I wanted my Malibu before I even found it on the lot. I knew what I was looking for, down to the color. I was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped at a traffic signal. I just happened to look over, and I caught a glimpse of "the car" parked at the dealership. I asked the driver to turn around so I could take a look. The car wasn't even for sale. The owner was there to test drive a ... (more)
Pros
I love my car! The color is my favorite, teal. Very low maintenance. It's fun to drive, corners well, has good power, and the trunk is huge! It has very good safety features such as ABS and Airbags. Child locks on the door are an added bonus for me, as I have little Nieces and Nephews, and a 10 year old Brother. The power locks that engage when car is in gear is so neat. I always feel safe driving my Malibu.
Cons
My Malibu doesn't have power windows or cruise control. Those are optional, didn't think I needed them at the time, but sure would be nice to have those features now. I don't care for the plastic hubcaps. I have noticed they have started to rattle. Guess that's what happens when you have plastic threads on metal, over time they strip and lose grip. I wish the seats folded down for better cargo hold. It would be nice if there were heater vents in the rear for passengers. Also, the front door panels have speaker "vents" that allow cold air into the vehicle. This is not desirable in the dead ... (more)

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