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2020 Toyota 4Runner SR5
7,239 Miles | Auburn, WA
$53,000
est. $953/mo

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2016 Toyota 4Runner SR5
60,987 Miles | Auburn, WA
$44,991
est. $809/mo

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2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5
24,362 Miles | Covington, WA
$49,848
est. $896/mo

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2016 Toyota 4Runner Limited
59,542 Miles | Auburn, WA
$38,249
est. $688/mo

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2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro
40,296 Miles | Auburn, WA
$51,981
est. $935/mo

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2020 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off-Road Premium
46,875 Miles | Auburn, WA
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2014 Toyota 4Runner SR5
116,567 Miles | Auburn, WA
$28,981
est. $521/mo

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2005 Toyota 4Runner Limited
185,184 Miles | Auburn, WA
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2019 Toyota 4Runner Limited
23,116 Miles | Auburn, WA
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2012 Toyota 4Runner SR5
134,175 Miles | Auburn, WA
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5
67,196 Miles | Auburn, WA
$39,300
est. $707/mo

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2007 Toyota 4Runner SR5
273,277 Miles | Federal Way, WA
$10,991
est. $198/mo

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2014 Toyota 4Runner Limited
91,636 Miles | Federal Way, WA
$36,991
est. $665/mo

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2021 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium
2,239 Miles | Puyallup, WA
$55,777
est. $1,003/mo

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2016 Toyota 4Runner SR5
75,371 Miles | Puyallup, WA
$36,777
est. $661/mo

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2019 Toyota 4Runner Limited
48,437 Miles | Kent, WA
$42,900
est. $771/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5
37,440 Miles | Fife, WA
$43,994
est. $791/mo

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2021 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium
8,441 Miles | Puyallup, WA
$53,390
est. $960/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5
58,276 Miles | Fife, WA
$40,999
est. $737/mo

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2018 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off-Road
28,436 Miles | Puyallup, WA
$49,999
est. $899/mo

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1995 Toyota 4Runner - The go anywhere, do anything SUV truck

Shawn
Auburn, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
One thing I really like off the bat is the reliability of the truck. It truly has the old Toyota reliability people often talk about when it comes to their trucks. My brother and myself bought it at an auction, and we really didn't even plan to buy it. The bids were going really slow on it so we put one in for $700 and won the truck. At the time of getting it, it was running on five cylinders, and the clutch was getting weak. Drove it for a couple weeks off and on without knowing it was running on five, yet it still ran pretty good. The clutch lasted a good 6,000+ miles before going out, and it was slightly starting to slip when we got it when you hit 3,000 RPMs. We've replaced the spark plugs shorty after getting it, changed the fluids, checked the belts, replaced the air filter, got ... (more)
Story
When we had a ton of snow this winter climbing some hills out in the woods and rallying it in the snow. It was a blast romping it around the snow and climbing these huge hills that had no tracks in them with very fresh soft snow. Our 32" Mickey Thompson tires pulled through.
Pros
Toyota reliability is so true when it comes to their older trucks. Look on the road when you drive next and you'll notice a lot of them still running. Much longer than anything else. The only thing that competes is old Hondas, which we also have too. Feels like an actual truck. Body on frame like they should be. I don't like all these crossover vehicles coming to the market. No personality and they're just cars. Extremely fun to drive as a daily especially with big tires and a little lift. Manual is more fun. Great for sleeping in on lunch work breaks or camping.
Cons
Kind of gutless... The manual transmission helps a lot with that. The auto is really bad. It has that old-school off-road slow truck charm, so it's not a huge deal. Interior is pretty basic. Personally, I like that for off-road vehicles but a lot of people probably won't. Not great on gas, but it's an old slow V6 with big tires and body armor. It's a lot better on gas than my 2000 Nissan Xterra 4WD automatic, however.

2007 Toyota 4Runner - This car for me is very special because it is my first car and I still keep it because it is a very complete car and has all the necessary characteristics to meet my needs.

4Runner Owner
East Hill-Meridian, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
One of the most important things about this car The ratio of the gears is 0.72: 1. The reduction of the steering is 0.72: 1. The front braking system includes ventilated disc brakes. The rear wheels have braked ventilated discs, servo-brakes, anti-lock wheel system (ABS). The diameter of the front brakes is 320.00 mm and the front brakes diameter is 312.00 mm.
Story
Some time ago I was with my family on vacation in a distant place and I was in a direction that I did not know thanks to my car, I could really find the right address.
Pros
Also taking into account the code for the size and type of the front wheels is P265 / 70 R 16. The rear tires have a size and type code of P265 / 70 R 16. This model has a steering system of the type rack and pinion with variable electric assistance. The steering wheel turns from stop to stop are 3.04.
Cons
One of the things that I did not like about this car is that it has a longitudinal orientation and is in the front of the vehicle. The combustion system used is MPFI (electronic multipoint fuel injection). The engine reaches a maximum torque of 359 Nm at 3800 rpm and its maximum power of 176 kW / 240 hp at 5200 rpm. The fuel tank can store up to 87.10 l. The ratio of the gears is 0.72: 1. The steering gear ratio is 0.72: 1.

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