2017 Toyota 4Runner

Because the journey is the reward. The 2017 Toyota 4Runner.

Taking the long way to the top is never a problem - because when the trail is this epic, it's the preferred way to go. When you're making that climb in the 2017 Toyota 4Runner, things only get better. This tough body-on-frame SUV has been proving its capabilities across the globe for over 30 years, and with its powerful V6 and aggressive styling, it remains the standard in off-road cred. The available Entune Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite brings tech to every adventure, while the spacious, well-appointed interior ensures you, your crew and your gear will arrive to the campsite in style. Bringing more excitement to the 4Runner family are the new TRD Off_Road and TRD Off-Road Premium grades, engineered with the equipment you need to keep exploring those uncharted territories. It's time to make your next epic campfire story. Let's go places. 


Toyota 4Runner Awards
  Over 90% of Toyota 4Runners Sold in the Last 10 Years Are Still on the Road  2016 Toyota 4Runner Was Named a SmartChoice Retained Value by IntelliChoice  2016 Toyota 4Runner - Best Resale Value: Top 10

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Key Advantages: 2017 Toyota 4Runner Limited - vs - 2017 Jeep Cherokee Overload 3.6L 4WD

  • 4Runner's large 4.0-liter V6 puts out 278 lb.-ft. of torque, outmuscling Grand Cherokee's V6, which produces 260 lb.-ft. of torque.
  • 4Runner's eight-airbag layout includes a front passenger knee airbag, a feature not included in Grand Cherokee's seven-airbag layout.
  • With the rear seats folded, 4Runneroffers a cargo capacity of 88.8 cubic feet, beating Grand Cherokee's 68.3 cubic feet of total storage. 
  • 4Runner Limited can be equipped with available third-row seating, something not offered on Grand Cherokee.
  • 4Runner comes with a two-year/25,000 mile ToyotaCare No Cost Maintenance Plan, Grand Cherokee does not offer a no cost maintenance plan.
Key Advantages: 2017 Toyota 4Runner Limited - vs - 2017 Ford Explorer Limited 4WD

  • A rugged body-on-frame construction makes 4Runner better suited to hard work and off-roading than Explorer, which has a unibody design.
  • 4Runner's total cargo space of 89.7 cubic feet (with 47.2 cubic feet behind the second row) beats Explorer's figure of 81.7 cubic feet.
  • 4Runner's 8-airbag arrangement includes a driver knee airbag, something that is not found in Explorer's 7-airbag layout.
  • 4runner Limited's Entune Premium JBL Audio system features 15 JBL speakers, while explorer Limited's Sony system comes with 12 speakers. 
  • Toyota provides the 2-year/25,000-mile ToyotaCare No Cost Maintenance Plan to all new 4Runner owners, delivering coverage unavailable for Explorer.
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