Toyota 4Runner Review

17/21  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.6  Sec.
0-60 MPH
46.3  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Toyota 4Runner?

The Toyota 4Runner is one of the most recognized SUVs on the road. You can't miss it, with its broad, muscular exterior and off-road prowess. Recently, the 2018 Toyota 4Runner received some updates to the exterior and model trims. It's now available in Mettalic Midnight Black and Calvary Blue. Super White was once reserved for TRD Pro models, but now it's available across all the other 4Runner models. That's not all. The new Wilderness Package adds a cargo tray, roof crossbars, and all-weather floor liners. The TRD Enhancement package comes with a front skid plate on the exterior and special 17-inch grey alloy wheels.

2018 Toyota 4Runner Interior

Toyota 4Runner Trims and Configurations

There are six model trims available for the 2018 Toyota 4Runner. The base model SR5 comes with a backup camera, leather-wrapped steering wheel and sits on 17-inch wheels. The SR5 Premium upgrades the interior with SofTex seats and an integrated navigation system. The TRD Off-Road model takes you off the beaten path with multi-terrain select and Crawl Control and can be outfitted with a Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS). The Off-Road Premium has similar features as the SR5 Premium with added TRD accents. The TRD Pro model has off-road tuned shocks and springs, a TRD-stamped front skid plate, and special 17-inch alloy wheels. The Limited trim is the premium 4Runner model that has more than just leather seats. It features 20-inch alloy wheels, parking assist sensors, and dual zone climate control.

Under the Hood

2018 Toyota 4Runner ExteriorThe 2018 Toyota 4Runner is built for off-road capabilities. It has a 270 horsepower, 4.0 Liter V6 engine under the hood that can crank out 278 lb. ft. of torque. The five-speed automatic transmission can be paired with front, rear, or all-wheel drive. The Limited model senses road conditions and traction control, sending torque to the front or rear wheels automatically. All that horsepower lends itself well to the Toyota 4Runner 5,000 lb. towing capacity. Although the Toyota 4Runner is large, it can still run from zero to 60 in just 7 and a half seconds. That's faster than the Ford Edge Titanium and Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. So whether you're rock crawling, eating up a dirt path with your TRD off-road tires or simply getting from point A to point B, the 2018 Toyota 4Runner handles like a champ.

Standard Safety Equipment

2018 Toyota 4Runner RearThe 2018 Toyota 4Runner was awarded a four star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). To assist with maneuvering in tight spaces, the Toyota 4Runner has available parking sensors in the front and rear as well as a grid-lined backup camera. Additional safety features include eight airbags and side impact beams. The available Safety Connect system provides emergency roadside assistance and stolen vehicle locator services to call center subscribers.

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