2018 Toyota 4Runner redesigned last for 2014, and unchanged from 2016 until 2017, is Toyota offroad SUV, with truck-like body on the chassis frame. It hasn’t crossed from the rough days, unlike the Highlander, though not rough.
Comes with smooth 4.0-liter V6 making 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque that makes it fast, and the five-speed automatic transmission, that feels like enough gears if you haven’t driven the eight-and nine-and ten-speeds, much has been disappointing.
4Runner drives better than it should be. It is even easy to maneuver in parking lots. Very comfortable for hours on end, with a fairly smooth ride and very little road noise.
Inside, has been less smooth than the Ford Explorer or Dodge Durango, two main competitors. And since the 2018 Toyota 4Runner streaking on body cramped and floor space is higher, there is less cargo than in the crossover of the same size.
TRD Off Road and TRD Pro Series model only comes with 4WD. Fra Pro a serious, with Bilstein shocks have a spare remote, Nitto all-terrain tires, front springs, TRD skid plate, exclusive wheels and TRD trim and badging.
2017 4Runner TRD Off Road new model in the name, after the previous line was called.
Eight airbags are standard. It’s a good value in the crash tests, but not always top ranked in each of the tests by the IIHS and NHTSA’S.
The fifth basic model with rear-wheel-drive is EPA rated at 17 miles per gallon city, 22 Highway and a combined 19; four-wheel drive gets 1 mpg less.
LINEUP 2018 TOYOTA 4RUNNER
the fifth generation 4Runner Toyota 2017 is equipped with rear-wheel drive ($34.210) or four-wheel drive ($36.085). Standard equipment includes power driver seat, roof rack, audio system with satellite radio, Bluetooth audio streaming, and Toyota Entune service. (MSRP prices and do not include destination charges.)
4Runner 2WD is equipped with a Premium ($36.090) or 4WD ($37.915). 2WD limited ($42.525) and the limited 4WD ($44.560) comes with dual power front seats, navigation, and a 15-speaker JBL sound system.
4WD TRD Off Road ($37.335) and FRA Pro ($42.400) is set to steep.
WALKAROUND 2018 TOYOTA 4RUNNER
4Runner looks like what it is, brawny SUV, rather than what is not, a crossover. The nose looks like it belongs on a truck, right. 4Runner doesn’t matter a bit that does not lean, or that looks like a Crabby catfish. The body of the boxy have flash, chrome sprinkled around. The high window and rear pillar slope down towards the 1986.
FRA Pro Series took a crazy fish look one step further with the lattice of the tongue and skidplates like silver scales under the Chin. Available in the colors FRA called Inferno.
INTERIOR 2018 TOYOTA 4RUNNER
2018 Toyota 4Runner no luxury but it’s detailed, with a simple and reasonable control of chunky but still precise. Unlike the exterior, the interior of the avoidance of chrome. There are fewer controls on the centerstack, because control offroad overhead. The steering wheel has audio and Bluetooth button.
The front seats are wide and supportive, and with an optional skin perforation, they look great and comfortable to travel long distances. Contoured reclining rear seats and actually handle three adults.
The third row is available for the fifth and limited, but it is hard to climb back there.
Overall, the interior is nice, but it’s still less smooth than the Explorer or Durango.