The redesigned 2014 Toyota 4Runner is offering a new exterior and an improved interior that allow the mid-size sport utility vehicle to combine comfort and convenience with performance and value. The 4Runner features a rugged body-on-frame construction with inclusive suspension technology that provides the mid-size SUV with optimal off-road capability merged with riding comfort typically associated with crossovers.
The 2014 4Runner could be availed in three grades: the practical SR5, the range-topping Limited, and the off-road capable Trail. A customer could opt for third-row seats on SR5 and Limited grades to increase the vehicle’s capacity to seven persons.
Customers could also choose between a rear wheel 4x2, part-time 4x4 or a full-time multi-mode 4x4 with a locking center differential. All 4Runner models are powered by a 4.0-liter, 270-hp V6 engine paired teamed to a 5-speed ECT-i automatic gearbox.
The fifth-generation 4Runner boasts of a redesigned front fascia that provides it with a more rugged and aggressive look, thanks to a muscular front grille, and smoked headlamps. Toyota has also changed the SUV’s headlights from halogen to projector beam and the redesigned rear combination lamps to LED lights. The SR5 and Trail grades boast of a color-keyed grille insert and front bumper surrounded by fog lamps set in inlays extending from the headlamps to the bumper.
The 4Runner Trail 4x4 carries a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $35,725, while the Trail Premium grade has a tag of $38,645.The 2014 4Runner SR5 carries an MSRP of $32,820 for the 4x2 model and $34,695 for the 4x4. The new SR5 Premium grade has tagged a price of $35,740 for the 4x2 and $37,615 for the 4x4. The 4Runner Limited has an MSRP of $41,365 for the 4x2 and $43,400 for the 4x4. More details about the 2014 4Runner here.