New 2019 Toyota4Runner TRD Off Road

  • VIN: JTEBU5JR0K5695007
  • Stock: T07121
Fuel Economy
17.0/20.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
SUV/5 seats
Transmission
5 speed automatic
Drivetrain
four-wheel
Engine
4.0L V-6 cyl
Toyota 4Runner

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

2019 Toyota 4Runner 4D Sport Utility TRD Off-Road Black 4WD 4WD, Blk Graph Fabric. -

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.6Out of 5
  • 2016 4Runner SR5 Premium 5 stars *****

    By Max242 on Saturday, January 28, 2017

    5.0
    This is a highly under rated vehicle. We love it. We owned a 2004 4Runner prior to purchasing this. The reliability on the 4Runners (at least for us) has been great. Vehicle is on a truck frame so the ride is little different than a crossover but it is not an issue to us at all. We love that the rear window goes up and down. Controls are easy. The one thing, the 4WD selector is in a weird place, right next to the front cup holder. I think a better place would have been next to heat controls, more out of the way. Head room with sun roof is a about 1" less than our older model, but so far not an issue. Backup camera is nice to have. Engine has plenty of power. We have noticed the mileage is 1-2 MPG lower than our old model and whats rated but we live in a very cold climate and maybe it needs to be broke in also. We are seeing 19 MPG HWY & 16-17 average. Not sure we will monitor and see what changes come summer. Seats are comfortable, ride for us is quiet. View area is clear, A-pillars are not overly obstructive.
  • Great SPORT Utility Vehicle

    By ToyotaBear on Monday, January 22, 2018

    4.0
    We have owned a 95 SR5 4x4, 02 Limited 4 x 4 and now own a 2010 Limited with AWD. I keep reading about truck like ride of the vehicle but the 5th generation Limited is on a Land Cruiser Prado chassis. The suspension acronym is X-REAS. This platform has a centrally controlled damping system that reacts to curves, changes in road surface, etc. and rides as well as any Crossover. And it will still climb a tree. Also drive one of the TRD Pro models with KDDS suspension. Off or on road the ride is excellent. This iteration is in its 9th year and still a best seller for a reason.
  • Traded a 2014 SR5 for a 2016 SR5 Premium

    By JD on Monday, January 02, 2017

    5.0
    I hunt every fall in upper MI off road on 2 tracks. Never a problem very sure footed. Hi-way driving was comfortable and safe, dry, rain or snow. Base model is well equipped. My 2nd SR5 premium has sun roof, pseudo leather, w/out the extra seating. Plenty of room with a nice roof rack, heated seats, both electric adjustments.
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