The 2019 Toyota 4Runner is available in a wide range of trim levels that are well-equipped for what they cost.
We rate it at 6 out of 10, with a point above average for its available off-road features. (Read more about how we rate cars.)
The base 4Runner SR5 costs about $36,000 to start and includes a 6.1-inch touchscreen for infotainment, power features, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Four-wheel drive costs about $1,800 more.
The SR5 Premium adds navigation, synthetic leather upholstery, and a few other features for about $2,000. A third row of seats and a power moonroof are optional.
We’d probably bypass the SR5 for the TRD Off Road. At about $39,000, it builds on the SR5 with four-wheel drive, off-road traction control modes, a locking rear differential, and a few other features. Synthetic leather upholstery, heated front seats, and a few other features come on the TRD Off Road Premium for about $41,000.
The Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System that gives the 4Runner better on- and off-road prowess costs $1,600 on either TRD Off Road trim and is paired with navigation. A 4Runner TRD Off Road with KDSS is probably the one we’d have, but we’d look closely at the TRD Pro.
With its Fox shocks, raised suspension, and off-road tires, the TRD Pro costs about $47,500. It’s costly but not out of line with the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon that delivers a similar level of off-road ability.
Finally, the 4Runner Limited costs about $46,300 and features leather upholstery, a JBL audio system, 20-inch alloy wheels and a power moonroof.
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