2017 Toyota 4Runner

April 17th, 2017 by

These days, it’s rare to find a truck-based SUV that can master back country excursions. But one ride that excels at it is the 2017 Toyota 4Runner. With serious off-road capabilities untouched by most of its competitors, great cargo versatility, and lots of must-have content, consumers agree the latest 4Runner is hard to beat.

The 2017 Toyota 4Runner Delivers the Excitement Off-Roaders Seek
When consumers want a SUV that can conquer all sorts of off-road adventures, there’s no doubt that the 2017 4Runner is the optimal choice. From sticky mud to rocky trails, the 4Runner is unstoppable. All models of the 4Runner house a 4.0-liter V6 engine that creates 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque and is paired to a five-speed automatic transmission.

There are two newly-added trim levels to the 4Runner’s 2017 lineup that are drawing in thrill-seeking consumers – the TRD Off-Road and the TRD Premium. Both provide an extra dose of rugged appeal. The TRD Off-Road, for example, comes with a locking rear differential, wheels that are 0.5 inches wider, and a crawl control function.

The 4Runner’s TRD Pro is another great choice for serious off-roaders due to its inclusion of:

Revised front springs
Bilstein dampers with rear remote reservoirs
Nitto Terra Grappler tires
Front skid plate
The 4Runner is an SUV that Excels in Towing and Hauling
For consumers seeking a truck that has the strength to not only tackle rugged terrain, but also to tow and haul, the 2017 4Runner doesn’t disappoint. When properly equipped, this powerful SUV can tow up to 5,000 pounds – an excellent figure that covers most boats and small campers/trailers.

For short errands or long journeys, the 2017 4Runner delivers great storage space. Small items have a place inside the many hooks, pockets and bins available throughout the cabin. Consumers especially enjoy the center console bin that is of usable size. When it’s time to hit the road, the 4Runner makes packing luggage and other large, heavy content easy. Not only do seat backs fold flat for easier loading and unloading, but the space provided is generous. With rear seat backs in place, cargo capacity is 46.3 cubic feet; with seat backs folded flat, this number almost doubles, reaching 88.8 cubic feet.

Consumers Rave About the 4Runner’s SR5 and SR5 Premium Trims
While upscale, jazzy content can be exciting, many consumers actually choose to stick to base-level trims because they like the simplicity and the price. That’s just fine when investing in the 4Runner’s base SR5 and SR5 Premium trims. What consumers like about these two models is that they offer a nice mix of basic and upscale items.

The SR5 comes with:

Cloth upholstery
6-way power driver seat with power lumbar adjustment
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Foglights
Rearview camera
8-speaker sound system with 6.1” touchscreen interface, voice controls, CD player, satellite and HD radio, auxiliary audio jack, and iPod/USB audio interface
Bluetooth connectivity
Scout GPS Link cell phone navigation integration

Tacking on even more to the great features found in the SR5, the 4Runner’s SR5 Premium trim gains:

Upgraded exterior mirrors
Leatherette upholstery
Heated front seats
Power front passenger seat
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Sunroof
Enhanced Entune system with smartphone app integration and navigation system
Stop in at Faulkner Toyota in Harrisburg, PA and check out what the 2017 Toyota 4Runner has to offer for you!

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