2014 Toyota 4Runner revealed — SlashGear

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Toyota 4Runner III

2014 Toyota 4Runner

Toyota ‘s 2014 has been revealed, a refresh of the SUV with a new, extra-rugged and more comfortable interior as as a trio of variants. The new 4Runner be offered in SR5, Limited, and formats — depending on the driver’s focus is budget, or off-road potential — seating for up to seven and a choice of modes from the standard V6 and five-speed ECT-i auto


Depending on variant, the 4Runner operate either in rear 4×2 mode, part-time mode, or full-time 4×4 with a center-diff lock. The SR5 and versions get new 17-inch alloy designs, while the Limited 20-inch alloys in a new black-painted The Limited also gets a grille and front-bumper, matching to the side molding, roof and rear bumper, and projector headlamps.

The SR5 and Trail, meanwhile, don’t quite the same gloss, but do a new color-keyed grille and front-bumper, new fog lamp positioning. The Trail in color-keyed bumpers and overfenders, and the hood scoop and silver finish of the outgoing version.

the hood, there’s a 270HP gas good for 278 pound-foot of torque and VVT-i. Toyota is quoting up to in 4×2 mode or up to 22mpg in mode; all three can tow up to 5,000 and come ready equipped a tow-hitch receiver and wiring

Toyota 4Runner III

It wouldn’t be a 4Runner if it couldn’t the mucky stuff, though, and so double-wishbone independent front and four-link rear suspension, variable-flow rack-and-pinion steering and springs over gas shocks for all wheels. Limited models get suspension for better on-road too, while all three A-TRAC traction control can funnel driving force to any with traction.

Hill-start assist and downhill are standard across the range, and the throws in Crawl Control automatically keeps to a terrain-appropriate leaving the driver to focus on around obstacles.

Inside, optional third-row seating in the SR5 and versions, supporting fold-flat just like the second-row. The cargo deck is optional, but all get rear backup cameras, a outlet, and two 12V outlets. Limited get front/rear sonar and keyless Eight airbags and a choice of systems — including USB and Bluetooth connectivity, and navigation is standard, with the Limited a 15-speaker HD Radio with tagging and a 7-inch display.

Toyota is yet to confirm pricing of the 4Runner, though the 2013 starts at $31,490.

Toyota 4Runner III

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