SR5 Premium 4dr 4x4
2023 Toyota 4Runner

6.5
Autoblog Rating

The 4Runner suffers poor fuel economy, a dated cabin and mediocre on-road driving dynamics. But it offers impressive off-road capabilities and distinctive styling. Ideal for those who want Wrangler/Bronco capability with a more comfortable cabin.

Industry
6

Pros: Tried-and-true mechanicals; cargo-carrying champ; roll-down rear window; multiple variants

Cons: Slow; inefficient; imprecise handling; antiquated interior

The Toyota 4Runner has been kicking around now for 40 years. For the majority of that time, new generations would dawn every six years, injecting Toyota’s midsize SUV with a fresh design and more refinement. For the past 14 years, though, including the 2023 Toyota 4Runner, we’ve been graced with generation five. Basically, there should’ve been two new 4Runners by now, and although there have been needed upgrades and welcome additions, you can totally tell.

Now, being ancient isn't all bad: It has …
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Pros: Tried-and-true mechanicals; cargo-carrying champ; roll-down rear window; multiple variants

Cons: Slow; inefficient; imprecise handling; antiquated interior

The Toyota 4Runner has been kicking around now for 40 years. For the majority of that time, new generations would dawn every six years, injecting Toyota’s midsize SUV with a fresh design and more refinement. For the past 14 years, though, including the 2023 Toyota 4Runner, we’ve been graced with generation five. Basically, there should’ve been two new 4Runners by now, and although there have been needed upgrades and welcome additions, you can totally tell.

Now, being ancient isn't all bad: It has …
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Retail Price

$45,090 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine 4.0L V-6
MPG 16 City / 19 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 5-spd auto w/OD
Power 270 @ 5600 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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