2008 Toyota 4Runner

Toyota last redesigned its midsize 4Runner SUV for 2003, making a V-8 engine available for the first time. At that time, Toyota wanted to make the truck-based 4Runner larger, roomier and more fuel-efficient, yet still retain its offroad capability. After a drivetrain update in 2005 and a face-lift for 2006, the 2008 4Runner is largely unchanged. Similar truck-based SUVs include the Chevrolet TrailBlazer, Ford Explorer and Nissan Pathfinder, which also have optional V-8 engines.

Three trim levels are available: SR5, Sport Edition and Limited. Four-wheel-drive-equipped 4Runners feature Downhill Assist Control that restricts speed when going down a steep grade. Hill-start Assist Control works to keep the sport utility vehicle from rolling backward on an upgrade.

Few SUVs have the sort of name recognition that the Toyota 4Runner enjoys. Launched in 1984, the 4Runner was (and has always been) Toyota’s SUV complement to the Land Cruiser. Even though the introductory model was little more than Toyota’s compact two-door pickup with a removable top, it was rugged and tough. And over time, the 4Runner has earned its own reputation as a durable vehicle — off-road and on. Click here to read more.. »

Scribbled on May 27th 2008 in Toyota, Toyota 4Runner
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