17/21  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.6  Sec.
0-60 MPH
46.3  cu ft
Cargo Space

2018 Toyota 4Runner

What's New for the 2018 Toyota 4Runner - the long-standing Toyota 4Runner has been the trendsetter in the SUV category for many years. Devoted fans of the 4Runner are a loyal group, coming back to the vehicle time and time again for its reliability and drivability. Heading into 2018, Toyota has made some exciting changes to the 4Runner. The first change is Toyota's new package additions to the 4Runner in the Wilderness package and the TRD Enhancement package. The Wilderness package is available on most of the trim levels on the 4Runner and features of the package include all-weather floor liners, cargo tray and roof rack crossbars, perfect for the outdoor enthusiast. The TRD Enhancement package is the TRD trim levels and adds 17-inch gray alloy wheels and a stamped aluminum front skid plate to the already sharp TRD 4Runners. On top of the two new packages, Toyota has added two new awesome paint color schemes to the 4Runner lineup in cavalry blue and midnight black metallic.

2018 Toyota 4Runner Interior

2018 Toyota 4Runner Trims & Features

The 2018 lineup of the Toyota 4Runner comes in six different trim packages that include the SR5, SR5 Premium, TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, TRD Pro and the Limited Trim. Each trim package on the new 4Runner comes with its own slick features. Like any Toyota product, the 4Runner is loaded with awesome features that make the driving experience one of a kind. On the interior, the SUV features a 6.1-inch touch-screen display standard on all trim packages. Optional leather and heated front seats are available to consumers on some trim packages as well. A dazzling moonroof package is also available on the interior. The second-row seats on the 4Runner fold flat for more storage if needed and the vehicle is equipped with third-row seating as well to accommodate more passengers. The glass on the rear door is also power operated. On the outside, the 4Runner's unique look shines again in 2018. The Limited package gives off a luxurious look with its chrome door handles and chrome-accented grille. The TRD Off-Road packages shine on the exterior with their 7-spoke alloy wheels with black accents and the TRD Off-Road badging on the vehicle as well. No matter the trim package, the 2018 4Runner shines on the outside.

2018 Toyota 4Runner Horsepower

2018 Toyota 4Runner ExteriorThe 2018 Toyota 4Runner comes standard in a 4.0-liter V6 engine. The 4Runner pumps out 270 horsepower and 278 foot-pounds of torque, enabling the vehicle to tow up to 5,000 pounds. With a 23-gallon fuel tank, the 2018 4Runner's EPA fuel mileage estimate is 17 miles per gallon in the city and 20 miles per gallon on the highway.

2018 Toyota 4Runner Safety

2018 Toyota 4Runner RearToyota prides itself on safety and the 4Runner is no exception. The trim packages all come standard with eight airbags. The 4Runner is designed with side-impact door beams, meant to absorb the impact of a side collision and keep the occupants of the vehicle safer. The 4runner includes a tire-pressure monitoring system, vehicle stability control, traction control, brake assist, anti-lock brakes and smart stop technology. The final safety feature on the 2018 4Runner is Toyota's Safety Connect system, where drivers have access to emergency access to Toyota's call-center for things like stolen vehicle locator, emergency assistance and automatic collision notification.

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