2018 Toyota 4Runner in Epping, NH
The 2018 Toyota 4Runner provides the ultimate off-road experience for adventure seekers and body-on-frame enthusiasts.
The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is built to thrive off-road, one of the reasons it has retained its classic body-on-frame construction, something that most other SUVs have moved away from. This construction makes the 4Runner more capable on rugged terrains.
Protecting the underside of the 4Runner are high-quality skid plates, and, just in case disaster befalls you on your adventure, the 4Runner comes with a full-size spare.
Performance and Capability
A 4.0-liter V6 powers the 4Runner, creating 270 horsepower and 278 lb-ft of torque. If you want to make a weekend of your off-roading adventure, haul the camper with the 4Runner, which can tow up to 5,000 pounds.
Performance is enhanced by the 4Runner’s standard Hill Start Assist Control (HAC) and available Downhill Assist Control (DAC), as well as its ventilated disc brakes.
You get a choice of two different four-wheel drive systems for the 4Runner. You can go with SR5 4WD or the TRD Off-Road models and get part-time 4WD with Active Traction Control (A-TRAC), or instead opt for Limited 4WD models with the full-time 4WD system with A-TRAC and Torsen® limited-slip center differential with locking feature.
The Multi-terrain Select gives you the power to choose among four modes for the one that best fits your terrain while Crawl Control (CRAWL) and the Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) help you maintain traction no matter the terrain or the weather conditions.
Chances are, if you want a 4Runner, you live an active lifestyle. The 4Runner accommodates your fast pace with features like fold-flat second-row seats, power rear glass, a sliding rear cargo deck, a Smart Key System with Push Button Start, and a 120V AC power outlet, among others.
The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is available for test drive at Hurlbert Toyota.
2018 Toyota 4Runner Spotlight
The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is one of the last SUVs to still be built with a body-on-frame construction, making it more suited to off-road adventures than its competitors. But its 4WD technology, powerful V6 engine with a 5,000-pound towing capacity, and features like Hill Start Assist Control and Crawl Control are what truly make the 4Runner a standout in its segment.
So what features does the 2018 Toyota 4Runner offer?
It’s not all fun and games for the 2018 Toyota 4Runner. It also offers a number of technologies to ensure its occupants’ safety. For starters, the 4Runner offers eight standard airbags, side-impact door beams, and the Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS), as well as a full-size spare.
The 4Runner also features the Star Safety System™, which includes Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Brake Assist (BA), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), and Smart Stop Technology® (SST). In addition, the 4Runner includes available Safety Connect® for emergency assistance and comes with ToyotaCare for no-cost maintenance for the first two years or 25,000 miles.
Off-road thrill seekers need a vehicle that can do many things. That’s where the versatile 4Runner comes in, offering available third-row seating, fold-flat second-row seats, and power rear glass. Other helpful features include the Smart Key System with Push Button Start, the sliding rear cargo deck, and the 120V AC power outlet.
Though it’s designed for rugged off-road life, the 4Runner still sports a number of in-cabin technologies, like the Entune® App Suite to keep you connected to your music, navigation, and other technologies like Integrated Navigation, Bluetooth®, a standard integrated backup camera, and the 15-speaker JBL® audio system.
Want to learn more? Visit McGee Toyota for additional details.