1995 Toyota 4Runner Overview


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4.25 stars

Based on 17 reviews

Awsome Car by Matt
 — I think my car is great! I will admit there are some things I don't like, for instance the power (even though it is a V6) really drags. Also there really is not enough leg room in the back seats, grea... Read More
Nice Old Car by Chad
 — acceleration and breaking are excellent the steering is great for such a big car lots of trunk space good off roading power even though not 4 wd ac and sound system still work good one speaker just br... Read More
4-runner's Are Great by Marie
 — This is the best vehicle that i own. It is a limited edition, so it's got all the options. Power doors and locks, cruise, cd changer, sun roof, etc. Not the best handling in deep water ruts on highwa... Read More

1995 Toyota 4Runner Overview

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1995 Toyota 4Runner

In advance of a 1996 redesign, the 1995 Toyota 4Runner remained unchanged from the 1994 version, with the exception of exterior taping to distinguish the V6 models.

A new cupholder seems to have been misplaced, especially if you are toting a hot beverage: It is right in front of the vents. Reviewers loved the car's roominess and off-road capabilities, but they did not like its inefficient gas usage and lack of power, especially on hills and when passing.

The standard engine remained a 2.4-liter inline-four, with a 3.0-liter V6 available as an upgrade. Diesel-engine versions of the '95 4Runner were available only in Japan.


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Toyota 4Runner Questions

Danny Heeley

Changed Air Filter Now Not Running Right

running ruff like it is chocked

7 views with 2 answers (last answer 13 hours ago)

1995 4runner Tailgate Window Won't Go Down With Switch Works With Key,is It...

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Sergio Hndz

Obd1-code 52 For 1995 Toyota 4runner Help

I just recently found out that my 4runner wich is a v6 4x4 3.0engine has a trouble code which is the 52 for the knock sensor signal does anyone knows about this, I did a head gasket replacement, r...

1,111 views with 6 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Sahar Hossinei

I Have A 1995 Toyota 4runner 4x4. When I Try To Start It, It Will Crank But...

336 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
Carla Aragon

Tail Lights Not Working?

Checked fuses and light bulbs. Brakes work fine. As well as turning signals.

58 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 months ago)