1998 Toyota 4Runner Overview

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4 Dr Limited 4WD SUV
24 national listings
4 Dr Limited SUV
14 national listings
4 Dr SR5 4WD SUV
Avg. Price: $5,892
4 Dr SR5 SUV
25 national listings
4 Dr STD 4WD SUV
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4 Dr STD SUV
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4.65 stars

Based on 13 reviews

The Most Indestructable And Reliable Vehicle Anyone Has Ever Built. by Kurt
 — It is a sure footed stable suv that feels great on as well as offroad. Even has locking rear differential which is only found elsewhere on the land cruiser. Plenty of power in town, good torque, hwy... Read More
Economical, Do-all Vehicle by Mike
 — This is the perfect combination of everything you could ever need in a car/truck. Awesome build quality, reliability, and resale; seats five, great leg room, huge storage space, sturdy roof rack and ... Read More
1998 4-runner Limited 2wd by Crystal
 — I think my SUV is great. It has alot of room for family, friends and anything else you want to put in it. I've had it for 8 years and never had any major problems with the motor, transmission, or rear... Read More

1998 Toyota 4Runner Overview

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Based on 12 reviews

1998 Toyota 4Runner

The 1998 Toyota 4Runner finally gave drivers the additional power for which they had been searching: the base engine was now a 2.7-liter I4, with a 3.4-liter V6 as an option (and standard on some trims, such as the Limited).
Optional leather trim does make for a luxurious ride, although reviewers note that the SUV still feels a bit truck-like, whereas SUV's such as the Lexus RX300 have worked to integrate car-like comfort into their interiors.
Reviewers have also started to recognize that the 4RUnner gets good mileage-for an SUV. Estimates range from 15-22 mpg, depending on city or highway driving, as well as owner driving style.

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Toyota 4Runner Questions

Dotcon
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My 4runner Had Trouble Starting.

It turned over (new battery), It caught but petered out and stalled. 2nd try I gunned it and it ran fine. Is it fuel filter? fuel pump? I have 180,000 miles on it and never had a fuel pump changed. ...

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Joshua Suggs
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Why Wont My Back Window Let Down With The Lights On And Will Let Down With ...

10 views with 3 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
walcoman
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My Mom Was Pulling In The Garage And Hooked My Step Ladder And Perfectly Na...

our unit is a 1998 Toyota 4-runner fully loaded four wheel drive v6 Limited

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rebeldog
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Mystery Stalling

Hi - I'm hoping someone has some insight into what the problem is that I've been encountering. I have a '98 4Runner with about 180k miles on it. I was on a long road trip when about half way through...

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rebeldog
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Mystery Stalling

Hi - I'm hoping someone has some insight into what the problem is that I've been encountering. I have a '98 4Runner with about 180k miles on it. I was on a long road trip when about half way through...

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