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Average User Score
3.9 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 14 reviews
2001 Toyota 4Runner Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 14 reviews
The 2001 Toyota 4Runner marked the end of the almost-universally panned I4; all 4Runners now came standard with a 3.4-liter V6 rated at 183 horsepower and delivering 217 lb/ft of torque. Let us rejoice! Toyota tempered the power with some additional control features, including TRAC (traction) control, and a vehicle skid control system.
Fuel economy reflects the new power, with 16/19 city/highway estimates. The cabin is spacious and comfortable, particularly with the leather trim. The high ground clearance allows those who still buy SUV's to take off-roading to hit the trails.
Reviewers love the new engine and continued comfort of the interior. Complaints about fuel economy continue, but these are typical numbers for a mid-size SUV.
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Toyota 4Runner Questions
Could The Solenoid Make A Crazy Sound When You Try To Start The Vehicle Or ...
Cleaned the battery terminals yesterday.. Jumped in after cleaning them and the car started right up. Went in the house and came back out to go to the store and when I went to start it it made a ver...
Why Are My Trac Off, Vsc Trac And Check Engine Lights Still On?
I have 2001 4Runner. the TRAC OFF & VSC TRAC lights have been on for a year. dealer has turned them off about 4 times and they still come on. I have replaced gas cap, no luck. Last week i replaced t...
01 4runner 4wd High Won't Engage
The push button 4WD does not engage on a 2001 4Runner and the dash lights do not illuminate. 4WD low engages as it should but the dash lights still don't illuminate. Is it simply a fuse or something...
How Many Miles Will A 2001 4runner Be Good For?
For how many miles will a 2001 4Runner run well? I'm looking at a 2001, but it has 121k miles, and I'm concerned that it's well over its average.
Dash And Tail Lights Out How Do I Fix?
I think it should be a fuse, but don't know where to start with this.