2005 Toyota 4Runner Overview

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Trims

Limited V6
Avg. Price: $13,182
Limited V6 4WD
Avg. Price: $14,285
Limted V8
Limted V8 4WD
1 national listing
Sport Edition V6
Avg. Price: $12,982
Sport Edition V6 4WD
Avg. Price: $11,188
Sport Edition V8
Sport Edition V8 4WD
SR5 V6
Avg. Price: $11,892
SR5 V6 4WD
Avg. Price: $13,211
SR5 V8
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $11,335
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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 15 reviews

Best Suv Out There! by Mark
 — The exterior looks great. Ride quality is smooth on paved roads for an SUV with a rear live axle. Handling is great with the XREAS and not top heavy for its height. The V8 is fast and has plenty o... Read More
Excellent Car! by oceancross
 — This 4Runner is in excellent condition. The engine is strong and powerful, the transmission shifts well and the power features work perfectly. More so, this SUV is well equipped with AM/FM stereo, CD ... Read More
One Of The Best All Around Suv's by Will
 — Love it. Great all around car. Many Upgrades. Magnaflow Exhaust, 3in Toytec Lift, KMC XD Revolver 17'' Rims, Toyo Opencountry 265/75/17, TRD full Cold Air Intake. Great built car handles like a dream.... Read More

2005 Toyota 4Runner Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 15 reviews

2005 Toyota 4Runner

The 2005 Toyota 4Runner continues the success of the 2003 and 2004 models. The base engine remains a 4.0-liter V6 rated at 245 horsepower and 283 lb/ft torque. The V8 received a slight upgrade in power, increasing it 235 horsepower and 325 lb/ft of torque to 270 horsepower and 330 lb/ft. The V6 gets 18/21 (4x2) or 17/20 (4x4) city/highway fuel efficiency, while the tow-intended V8 gets 16/20.

Drivers of this SUV really seem to love it. They cite a quiet yet powerful engine, and off-road capabilities not truly found in SUV's as bonuses. Complaining about the fuel efficiency has quieted, as Toyota works to make its engines more and more efficient, reaching nearly 21 mpg on the highway.

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Toyota 4Runner Questions

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2005 Toyota 4runner Back Door Will Not Open

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Is There An Inline Fuse Connected To The A/c Knob Lights On 2005 Toyota 4-r...

Just replaced the tiny little light bulbs behind the three knobs and they still won't totally illuminate as they should. All I can get is light on the position tips of each knob but not the function...

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Mike Zito
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Maintenance Light

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I Just Had My 2005 Toyota 4runner Serviced On 10/24 An Yesterday The Maint ...

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Chris Anderson
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How Many 2003-2009 4runner Owners Have Had To Replace Their Catalytic Conve...

So what is it about Toyota's catalytic convertors that make them fail so quickly? I have replaced 2 already on my 2005 Sport Edition and now the dealer is telling me both are going bad and need to be...

617 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 years ago)