2007 Toyota 4Runner Overview


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V-6 4x2 Limited
Avg. Price: $15,298
V-6 4x2 Sport Edition
Avg. Price: $13,631
V-6 4x2 SR5
Avg. Price: $13,490
V-6 4x4 Limited
Avg. Price: $16,983
V-6 4x4 Sport Edition
Avg. Price: $14,770
V-6 4x4 SR5
Avg. Price: $14,996
V-8 4x2 Limited
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Avg. Price: $15,247
V-8 4x2 Sport Edition
Avg. Price: $14,895
V-8 4x2 SR5
Avg. Price: $13,167
V-8 4x4 Limited
Avg. Price: $17,475
V-8 4x4 Sport Edition
Avg. Price: $15,193
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The Best Suv On The Road by tomsnyders
 — Toyota builds a tougher, more reliable midsize SUV than anyone else. It handles great on all roads, including wet and snow packed. The Toyota traction control system is superior to other systems tha... Read More
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 — I couldn't ask for a better vehicle. I have a job where I have to carry a lot of bulky equipment and this vehicle has been able to accomodate everything I have needed. I feel very safe in this SUV. It... Read More
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2007 Toyota 4Runner Overview

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2007 Toyota 4Runner

The 2007 Toyota 4Runner is carried over without any changes from the previous model year. The SUV underwent a thorough redesign for 2006 and is now in its fourth generation. Toyota's midsize SUV is marked by its combination of interior comforts and rugged off-road ability.

All 4Runners are built with durable body-on-frame construction. Twelve 4Runner variations are available this year, each featuring a unique engine, drivetrain, and trim line combination.

The 4Runner is available in three trim levels: SR5, Limited, and Sport Edition. The the SR5 is the base level here, and it includes automatic climate control, keyless entry, a CD player, trip computer, and power windows/locks/mirrors. An upgrade to the Sport Edition adds power seats, 17-inch wheels, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. A retuned suspension is also included. The top-tier Limited trim gains running boards, dual climate control, 18-inch wheels, leather, and heated front seats. The options list is extensive for all models. It includes a DVD-based navigation system, Bluetooth, backup camera, rear-seat DVD entertainment, and a premium JBL audio system with a six-disc changer. A ten-speaker JBL audio upgrade is also available.

Each trim is available with either a 4x2 or 4x4 drivetrain, both of which are teamed with a five-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission. There are two engine options as well. The smaller offering is a 4.0-liter V6, which generates 236 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque. This V6 is also used in the Tacoma pickup. The larger engine is a 4.7-liter V8, good for 260 horsepower and 306 pound-feet of torque. Both engines use Toyota's variable valve timing system to improve fuel efficiency, lower emissions, and boost power. Two-wheel-drive 4Runners with the V6 have an EPA rating of 18/22 mpg. V-8 models fall to 17/20 mpg. The 4x4 4Runners equipped with the V6 are rated at 17/21 mpg, and the V8s rate 16/19 mpg.


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