Upcoming 2018 Toyota 4Runner, with off-road PRO packages will be perfect choice for toughest terrains. This mid-size SUV is in advantage over competition, and designer additionally boosted its appearance, and engineers performance. According to current information, this crossover is coming with 7-seat cabin layout, many infotainment features and 3.5-l unit under the hood. This means vehicle is completely different than before with monocoque body structure revisited and refreshed.
2018 Toyota 4Runner styling
New 4Runner will borrow some styling solutions from its siblings, which has shown attractive among fan. New headlights are prepared, with LED lighting and sharper look. Tail lights are also refreshed, while the crossover uses new tires and wheels. Inside the 2018 Toyota 4Runner, company prepared navigation as standard features. Not only tech features, but also stylish accents are part of the elegant interior of the crossover’s cabin. Some plastic parts perfectly fit at dashboard and door panels.
2018 Toyota 4Runner engines
Standard offer of the 2018 Toyota 4Runner is going to include 3.5-l V6 engine, as a part of refresh for this lineup. That is a replacement for old 4.0-l V6 which is outdated, but still delivered nice numbers on the output. Its main lack was fuel consumption. Now economy should be significantly improved with install of the new drivetrain. Nevertheless, power will be also increased to 300 hp and pound-feet of torque respectably. Transmission that sends this power to wheels is 6-speed automatic, which was also recently developed. The 2018 4Runner uses rear wheels for driving, while higher trims are to be offered as AWD models.
2018 Toyota 4Runner price and release date
With new engine and body structure, 2018 Toyota 4Runner is going to be valued different, and unfortunately to all fans, it will certainly be more expensive. According to experts’ predictions, crossover cost is going to be around $35,000 for entry models. Vehicles which are using all-wheel drive system are with higher cost, and possible hybrid might be the most expensive 4Runner ever. Release date is unknown and unpredictable, since some gossips informed that company could give up of delay this mid-size SUV for 2019 season.