Among the many new models hitting dealerships this fall, the 2020 Toyota 4Runner is also set for September. This compact, mid-size SUV comes with some safety and tech upgrades. The base price starts at $37,140, making it slightly more than the previous edition, but the updates make up for it.
2020 Toyota 4Runner
We show the 4Runner SR5 Premium with a price of $40,355 while the TRD Off-Road and Off-Road Premium models come at $1,280 to $2,100 more. The range-topping 4Runner TRD Pro also jumps in price to $50,885.
The TRD Pro features a TRD exhaust, Safety Sense-P suite and updated infotainment center. Standard safety tech in this suite includes adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, lane departure warning and a pre-collision system.
We also see a new instrument cluster in the 4Runner. It comes with a 4.2-inch screen, smart key featuring push-button start plus some additional USB ports in the rear. New models feature Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well.
The 4Runner remains one of the Japanese automaker’s long-standing models. It first hit the scene in 1984 as a compact SUV. It resembled a pickup with a shell over its bed. Since then, it had many upgrades to make it what it is today. It’s often regarded as one of the most durable SUVs.
We do several other updates across the 2020 Toyota lineup this year. Make sure you check out the information on the 2020 Toyota Supra, 2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro and 2020 Toyota Prius Prime. We also have some data on the 2020 Toyota Highlander, 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid and the 2020 Toyota RAV4.
There’s a lot to love about the upcoming Toyota lineup. What vehicle are you most excited about? Do you see yourself behind the wheel of a hybrid like the Corolla or do you want to enjoy the off-road capability of a 4Runner TRD Pro instead?
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