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2022 Toyota 4Runner Limited

(2 Reviews)
(606) 862-0015
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Big, boxy and built for off-roading, the Toyota 4Runner is one of the few traditional truck-based SUVs left these days. Sure, there are plenty of family haulers with high ride heights and tall roofs, and some crossovers even spice things up with knobby tires or plastic body panels. But few things are as capable as a truly dedicated SUV.

he 4Runner's rugged underpinnings, high ground clearance, and available four-wheel drive with low-range gearing can help get you pretty far off the beaten path. Want to go even farther? The specialized TRD Off-Road and TRD Pro trims have additional features, such as a locking rear differential and Toyota's sophisticated suspension system called KDSS, that provide even greater capability on rocky terrain.

As a city-based runabout SUV, however, the 4Runner might not be the best choice considering its subpar comfort and fuel economy. A few other newer rivals also offer similar off-road capabilities such as the Land Rover Defender and redesigned Jeep Grand Cherokee. Which one should you get? Read our test team's Expert Rating on the 4Runner to help you decide.



7.5/10 How does the 4Runner drive? The 4Runner's performance is adequate. It's not terribly fast, but the engine and transmission are smooth. It can hold its own in traffic. The brakes are a bit jumpy, and there's some nosedive when you really mash the brake pedal, but you'll get used to it. Around corners, the 4Runner turns in quickly and provides a pleasing amount of stability for a truck-based SUV. Even so, car-like crossover SUVs are more nimble.

The 4Runner becomes a superstar if you're the sort who would take it off-road for exploring or adventure camping. Its multimode 4WD system, high ground clearance and special TRD features make it capable of taking on rocky trails. If that's important to you, then the 4Runner's otherwise mediocre performance will be more or less insignificant.


7.0/10 How comfortable is the 4Runner? You wouldn't be far off the mark if you sized up the 4Runner's comfort potential just by looking at it. You actually can judge this book by its cover. Its truck-based construction results in a somewhat bouncy and stiff ride. It's not terrible, but just about any other crossover SUV rides more smoothly.

The same goes for wind noise as the 4Runner's boxy shape stirs up more than the generally sleeker and more low-slung competition. Interestingly, road noise from the tires is relatively tame because body-on-frame construction provides an extra layer of sound suppression between road and cabin.  


7.5/10 How’s the interior? Living with a 4Runner is a pretty pleasant experience, but it has one fairly obvious drawback: its tall ride height. That makes getting in and out somewhat difficult, though side steps are available to help out. It's really no worse than any full-size pickup in this regard, but other crossover SUVs are easier to access.

Once you're inside, you'll find easy-to-understand controls and a highly adjustable driving position that affords a commanding view ahead. There's plenty of space in both the front and back rows. Visibility to the sides and back is surprisingly good because of the 4Runner's squared-off shape and windows.


8.0/10 How’s the tech? The 4Runner's touchscreen audio system has clear graphics and numerous fixed shortcut buttons that make it easy to drill down into the menus without staring at the screen as much. It also supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity. Standard driver aids include traffic-adaptive cruise control and forward collision mitigation.


8.0/10 How’s the storage? The 4Runner's squared-off cargo area is big. Fold the rear seats down and you can even roll out sleeping bags back there. Cargo can be accessed by opening the hatch, of course, or by lowering the 4Runner's power rear window.

The roomy second row can accommodate car seats in any of the three positions, even bulkier rear-facing models. The square door openings make for easy access, but little kids will have a hard time climbing up into the cabin. Towing capacity is 5,000 pounds, a useful figure that covers most boats and many small camping trailers. The vehicle is also prewired for not only four-pin but also seven-pin trailer plugs that come on trailers with electric trailer brakes.

Fuel Economy

6.0/10 How’s the fuel economy? The aging 4.0-liter V6 engine and five-speed automatic make for a rather thirsty pairing that does no better than 17 mpg combined (16 city/19 highway). This is, on average, 4 mpg worse than other rival crossover SUVs with all-wheel drive.


7.0/10 Is the 4Runner a good value? The 4Runner costs more than some of the crossovers it competes with, but in return you get more in terms of off-highway and towing performance. It also has a strong resale value, so much of the extra you'll pay up front will come back when you move on to something else later on.

While you own it, you'll have two years of free scheduled maintenance for things such as oil changes and tire rotations. The warranty, should you ever need it, is fairly standard. The 4Runner's big downside occurs at the pump, which you will be visiting often because its EPA-estimated fuel economy is in the teens in both the city and on the highway.


8.0/10 On the road, it's fine. It gets you there. The fun comes in when you take it off-road. As every other SUV has descended into crossover pavement-and-snow mediocrity, the 4Runner still waves the flag for the body-on-frame SUV fans who want real off-road performance.

Which 4Runner does Edmunds recommend?

The Trail Special Edition is a great place to start if your 4Runner will only occasionally play in the dirt. Available in either rear- or four-wheel drive, this trim comes standard with a rugged roof rack, cool-looking dark gray wheels and a portable cooler for day trips. But you'll want to get the TRD Off-Road or TRD Pro if you need serious trail-conquering capability.

Toyota 4Runner models

The 2022 Toyota 4Runner is a midsize SUV available in eight trim levels: SR5, Trail Special Edition, TRD Sport, SR5 Premium, TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, Limited and TRD Pro.


All come with a 4.0-liter V6 (270 horsepower, 278 lb-ft of torque) and a five-speed automatic transmission. The SR5, Trail Special Edition, SR5 Premium, TRD Sport and Limited trims are available with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive (4WD). The other 4Runners have standard 4WD. Five-passenger seating is standard, and a third-row seat is optional on certain trims to boost capacity to seven people.

Starts you out with:

  • LED headlights
  • 17-inch wheels
  • Roof rails
  • Power rear window
  • Underbody skid plates
  • Power-adjustable driver's seat
  • 40/20/40-split reclining and folding second-row seats
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • 120-volt power outlet in the rear cargo area
  • 8-inch touchscreen
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration

Every 4Runner also comes with:

  • Adaptive cruise control (maintains a driver-set distance between the 4Runner and the car in front)
  • Forward collision mitigation (warns you of an impending collision and applies the brakes in certain scenarios)
  • Lane departure warning (alerts you if the vehicle begins to drift out of its lane)

Trail Special Edition
Based on the SR5, this trim level adds:

  • Yakima roof rack
  • Dark-painted wheels and exterior trim
  • Portable beverage cooler
  • Sliding rear cargo deck with underfloor storage

TRD Sport
Based on the SR5, the Sport adds unique styling with a few extra features, such as:

  • Suspension for firmer on-road handling
  • Hood scoop
  • TRD (Toyota Racing Development) branded interior trim
  • Simulated leather upholstery
  • Heated front seats

SR5 Premium
Upgrades the SR5 trim with:

  • Simulated leather upholstery
  • Heated front seats
  • Power-adjustable front passenger seat
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Keyless ignition and entry
  • Optional sunroof

TRD Off-Road and TRD Off-Road Premium
These trims are similar to their respective SR5 trims but have:

  • Additional drive settings for off-roading
  • Locking rear differential (helps with maximizing traction off-road)
  • Optional Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) that can improve wheel articulation when off-roading

This is the 4Runner's luxury-level trim. It uses a different 4WD system and suspension setup that aims to make it more comfortable. It also comes with:

  • 20-inch wheels
  • Chrome exterior accents
  • Sunroof
  • Leather upholstery
  • Ventilated front seats
  • Integrated navigation system
  • Premium JBL sound system

The most expensive 4Runner, the TRD Pro is meant for serious off-roaders. It has the TRD Off-Road Premium's standard features plus the sunroof, navigation system and JBL sound system. It also features:

  • Off-road focused suspension with Fox dampers
  • TRD wheels with all-terrain tires
  • Special front skid plate
  • TRD roof rack




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Price $50,627
Type New Car
Exterior Color Midnight Black Metallic
Interior Color Black Graphite
Cylinder 4
Fuel Type Electric
Transmission Automatic
Engine Capacity 1500 cc
VIN JHSD8923849
Body SUV
Seat 4
Wheel 4
Door 4
Mileage 30000 km
Model Year 2022


  • Bluetooth
  • Backup Camera
  • Blind Spot Monitoring

Additional Features

Credit Card Accepted? Yes
Installment Possible? No

Contact Information


333 East Broadway Avenue
Maryville, TN 37804

Phone Number

(606) 862-0015

Reviews (2)

(Overall 3.5 Out of 5)
Peter Smith
10 Jul, 2021

This car is just awesome. I loved it.

Samin Shikder
17 Jul, 2021

Speed and accuracy is awesome. Always recommended!

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