Toyota has recently announced the official price list for the 2013 4Runner in the United States, where the model now starts at 32, 820 USD, without the 860 USD destination charge.
The 2014 Toyota 4Runner’s cheapest version is the SR5 and this can be bought from 32,820 USD, plus the 860 USD destination charge. The model in question is getting standard features such as the Entune infotainment system, fabric seats or 17-inch alloy wheels. For an extra 1,875 USD, customers can get the sunroof, navigation system, auto dimming mirrors, SofTex faux leather seats, power passenger seat and so on, while for another 2,920 USD, all-wheel drive becomes available.
“Currently In its fifth-generation, 4Runner continues as one of the few fully capable mid-size SUVs. The redesigned 2014 4Runner receives a rugged new exterior design, and interior refinements that add comfort and convenience without sacrificing its hallmark performance capability and excellent value”, as the carmaker says in its official press release.
The 2014 Toyota 4Runner Trail will set you back for 35,725 USD and it’s adding the Hill Start Assist, Multi-Terrain Response System, crawl control system and more, while optionals include the Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System. Prices for the 4Runner Limited have been set at 41,365 USD and this has a locking center differential, 4WD, X-REAS suspension system and 15-speaker premium JBL sound system. Power to all 2014 Toyota 4Runners is being provided by a 4.0 liter V6 unit, producing 270 HP (201 kW) and 376 Nm of torque (278 lb-ft), mated to a five-speed automatic transmission.