|2010 4Runner History:|
Although sales of the 2009 4Runner are at all time low levels it appears that Toyota is moving forward with
plans to introduce an all new 2010 version of the Toyota 4Runner. This would make the 2010 4Runner model
the first year of the fifth generation. The 4Runner will continue to be manufactured in Japan.
The 2010 4Runner will have a start of production date of August 2009.
It will make its world debut at the State Fair of Dallas Texas on September 24th, 2009.
The 2010 4Runner equipped with the V6 will begin arriving at dealerships in late October/early November.
The 4x2 SR5 model with the 2.7-liter L4 will arrive in early January 2010.
For 2010 the Toyota 4Runner is available in 6 different models.
There are three trim levels; SR5, Trail Edition and Limited.
|2010 Trail Edition|
Toyota 4Runner 4WD V6
Classic Silver Metallic (1F7)
New 4.0l V6 engine with Dual VVTi
17" alloy wheels with P265/70R17 tires
Trail Edition Interior
TE overhead console
Enhanced Rugged Sporty exterior styling - returns to it its roots
Dimensions: overall height: +1.2", overall width: +0.6", overall legnth: +1.6"
Ground Clearance: +0.9" 2WD, +0.6" 4WD
The V8 engine will no longer be available.
No multi-mode transfer case will be available. Choices are part time two speed transfer case or full time only 4WD with torsen center diff.
New 4.0l V6 engine with Dual VVTi 268 hp (+32), 273 Ibs-ft (+7)
New 2.7L L4 engine 161 hp, 184 1bs-ft torque
Improved interior comfort with higher h-point and better headroom, improved instrument panel and easier to use HVAC controls with available dual zone climate control
40:20:40 Split folding 2nd Row Seat with Recline
New Off-Road options: Crawl Control, Multi-terrain Assist, KDSS (Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System), Active Traction Control
New paint colors are Shoreline Blue Pearl (8V5), Classic Silver Metallic (1F7) and Magnetic Grey Metallic (1G3)
Dropped paint colors are Titanium Metallic, Natural White, Galatic Grey Mica, Driftwood Pearl, Nautical Blue Metallic, Shadow Mica
Carryover paint colors are Black (202), Salsa Red Pearl (3Q3) and Blizzard Pearl (070)
Star Safety System 8 airbags, which includes new knee airbags
Standard Tow Hitch
Available 50:50 split, fold flat 3rd Row Seat
Limited Edition will have push button start, 15 speakers, puddle lamps, 20" wheels, 245/60 series tires, Optitron gauges, full-time 4WD
Optitron gauges include a Voltmeter, Optitron standard on Trail and Limited. Not available on SR5
All instrument clusters include an Eco Driving Indicator
Standard Smart Key System on Limited only
HomeLink universal transceiver standard on all models
Available Auto Dimming Mirror with Rear Camera Backup Display
20" Wheel standard on Limited
Available USB port with head unit iPod control & Satellite ready radio
Available Sliding Rear Cargo Deck that support 440 Ibs., optional on SR5, standard on Trail and Limited
Rear Gate Speakers and a sound optimization mode for tailgate listening
Sequential shift transmission
Sport Edition no longer available
Trail Edition now includes a hood scoop
Trail Edition will include Matte Black bumpers, door handles, mirrors and flares
Trail Edition includes Multi-Terrain ABS
A rear electric locking differential will be standard on the Trail Edition and not available on other models.
KDSS (Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System). Optional on TE model only.
Enhances ride comfort and handling response by using a hydraulic control system to control the suspension stabilizer bars in response
to road surface and driving conditions during cornering or off-road driving.
The KDSS has hydraulic cylinders positioned on the front and rear stabilizer bars, and controls the operation of the stabilizer bars by
switching a hydraulic circuit using electronic control. When driving on-road, the passage of fluid between the front and rear hydraulic
cylinders is blocked and the effectiveness of the stabilizer bars is utilized to suppress the roll of the vehicle while cornering.
During off-road driving, the passage of fluid between the front and rear hydraulic cylinders is opened and the effectiveness of the
stabilizer bars is restrained. In this way, the suspension stroke is maintained, and off-road driveability is improved.
XREAS will still be available but on Limited only.
The diagonally positioned lower piston chambers of the front shock absorbers and upper piston chambers of the rear shock absorbers are
connected via a piping system, and the intermediate units are positioned between these shock absorbers,
optimally adjusting the damping force of the left and right shock absorbers when driving over bumpy surfaces and when cornering.
The exclusive shock absorbers have been painted in red for a sporty appearance.
Crawl Control (TE Only) has 5 speeds...but cannot be in use if using multi-terrain select.
Standard 265/70/17 (32") tires
Auto up/down switches for all windows
Hidden rear wiper underneath rear spoiler, spoiler standard on all models
Option for inside door handle lighting
Puddle lighting underneath side mirrors
Turn signals in side mirrors
Finger pull gas cap door
Motorized antenna on some models
No standard automatic climate control on lower level models
245 width base tires, though they are 245/70/17's (30.5")
20" wheels on the Limited, no 18" wheels available at all
There are two 12V power outlets up front, 1 in the glove box, 1 on the center stack and one in the cargo area
The AC power outlet goes from 100W to 400W and is standard on Trail and Limited
If optioned for the 120V AC power outlet, you will get two outlets, one in the center console and one in the cargo area
While the vehicle is being driven the maximum capacity of the power outlet is always 120V AC 100W.
When the vehicle is stationary the maximum capacity of the power outlet varies depending on the position of the shift lever.
The maximum capacity is 120V AC/100W when the shift lever is in any position other than P or N.
The maximum capacity is 120V AC/400W when the shift lever is in P or N.
All models use the 13.3" front brake rotors and 4-piston type front brake calipers
Optional footwell lighting, interior door handle lights and shifter lighting from roof mounted console
Auto up/down switches for all windows
Windshield wiper de-icer, This feature is used to prevent ice from building up on the windshield and wiper blades
Active head restraints
Rear seatback angle adjustment
Headlight switch has the option of turning the daytime running light system off
Intuitive parking assist
Optional Rear view monitor system (rear view mirror-attached type)
A-TRAC active traction control system, all 4WD models, operated via button when in 4Lo only
USB port located in glove box
Party mode switch, In party mode, the sound volume from the speakers on the back door is bigger than in base mode. The output from the speakers on the rear doors will be transferred to the back door speakers
Front personal (map) lights have a "door" mode switch
Pen Holder located under lid in center console box, next to tissue box holder
ICE indicator, If the outside temperature lowers to 37 °F or below when the engine switch is in the “ON” position, the “ICE” indicator will come on to warn the driver that roads may be icy.
The burger trays from the front and rear consoles have been deleted
A compass has been included on the accessory meter display
10,000 mile oil change intervals using synthetic 0W-20 oil
Keyless entry buttons on the key, no more seperate keyfob
LED light bulbs, The side turn signal lights and high mounted stoplight consist of a number of LEDs.
Available Safety Connect (First Year Subscription included). A subscription-based telematics service that uses Global Positioning System (GPS) data and
embedded cellular technology to provide safety and security features to subscribers.
Safety Connect is supported by Toyota’s designated response center, which operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Safety Connect services:
Automatic Collision Notification
In case of either airbag deployment or severe rear-end collision, the system is designed to automatically call the response center.
The responding agent receives the vehicle’s location and attempts to speak with the vehicle occupants to assess the level of emergency.
If the occupants are unable to communicate, the agent automatically treats the call as an emergency, contacts the nearest
emergency services provider to describe the situation, and requests that assistance be sent to the location.
Stolen Vehicle Location
If your vehicle is stolen, Safety Connect can work with local authorities to assist them in locating and recovering the vehicle. After filing
a police report, call the Safety Connect response center at 1-800-331-4331 and follow the prompts for Safety Connect to initiate this service.
In addition to assisting law enforcement with recovery of a stolen vehicle, Safety-Connect-equipped vehicle location data may, under
certain circumstances, be shared with third parties to locate your vehicle.
Emergency Assistance Button (“SOS”)
In the event of an emergency on the road, push the “SOS” button to reach the Safety Connect response center. The answering
agent will determine your vehicle’s location, assess the emergency, and dispatch the necessary assistance required.
Enhanced Roadside Assistance
Enhanced Roadside Assistance adds GPS data to the already included warranty-based Toyota roadside service.
Subscribers can press the “SOS” button to reach a Safety Connect response-center agent, who can help with a wide range of needs,
such as: towing, flat tire, fuel delivery, etc.
Min. Running Ground Clearance 9.6", the increase over the 9.1" 4th gen is due to the increase in tire size.
Angle of Approach/Departure in degrees 30/26 (24 with tow hitch)
The V8 engine option will no longer be available
No multi-mode transfer case will be available. Choices are part time two speed transfer case for the SR5 and TE or full time 4WD with torsen center diff for the Limited
No Torsen Center Differential for the SR5 or TE models
Center Diff Lock/Unlock switch
Projector type headlights
LED tail lights
Aluminum Alloy Spare Wheel on non-limited models
Automatic climate control on non-limited models
Back Door Easy Closer System
Cross Rails on the Roof Rack
Antenna built into the glass has been replaced with a fixed mast type antenna
Gas door that releases from inside the vehicle
Mudguards are on the TE only, deleted from SR5 and Limited
Double-decker cargo tray
Rear air suspension
Rear seat entertainment system
Burger trays from the front and rear consoles
Cargo pillar mounted backup mirrors
Lighting for cupholders
Rear trash bag holder
2010 SR5 4Runner
shown in Magnetic Grey Metallic (1G3)
17" 6-spoke alloy wheels with P265/70R17 tires
Sequential shift transmission
part time two speed transfer case
SR5 overhead console
40:20:40 Split folding
2nd Row Seat with Recline
Available 3rd row seating
2010 Toyota 4Runner Add to Rich Heritage With More Power, Better MPG
When the first Toyota 4Runner sport utility vehicle (SUV) was launched back in 1984 it was a revolutionary new vehicle based on the mechanics of the four-wheel-drive Toyota pickup truck. The 4Runner combined the versatility and go-anywhere ability of four-wheel-drive with the comfort and utility found in passenger cars.
Twenty-five years, four generations and more than 1.5 million sales later, the 4Runner continues to evolve while remaining close to its roots. The all-new fifth-generation 4Runner is even more rugged and athletic, and packed with more power and better mileage. A completely redesigned interior and unique cargo area make the newest 4Runner smarter, more comfortable, and more versatile than ever.
“Backed by a quarter-century of heritage combined with the integration of the latest comfort, convenience and performance technologies, the all-new fifth-generation 4Runner has evolved into one of the most advanced mid-sized truck-based SUV’s on the market while at the same time staying true to its roots as a rugged and durable off-roader,” said Bob Carter, group vice president and general manager of Toyota Division.
More rugged than the Highlander and more versatile than the FJ Cruiser, the 4Runner combines the toughness and durability of body-on-frame construction with multi-use design that excels at a wide variety of tasks.
The newest 4Runner is taller, wider and longer for 2010, and is available in a variety of configurations. It will be offered in three models, top-of-the-line Limited, a well-equipped SR5, plus a Trail grade for those who require maximum off-road capability.
Drivetrain configurations include rear wheel 4x2, part-time 4x4 and full-time multi-mode 4x4 with a locking center differential. All 4x4 models are equipped with a 4.0-liter V6 mated to a five-speed ECT-i automatic transmission. The 4x2 models will be equipped with either a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed ECT automatic or the 4.0-liter V6 with the five-speed ECT-i automatic. Optional third-row seats allow for up to seven-person capacity.
The design strategy for the new 4Runner emphasizes a more rugged, powerful stance. Large diameter wheels and tires were added to not only improve off-road performance, but also enhance the 4Runner’s truck-based characteristics. In addition to its styling emphasis on ruggedness and outdoor adventure, the new design utilizes a combination of Toyota’s classic boxy form and progressive styling.
All 4Runner grades feature rugged new bumpers and wider shoulders, with newly designed head- lamp and tail-light systems, which offer a newly-minted, technical design quality and better nighttime performance. The front ends square fender flares meld with a muscular profile that links with a beefy and square rear bumper and back door.
Aluminum alloy wheels are 17-inches in diameter on SR5 and Trail grades and 20-inches on the Limited, and include a full size spare.
In addition to its distinctive front grille, the SR5 grade also adopts overfenders and mud guards to help tackle inclement weather and off-road conditions. A roof rack comes standard for hauling equipment for outdoor activities.
The Trail grade is designed to maximize off-road performance with a superior approach and departure angles, high ground clearance, and an array of functional upgrades for the most demanding active outdoor enthusiast. It can be distinguished by a unique hood scoop, unique 17-inch wheels, black outer mirrors, front and rear bumper guards and dark smoke treatment on the head and tail lamps.
The Limited and SR5 grades add to the muscular design with special touches that provide a premium appearance. The front end includes a chrome-plated front grille insert, fog lamp bezel and front bumper molding. Front and rear overfenders and side skirts are color-keyed. Chrome plating is also found on the side molding, roof rack and rear bumper.
Turn signals on SR5 and Limited V6 grades are now incorporated into the outside mirrors, along with puddle lamps.
4Runner is available in six exterior colors. Three new colors, Shoreline Blue Pearl, Magnetic Gray Metallic and Classic Silver Metallic, join carryovers Blizzard Pearl, Salsa Red Pearl and Black.
2010 SR5 V6 4x4 shown in Salsa Red Pearl (3Q3)
2010 Limited 4x4 shown in Shoreline Blue Pearl (8V5)
2010 SR5 V6 4x4 shown in Magnetic Gray Metallic (1G3)
New Engine Choices
The 2010 4Runner is powered by a new 4.0-liter V6, which now generates 270 horsepower and 278 lb-ft of torque. Through the use of advanced engine management that includes dual independent Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i), the new 4.0-liter engine offers the best of both worlds, adding more power while improving efficiency. For 2010, the new V6 engine produces 34 horsepower more than the prior V6, and 10 horsepower more than the optional V8 of the previous generation.
Additional mileage improvements have come from careful attention to wind flow, reducing aerodynamic drag to a Cd of 0.365. EPA-estimated mileage improves from 16 city and 21 highway to 17 city/23 highway for the 4x2, and from 16 city and 20 highway to 17 city/22 highway for 4x4 models. Both achieve an EPA-estimated 19 mpg combined, an improvement of more than five percent. With the new 4.0-liter engine, maximum towing capacity is 5,000 pounds.
In addition to the upgraded V6 engine, a proven 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine with VVT-i is available on the 4x2 SR5 model. The gutsy DOHC, 16-valve 2.7 makes 157 horsepower and 178 lb-ft of torque. Mated to a four-speed automatic transmission with 2.80:1 first gear and 0.753 overdrive 4th, the 2.7 delivers 18 city/23 highway mpg.
4x4 Capability Designed-In
To build on its tradition of rugged body-on-frame construction, the newest 4Runner shares the same platform as the FJ Cruiser. Extensive frame and body reinforcements have been added, using high-tensile materials to add strength without adding weight. SR5 and Trail 4x4 models have a two-speed lever-operated, part-time system with neutral position, while the 4Runner Limited is equipped with full-time, four-wheel-drive with a locking center differential and employs a three-mode, center console-mounted switch. The new 4Runner is also equipped with a stronger rear differential over the previous model, thanks to a gear ring that has increased in size from 7.87 to 8.18 inches.
To enhance grip, the A-TRAC system is now standard equipment on all 4x4 models. The system can distribute driving force to any one wheel in contact with the ground, making terrain irregularities and slippery patches transparent to the driver. An electronic-locking rear differential is standard on the Trail grade. Axles house 3.73 gears, or 4.56:1 with the 2.7-liter engine and the differential housings have improved seals for better resistance to mud and water.
An array of advanced features, formerly only available in the Land Cruiser, further boosts off-highway capabilities. The Trail grade offers Toyota’s Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) as an option. KDSS radically improves terrain-following ability by disconnecting stabilizer bars to allow for more axle travel, and better suspension articulation in slow, difficult terrain.
Toyota’s Crawl Control (CRAWL) feature is standard on the Trail grade. CRAWL is an adjustable electro-mechanical system that can be tuned to match the terrain by selecting any of five speed levels. The system maintains an appropriate speed that keeps the vehicle under control and minimizes the load on drivetrain and suspension components. The CRAWL feature helps make traversing difficult terrain easier and safer. With the transfer case shifted into low range, Crawl Control regulates engine speed and output (along with braking force), to propel the vehicle forward or in reverse at one of the five low-speed settings. This allows the driver to maintain focus while steering over very rough level ground or steep grades, without having to also modulate the throttle, or brake, pedals.
The Trail grade also features a Multi-Terrain Select system which allows the 4x4 operator to dial in wheel slip control to match the terrain. In loose terrain such as mud and sand, more-than-normal wheel slip is permitted, allowing wheel-spin to work in the vehicle’s favor. On bumpy moguls, or solid rock, wheel slip is minimized and the system acts more like a limited slip. The Mogul setting is for any extremely uneven terrain, such as V-ditches, slopes, and ridges, uphill or down.
All 4Runner 4x4 models are standard-equipped with Downhill Assist Control (DAC), which is designed to augment the low-speed ascending ability of low-range by holding the vehicle to a target speed with no driver intervention. All V6 4Runner models come standard with Hill-start Assist Control (HAC), which provides additional control for off-road driving by helping to keep the vehicle stationary while starting on a steep incline or slippery surface.
On-Road Driving Dynamics
The new 4Runner may be a truck-based SUV, but it offers the kind of drivability and riding comfort more often associated with car-based platforms.
Coil springs over gas shocks are used at all four corners for a comfortable ride and controlled handling. A double-wishbone independent front suspension, combined with new, variable-flow rack and pinion steering, makes for precise control on demanding roadways. The four-link rear suspension minimizes rear axle hop and assures a smooth ride for back seat passengers.
The Limited grade comes standard with an X-REAS suspension system that further improves performance, comfort and control. X-REAS automatically adjusts the damping force of shocks when driving over bumpy surfaces, or when cornering. The system uses a center control absorber to cross-link shocks on opposite corners of the vehicle, substantially reducing pitch and yaw by offsetting opposing inputs. With X-REAS the new 4Runner corners flatter, smoother, and handles choppy pavement more easily.
Every Safety Precaution Considered
On-road vehicle dynamics are further enhanced by a suite of high-performance, state-of-the-art safety systems. Standard on 4Runner is Toyota’s Star Safety System™, which includes Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) with traction control (TRAC), an Anti-Lock Brake System with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist. Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) helps to ensure stability by compensating for oversteer or understeer. The system uses selective braking and modulated engine output to keep the vehicle in line with the driver’s intended course. On 4x2 vehicles, the Auto LSD (Limited Slip Differential) system allows for better traction on slippery sections of roadway.
The four-wheel ABS with EBD provides the 4Runner anti-lock stopping control with optimal brake proportioning, whether the vehicle is loaded or unloaded. Hill-start Assist Control (HAC), standard on all 4x4 models and the 4x2 V6, suppresses backward roll when switching from brake to accelerator. All 2010 4Runners have active headrests for driver and passenger, three-point seat belts for all seats, an energy-absorbing body structure and an energy-absorbing hood to help protect pedestrians.
A system of eight standard airbags includes front, side-mounted and knee airbags for the driver and front passenger, and side curtain airbags for the second and third row.
The 2010 4Runner now offers the new Safety Connect™ telematics system. Available by subscription, with or without the optional navigation system, Safety Connect offers four safety and security features: Automatic Collision Notification, Stolen Vehicle Location, Emergency Assistance Button (SOS), and Roadside Assistance.
In case of either airbag deployment or severe rear-end collision Automatic Collision Notification is designed to automatically call a response center. If a response agent cannot communicate with the occupants, the agent can contact the nearest emergency-services provider to dispatch assistance.
Pushing the in-vehicle “SOS” button allows drivers to reach the response center to request help in an emergency as well as for a wide range of roadside assistance needs. If a 4Runner equipped with Safety Connect is stolen, after a police report is filed and the driver contacts the response center, agents can work with local authorities to help locate and recover the vehicle.
Safety Connect is standard, factory-installed hardware on the 4Runner Limited and available via an active subscription. An included one year trial subscription will be offered on equipped new vehicle purchases.
A rear-view monitor system is standard on Limited and Trail grades and optional on the SR5. The system displays in the rear-view mirror, helping to keep track of hard-to-see objects to the rear of the vehicle. A rear clearance sonar system is standard on SR5 models.
Everyday Convenience and Utility
The all-new 4Runner has been thoughtfully equipped with features and systems to create a comfortable travel space, allowing for convenient operation in everyday use.
The larger interior has been completely redesigned with comfort and utility in mind. The front seats have a greater range of adjustment, both vertically and front to rear.
A bright, highly visible dash houses speedometer, tachometer, voltage, fuel and temp gauges, plus a combination meter that offers multiple functions. An Eco-Driving feedback system allows the driver to manage fuel consumption in real time. Within easy reach of the driver is an overhead console that organizes the off-road control switches into one location. Features like a compass indicator and outside temperature display add functionality in outdoor settings.
A manual climate control air conditioning system is standard on SR5 and Trail grades. An automatic dual zone climate control air conditioning system is standard on the Limited. The system features driver and passenger independent temperature controls, providing separate comfort levels.
For second-row passengers, a newly sculpted front seat-back shape provides additional knee space. A center armrest has been added, and the second-row seats now individually recline up to 16 degrees in four steps.
Third-row seating has been enhanced with a larger, more supportive seating area. Access to the third row has been improved by splitting the second-row seats into a 40/20/40 configuration and adopting a one-touch walk-in function.
A rich leather interior is standard on the Limited grade and optional on SR5. The interior sports newly designed interior color schemes, using Black (Limited only), and Sand Beige. Graphite and Sand Beige fabric is standard on SR5 and Trail. Water-resistant fabric seats are standard equipment of Trail models.
The cargo area has been re-engineered to be more versatile than any SUV on the market.
More cargo space is available due to the fold-flat second-row rear seats, which do not require removal of the headrest for rearrangement. For models with three rows of seats, the third row seats are split 50/50, and they readily fold flat to allow the seatback to become the floor of the luggage compartment. They can be folded from the side, or at the rear, using separate one-touch mechanisms. With this new arrangement, more cargo space is available without removing seats, and longer items can be conveniently stored.
A Smart Key System featuring keyless entry with push-button start is standard on the Limited grade. The system allows the driver to unlock or start the vehicle by carrying the keyless remote. The back door window has jam control, like the moonroof and power side windows.
Another convenience feature is an available pull-out cargo deck that is capable of carrying up to 440 pounds of weight. The cargo deck slides out to make loading heavy items easier. When extended, the sturdy cargo deck can also be used to provide seating, sheltered by the hatch, for tailgating and campsite relaxation. For models with the sliding deck, a 6.4-liter capacity storage box has been installed behind the rear seat, for handy storage of tools or other items.
Audio with “Party Mode”
The SR5 base audio system has an AM/FM/CD player with eight speakers, providing quality sound throughout the cabin and is XM® Satellite Radio capable with a SDARS tuner.
Standard audio on the Trail grade and optional on SR5 is an AM/FM/MP3 CD player with eight speakers, integrated XM Satellite Radio (includes 90-day trial subscription), USB port with iPod connectivity, hands-free phone capability and music streaming via Bluetooth® Wireless Technology, and steering wheel audio controls.
The Premium JBL audio system has a six-disk in-dash CD changer and 15 speakers for outstanding audio performance. For models equipped with the optional navigation system, a four-disk CD changer is used, and XM Satellite Radio, Bluetooth, and iPod with MP3 control functions are included, with 15-speaker JBL audio. Reception has been enhanced on and off-road by adopting a fender-mounted, pole-type antenna. The navigation system includes a large seven-inch monitor and features an eco function that allows you to monitor fuel consumption per minute in real time, and fuel consumption per interval.
A “party mode” setting raises the bass and transfers the equalization to the rear of the vehicle to provide excellent outside audio for tailgating. Party mode benefits from rear hatch-mounted speakers and is actuated by a switch, installed in the instrument panel to the right of the driver’s seat (rear hatch speakers function with, or without, party mode).
“In 1984 the first 4Runner helped cultivate and foster the up-and-coming SUV market, said Carter. “When the new 4Runner launches later this fall it will continue to be a perfect fit for young, and young-at-heart, outdoor and off-road enthusiasts.”
Prices for the all-new fifth-generation 4Runner will range from $27,500 for the SR5 grade 4x2 with a four-cylinder engine to $39,800 for the Limited grade 4x4 V6. The pricing represents an excellent value as 4Runner starts with a price point more than $1,000 less than the current generation’s lowest price model.
The MSRP of the most popular selling 4Runner, the SR5 4x4 V6, will remain the same as the previous generation at $30,915 even though it receives more than $1,700 in added equipment. Value is further enhanced on all 4Runner grades with an array of performance, safety and convenience upgrades.
Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., reported 2010 4Runner total calendar year-end sales of 46,531 units, up 136.5% from prior year.
2010 Standard Equipment, Optional Equipment and Specifications brochure (PDF)
2010 Full Product Information Listing (PDF)
2010 Limited 4Runner
shown in Magnetic Grey Metallic (1G3)
20" 6-spoke alloy wheels with P245/60R20 tires
Smart Key System
with push button start
full time 4WD
Limited overhead console
Available Sliding Rear Cargo Deck that supports 440 Ibs.
Limited's leather interior
Limited center console