2019 Toyota 4Runner Walk Around

The face of the 4Runner is full of sharp angles and headlights that sit up high for a good reason. It isn’t meant to be pugnacious; it provides a good approach angle for climbing mountains.

The Limited wears more chrome, while the TRD Pro sits higher off the ground and has black-painted wheels and a beefy roof rack.


The cabin controls are chunky, with oversized buttons, and the 4Runner has lots of big bins for storage. The standard upholstery on the SR5 is a rugged cloth, but it turns to synthetic and real leather as the models move up.

The front seats are firm and well-bolstered, but they’re low. The rear seats have decent space for two, and can accommodate three. The third row is difficult to access, and it’s only big enough for children—something to keep in mind if you consider the 4Runner a replacement for a three-row crossover SUV.

Cargo capacity is excellent. There’s 46 cubic feet behind the second row, and with it folded, nearly 90 cubic feet. The power rear window is a very nice feature. An available slide-out cargo floor is useful for weighty loads and can serve as a bench for tailgating.

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