2011 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4X4

Matt Tierney

2011 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4X4

MSRP (with destination): $32,075
PRICE AS TESTED: $37,214

ENGINE:
4.0-liter DOHC V-6 engine
Horsepower: 270 hp @ 5600 rpm
Torque: 278 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

TRANSMISSION:
Five-speed automatic

DRIVE:
Part-time four-wheel drive

WHEELS AND TIRES:
17-inch alloy wheels
265/70R17 Dunlop Grandtrek AT20 tires

FUEL ECONOMY (city/highway/combined):
17/22/19 mpg

CURB WEIGHT:
4675 lb

CAPACITIES:
Doors/Passengers: 4/5
Cargo (rear seats up/folded): 46.3/88.8 cu ft
Legroom (front/rear): 41.7/32.9 in
Headroom (front/rear): 38.6/38.6 in
Towing: 5000 lb

EXTERIOR/INTERIOR COLOR:
Magnetic gray metallic

STANDARD FEATURES:
Hill-start and downhill assist control
Front and rear vented disc brakes
Vehicle stability control
Traction control
Anti-lock brakes w/brake assist
Smart stop technology
Color-keyed bumpers, rockers, and overfenders
Heated mirrors w/indicators
Rear spoiler w/integrated rear wiper
Air conditioning
Front fog lights
40/20/40 split folding rear seat w/armrest
Homelink
Tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel
Cruise control
Rear parking assist sonar

OPTIONS ON THIS VEHICLE:
Convenience package- $1050
Power moonroof
Front and cargo area 120V AC power outlets
Auto-dimming rearview mirror w/backup camera monitor- $525
Sliding rear cargo deck- $350
Alarm system w/engine immobilizer- $220
Carpet floor mat and cargo mat- $204
Premium package- $2790

Leather-trimmed, heated, 8-way power driver seat
Heated, 4-way power passenger seat
Leather-trimmed second-row seats and steering wheel
Courtesy lights
XM satellite radio
USB port w/iPod connectivity
Bluetooth hands-free phone and music streaming technology

KEY OPTIONS NOT ON THIS VEHICLE:
Running boards- $599
50/50 split, fold-flat-into-floor third row seating- $820

ADDITIONAL SPECS:
Four-cylinder no longer available in 4Runner lineup.

COMPARE TO:
Jeep Grand Cherokee, Chevrolet Traverse, Ford Explorer

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howisit
I disagree with Donnie and other like-minded people on this vehicle. A relic from days of $2 a gallon gasoline? Yes, this vehicle does still feature a body-on-frame construction and an emphasis towards off-road-ability, but compare its fuel economy numbers with the less capable Highlander. They're virtually identical. For a body-on-frame vehicle with a pretty decent on-road ride and excellent utility, does that really say relic to you? As one of the few remaining options for people like myself that actually do need the capability, this vehicle is very well designed, and at 17city/22hwy with 270+ horsepower, it makes for a great daily driver too. Sure it's not a canyon carver, but it certainly rides better than a Wrangler on-road. Now THERE's a relic.

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