2011 Toyota 4Runner

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  • Engine: 270 horsepower
  • Seating: 5-7 passengers
  • Driving Range: 391 - 529 miles
  • Drive: Four-Wheel Drive; Rear-Wheel Drive
  • Cargo Capacity: 46.3 - 47.2 cu. ft.
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  • Styling8.4
  • Performance8.4
  • Interior8.6
  • Quality8.8
  • Recommendation8.4
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  • Styling2.0
  • Performance7.0
  • Interior8.0
  • Quality7.0
  • Recommendation6.0
The end of a great dynasty by JJ from Vancouver on 11/12/2010. Trim: 2011 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4X4 V6, Owned less than 1 year.
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Pros: it is a 4 runner,and assuming they are still made in Japan, the quality will be there...... I hope.
Cons: 1) compared to my 04 LTD, this vehicle re-defines "ugly". 2) Compared the previous generation, they took away more than they gained with the re-design. height control for one. 3) Toyota has always held the flag that this is made for "off road". I do not disagree. but putting 19" low rider tires on the LTD and claiming an off road status????
Overall review: Toyota is really making some unbelievable marketing mistakes. I was ready to trade up to the 2010 until I actually saw this horror. its truly un attractive in a way that is obviously meant to cut corners. the last generation was great in the visual dept for sure. No 8 cylinder, no auto height control, and some other features are obviously missing on this truck. But the icing on the cake is so ridiculous its funny. 19" low profile tires on the LTD version that if taken even remotely off road, just a wee bit, would fold like a bad deck of cards. And if you want to go back to the 17's for a huge choice of tires, the dealer cant do it! I'm of the opinion that getting the next generation of any vehicle should be an upgrade. For me, going form the 04 to the 10, would not even be a lateral move, but a significant step backwards. Being a 4 runner owner since the 90's, this is the first time I'm convinced to look elsewhere, but I'm not sure who will step up to the plate.
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