Saturday, October 31, 2009


The 4Runner is Toyota’s midsize SUV that has retained its exceptional off-road capability, but has also evolved into a vehicle that offers many different variations including 7-passenger seating, luxury amenities and an optional V8 engine. The original 4Runner that was introduced as a 1985 model was really a version of the Toyota pickup with a removable hardtop and extra seat. The fourth-generation 4Runner which debuted as a 2003 model retains its original high-level of off-road capability, but also includes room, power, and luxury. The 2009 Toyota 4Runner adds the optional Trial Edition package for the 4Runner SR5 with V6 engine and 4WD. The Trail Edition combines enhanced off-road capability with unique design, including a locking rear differential, Active Traction Control (A-TRAC), Bilstein shock absorbers and unique 16-inch alloy wheels with 265/70R16 tires. The Trail Edition package includes color-keyed grille, door handles and rear license plate trim, Trail Edition badges, black tubular side steps and tubular roof rack. Available in three exterior colors, Titanium Metallic, Natural White and Shadow Mica, the Trail Edition also features seats covered in water-resistant material and charcoal fabric bolsters. A perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel incorporates controls for the audio system and a detachable TomTom personal navigation unit. The audio system offers WMA/MP3 CD capability, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, satellite radio capability and available iPod connectivity.

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