2012 Toyota 4Runner Test Drive & SUV Video Review

www.autobytel.com The 2012 Toyota 4Runner is one of the last true body on frame SUVs out there today. The 4Runner rides more like a truck and thus provides a ton of utility but it is not the most comfortable vehicle on the road. Those looking for a daily commuter should maybe pass the 4Runner up and instead look at the Toyota Highlander. But if you are looking for a capable off-road SUV then the 5th generation 2012 Toyota 4Runner is a great choice. There are 3 different trim levels starting with the base SR5, the Trail, and the Limited. Prices range from 090 all the way up to 630. The 2012 Toyota 4Runner is powered by a 4.0 liter V-6 Dual VVT-i engine that makes 270 horsepower and 279 lb-ft. of torque. The only transmission offered is a 5-speed automatic. The 4×2 model gets 17 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on the highway while the 4×4 model gets 1 less MPG highway. The 4WD model comes with Active Traction Control and a Torsen limited-slip differential. The 2012 Toyota 4Runner Trail edition has the Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System which frees up the stabilizer bar so that each wheel can respond to the terrain individually. KDSS allow the wheels to the freedom to move without restriction maximizing traction while decreasing body roll. Standard on the SR5 model is an integrated towing hitch and associated wiring harness, a power window located in the lift gate, and Bluetooth. Stepping up to the Tail edition gets you an electronically controlled locking rear differential
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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