New Toyota 4Runner 2010 - Roadtrip
New 2010 Toyota 4Runner - Roadtrip
2010 Toyota 4Runner Limited- Exterior Tour- Jon Lancaster Toyota
2010 Toyota 4runner discussion about features ( samrt keyless entry, power rear window, etc ). Nate Riesen- Jon Lancaster Toyota- Madison, WI- 608-243-5551
2010 Toyota 4Runner
From the 2009 Texas State Fair, Cars.com's Patrick Olsen takes a look at the new 2010 Toyota 4Runner. It competes with the Chevrolet TrailBlazer and Nissan Pathfinder. Shot and produced by: Eric Rossi Edited by: Lindsay Bjerregaard
Mindy Test Drives The ALL NEW 2010 Toyota 4Runner
The 2010 Toyota 4Runner has just made its debut at Stones in Rexburg, and as expected, in many ways it's a throwback to the original 4Runner, bucking the trend of increasingly civilized paved-road crossovers for a rough-and-ready all-terrain feature set. Gone is the option of a big V-8 engine, but nothing is really lost with a new 4.0-liter V-6 engine providing 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque, up 34 horsepower from the previous V-6 and even 10 horsepower more than the previous V-8. Toyota has done its best to balance power and efficiency in this engine, leveraging Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i) to help deliver low-end grunt and cruising efficiency. That's not to say it's not still as friendly on the road as any Toyota; ever since the original hit the roads in 1984, the 4Runner has been as much about comfort as it is about capability. But unlike some of the mid-sized SUV competition, Toyota has adhered to the 4Runner's off-road roots as well, sharing the same body-on-frame platform as the FJ Cruiser and growing both longer and wider than the current 4Runner. The 2010 4Runner also offers a lot of entertainment features, including a standard five-speaker (Trail) or eight-speaker (SR5) CD stereo system with XM satellite radio capability. A premium 15-speaker JBL audio system is available, and adds Bluetooth, iPod and MP3 control. When it's time to tailgate before the big game, the 4Runner's premium JBL sound system even has a "party mode" that biases output to the rear of the vehicle and cranks up the bass.