What to Expect from the 2017 Toyota 4Runner

The Toyota 4Runner was introduced in 1984 and has since changed the game when it comes to off-roading. Last month, we talked about the 2017 Toyota 4Runner and the two new grades. Today, we have more information on what 2017 holds for the Toyota 4Runner. Keep reading for more information.

This vehicle is known for its body-on-frame architecture. The makeup of the vehicle has allowed it to conquer rough, off-road terrain while maintaining a comfortable drive for the driver and passengers. The comfortable drive is made possible by technology like the Multi-Terrain Select system. This system allows drivers to select a driving mode with the twist of a dial. There is also the Toyota Crawl Control (CRAWL) feature, which is an electronic-locking rear differential, maintaining a constant speed while enhancing the vehicle control in off-road situations. Another available feature is the Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) that improves off-road capability and stability by facilitating extended wheel travel.

“The Toyota 4Runner has a large and loyal following, with dependability being a key factor. Of all the 4Runners purchased in the last ten years, 90 percent are still on the road,” said John Myers, national manager, trucks and SUVs, Toyota Vehicle Marketing and Communications. “Toyota 4Runner owners often take their SUVs off the beaten path, so these new TRD Off-Road grades will be a popular recognition of TRD’s history in the off-road arena.”

The 2016 Toyota 4Runner is on our lot and we look forward to seeing the 2017 model as well! Come to Bob Smith Toyota in the La Crescenta, CA area to check out the other new and pre-owned Toyota vehicles that are in stock. We look forward to seeing you very soon!