2019 Toyota 4Runner

SUVs Keep Changing, but the New 2019 Toyota 4Runner Sticks With a Welcomed Classic Feel

You might've heard of the Toyota 4Runner as a "truck-based SUV," which remains true to the day, as the class style of sports utility vehicle used a pickup truck base for its underpinnings and build, simply adding a full cabin and added seats. Nowadays, including what's offered in the new model lineup here at our Boone, NC Toyota dealership, SUVs tend to be more "car-based," offering smoother, quieter setups. But for off-road adventurers and traditionalists, the new 2019 Toyota 4Runner offers a change of pace compared to what's new and popular. Visit us from Hickory, North Wilkesboro or Wilkesboro today and learn more about the exciting new 4Runner.

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2019 Toyota 4Runner Performance and Capabilities

While the overall setup and design carries over from the last version, the 2019 4Runner sees some welcome upgrades in its TRD Pro setup, with upgraded shocks, a new skid plate, a redesigned roof rack and standard additions like a sunroof and high-end sound system. Also new is a limited Nightshade Edition, which blacks out some elements for a striking appearance.

Beyond those minor changes, the 2019 Toyota 4Runner delivers when it comes to its off-road prowess and everyday strong layers of performance. While a couple trims come standard with RWD, all remaining versions come with the recommended 4x4 system that enhances your off-road and all-weather capabilities for driving around Johnson City, Lenoir and Asheville. Even if you stick to the city streets and roads in town, you'll be able to tow up to 5,000 pounds thanks to the 4Runner's strong 4.0-liter V-6, producing 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque.

2019 Toyota 4Runner Technology and Safety

While its appeal is with the classic, truck-style build and impressive off-roading capabilities, the new 2019 4Runner is still a Toyota, which means it boasts an impressive amount of standard and optional technology for you to enjoy. Standard touchscreen and audio equipment starts you off nicely, while the available X-REAS suspension system reduces body roll without affecting the ride quality in certain situations. Typical Toyota safety aids aren't added on the 4Runner, but for the real off-road adventurer, those kinds of alerts and warnings may only distract you from the job at hand.


Discover the 4Runner in Boone and Experience the Modern Difference

See more of the new 2018 4Runner by coming over to Modern Toyota of Boone today and we'll be more than happy to take you for a test drive.