TOYOTA 4RUNNER ACCESSORIES & PARTS

    About Toyota 4Runner


    The Toyota 4Runner is one of the Japanese company’s first domestic SUVs. It was based off of the Toyota Pickup, and in the early going, the 4Runner was basically constructed as a light pickup with a removable fiberglass cover affixed to the bed. The first generation of the model rolled off the line in 1984. It was equipped with a 2.4L inline four-cylinder engine mated to a standard four-speed automatic transmission (a five-speed manual was also available). The engine would be upgraded several times throughout the first generation of the 4Runner and the vehicle would overall see other updates such as the inclusion of an independent suspension. The second generation 4Runner premiered for the 1990 model year in two trim levels: S45 and S45 V6. The base SR5 was powered by a 2.4L four-cylinder engine capable of 116 horsepower while the SR5 V6 received a 3.0L V6 that produced up to 150 horsepower. The Toyota 4Runner was available in both two and four-door body styles, with the four-door version being the one chosen most often.

    1996 welcomed in the third generation of the Toyota 4Runner. Trim levels were the base, SR5, and Limited. The body of the vehicle was larger and the wheelbase was extended. These changes increased the amount of passenger and cargo space. Twin airbags and antilock brakes were also added to the model, as was rack and pinion steering and restyled headlights. The base engine was a 2.7L inline four-cylinder while a beefier 3.4L V6 engine that threw out up to 183 horsepower could also be had. Towards the end of the decade, such 4Runner parts as a new front-end grille and bumper along with new tail lights and wheels were the major exterior changes. The 4Runner consistently drew praise for its off-road capability and thanks to the emerging popularity of SUVs during this time, the vehicle was enjoying a good deal of success. Fourth-generation 4Runners were introduced in 2003. The base engine was updated to a 4.0L V6 mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. However, a bolder V8 was available as well, and delivered 235 horsepower and 320 pounds-per-foot of torque. This engine was directed through a five-speed automatic. In 2005, the V8 was given a boost up to 270 hp and 330 pounds-per-foot of torque. Trim levels were still the SR5, Sport, and Limited, with the higher trim levels receiving amenities such as automatic climate control, cruise control, power accessories, leather upholstery, and more. A navigation system with a back-up camera became optional in 2005 while all versions of the model received Downhill Assist Control and Hill-Start Assist Control.

    The fifth generation of the 4Runner debuted for 2010. Trim levels include the SR5, Trail, and Limited. Two-wheel drive SR5 4Runners are equipped with a 2.7L inline four-cylinder engine good for 157 hp. All other variants are outfitted with a 4.0L V6 that offers up to 270 horsepower mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The SR5 and the Limited are both available in rear or four-wheel drive, while the Trail is equipped with part-time four-wheel drive only. As for the trims themselves, the SR5 is decked out with air conditioning, cruise control, power accessories, a power rear window, and foglights. The Trail shows of a locking rear differential, off-road tires, a backup camera, water-resistant upholstery, and Bluetooth capability. The luxuriously-themed Limited is equipped with keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone automatic climate control, a premium stereo, and X-REAS adaptive suspension.

    As one of the world's most recognizable SUVs, the Toyota 4Runner makes a ton of noise. From the dawn of the sport utility vehicle all the way into the current climate of crossovers, compact SUVs, and whatever other terms the industry is using, the Toyota 4Runner is relevant because plain and simply, it DELIVERS. Drivers of this machine typically enjoy putting a distinctive stamp on their version and who could blame them? When the time comes for you to choose your own Toyota 4Runner accessories and parts, CARiD is the only name to trust.

    Inside our selection of Toyota 4Runner Accessories and Parts, you'll soon discover the spectrum of possibilities. Everything from grilles and chrome trim to floor mats and cargo liners are right here in the highest quality possible. Our entire inventory of Toyota 4Runner accessories and parts comes to you from the most respected manufacturers in the game at the best prices - guaranteed! If you've been itching to hook up with Toyota 4Runner accessories, CARiD.com will never let you down!

    Whether you plan to improve your vehicle's performance or simply want to add some flare to its style, we store an exhaustive collection of accessories and parts designed specifically for your vehicle. Whatever product you choose, you are guaranteed to get nothing but the premium quality, unrivaled performance, and unique style. Understanding that your vehicle deserves only the top accessories and parts, we carefully handpicked each single item. And be sure all of them are manufactured by the most reputable companies in the industry, so the quality is beyond any doubts. If you still are not sure what product to choose, you are welcome to check 451 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define what accessory or part perfectly fits both your vehicle and your pocket.



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    The 2012 Toyota 4Runner Isn’t Likely to Get Any Major Change

    The 2011 Toyota 4Runner is recognized as the superior SUV for those who want a truck-based, go-anywhere vehicle. With complete redesign for the previous model year, 4Runner, in essence, went back to the roots as an SUV that upholds its rugged looks and serious off-road ability, but doesn't sacrifice any important amenities. In fact, the changes made were quite considerable to qualify it as the upgraded, fifth-generation model. It's the adaptable interior and unique cargo area that made the latest model more versatile, and more comfortable than ever. The 2011 Toyota 4Runner dropped the four-cylinder engine and gained a brake-override system which prevents the unintended acceleration. The 2011 model received the 4.0-liter V6 engine producing 270-hp. New design accentuates more rugged, powerful stance, featuring the 4Runner’s traditional form and progressive styling cues.

    Toyota 4Runner is still early in its life cycle due to the last redesign. Moreover, the 4Runner would get a refresh for model year 2013, considering the fact that Toyota follows its traditional seven-year life cycle for trucks. Because changes usually include minor styling revisions, certain experts believe that this very model gives you more time to love the current styling before the next update.