A front view of a red 2018 Toyota 4Runner with a roof rack installed

2018 Toyota 4Runner near Pittsburgh, PA 

In terms of direct competitors, the Toyota 4Runner is nearly in a class all by itself. For the new model year, the 2018 Toyota 4Runner near Pittsburgh, PA has only widened its lead over the rest of the off-road-ready SUV class. Unlike other vehicles on the Spitzer Toyota roster, the 2018 4Runner isn't a crossover SUV. It is a true rugged body-on-frame sport utility vehicle that is just as at home in the mud as it is being driven to the office. Toyota kept all of the best features historically found with the 4Runner in place for the 2018 model, but still found a way to enhance the SUV's capability and appeal. The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is on the ground and ready to be taken for a test drive with a Spitzer Toyota sales professional today.

Toyota has made the new Wilderness Package available to be added to several trims of the 2018 4Runner. The new accessories include a roof rack with crossbars, all-weather floor liners and a cargo tray. It can be added to SR5 and SR5 Premium trims as well as others. Also debuting for the 2018 model year is the TRD Enhancement Package that makes the versions packed with professional Toyota Racing Development components even more attractive. The latest TRD package includes exclusive 17-inch matte gray wheels and a TRD-stamped quarter-inch thick aluminum front skid plate. Potential owners who intend on driving the 4Runner in the manner it was designed to be driven can have models with electronic traction control systems.

A front left quarter view of a blue 2018 Toyota 4Runner in a driverway

Performance

Reliability and performance have always been a strong point in favor of the Toyota 4Runner over its competitors. The same 4.0-liter, V-6 engine making 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque has been used for the new model year. Power is sent to the wheels via a five-speed automatic transmission.

 

A photo a man unloading the rear of a 2018 Toyota 4Runner that is packed with a lot of gear

Cargo Space

The 2018 Toyota 4Runner continues the vehicle's tradition of being ready for rapidly changing needs. If there are passengers using the second row of seats, there is still more than 47 cubic-feet available to use. Folding those seats away opens up a cargo volume measuring 89.7 cubic-feet.

 

A photo of a red 2018 Toyota 4Runner showing the integrated trailer hitch that is standard equipment

Towing Capability

Just in case there isn't enough room inside of the 2018 4Runner, Toyota has built solid towing capacity into the rugged off-road SUV. When the new Toyota 4Runner is properly outfitted, drivers will have plenty of confidence pulling trailers, or boats, weighing up to 5,000 pounds. The towing prep pack is standard.

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