Used 2014 Toyota 4Runner for Sale
About the 2014 Toyota 4Runner
A great option whether you're driving around town or hitting the trails, the 2014 Toyota 4Runner is a midsize SUV that has plenty of room for singles, couples, families and business owners. An available third-row 50/50 flat-fold seat makes it easy to seat your entire crew while plenty of towing power helps you move your small camper, toy hauler or cargo trailer, no matter how rough the roads ahead. With solid body-on-frame construction, the 4Runner gives you amazing performance in off-road driving, especially with the Trail or Trail Premium trims. With five trims, you're sure to find a 2014 Toyota 4Runner you love.
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Q: What kind of fuel economy does the 2014 Toyota 4Runner get?
A: Though the 2014 Toyota 4Runner is only available with one engine, a 4.0L V6 that generates 270 hp and 278 lb-ft of torque, it is available with three different drivetrains that impact its fuel efficiency. The rear-wheel drive version receives an EPA estimate of 17 mpg city, 22 mpg highway and 19 mpg combined, while both the part-time and full-time four-wheel drive versions have an EPA estimate of 17 mpg city, 21 mpg highway and 18 mpg combined.1
Q: Does a 2014 Toyota 4Runner have third-row seating?
A: Yes, the 2014 Toyota 4Runner features an available split 50/50 fold-flat third-row seat, along with one-touch passenger-side access. This makes it simple to seat as many as seven people comfortably in your SUV. The second seat in the 4Runner has a 40/20/50 fold-flat split, allowing you to maximize your space no matter who or what you need to haul.
Q: How much can a 2014 Toyota 4Runner haul?
A: With a standard SAE J2807-compliant Class III towing system and wired for four-wire or seven-wire towing harnesses, the 2014 Toyota 4Runner, when properly equipped, is designed to haul an impressive 4,700 pounds of cargo.2 A sliding rear cargo deck allows easy access to under-floor storage in non-third-row seat vehicles. Combined with 9.0 cubic feet of space behind the third-row seats, 46.3 cubic feet behind the second-row seats and 88.8 cubic feet of cargo space with both rear seats folded flat, you can get everything you need where you're going.
Q: What kind of off-road capability does the 2014 Toyota 4Runner have?
A: In the Trail or Trail Premium trims, the 2014 Toyota 4Runner has a higher 9.6-inch clearance compared to a 9.0-inch clearance on the other trims' two-wheel drive models, as well as a much higher 33-degree approach angle and sharper 26-degree departure angle, compared to the other trims' two-wheel drive 24-degree approach and departure angle and the four-wheel drive 25-degree approach and 24-degree departure angles. The Trail and Trail Premium trims also include standard electronically-controlled locking rear differentials, multi-terrain select and crawl control.
Q: What features are available on the 2014 Toyota 4Runner?
A: The 2014 Toyota 4Runner comes in five different trim levels, providing a wide range of available options and packages. Standard features include projector-beam headlamps with smoked trim and automatic on-off feature, windshield wiper deicer and multi-information display with exterior temperature, compass, clock, average fuel economy and distance to empty. Available features include SiriusXM® satellite radio, Entune® app suite, heated power front seats with eight-way adjustable driver's seat with lumbar support and four-way adjustable passenger seats.3
1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.
2Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.
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Unveiled at the 2009 State Fair of Texas with the 2010 model year, the fifth generation of the Toyota 4Runner changed the number of available engines, removing the V8 engine that had been available previously. A 2.7L inline-four engine was offered in the first year of the fifth generation, but it was removed from production in the 2011 model year. During this generation, Toyota's A-TRAC was offered across the different trims, which sends the power from a slipping wheel to the wheels that still have traction, designed to improve handling and off-road and slippery conditions. The 4Runner saw a mid-generation facelift with the 2013 model year, including new front and rear fascias, projector headlamps and clear-lens LED tail lamps, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, Toyota's Optitron instrument cluster and changes to the center dash and the instrument stack.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2014 Toyota 4Runner. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.
Reviews for 2014 Toyota 4Runner
I so love my “new to me” 4Runner!!! We are currently in month 4 of our relationship and I’ve never been happier! My favorite thing about my 4Runner is probably it’s body type. I’m not a fan of the rounded soccer mom SUV body style. If I wanted to drive a mini van, I would have bought one. This thing isn’t afraid of speed and the internal features are to die for! Leather interior, heated/cooling seats, sun roof.... the only “issue” is a glitch with the sound system. Apparently it’s a known issue with this particular sound system.. sporadically the system as a whole will completely cut out and the whole system restarts.. it’s not a consistent issue, and from what I’ve read there is an update that *may* resolve it. Hands down my fave ride.
- Weather Versatility: As a Colorado native... we get a lot of storms.. this thing is a BEAST in the snow
- Technology and Entertainment: Again the radio issue, it’s minor but my research shows there’s not a quick fix
- Fuel Economy: Driving 350mi a week... this vehicle definitely blows through gas.. I’m easily dropping $200 a month on gas
This is one of the true remaining SUVs out there. The body-on-frame chassis allows for the truck like ride. If you're looking for the crossover/car-like ride, this is not your beast. This is for driving to work during the week and getting dirty on the weekends; or both. The redesigned grill gives the SR5 a sinister look that turns quite a few heads. Rugged lines stay true to the previous 4 generations, keeping the original 4Runner look there. The power back window is still one of the coolest concepts and separates the 4Runner from it's competitors. The interior is spacious. I recently drove across country and back and did not feel cramped in any way. My only gripe with the entire truck is the touch screen entertainment/navigation.
- Safety: The larg(er) size commands respect on the roads.
- Interior Space: Plenty of space in the cabin and for a large number of cargo.
- Value: Likem ost Toyotas, this will hold it's worth for the next decade plus.
- Technology and Entertainment: In today's smartphone/touch screen day and age, the entertainment/navigation is about 5 years behind.
Looked forever for the perfect model
Carmax had 1of 3 locally with all the features I wanted on it. I'd been doing a nationwide search for my truck. I paid more than I think was fair but you have to buy or start the search all over again.
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