2008 Toyota 4RunnerDavid Pitser - Charlotte, NC02/01/2016
Solid, well built, easy to drive, comfortable. I owned a 2002 4Runner and loved it but gave it to my daughter when she graduated from school and replaced it with a 2008 model for me. I didn't think I would like the newer version as much but I was wrong - it's terrific in almost every way.
1996 Toyota 4Runner Awesome
2007 Toyota 4RunnerMunney - Central Maine10/07/2008
I got my '96 4Runner in summer 2007 when it had 140,000 miles on it. Now, just over 1 year later, I've put 27,000 miles on it. It's a Toyota, so I expect it'll go forever. I do live in Maine, so rust is an issue with all the salt and sand on the winter roads. I do have a few rust spots.
I love my 4Runner for a few reasons:
1) Space - I fold the rear seats down and I have tons of room for anything imaginable, particularly my dog and camping equipment, as well as the ability to tow my boat, etc.
2) MPGs - Yes, this is an SUV but I've never had lower than 20 MPG. 21 is my average, which I'm happy with.
3) It's a beast in snow. I've always driven AWD Subarus, but having 4WD and the power of my 4Runner has been great in Maine winters!
4) My only maintenance has been oil changes and new front brakes. Toyotas are totally reiliable. I'll probably drive this 4Runner until 200K miles, when I can afford to upgrade to a newer one. Hopefully a new one will still get 20 MPG+ like mine!
2007 Toyota 4RunnerKyle's Grandmother - Brandon, FL01/29/2011
The 4-Runner is very comfortable and nice looking. I love driving it. Would enjoy going on a long trip in it.
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