Take on the treacherous terrain ahead with the Toyota 4Runner. Four trim levels including the SR5, Trail, Limited and TRD Pro are very well equipped to keep up to seven people comfortable during long cruises or when tackling trails. If you are ready to push your driving limits, then call Griffith Toyota in Oregon to schedule a test-drive.
Right off the lot the Toyota 4Runner is ready for adventure. Features like rugged bumpers, wide fender flares, and a roof rack are all standard. The Toyota 4Runner provides Portland drivers with an impressive high ground clearance with these wheels. Additionally, the Toyota 4Runner sports a unique hood scoop, black side mirrors, front and rear bumper guards, and dark smoke treatment on the head lamps and tail lamps..
It’s no secret that at the core of a superior off-road vehicle lies a body-on-frame construction. 4Runner is one of the last SUVs to still be built this way, keeping true to a heritage that has proven that body-on-frame is the answer to extreme ruggedness. Even after thousands of miles of treacherous, weather-beaten, harsh trails, 90% of 4Runners sold in the last ten years are still on the road.
4Runner’s standard 4.0-liter V6 engine pumps out 270 horsepower and 278 lb.-ft. of torque. You won’t fall short of power, be it challenging grades or passing an 18-wheeler. And with its ability to tow up to 5,000 lbs., venturing into some of nature’s toughest ranges doesn’t mean you have to leave everything behind. 4Runner adheres to SAE J2807, the standard for tow ratings set by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
4Runner comes with underbody armor: Skid plates underneath the vehicle help protect the engine, front suspension and fuel tank (and transfer case on 4WD models) whenever Mother Earth strikes from below.
Ready to hit the trails? Then call your leading The Dalles Toyota dealer, Griffith Toyota, to take the 4Runner for a test-drive.