by speed321 on May 13, 2012 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4dr SUV
My grandma bought me a 1994 Toyota 4 runner about a year ago for my first car it had 202,000 miles on it now it has 211,000 miles on it and runs amazing but sucks very bad in the hills or up any hill unless your like off-roading and your going up a hill slowly in 4x4.. The brakes do suck i need to have my rooters turned. Had problems with rear window switch. The two back passenger window motors are almost done working i think they go pretty slow up after you put them down all the way.. Leaks oil but with those kind of miles its expected. Oh and how its bad in the hills is that when your going say, 65 mph and you start going up a little or a big incline you will loose speed very quickly and
by Lindsay on Sep 24, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4dr SUV
This is the most reliable vehicle I have ever had. Still at 178,000 miles it has yet to break down on me once. Toyotas are AMAZING, and definitely worth every penny. I got in a wreck and it completely totalled the other SUV. I walked away without even a dent or scratch on my 4runner.
by AJ on Oct 12, 2005 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4dr SUV
I love(d) my toyota 4-runner. I just wrecked her and I am devastated. She is the most reliable car. I love her and will miss driving her dearly. I'm looking to buy another one- that's how much I love this car. If you are interested in buying a 4-runner make sure you look at the Consumer Report (you can get a hold of them at your local library) because I know there were a couple years that had problems - I believe the 1997 model was one of them.
by Dwern on Dec 1, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4dr SUV
I bought my 4Runner used four years
ago with 63K miles. I bought an
extended warranty when I bought the
car and what a waste. I have had only
had to put a new battery and starter
in it in the last 4 years. Every
mechanic I take it to says it is
bulletproof, which I have found out as
it is near 123K miles. We recently
bought my wife a Mercedes ML320 and I
still prefer to ride around in the
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