by mshw777 on Aug 25, 2003 Vehicle: 1998 Toyota 4Runner 4dr SUV
After 5 years of ownership, I wouldn't
trade this 98' 4Runner for anything.
The 150hp 4-cylinder performs pretty
well; my 4Runner is equipped with the
automatic transmission. The power
option package I got is nice. The
dependability and consistency in
reliability amazes me! I've purchased
two other 2nd vehicles since then, but
refused to trade my 4Runner in for
those other vechicles. Overall, I love
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