by mike777 on Jan 30, 2014 Vehicle: 2000 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4dr SUV 4WD
I purchased my 4 runner in 06 with 117 K on it , it was a 1 owner trade in with all service receipts ( lots of them) all service performed by the book by Toyota , (main reason I bought it) that and the reviews by owners. It has proven to be the best most reliable vehicle I've owned to date. I currently have 350K on it with no major or minor problems, I do my own service /maintenence, no breakdowns, everything still works, and I have the LTD with power everything! all I can say is wow, pretty much original everything. runs like a swiss watch. still drives like new and looks close to new.
made in Japan with top quality parts, seriously whose alternator lasts 350,00 miles,500K here I come
by fmcpherson on Aug 12, 2012 Vehicle: 2000 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4dr SUV
I purchased my 2000 4Runner in 2009.
At the time it had 100,000 miles on it.
Now, at 148,000 miles it is still running strong.
Other than routine maintenance and a couple of small repairs, I have had nothing go wrong.
I use this truck to haul a boat, as a daily commuting vehicle and it has never failed me.
The styling is timeless and, although the ride is a bit rough at times, it is comfortable and very quite.
I get about 17-18 mpg around town and 20-21 on the highway - not bad for a SUV.
My only gripe is the small gas tank.
I can only get about 225-240 miles between fill-ups.
by kimbey2009 on Dec 30, 2011 Vehicle: 2000 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4dr SUV
I bought this SUV used with 106,000 on it back in 2006. So 5 years later I now have 226,000 miles on it and still pretty satisfied with the overall performance. The few complaints would be 1) brake pads/rotor replaced 3 times in 5 years 2) the uneasiness of driving with high winds swirling thus causing the SUV to sway 3) fuel filter replaced 2 times 4) rear axle replaced 3 times 5) power antenna went out 2 times but radio still plays...other than those complaints it has been mechanically sound and I wouldn't doubt it going for another 100,000 miles.
by Love/hate my 4Runner on Nov 15, 2010 Vehicle: 2000 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4dr SUV 4WD
I have had mine 11 years and 120,000 miles. Today its in the shop having a squeaky clutch pedal replaced for the second time at $300 a pop. That said, the manual transmission is the only way to go with this vehicle. As long as I am not towing anything, I feel I have adequate power.
Like another reviewer noted, the check engine light comes on sporadically for no apparent reason. If you're not diligent and ask lots of questions, less respectable repair shops will try to pin it on the most expensive thing they can; I always get a second opinion on this one. Today, they are also looking into a cruise control and dash clock that only work sporadically; who knows why.
by matt riley on Oct 6, 2010 Vehicle: 2000 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4dr SUV
I bought this truck about 3 years ago, Because it was roomy and looked nice I had no idea I would love this truck like I do. It runs great not bad on gas, Only problem I have is the center cap with an S in the middle is gone can't find one any where,other than that I will never buy anything else but a 4 runner, Maybe a 4wd next I think the 2010 is the best looking SUV on the road, other than mine, though in the ran sometimes the back end is a little slippery but nothing you cant handle. I would point anyone in to buying 1, Great family car, Great daddy truck. Go and buy 1.
by T's Runner on Sep 18, 2010 Vehicle: 2000 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4dr SUV 4WD
Bought this car used right after college as a single person, now it's converted great for car seats, strollers, etc. Has performed excellent during the worst snow storms, and is a great car for beach trips. Cleans up well, low maintenance, and I would buy it again in a heartbeat.
Optional color-coordinated fender flares are available on the SR5. An AM/FM/cassette/CD is now available on base models, and is standard on SR5 and Limited models. Daytime running lights are now included with the antilock brake package.