The 4Runner is solid, but a stiff ride.
The interior is more cramped than my
old Grand Cherokee but the seats more
comfortable. The V6 is adequate for
most unless you like power. With a
load & passengers, it will seem very
slow. No rattles or sqeaks is a
tribute to the quality but my pwr
antenna went out (warranty) and front
floor mat ripped. CD player skips out.
Minor problems for what is overall a
fine vehicle. Gas mileage is about 14-
15 in town, almost 20 on freeway. Stock
Bridgestone tires wear quickly.
Looks and stance of vehicle, build
quality-feels solid. Dependable, can
seat 4 adults in a pinch.
A used purchase might consider
upgrading radio/CD player, upgrade
tires, watch for problem with fuel
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