2003 Toyota 4Runner SUV Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
I looked at the MDX and was about to
buy one, when I saw the 4 Runner. It
looked so rugged. The interior was the
same quality as the MDX. It had more
features then the MDX. The 4 Runner is
well thought out. The seating is very
comfortable and easy to change. The
features are numerous and are easy to
use. The V8 engine has a lot of power
and runs very smoothly. It has very
little lean going around corners. My 4
Runner has the air suspension.It The
audio system is wonderfully clear and
produces an excellent sound. The SUV
handles more like a car than the
previous generations of 4 Runners. It
is not as Car like as the MDX, but is
still Very satisfying.
2003 Toyota 4Runner SUV SR5 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
Traded a 02 highlander ltd! More
stable, better handling, more standard
features. Averaging 19-20 mpg, and I
drive it fast!My dog loves the power
back window-the best feature! I am very
analytical and research oriented, and
could not find a comparable vehicle
without spending many, many thousands
more! The v-8 is silky smooth! In
Colorado, awd will do most of the time.
Power back window, Stability and
handling, Value for the $, especially
when there are incentives.Compared with
a X5, GX-470, Touareg etc.
Fix the rattles/noise from sunroof and
omit automatic locking doors. Make
heated mirrors and X-REAS standard on
SR_5. Otherwise, perfectly awesome!
Performance Comfort Fuel Economy Fun To Drive Interior Design Exterior Design Build Quality Reliability
By jaesun in FL
2003 Toyota 4Runner SUV Sport Edition 4WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 4A)
What can I say, this SUV is great! Very
comfortable ride and excellent
handling. The V6 has plenty of get up
and go...and great gas mileage! (for an
SUV) A smooth shifting automatic
transmission. Excellent breaking. Quiet
and well appointed interior. Test drive
one, you'll be happy you did!
The V6 engine has plenty of power and
is very responsive. The X-reas
suspension has a firm, smooth ride and
excellent handling! Never feels tippy,
even when pushed. The adjustable seats
and telescopic steering wheel make it
easy to find that sweet spot.
Minor ones: Window button placement.
Double decker cargo shelf is useless,
never gets used. If you have your front
seats pushed all the way back (tall
people) when folding the rear seats
for extra cargo space, those low
profile head rests will still hit the
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