2004 Toyota 4Runner Sport Edition Rwd 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
I traded in my SR5 Tundra for the '04
4Runner. As much as I loved the
Tundra, I love this vehicle more. It
has the same smooth V8, and the
transmission is equally smooth. I
love the way it handles, and the full-
time 4WD means never losing traction
on wet pavement (which my Tundra
always did). I highly recommend this
vehicle to anyone looking for a
quality ride. Mine hasn't seen much
off-road yet, but soon. The ride on
the street is excellent.
Well-designed interior that is
comfortable and functional. Don't
have to hold the starter, just quick
turn and it starts. Lots of neat
features like that.
2004 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
Traded my Explorer for this car. I
needed the towing capacity, but am
completely satisfied with everything.
Well built, comfortable and better
mileage than the V-6 Ford. 21 MPG on
the highway. Climbs gravel mountain
roads with ease and haven't seen a boat
ramp it won't pull my 4000 lbs boat out
of. Even my wife noted, this car will
go anywher. Great car.
2004 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
For 5 years I drove a Cadillac
Seville. I really liked its pep and
comfort. On the highway or in town,
the 4-Runner Limited has it beat hands
down plus I have the added feature of
comfort in the National Forrests and on
Navigation system with the
camera/monitoring for backing. 1
person can hook up a trailer.
More power points front & rear and more
2004 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Rwd 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 4A)
I like the performance of the 4runner
compared to my Ford Explorer. The 3rd
row seats are terrible. They are cheap
looking and poorly designed. I dont
use them anyway, however if someone
intends to... they are intended for
young children only.
3rd row seats that are intended for
adults. the sight out of the rear view
mirrir is obstructed by the head rests
even after lowering them.
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