2004 Toyota 4Runner SUV SR5 Rwd 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 4A)
Good but not excellent enough. Good in
the back road but scary in the freeway
as if its going on a spin and jitters
inside. Roll over is imminent. Not so
Good. Engine is but not the whole set
up, its not too good for safe ride.
GAS CONSUMPTION is very greedy. Not so
the rear window as always.
Lower the wheels from 17" to 16" and
improve the ride performance its nosiy
in the outside.
2004 Toyota 4Runner SUV Sport Edition Rwd 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
This is my 2nd 4runner which replaced a 2000
SR5 Sport and will certainly not be my last.
Bigger, quieter, more comfortable and tons of
standard features makes it stand out from the
rest. The price helps too. I got mine for a little
over $29k. Simply put: this is one of the best
SUVs on the market. Great price, features and
Toyota build quality and reliability.
strong V8, better fuel mileage than the
previous 3.4L V6, great stereo, AWD, interior
space, 5spd auto, X-Reas suspension, safety
stronger V8 (i like acceleration, sue me), they
lost the auto open/ close passenger side
window, power driver seat, wish the hood
scoop was functional, styling looks kinda like
a minivan, bigger size makes it sluggish
2004 Toyota 4Runner SUV Sport Edition 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
Styling took some time to get used to.
The towing capacity is great and you
cannot beat the engine. Compare the
interior quality fit & finish to most
other comparable suvs (save the MDX)
and you understand the price tag.
The silky smooth V8 & standard trailer
I find the lap section of the front
seats too short. Both the driver and
passenger side seats are somewhat
uncomfortable. Make sure this fits you
before you buy!!
2004 Toyota 4Runner SUV Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
i found the limited to be full of
conveniences and a few inconveniences.
i have a 38" waist. the seat belt is
hard to find and fasten when i get into
the drivers seat.seats need to be a
little wider. more options for the
money spent would also be a plus.
adjustable pedels should come standard
with the limited. fuel milege is much
worse than a jaguar xj8. which we
thought was bad till the limited showed
up in our garage.
the nav system is cool. however it
takes alot of time to understand it and
operate it to its potential...if i am
wider seats, telescopic wheel or
adjustable pedels preferably, better
fuel economy for a toyota, miss that
old 20r engine, sort of.