2005 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
This vehicle is not very user friendly. The dash and control layout take a lot to get used to. If it's a secondary vehicle you might feel like your driving a Rubik's cube. Limited head room combined with a passenger seat that doesn't adjust vertically, it leaves my head on the ceiling when I'm the passenger. Fuel economy is poor when you factor in the cost of premium gas.
The 270 hp V-8 W/variable valve timing. No other impressive features.
Design engine to use regular gas. More head room. I'm only 6'1" but that's too tall to be a passanger. Also put an enternal key lock on the passenger's side. It's frustrating to try to get into if you have a spare key W/O fob.
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