2007 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
Purchased the 2007 4Runner because my 2001 SR5 was an incredibly reliable SUV and didn't cost me a dime to maintain other than routine work. The 2007 is better in every way. Handling, freeway ride, road noise dampening, stereo, interior comfort are all improved. As for the storage capacity, what you see before buying is what you get. Most people don't need more or they would be buying a larger SUV. The 4Runner is a perfect size for its intended market. It is not designed to haul 6 passengers. The third row is a compromise for those who need extra seating for small children only. It is bonus space and shouldn't be viewed as Toyota's failure to provide adequate seating for 6 adults.
Navigation system, exterior styling, comfortable leather seats, climate control is very intuitive, interior materials are of good quality.
Climate control system is very functional and intuitive but somewhat comical in design. The entire dash seems like Toyota tried too hard have a cutting edge design. They need to tone it down a little. The new Tundra pickup trucks are a step in the right direction.
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