2010 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4dr SUV 4WD (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
As a small business owners we get a tax break if you purchase a vehicle over 6,000lbs. The 4Runner was at the top of the list at 6,300. The big question...SR5 or Limited (8-10K diff.). Our dealer received the Blizzard White SR5 first (4x4). The day it arrived we drove it and instantly loved it. It had so many standard features that we didn't consider the Limited after this (~$34K vs ~$42K). We purchased the vehicle the next day and have not regretted our decision in the least bit. It is a dream to drive, very comfortable, and fun. We added a remote starter and mud flaps as dealer accessories.
Interior - Bluetooth hands free telephone system, JBL stero system, quiet ride, all power up and down windows, back hatch power window. Exterior - General look of the vehicle, wheels, hidden rear wiper in upper fin, towing package.
I'm not crazy about the way the gear shifter pattern is laid out. I caught myself going from reverse to neutral a couple times (on a hill it is not so good). At times it seems a little weak on power but if you kick in the passing gear it does have the power.
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