2011 Toyota 4Runner Trail 4dr SUV 4WD (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
Over 15,000 miles and not a single problem, and it performs as advertised. The Trail version has been great for off-road, winter driving, and long trips. I tow a 3500 lbs camper, with 2 canoes on roof, easily (about 12 mpg with big hills in ADK), but day-in-day-out driving on hilly Upstate back roads I average around 19 mpg. Longer trips I average from 20 to 21 mpg highway. Kids like the back sets that can recline a bit. Overall I like the functionality of the various standard Trail options/controls.
Locking Differential for 4W is great 2H/4H/HL shifting is manual shift Lift gate window goes down - great for vent/access heated wiper blades styling features borrowed from FJ
- more aggressive tires for the Trail model; it came with same as other packages. - not crazy about the slide-out storage shelf; takes up vertical room. - Wish it came with dog barrier option similar to Xterra that stores rolled up when not in use.
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