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Vehicle Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
Review I bought this vehicle in early 2015. It was 8 years old but you would never know it from the looks and handling. The shifting of gears is very smooth. The ride is little more harsh then standard SUV but it is still very comfortable. The vehicle is very reliable. I have added 8000 miles since purchase and have had no issues except the replacement of tires and one tire (TPMS) sensor which is normal for any vehicle of that age. On long drives the vehicle handles very well. For the summer, the family trip consisted of a 2 week sightseeing tour through 5 states...no problem whatsoever. We were able to load all our luggage and gear (including an inflatable paddle board) in the cargo area. The seats are comfortable and the layout of controls are easy to handle. On steep upgrades, the 4runner performed flawlessly and mine is only a V6. I averaged about 19 mpg as a daily driver but during the long trips it would hit to about 22 mpg. If you have kids, there is a cigarette lighter in the cargo area. I purchased a long cable adapter and my child could play his electronics, while I still had my front charger for my electronics. In addition, I am not a mechanic but this vehicle is very easy to work with. The vehicle is high enough off the ground that I was able to add a hitch without a jack. There is a reason you see so many old 4Runners on the streets. They are extremely reliable and there are so many forums and youtube videos on how to DIY fix any problems. Cons: The cupholders plain suck. BMW cupholders seem better then the 4runner. Also, the stock radio (non JBL) was horrendous. I had to replace it with a Pioneer HU.
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Available Toyota 4Runner 2007 Submodel Types: SUV
Available Trims: SR5, Limited, SR5 Premium, TRD OFF-ROAD Premium, TRD OFF-ROAD, Sport Edition, Trail, TRD PRO, Trail Premium, SR5 V6, Base
Exterior Colors: Magnetic Gray Metallic, Midnight Black Metallic, Classic Silver Metallic, Super White, Blizzard Pearl, Nautical Blue Metallic, Black, Barcelona Red Metallic, Titanium Metallic, Natural White, Galactic Gray Mica, Attitude Black Metallic, Salsa Red Pearl, Pacific Blue Metallic, Dorado Gold Pearl, Millennium Silver Metallic, Shoreline Blue Pearl, Driftwood Pearl, Imperial Jade Mica, Shadow Mica, Stratosphere Mica, Dorado Gold, White, Beige Pearl Metallic, Cardinal Red, Cavalry Blue, Imperial Jade/Imperial, Inferno, Quicksand, Stellar Blue Pearl, Thunder Cloud/Thunder
Interior Colors: Black leather, Graphite cloth, Black cloth, Graphite leatherette, Black leatherette, Sand Beige leather, Redwood Leather leather, Sand Beige leatherette, Sand Beige cloth, Stone, Stone cloth, Gray, Sand Beige premium cloth, Dark Charcoal cloth, Black/Graphite premium cloth, Taupe cloth, Dark Charcoal, Oak, Taupe, Graphite premium cloth