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4 out of 5 stars

My dream SUV

Mark D., 12/09/2021
2022 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
95 of 98 people found this review helpful

Purchased a 2022 Limited in silver on November 1st 2021, and after 1000 miles I absolutely love it. Chose the 2022 Limited model so I could get the 360 degree cameras. Also has blind spot warning, parking sensors, radar cruise control and Toyota safety sense. The Limited has leather heated and cooled seats, and the JBL sound system. This came with running boards which I promptly removed. The Limited looks a lot better without them. The gas mileage is ok, I'm averaging 18mpg with mixed driving. I tend to use the radar cruise control to maintain a steady speed. I love the LED headlights and fog lights, however I wish the DRLs and turn signals were also LED. The truck feels solid, and handles predictably. I am looking forward to driving this the next 10 years and 200K miles.

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5 out of 5 stars

Best body on frame off road vehicle daily driver

Ham, 05/20/2022
2022 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
31 of 31 people found this review helpful

4runner gang for life. Mine is lifted 3 inches with 33 inch tires on it. Can’t say one bad thing about it. I’ve driven this thing cross country and back numerous times and been in the most remote places with nothing but mountains l, desert, and nature as far as you can see and it’s never failed. I’ve never had one single issue with my 4runner going on 150,000 hard miles now with many of those miles being off road. Still runs the exact same as the day I bought it brand new. I don’t get why reviewers like Edmunds always need to compare 4Runners to crossovers and make it seem like it’s such a negative against the 4Runner. Crossover suvs should be in a separate category to truck based body on frame suvs like the 4Runner, land cruiser, fj cruiser, wrangler, and bronco. Also the reviewer complaining about its hard to get into a 4runner? Lol. He must drive a neon or Mini Cooper cause it’s really not that high. Mine is lifted 3 inches and I’m 5’8 and it’s no problem getting in as long as you have rock sliders like mine or just regular factory steps. You gotta seriously be the most unathletic person if you have trouble getting into it unless you are a kid or extremely out of shape.

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5 out of 5 stars

4runner Heaven

Larry Eveler , 10/13/2021
2022 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
42 of 47 people found this review helpful

Drives like a car. Such a solid feel and loving all the new safety features. Insurance was actually $98 less per 6 months than my 2018 Highlander! Couldn't be happier.

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5 out of 5 stars

Love it!!

Seakayaker, 03/25/2022
2022 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
16 of 17 people found this review helpful

I have owned many vehicles after 65 years of driving and i finally have the perfect vehicle for me. Ate 6'5' 200 lbs the roominess of my 4Runner Limited is great. Plenty of power, storage, and adequate gas mileage. And above all, I know that I am ready for just about whatever terrain or weather I encounter. Never have another type vehicle.

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4 out of 5 stars

Can't beat made in Japan

Peter, 02/20/2022
2022 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
45 of 51 people found this review helpful

This is my second 4runner and owned four Land cruisers before this.... Land Cruiser is overpriced and this does the same thing. My last Land Cruiser was bought back via lemon law. You can tell these are just made differently than any other SUV out there. Drive it down the road and you don't hear a noise, clunk, or anything... just a great old school SUV. Yes, it could use a couple more gears, or at least one more... but this isn't a freeway bomber. I have taken it on long distant trips, but keep it around 65-70mph or you will suck gas like crazy. Never had a issue with my prior one, so don't expect any on this one... a little nervous it was made during Covid though, so time will tell. Bought it out of state because California dealers are adding dealer installed junk accessories plus $5K-10K mark-up, it was sickening! I looked at a ton of stuff before this and even had an Outback on order. I canceled it because even Subaru has gone down the toilet and I just can't get past the fake shift CVT transmission. I do go off-road and not much else out there still has the capability w/skid plates,4low, etc... The last real competitor to the 4Runner was the Nissan Xterra. Bought the base SR5 as you don't get much different on higher trims except a locking rear diff. and that could always be added later. Personally, if you know how to drive off-road, you will never need it. Also, crawl control is for amateurs. Note: One thing I did hesitate on w/this truck before buying is its 3 star crash test rating....

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