2014 Toyota 4Runner prices revealed, in dealers soon

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Prices have been announced for the 2014 Toyota 4Runner and the popular mid-size SUV will begin arriving at dealerships in September 2013, according to the manufacturer.

Currently in its fifth-generation, 4Runner continues as one of the few fully capable mid-size SUVs. The redesigned 2014 4Runner has a new exterior design and interior refinements that add comfort and convenience without sacrificing performance and value.

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The 4Runner combines body-on-frame construction with suspension technology that yields optimal off-road capability with a smooth ride and comfort more often associated with crossovers.

2014 Toyota 4Runner is rugged and nearly drives itself.
2014 Toyota 4Runner is rugged and nearly drives itself. Image @ Bruce Aldrich

The 2014 4Runner is available in three grades: a well-equipped, value-driven SR5; top-of-the-line Limited, and a Trail grade for those who want maximum off-road capability.  Optional third-row seats on SR5 and Limited allow for up to seven-person capacity.

4Runner owners will have the choice of a rear wheel 4×2, part-time 4×4 or a full-time multi-mode 4×4 with a locking center differential.  All models are equipped with a powerful 4.0-liter, 270-horsepower V6 teamed to a five-speed ECT-i automatic transmission and one of the few vehicles that continues offer a transfer case.

The MSRP for the 4Runner Trail 4×4 is $35,725, reflecting a price decrease of $1,430, or 4.0 percent. The new Trail Premium grade is priced at $38,645.

The MSRP for the 2014 4Runner SR5 will be $32,820 for the 4×2 model and $34,695 for the 4×4, an increase of $1,330, or 4.0 percent. The new SR5 Premium grade will be priced at $35,740 for the 4×2 and $37,615 for the 4×4.

The 4Runner Limited will carry an MSRP of $41,365 for the 4×2 and $43,400 for the 4×4, an increase of $2,370 or 6.0 percent.

Source: Toyota Motor Corporation

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