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New 2015 Toyota 4Runner is one of the few SUV manufactured on a basis of body-on-frame design, which can be used for significant off-road driving.

Being a midsize sport utility vehicle, it is available in four trim levels: Trail, SR5 (these two trims have standard and premium sub-trims), TRD Pro and Limited. In a standard configuration only two rows for seating for five passengers are available, but you if you choose SR5 or Limited configuration, you have an option to have third-row seats, which adds place for two persons more. TRD Pro is one the best novel off-road solutions from Toyota, which has lots of included off-road advances and upgrades.

General shape of 4Runner stays the same as before, which is kind of competing originality that never dies and doesn’t need lots of upgrades. Having a high beltline and solid proportions it looks quite convincing and handsome. Interior features quite big controls and knobs located in an unconstrained way, and gauges and controls edged with plain materials.

The parts from trucks underneath are used in 2015 Toyota 4Runner, which is exceptional and gives you rich experience of using really cool crossover.

The only available engine for this car is 4.0-liter V-6 that provides 270 horsepower and 278 lb.-ft. of torque. It gives certain swiftness whenever you are driving on the highway, off-road or in the city. Fuel efficiency is equal to 17/22 mpg if you use rear-drive model and 17/21 for all-wheel drive configuration. SR5 models can be configured with rear-wheel drive or part-time all-wheel drive system, while TRD Pro and Trail – only with part-time system. Limited version enables full-time all-wheel drive configuration that is more directed for on-road trips rather than off-road. It features 20-inch tires and wheels, whereas other versions feature 17-inch tires and wheels.

This SUV surely drives far better than it can seem from its bulky appearance, providing high flexibility and feel of steering on the road. 2015 Toyota 4Runner MSRP is $33,210.