The 2016 Toyota 4Runner Trail are only eligible for the optional Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS), which automatically disconnects stabilizer bars of the SUV in off-road conditions in low-speed to improve the suspension articulation over the Ruts deep and large.
In 2008 continue (for the 2009 model year) the Toyota 4Runner unchanged. A Toyota 4Runner Trail Edition package adds an electronic locking rear prong, to call a switch Advanced Traction Control (A-TRAC) and Bilstein dampers enable. Later models offered a DVD rear seat Entertainment System (RSEs) that a nine-inch LCD screen and two wireless headphones use.
The fifth generation Toyota 4Runner unveiled at the Texas State Fair on September 24, 2009. It is available in three trim levels, two of which were previously available. The base SR5 trim and the Limited trim top of the line is available as a 2WD or a 4WD. The new route Edition is only available as a 4WD. The SR5 and Trail Edition 4WDs will receive a part-time 4WD drive system, while the full-time 4WD Limited will have. All models will come with A-TRAC. The new route Edition offers Toyota’s Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) and Crawl Control which was previously only available to premium Toyota vehicles, as well as a rear prong circuit as the previous trail package.
2016 Toyota 4Runner Trail Sspecification
Model: 2016 Toyota 4Runner Trail
Type: Sport utility vehicle
Ratting: 2/5 · Car and Driver
MPG: 17 city / 21 highway
MSRP: From $36,415
Horsepower: 270 HP
Wheel size: 17″ diameter, 7.5″ width
Engine: 4.0L V6
Towing capacity: 4,700 lbs
Curb weight: 4,750 lbs