The 2016 Toyota 4Runner is come in 4 trims: SR5, Trail, TRD Pro and Limited. The Toyota 4Runner SR5 comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, skid plates, mud guards, hitch tow, Hill-start assist and hill-birth control, the camera rearview, fog lights, heated exterior mirrors, rear privacy glass, LED taillights, roof rails, power liftgate window, windshield Wiper de-Acer, keyless entry, cruise control, air-conditioning in the second row vents, cloth upholstery, a six-way power driver seat with power lumbar adjustment, a leather- wrapped tilt and telescoping steering wheel and 40 folding / 20/40-split and reclining rear seats. Electronics Standard features include Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, GPS Scout Link cell phone navigation integration, and an eight-speaker audio system with 6.1-inches touchscreen interface, voice controls, a CD player, HD and satellite radio, an auxiliary audio jack and an iPod / USB audio interface.
2016 Toyota 4Runner Interior
The inside of the 2016 Toyota 4Runner features instrumentation and controls are well laid out and easy to understand. Most owners will be satisfied with the quality of the cabin 4Runner’s, which is oriented more toward fitness than aesthetics. If you demand something a bit more luxury, such as the Jeep Grand Cherokee will be found to work well.
All Toyota 4Runners come with audio interface screen is placed on top of the pile center. Depending on which trim level you have selected, the screen is presenting various degrees to work from Toyota Antun suite smartphone-enabled services and applications. All trims except the SR5 base and Trail include the navigation system. The audio systems SR5 and Trail models’ power and the integration of navigation from your smartphone.
As for passenger accommodation, standard five-man to sit provision of the 2016 4Runner combines the sitting on the 40/20/40-split folding second-row seat. The optional third-row seat is definitely the tempting option for carpoolers, but you’ll want to make sure you lower your schoolers quite fit, as this is one of the smallest, tightest lines in the third of any SUV midsize.
In fact, the real estate after the 4Runner is a better cargo. There is a healthy 47 cubic feet cargo room behind the second-row seats, the number jumps to an even worse 89.7 cubic with all rear seats folded down. This space is far more than the Grand Cherokee offers, and in addition to a large number of crossovers (such as the Ford Explorer and Honda Pilot).
2016 Toyota 4Runner Engine
The 2015 Toyota 4Runner employs a 4.0-liter V6 engine that produces 270 horses and 278 pound-feet of torque. The automatic transmission is five-speed. The SR5 and Limited models are available with either rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive while the Trail and TRD Pro 4WD. The EPA estimates fuel economy at 19 mpg combined (17 city / 22 highway) for RWD models and 18 mpg combined (17 city / 21 highway) for all 4Runners 4WD. Those numbers are typical of a traditional SUV, but well behind those of most crossovers V6-powered.
2016 Toyota 4Runner Safety
The standard safety features on the 2016 Toyota 4Runner include greenhouse disc brakes, stability and traction control, front-seat side airbags, and applied full side curtain airbags, front knee airbags and active front head restraints. All 4WD models feature an off-road traction control system known as the A-Trac that keeps you moving on a slippery terrain by the engine torque wheel that have a fire.
A camera rearview’s standard across the board, but the front and parking sensors come only on the Limited trim level. The 2016 Toyota 4Runner Limited Model comes with Safety Connect, which includes auto collision notification, a stolen vehicle locator, and emergency assistance. In brake testing, a four-wheel-drive 2016 Toyota 4Runner Trail model took 132 feet to stop 60 mph, which is a long way crossover standards, but not bad for an SUV off-road-oriented.
In government crash tests, the 4Runner earned four out of a possible five stars in the world, including four stars for frontal-impact safety and five stars for side-impact safety. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety allocate its 4Runner top “Good” in the moderate-overlap directly offset, side-impact and roof-strength crash tests, but small-overlap frontal-offset crash test led the best rating. The 2016 Toyota 4Runner seat / head restraint design The 4Runner’s rated good for protection against whiplash in rear-impact crashes.