Have you ever wondered what will the new 4 Runner look like? Included in the crossover line, the 4Runner is basically falling in the mid size SUV sector that may not share the DNA with any pickup truck. This is definitely a great news for those wanting to get improved and smooth offroad experience – or those wanting to get the most efficient usage of the 5000 lb towing ability. However, if you are getting used to the luxury cabin of the crossover or the super smooth performance, you may not feel that 4Runner is the best option for you. Not to mention that this 4Runner is only coming with one engine option – which may not be an ideal option for some people.
The Power, Performance, and Engine
You may not expect the 4Runner to be completely different from the current one. So, what will the new 4 Runner look like, in terms of mechanical or technical aspect? For one thing, this ride will only come with one engine option, the V6 unit with 4.0 liter capacity that is delivering 270 hp of power and 278 Nm of torque, paired with the automatic five speed transmission. For some people, this isn’t the most updated performance – in fact, such a thing is considered slow and sluggish in today’s world.
It has its own fuel economy system, 17 mpg for the city and 20 mpg for the highway. It is able to reach 60 mph within 7.5 seconds – which isn’t bad but isn’t impressive or amazing either. The top speed is 114 mph – again, not a super impressive figure.
General Specs and Features
If you take a look at some of the winning factors, the boxy and masculine appearance with the square jaw look is super cool. The offroad ability is also cool and nice – at least, it is considered nicer when compared to Wrangler. However, the rear seat area is pretty tight and limited. And there is an old-school feel and platform about this vehicle.
The vehicle is coming with four or rear wheel driving system and front engine placement. It is a hatchback with four door setting, able to accommodate five adult passengers. The base price is around $37,000 – the higher the trim, the more expensive it will be. The wheelbase is around 110 inches, with length 191 inches and width 76 inches. With passenger volume reaching 97 cubic feet and cargo volume reaching 47 cubic feet, you need to admit that it is pretty tight. From these figures, can you imagine what will the new 4 Runner look like?