The new Toyota 4Runner’s instrument panel shape is tailored to accommodate the tech savvy shopper, such as the 6.1-in. high-resolution touch-screen display, standard on all models. While it may look familiar to some the new Optitron instrumentation makes the gauges easy to see, day or night. Also available is the premium power tilt/slide moonroof so you can stay connected and really experience the trail.
It may look tough outside, but inside it feels exceptionally refined. That’s because Toyota used premium materials like SofTex and perforated leather depending on your trim level. It’s the perfect blend of ruggedness and comfort. All 4Runners feature an 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar support. Step up to SR5 Premium or TRD Off-Road Premium and get a 4-way power-adjustable front passenger seat in addition to heated front seats the Limited trim adds heated and ventilated front seats, plus driver’s seat memory to snap you back into your preferred driving positions.
For 2018 Toyota is also offering two new trim levels. 4Runner TRD Off-Road and TRD Off-Road Premium. These trims stand apart with unique features like 17-in. 7-spoke alloy wheels with black-painted accents and stylish TRD Off-Road badging. The inside comes equipped with its TRD shift knob, TRD Off-Road floor mats. If you really have the itch to take thing to the next level Toyota offers the TRD PRO. 4Runner TRD Pro is ready to take your adventures to the extreme Its suspension featuring oversize TRD Bilstein high-performance shocks with rear remote reservoirs and TRD-tuned springs helps carry you over unforgiving terrain without any issue. Also packed with a ¼-in.-thick aluminum skid plate designed to protect things up front, this rugged body-on-frame SUV fears no trail.