The 2014 Toyota 4Runner is a midsize offered in three trim levels: SR5, Trail and Limited. The 2014 Toyota 4Runner SR5 and Trail are subdivided into the base and Premium versions. The 5 passenger seating is standard, but optional 50/50 split third-row seat on the beauty SR5 and Limited superior to seven. The SR5 comes standard with 17-inch alloy rims, skid plates, a ride guide, hill start assist and hill descent control, rearview camera, foglights, heated exterior mirrors, rear privacy glass, power-down liftgate window, entry keyless, cruise control, air-conditioning and a hot second row, Upholstery fabric, a six-way power driver seat, the leather-wrapped steering wheel with tilt/telescope adjustment and 40/20/40-split-folding and live rear seats in the back. Electronic side, it comes to Bluetooth phone and audio connections and an eight speaker audio system with screen interface, the suite Antun of Smartphone-connected applications, CD player, satellite radio, an audio auxiliary jack and an iPod/USB audio interface.
The SR5 Premium model adds a sunroof and mirrors with integrated turn signals and lamps lake. Inside, you find SofTex premium vinyl Upholstery Toyota’s, heated seats forward, the seat of the four-way power front passenger, navigation system and improved version of Antun via voice control, up-and text-to-speech message Blonde enabled. The model 4Runner Trail includes all the features of the standard base SR5 and adds tires and off-road-oriented, mudguards, body-color exterior trim, and special parts for electronic aids to off-road and an eight way power driver’s seat. The Trail Premium model adds the sunroof and all the services of the inner electronic arrives on the SR5 Premium. Or in any way 2014 Toyota 4Runner Trail model can be equipped with the optional Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS). This option is aimed at serious enthusiasts from the outside, as KDSS automatically disconnects stabilizer bars to the SUV in off-road conditions and a low-speed to improve suspension articulation over deep ruts and large.
The 2014 Toyota 4Runner Limited includes all the normal Route Premium content, without the associated off-road equipment. It also comes standard with 20-inch wheels and alloy, adaptive shock absorbers for the installation, use of lights, ignition keyless/entry, two-zone climate control the use of perforated leather Upholstery, heated front seats and ventilation for driver seat, and an improved JBL sound system 15 speakers and HD radio.
Most of the features that can be found in the 4Runner Trail beauty and Limited are available as options on the lower trim levels, although the details will vary based on the region of the United States where you live. Other methods include fixed running boards for the 2014 Toyota 4Runner SR5 and 2014 Toyota 4Runner Trail automatically deploying/retracting running boards for the Limited, a to the rear cargo floor and roof-rack crossbars.
2014 Toyota 4Runner Interior
One of the changes you will notice immediately on 2014 Toyota 4Runner new internal panel of the instrument. Instead of the old individual gauge binnacles, a new design locates the speedometer and oversized tachometer on both sides of the trip computer and multifunction screen. The new estimate of appealing and easy to read, and the reception quality over the previous design.
In addition, all 2014 4Runners come with Audio interface screen to set up the center. Depending on which trim level selected, it brings various degrees to work from Toyota’s Antun Smartphone suite of services and applications. The models SR5/Trail Premium and Limited to the navigation system interface. Getting started with Antun can be a problem, however, as you must install application on your phone and register an account, plus, you also need an active the data connection to use it. Screen interface has menus are straightforward, but sometimes unresponsive to the touch. Owners most satisfied with the quality of the materials the chamber’s 4Runner, which is more oriented to the stability of Aesthetics. Although he will not be afraid to get dirty the Toyota’s interior, denying that he has Ambience workaday than, say, in the interior of the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
But passengers a place to stay, the standard five-man living arrangement includes a sitting 40/20/40-split-folding second-row seat. The Toyota 4Runner optional third-row seat is bound to be a tempting option for Carpoolers, but you want to make sure to lower your schoolers actually fit, as this is one of smallest, tightest lines of any third SUV midsize. Most consumers will find that this space is better used car. There’s a healthy 47 cubic feet of cargo room behind the second row seats, a number that matter even a healthy 90 cubic all the rear seats in the folded back down. This space than provided by the Grand Cherokee and many large crossovers.
2014 Toyota 4Runner Engine
The 2014 Toyota 4Runner comes standard with the 4.0 liter V6 engine that produces 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque. A walk in the automatic five-speed and normal. The beauty SR5 and Limited are available with either rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, while the 4WD route only. Four-wheel-drive SR5 have a part-time four-wheel-drive system with a low-range transfer case, and the Limited uses the full-time 4WD low-range gearing, and an independently lockable center of a difference. The Trail model comes standard part-time 4WD system and includes the differences you end up, crawl control and selectable programs for the local electric-sensitive. Well equipped, the 4Runner an average of up to 4.700 pounds.
In instrumented testing, a rear-drive 4Runner SR5 accelerated from a standstill to 60 Mph in 7.2 seconds, which is about average among SUVs competition. The 2014 Toyota 4 Runner EPA estimates fuel economy at 19 MPG combined for rear-wheel-drive model and 18 MPG combined for the four-wheel-drive 4Runners slightly below the average for a midsize, off-road-oriented SUV Gas-powered six-cylinder engine.
2014 Toyota 4Runner Safety
The 2014 Toyota 4 Runner standard safety features include anti-lock disc brakes, stability and the traction control, front seat side airbag, full-length side curtain airbag, front knee airbag and active front head boundaries. All kinds of 4WD feature an off-road traction control system known as the A-track helps you stay on surfaces by redirecting the engine torque wheel (s) has traction. A rearview camera is standard across the board. The Limited comes with emergency communications system Safety Connect, which includes the automatic collision notification, i-Locator stolen-vehicle roadside assistance.
In brake testing, a rear-wheel-drive 4Runner SR5 came to a stop from 60 Mph in 122 feet, which is the ratio between the SUVs in its class. However, the example of the car with off-road-oriented tires pays its 140 feet to a standstill. In government crash tests, the 2014 Toyota 4Runner earned an Overall rating of four stars and four stars in frontal crash protection and five stars in side impact protection. Insurance Institute for the Highway Safety awarded the 4Runner its top rating in moderation and follow directly from the machines, side-impact and roof-strength crash tests. Its design seat/head restraint and rates, “Good” Whiplash protection in rear-impact accidents.