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2021 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2021 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 12,893 mi

- Listed 21 days ago
  • $5,119 below market price
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  • 1 positive , low annual miles
$39,499
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2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 51,261 mi

- Listed 22 days ago
  • $4,930 below market price
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  • 1 positive , low annual miles
$34,499
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2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 45,998 mi

- Listed 63 days ago
  • $4,998 below market price
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  • 1 positive , low annual miles
$41,499
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2016 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2016 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 130,986 mi

Woodbridge, VA (26 mi) - Listed 22 days ago
  • $4,172 below market price
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  • 1-owner
$24,590
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2021 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition

2021 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition - 12,325 mi

- Listed 72 days ago
  • $5,521 below market price
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  • 1 positive , low annual miles
$55,999
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2021 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro

2021 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro - 7,188 mi

- Listed 134 days ago
  • $6,844 below market price
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  • 1 positive , low annual miles
$65,999
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2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium

2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium - 53,540 mi

- Listed 98 days ago
  • $4,236 below market price
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  • 1 positive , low annual miles
$38,499
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2020 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2020 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 26,754 mi

- Listed 163 days ago
  • $5,362 below market price
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  • 1 positive , low annual miles
$44,499
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2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 47,761 mi

- Listed 168 days ago
  • $3,784 below market price
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  • 1 positive , low annual miles
$38,499
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2006 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2006 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 185,240 mi

Chantilly, VA (7 mi) - Listed 22 days ago
  • $2,444 below market price
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  • 2 price drops in 23 days
$10,999
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2005 Toyota 4Runner Limited

2005 Toyota 4Runner Limited - 230,219 mi

Baltimore, MD (47 mi) - Listed 48 days ago
  • $1,283 below market price
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  • 1 price drop in 49 days
$8,150
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2006 Toyota 4Runner Limited

2006 Toyota 4Runner Limited - 89,682 mi

Manassas, VA (19 mi) - Listed 62 days ago
  • $3,881 below market price
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  • low annual miles
$15,999
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2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 57,586 mi

- Listed 244 days ago
  • $4,567 below market price
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  • 1 positive
$35,999
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2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2019 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 43,238 mi

Woodbridge, VA (31 mi) - Listed 28 days ago
  • $4,862 below market price
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  • 1-owner, low annual miles
$37,000
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2013 Toyota 4Runner SR5

2013 Toyota 4Runner SR5 - 128,051 mi

Leesburg, VA (6 mi) - Listed 15 days ago
  • $4,041 below market price
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  • 1 price drop in 16 days
$19,499
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2017 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium

2017 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium - 26,193 mi

Woodbridge, VA (31 mi) - Listed 12 days ago
  • $5,336 below market price
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  • low annual miles
$35,000
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2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium

2018 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium - 93,009 mi

Falls Church, VA (19 mi) - Listed 15 days ago
  • $4,003 below market price
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  • 1-owner
$30,995
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2016 Toyota 4Runner Limited

2016 Toyota 4Runner Limited - 94,276 mi

Dumfries, VA (34 mi) - Listed 28 days ago
  • $3,342 below market price
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  • 1-owner, low annual miles
$28,777
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2016 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium

2016 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium - 122,600 mi

Leesburg, VA (6 mi) - Listed 37 days ago
  • $3,573 below market price
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  • 1-owner
$26,995
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2021 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium

2021 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Premium - 34,645 mi

Springfield, VA (23 mi) - Listed 28 days ago
  • $5,503 below market price
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  • 1-owner
$39,500
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What Is The Average Price Of A Used Toyota 4runner By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2023 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $48,172 - 550 listings
2022 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $47,934 Save $11,871 on 536 deals 926 listings
2021 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $40,398 Save $10,404 on 863 deals 1,427 listings
2020 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $41,135 Save $12,422 on 442 deals 729 listings
2019 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $38,560 Save $9,131 on 627 deals 973 listings
2018 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $36,158 Save $8,106 on 576 deals 905 listings
2017 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $33,686 Save $8,093 on 278 deals 466 listings
2016 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $30,739 Save $7,800 on 421 deals 673 listings
2015 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $28,613 Save $7,705 on 196 deals 340 listings
2014 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $26,509 Save $6,738 on 136 deals 259 listings
2010 Toyota 4runner for Sale Near Me $18,906 Save $3,700 on 54 deals 121 listings

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Gray Toyota 4runner for Sale $35,153 Save $9,059 on 284 deals 574 listings
Silver Toyota 4runner for Sale $30,378 Save $7,876 on 239 deals 499 listings
Red Toyota 4runner for Sale $34,019 Save $8,972 on 113 deals 230 listings
Black Toyota 4runner for Sale $33,688 Save $10,404 on 286 deals 579 listings
Blue Toyota 4runner for Sale $31,603 Save $7,800 on 117 deals 213 listings
White Toyota 4runner for Sale $34,718 Save $9,177 on 376 deals 791 listings
Brown Toyota 4runner for Sale $9,369 Save $878 on 2 deals 5 listings
Green Toyota 4runner for Sale $45,151 Save $7,516 on 19 deals 55 listings
Orange Toyota 4runner for Sale $56,304 Save $2,398 on 1 deal 5 listings

Toyota 4Runner Overview

The Toyota 4Runner is a traditional sport utility vehicle based on the Tacoma pickup truck and originally modeled after the Hilux model sold overseas. The 4Runner is most well-known as a highly capable SUV with both on-road family hauling and off-road credibility. It was one of the vehicles in our top ten list of longest-lasting vehicles. The first-generation Toyota 4Runner was essentially a Toyota Pickup with a fixed shell and extra bench seat. This first-generation Hilux-based 4Runner came to America in 1984 with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with a solid-axle four-wheel drive system. This first-generation 4Runner gained a reputation for being underpowered and under-equipped as the rear suspension often gave out early. The solid front axle was replaced in 1986 with an independent suspension system. A V6 engine option came in 1987. The second-generation Toyota 4Runner entered the market in 1990 and st the reputation for the SUV as we know it today. Still based on the Hilux pickup, the 4Runner now had its own design in body, now with four doors. A new suspension system did not remedy the issues of the first-gen, however. Both a four-cylinder and six-cylinder engine were offered with both a five-speed manual or automatic transmission also offered. Both the first- and second-generation 4Runner received bad reputations for side impact ratings as well. The third-generation 4Runner appeared in 1996 and marked a full redesign of the SUV. This generation was based on the Land Cruiser Prado rather than the Hilux pickup, which significantly upgraded the 4Runner's sport utility cred. This improved the interior, capability, ride quality, and longevity of the 4Runner overall. New engines also appeared, with a slightly larger (2.7L) four-cylinder and an upgraded 3.4-liter V6 now on offer. Transmissions remained about the same. The fourth-generation Toyota 4Runner entered the market in 2003 and again underwent big changes inside and out. Still based on the Prado, the 4Runner now had a more upscale look and a lot in common with the Tacoma pickup truck. The four-cylinder engine was dropped in favor of Toyota's new 4.0-liter V6 and a small 4.7-liter V8 was offered for a couple of years, then dropped. Safety had been improved in the third-generation and now became close to best-in-class with this fourth-gen. In 2010, the fifth-generation 4Runner was introduced with new design matching the current Toyota pickup truck lineup. Special offroad editions, such as the Trail and (eventually) the TRD Pro series, were added and an upgrade to the 4.0L V6 brought better power delivery. No longer functionally related to the Tacoma pickup truck, the 4Runner is instead based on the Land Cruiser. The Toyota 4Runner enjoys a stellar reputation for longevity and durability in all of its generations, with some exceptions. Most complaints for newer models revolve around issues that are subject to recall or warranty, such as airbags and engine electronics in the 2015 model year.

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2019 Toyota 4Runner

The 4Runner is a traditional body-on-frame (truck-based) sport utility, but competes in an arena full of more modern crossover (car-based) utilities. The 2019 4Runner continues with the now long in the tooth design of this-generation 4Runner, introduced in 2010. Compared to most crossovers, the 2019 4Runner is far more off-road-ready and muscular in capability as a traditional SUV.

For the 2019 model year, the Toyota 4Runner sees a few changes to specific trim packages. The TRD Pro off-road package now has new Fox shock absorbers, a new roof rack and skid plate, and includes a sunroof and JBL sound system as standard. A new Limited Nightshade Edition 4Runner trim package adds a black-out color scheme to the 4Runner's top-end package options.

The 4Runner is a very capable off-road goer and "get there" SUV, but it lacks refinement on the road and isn't well suited for family hauling on the daily.

The 2019 Toyota 4Runner is a midsized SUV available in seven trim levels. There is only one engine and transmission option, but drivetrain options include both rear-wheel and four-wheel drive.
See the full 2019 Toyota 4Runner Test Drive Review.

2018 Toyota 4Runner

The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is a body-on-frame sport utility, meaning it's truck-based rather than car-based as would be a crossover-SUV. This means that the 4Runner may not be for everyone, but it does fit a certain market and segment of needs. The 2018 4Runner should be thought of as a pickup truck with more seating capable of carrying a fair number of people and towing a fair amount of trailer and cargo. It is not, however, a comfortable daily driver or family hauler compared to other options where that goal is primary.

For 2018, the 4Runner sees only a few changes from its 2017 model year shuffle and 2016 redesign. Most of the changes for 2018 are in options package shuffling. There are six trim levels available for the 2018 4Runner, all of which use the same engine and transmission and all are rated to tow at least 5,000 pounds (when equipped). Both two-wheel (rear-wheel) and four-wheel drive are avaialble in some trims of the 2018 Toyota 4Runner, but 4WD is standard on most. The 4Runner seats up to seven.

Our assessment from last year carries over in our test drive for the 2018 model year. The 4Runner is an excellent off-road and utility vehicle, but lacks refinement and daily use ergonomics for those looking to use the vehicle as a daily commuter or family hauling.
See the full 2018 Toyota 4Runner Test Drive Review.

2017 Toyota 4Runner

The Toyota 4Runner is a traditional body-on-frame sport utility, which has its appeal and drawbacks. Among modern crossovers and SUVs, the 4Runner stacks up differently depending on its trim point and purpose. As a truck with extra seats and an all-terrain vehicle, the 4Runner shines. But as a daily driver and family hauler, not so much.

The 2017 Toyota 4Runner carries over largely unchanged from the 2016 model. A couple of trim point name changes - the Trail and Trail Premium are now the TRD Off-Road and TRD Off-Road Premium, respectively - are about all that's new this year.

There are six trim levels for the 2017 4Runner, starting with the base model SR5 and moving up to the TRD Pro and Limited models. They all use the same engine and transmission, and can tow up to 5,000 pounds. Two of the trim points are available as rear-wheel drive SUVs, while all others are four-wheel drive only. Seating for up to seven is available in some trim points.

This year we were lucky enough to test both the 2017 Toyota 4Runner Limited model, as well as the 2017 Toyota 4Runner Off-Road Premium model. We also spent brief amounts of time in the TRD Pro and SR5 Premium models.

What we learned is that there are few options as astute off the road as the 4Runner, but for daily commuting, road tripping and family hauling, the 4Runner leaves a lot to be desired.
See the full 2017 Toyota 4Runner Test Drive Review.

2016 Toyota 4Runner

Off-road SUVs are becoming an endangered species. Crossovers are now taking over the role they once held, with better fuel economy and ride characteristics. But there are still those who need a vehicle that can get them to that special place out in the woods or out on an adventure. A crossover isn't built for that. This is where an SUV shines, as it was built with this task in mind. Toyota is one of the automakers who still builds a true SUV in the form of the 2016 4Runner.
See the full 2016 Toyota 4Runner Test Drive Review.

2013 Toyota 4Runner

In terms of automobile history, the 2013 Toyota 4Runner is just now hitting its mid-life. Started in 1984, the 4Runner is now in its fifth generation of production. U.S. sales numbers rose in 2012 and were the best Toyota has seen from the Runner since 2007. As such, the Japanese manufacturer didn't change much of anything on the 2013 Toyota 4Runner.

Most people would overlook this midsize SUV at first glance, but it does have some very rugged and practical features that could appeal to buyers looking for known reliability. On the other hand, the 2013 Toyota 4Runner does get beat by competitors in nearly every other category, including the most important category for many buyers - price.
See the full 2013 Toyota 4Runner Test Drive Review.

How much is a Toyota 4Runner?

Toyota 4Runner

  • A new Toyota 4Runner's average price is $46,698 and the price range is $40,322 to $53,052
  • A 3-year-old used Toyota 4Runner's average price is $45,844 with a price range of $38,502 to $57,917

See below for the average Toyota 4Runner price across model years.

Toyota 4Runner   2017-2022   $44,338
Toyota 4Runner   2012-2017   $33,603
Toyota 4Runner   2007-2012   $19,895

The average price for a 3-year-old used midsize SUV is $31,867, with the Toyota 4Runner's price typically $13,977 above average for this vehicle type.

How long do Toyota 4Runners last?

Toyota 4Runner

  • The Toyota 4Runner is the #1 most reliable vehicle in the midsize SUV category, with a reliability score of 8.8.
  • Approximately 4.1% of all Toyota 4Runners on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.9% for the midsize SUV category

See below for the reliability scores of various cars in the midsize SUV category:

Toyota 4Runner   8.8
Honda Pilot   8.6
Toyota Highlander   8.5
Hyundai Santa Fe   8.5
Dodge Durango   8.5
Ford Explorer   8.4
Jeep Grand Cherokee   8.4
Nissan Pathfinder   8.3
Nissan Murano   8.2
Ford Edge   8.2
Mazda CX-9   8.0
GMC Acadia   8.0
Chevrolet Traverse   7.8
Kia Sorento   7.8
Dodge Journey   7.6
Volkswagen Atlas   5.7
Jeep Grand Cherokee L  
Subaru Ascent  
Honda Passport  
Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport  
Kia Telluride  
Chevrolet Blazer  
Hyundai Palisade  
Hyundai Santa Fe XL  
Ford Bronco  

Is the Toyota 4Runner a good car?

Toyota 4Runner

  • The Toyota 4Runner earns an ISC quality score of 8.4 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Toyota 4Runner is ranked 4th in quality in the midsize SUV category, with the Toyota Venza ranked just above it and the Ford Explorer ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked midsize SUV for quality is the Toyota Highlander

See our full list of the Best Midsize SUVs.

Is the Toyota 4Runner safe?

Toyota 4Runner

  • The latest Toyota 4Runner's 4-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it 22nd for safety in the midsize SUV category
  • The Toyota 4Runner's rating has averaged 4.0 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Toyota 4Runner's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 4
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 3
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.

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