2010 Toyota 4Runner Values

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2010 model year changes

For 2010, the Toyota 4Runner begins its fifth generation of design and premieres as a taller, wider and longer vehicle. The 2010 4Runner has a more pronounced look, highlighted by a more squared front grille and popping fender flares. The new base engine is a 4-cylinder, which is borrowed from the Toyota Tacoma. The V6 engine now offers 34 more horsepower than the 2009 engine and has a stronger rear differential. V8 engines and all Sport trims are no longer available.

Competitive comparison

Great combination of truck-like performance and car-like agility; smooth and comfortable ride; incredible off-road handling and capability; increased durability and strength

Special features for 2010

The Toyota 4Runner debuted in the U.S. more than 25 years ago. Now in its fifth generation, this midsized SUV uses the same platform as the FJ Cruiser and maintains its truck-like body-on-frame construction. A third row of seats is available and both the second and third rows fold completely flat without having to remove the headrests, providing a cavernous 90 cubic feet of cargo space. The optional sliding rear cargo deck can support up to 440 pounds.

4Runner-4 Cyl.

Utility 4D SR5 2WD
The 2010 Toyota 4Runner is a rugged and off-road capable mid-size SUV which has been totally redesigned for the new year. The 4Runner is now wider and taller than the previous generation, and it is available with an optional third row of seating which allows seven passengers to fit inside. The base engine is a 2.7L four-cylinder which produces 157 hp and 178 lb-ft of torque, is paired with a four-speed automatic, and is only available with RWD. A larger 4.0L 270 hp V6 is available and it is fitted with a five-speed automatic and the choice of RWD or 4WD.