Used 2016 Toyota 4Runner Prices

Select 2016 Toyota 4Runner trim levels

2016 model year changes

The Toyota 4Runner remains essentially unchanged for 2016, though the Entune multimedia system is upgraded, which integrates cell phone navigation.

Competitive comparison

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

Special features for 2016

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.
The Toyota 4Runner can seat up to five persons and is offered in five trim levels to suit all levels of buyers. Standard features include: 17” premium alloy wheels, towing hitch, mud flaps/guards, skid plates, start assist and hill control, parking camera, fog lamps, heated and powered side mirrors, privacy glass in the rear, LED tail lamps, roof rack and rails, powered rear liftgate, de-icing windshield wipers, remote entry, second-row a/c ventilation, tilt and telescope steering wheel, 40/20/40 split and fold rear seating, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 6.1” touchscreen and an eight-speaker audio system. Packages or upping the trim level can add leather upholstery, heated and powered front seating, smartphone app integration, hood scoop, silver exterior accents, locking rear differential, terrain modes, off-road tires, automated headlamps, Bilstein shocks, 20” wheels and much more. Under the hood is an upgradable 4.0-liter V6 engine that’s rated at 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque.