2016 Toyota 4Runner
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Available Trims Levels & Options
The new 2016 4Runner includes the following trim levels:
- SR5: Integrated fog lights, towing capacity of up to 4,700 lbs., leather-trimmed steering wheel, LED taillights with smoked sport trim.
- Trail: Available Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System, ground-clearing approach angle of 33 degrees and departure angle of 26 degrees.
- Limited: Automatic on/off headlight feature, 20-inch split 6-spoke alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control.
- TRD Pro: Matte-black 17-inch TRD alloy wheels, Bilstein®shocks with TRD-tuned springs, TRD-stamped aluminum front skid plate
2016 Toyota 4Runner Dealer near San Diego
As you'd expect from a mid-size SUV, the 2016 Toyota 4Runner impresses with carrying capacity. It typically carts five in reclining seats but fold down the 40/20/40 split second-row seats, and you have room for 88 cubic feet of cargo. The SR5 and Limited trims can accommodate up to seven in three rows with the last row having a 50/50 split for more cargo. An available rear cargo deck makes it easier to access up to 440 lbs. of extra gear. There's also a 120-volt AC power outlet back there, so you can power equipment like air compressors or smartphones. Everyone can feel safer with the eight standard airbags. Side-impact door beams absorb crash energy, reducing intrusion into the cabin.
So if you are shopping for a 2016 Toyota 4Runner in San Diego then visit Toyota of El Cajon to test drive one today.
In the 2016 Toyota 4Runner, you can step from the brake to accelerator pedal on a steep slope, while Standard Hill Start Assist Control keeps the SUV from rolling backward. When you go forward on a steep descent, the available Downhill Assist Control applies the brake as needed to control your speed.
When you go off-road in the 2016 Toyota 4Runner, skid plates under the vehicle helps protect the front suspension, the engine, fuel tanks, and, in four-wheel-drive models, the transfer case. Ventilation keeps the brakes cool even on long downhill drives.