2025 Toyota 4Runner Photos, engines & full specs

Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
Segment: Medium SUV
Infotainment: Apple CarPlay icon Apple CarPlay   Android Auto icon Android Auto  
Production years: 2024

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Toyota introduced the sixth generation of the 4Runner in the spring of 2024, ending the 15-year-long career of its predecessor, and the new model was a revolution in the model’s history.

The Japanese automaker introduced the 4Runner in 1983 for the 1984 model year, and by 2024, it sold over 4 million units. By the time the sixth generation was launched, this nameplate was already iconic in Toyota’s inventory. This SUV was one of the best options for those looking for remote places to camp, school runs, and daily drivers. Moreover, its ability to climb over rocks and endure harsh environments transformed it into a vehicle highly appreciated in off-road communities. For the 2025 model year, the 4Runner came with modern styling, a comfortable interior, fuel-efficient engines, and was packed with technologies. The automaker redesigned it from the ground up and built it on the same TNGA-F platform shared with its siblings, the Tacoma, the Land Cruiser, the Tundra, and the Sequoia.

Toyota’s design team followed the concept of the original 4Runner when it penned it but modernized it. As a result, the front fascia featured horizontal LED headlights and raised outer edges. They integrated the daytime running lights and flanked an angular-shaped main grille that sported the Toyota name or the chromed badge of the automaker, depending on the grade. The bumper integrated a lower air intake underlined by a rock slider shield and an apron.

From its profile, the SUV’s rugged appearance was emphasized by flared wheel arches with angular styling. The TRD Pro version featured additional black plastic moldings. Also, depending on the trim level, the 2025 4Runner featured body-colored or black door mirror caps and handles. A set of side steps adorned the sills below the sculptured doors. For the rear quarter panels, Toyota created taller shoulders, echoing the design of the 4Runner’s first generation. Another specific design element was for the raked-forward C-pillars behind the rear doors. Finally, at the back, the rear window could roll down into the tailgate, like on its predecessor.

The cabin welcomed its occupants with a modern interior. Atop the center stack, Toyota placed an eight-inch or a ten-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system, depending on the option. At the same time, in front of the driver was the instrument cluster that housed a seven-inch digital display, while the higher grades featured a 12.3-inch one. A four-spoke steering wheel resembled the one from the previous generation of the 4Runner. Between the front occupants, the automaker placed a center console. It housed the buttons and controls for the transmission, the available 4x4 commands, and a pair of cup holders. Depending on the grade, Toyota installed bucket seats wrapped in fabric or a mix of Alcantara and artificial leather. At the same time, in the back, the automaker installed a split-folding (60/40) bench seat.

The automaker tried to keep its customers safe, so it installed the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 system, which integrated lane-keep, assist, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitor, and others. Under the 4Runner’s hood, the car manufacturer installed a turbocharged inline-four engine, with or without a hybrid system. Toyota offered the 4Runner with a choice of three drivetrains that could send the power to the rear wheels only via an all-wheel drive system or a rugged part-time 4WD.

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TOYOTA 4Runner 2024
  1 gasoline engine
  • 2.4L (282 HP)

TOYOTA 4Runner
2.4L (282 HP)

ENGINE SPECS - 2.4L (282 HP)
Power:207.3 KW @ - RPM
281.9 HP @ - RPM
278 BHP @ - RPM
Torque:317 lb-ft @ - RPM
430 Nm @ - RPM
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