2014 Toyota 4Runner Off-Road Test - TFL Car

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If you’re not impressed with the visuals or interior of the new Toyota 4Runner as seen in the earlier review, here’s another one showing its off-road abilities.
The guys over at TFL Car returned recently with a new test, putting the updated 4Runner face to face with some hard off-road driving conditions.

You will see that the body-on-frame SUV was made for rough terrain, having a big ground clearance, as well as bumpers specially sculpted to allow climbing and descending at steep angles of over 45 degrees.

The vehicle also comes with electronic gizmos to adapt the power for different type of terrains, play with the differentials and enable the crawling mode where you can set a speed of 1 to 6 km/h for the vehicle to maintain no matter what you are rolling on.

Play the video bellow to see the 4Runner doing some steep climbs and descents.

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