2017 Toyota 4Runner vs 2016 Toyota 4Runner

May 26th, 2017 by

The 2017 Toyota 4Runner truly has the DNA and soul of truck, and that is partly what makes it so unique in SUV’s becoming increasingly more like cars then their more rugged counterparts. The 2017 4Runner stays true to that tradition by keeping its rugged good looks and it’s durable performance in terrain that would leave others mired in the muck. However, comparing these two model years side by side reveals that there are still changes that can be made to make a good SUV even better..

Extended Offerings

When looking at the projected offerings for the 2017 model year, what we are seeing is an increasing in offerings through the addition of the TRD Off-Road and TRD Off-Road Premium grades in all six models;the SR5, SR5 Premium, TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, TRD Pro and Limited. This means that there is an addition of off road trim offerings and other features that just sweeten an already amazing off road vehicle.

Keeping the Best Features Upgrading the Rest

If you are a Toyota pureist, have no fear, the 2017 model year will keep many of the features that set it apart from the competition. Seating for up to 5 standard, a roomy 47.2 cubic feet of cargo space with all five seats being used or an ample 89.7 cubic feet of cargo space behind the front seats. Entertainment upgrades in standard trim levels include a Toyota Entune Audio Plus interface with Connected Navigation App, a 6.1-inch touchscreen, an eight-speaker sound system, Siri Eyes Free voice control and Bluetooth connectivity just to name a few things.

Ressler Motors and The Toyota 4Runner

As you can see, a great vehicle can be made even better with the addition and upgrade of a few key components. Take the time to do your research and get out and test drive one of these amazing vehicles to see why upgrading to a 2017 Toyota 4Runner simply makes sense. Ressler Motors of Bozeman Montana carries an impressive selection of these remarkable vehicles just waiting for you. Stop by and take one for a test drive the next time you are in the neighborhood.