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2025 Toyota 4Runner is here

Exterior Design: The new 4Runner has a front end resembling the Toyota Tacoma, with a broader track and fender flares.

The longer frame makes room for bigger tires and better ground clearance.

The rear style lines are a nod to earlier models and make the car look more muscular.

Features inside: The inside layout resembles the Toyota Tacoma, with a familiar collection of gauges, center stack, and controls.

On some levels, you can get a 14.0-inch tablet for entertainment that works wirelessly with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Well-thought-out storage options and intuitive usability characterize interior design.

Powertrain Choices: The base engine is a 2.4-liter turbocharged inline-four with 278 hp and 317 lb-ft of torque.

With the extra 2.4-liter i-Force Max Hybrid engine, the total power goes up to 326 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque.

There is an eight-speed automatic gear that goes with both engines.

Off-Road Capabilities and Suspension: The new 4Runner shares the TGNA-F design with the Tacoma and Land Cruiser.

It has a control-arm suspension in the front and a multilink live axle setup in the back.

Different trims have different suspension sets for different off-road needs, with choices that are best for running in the desert or exploring the land.

One of the standard features is an automatic rear differential locker. You can also get a front anti-roll bar that is removed for extra convenience.

When and where you can buy it: The 2025 Toyota 4Runner will come out in the fall of 2024.

We'll inform you about trim levels, prices, and gas mileage closer to the release date.

Overall, the 2025 Toyota 4Runner will likely build on the good points of its predecessor while-

adding new features and technologies that make it a strong contender in the SUV market.