2020 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro Pricing Revealed
The Toyota 4Runner is one of the world’s most popular SUVs and it carries with it a fierce loyalty with both owners and enthusiasts.
What makes 4Runner so special?
I think of the Toyota 4Runner as one of “the last true SUVs” left on the planet. Its body-on-frame construction allows it to successfully handle both on-road travels while also tackling excursions off-roading on more remote trails and paths.
The 4Runner is powered by a 4.0-liter V6 engine that produces 270 horsepower and 278 lb.-ft. torque and is matched with a 5-speed automatic transmission.
The 2020 4Runner has new features
Fans of the Toyota 4Runner may be interested in taking a closer look at the incoming 2020 models, as they will feature a host of new updates and upgrades.
First off, all 2020 4Runners come standard with Toyota Safety Sense (TSS-P). This is a package of active safety features that help lessen the chance of front end and side collisions, as well as assisting with nighttime driving. These features include pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, dynamic radar cruise control and automatic high beams.
Also, driving a 2020 Toyota 4Runner will be much more convenient with standard across-the-board Apple CarPlay and Android Auto applications.
In addition, you can expect 8” multimedia touch screens standard across all grades, as well as 2 more USB ports for backseat passengers.
Back seat passengers will have an easier time charging their devices with 2 standard rear seating area USB ports behind the center console.
Oh, and there is also that Army Green color I keep hearing about.
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Army Green is the new TRD Pro color
When the 2020 4Runner TRD Pro reaches dealerships this month in September, it will be offered in 4 different color selections. Buyers can choose between Super White, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Army Green and Midnight Black Metallic.
Every year Toyota announces a new color for the TRD Pro lineup. Last year the color was Voodoo Blue and for 2019 the color was Cavalry Blue. Army Green is Toyota’s exclusive TRD Pro color for 2020 models. It will be available in the 2020 Tundra TRD Pro, the 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro, the all-new Sequoia TRD Pro and, of course, the 2020 4Runner TRD Pro.
Last year for the 2019 4Runner models, the TRD Pro color choices available to buyers were Midnight Black Metallic, Voodoo Blue and Super White.
Pricing for 2020 4Runner TRD Pro
How does pricing compare for the refreshed 2020 4Runner TRD Pro versus the 2019 TRD Pro?
The 2020 TRD Pro has a factory MSRP of $49,765. This amount is $2,950 more than the 2019 TRD Pro, which has a base MSRP of $46,815.
The 2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro will receive a modest price increase as well, and it will be hitting dealerships this month.
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My thoughts and your thoughts on 2020 4Runner
This is not the year for a full redesign for the 2020 4Runner. There is strong buzz that it will be the 2022 4Runner model year when things will really get interesting.
However, the 2020 4Runner has a few really important upgrades that will keep drivers and passengers safer and also help with convenience and passenger satisfaction. I am especially thrilled that Toyota Safety Sense will be included on every 2020 4Runner.
What do you think of the 2020 4Runner updates and the TRD Pro? Will you check out the 2020? If you own a 4Runner, what year is it and how many miles?
You may also enjoy reading about the debate between buying a 2019 4Runner versus the 2020.
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