With its new Trail Special Edition and unreleased accessories for its TRD Pro variant, the never-ending Toyota 4Runner catches up to its 2021 year / model for America. It is its 11th year in the international market.
Several new features are added to the Toyota 4Runner range in the United States with the arrival of the 2021 models. The new Trail Special Edition, Full LED lights throughout the range and several improvements in the TRD Pro complement the offering of this large SUV.
For starters, the 4Runner TRD Pro gets the new Lunar Rock body tone, black TRD alloy wheels with Nitto Terra Grappler tires and most importantly: new 2.5-inch Fox shocks, re-tuned for better off-road performance on any type of terrain.
Likewise, they are complemented by TRD coil springs that produce an elevation of close to 2.5 cm in the most demanding sections. At the rear, these new shock absorbers incorporate 'piggyback' type deposits that facilitate the response of the SUV no matter where it must circulate.
Based on the SR5 trim level and available in RWD or 4WD versions, the limited-series 2021 Toyota 4Runner Trail has a special focus on enjoying the great outdoors. It incorporates black body protectors, black leather seats with tan stitching and rubber floor mats to retain exterior elements that may remain on the occupants' feet.
As special accessories, this model features dark gray TRD Off-Road wheels, a Yakima LoadWarrior roof rack, and inside a sliding cargo tray and a custom 40-quart cooler with various elements for easy transport and use. in any outdoor situation.
Toyota 2021 4Runner Trail Special Edition's price ranges from $38,565 for the 4 × 2 version to nearly $43K, as ours was specced.
It's a 4Runner!
Easy to drive/maneuver for its size
Ancient feel might dissuade some potential buyers
Lack of memory and heated seats
Engine: 4.0L V6
Power: 270 hp
Torque: 278 lb/ft
Transmission: 5-Speed Automatic
Curb Weight: 4,675 lbs
Fuel Economy: 16/19/17
Base Price: $38,565 Price as Tested: $42,870