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2017 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro | Complete Review | with Steve Hammes

The 2017 Toyota 4Runner is the vehicular equivalent of a multi-tool. On one hand, it’s a campout waiting to happen. If need be, it’s a boat-towing, trail-blazing, hill-climbing sport-utility with room for seven passengers (if so equipped), their tents, tables, barbeques, and supplies. On the other hand, it’s a comfortable, capacious, safe, and tech-filled commuter that’s right at home atop tight, pothole-riddled city streets. For over three decades, the 4Runner has been a true do-anything, carry-everything, body-on-frame SUV that enables its drivers to explore wherever they want, when they want. For 2017, the 4Runner’s endearing character and impressive ruggedness is massaged by the passionate team at Toyota Racing Development (TRD). Last year’s Trail and Trail Premium grades are now known as the TRD Off-Road and TRD Off-Road Premium, and join the ultimate off-roader in the lineup, the 4Runner TRD Pro. In addition to the a short list of exterior updates that include new badging and color options, within their cabins, the trio of TRD models feature a carbon fiber-patterned center console, with the TRD Off-Road grades getting unique “TRD Off-Road” floor mats. The TRD Off-Road Premium and TRD Pro add red “TRD” logos to their front seats’ headrests. Drivers of all TRD models have the full gamut of Toyota’s off-road driving technologies at their disposal.




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