Kelley Blue Book Value®
$29,010 - $45,254
Used Fair Market Range
Crash Test Rating
Source NHTSA
MPG (up to)
17 City / 20 HWY
Horsepower
270
Seats
5-7
Front passenger 3/4 w/ wheels turned.
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Kelley Blue Book Value®
$29,010 - $45,254
Used Fair Market Range
Crash Test Rating
Source NHTSA
MPG (up to)
17 City / 20 HWY
Horsepower
270
Seats
5-7

Expert Review

By Kelley Blue Book Editorial Staff

3.1 Overall Score
Performance 3.2 Comfort 3.2 Styling 3.4 Value 3.3

Editor's Overview

In a world of car-based Sport Utility Vehicles, the 2017 Toyota 4Runner reminds us of what a true, body-on-frame SUV looks like. Sure, the 4Runner isn’t as refined as a Nissan Pathfinder...

2017 Toyota 4Runner Owner Reviews

4.74
153 Reviews
76% 21% 3% 2 star 0% 1 star 0%
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The Toyota 4runner has great spacious cargo capacity. Easy seat adjustment.

It is a big SUV with a lot of capacity which was important to me because I love flea markets. It sits on a truck chassis but is a pretty smooth ride. The vehicle feels "tight". I love the power driver's seat because I am on the short side but I can adjust the seat to where I feel in control of the vehicle. I like the fact that the passenger window is an automatic rising like the driver's window. The cargo space seats are relatively easy to put down. My vehicle came equipped with rubber floor mats including the back cargo area. I got the charcoal gray which I still really like even a year later. My complainants are minor. I wish the back up camera/GPS was located closer to the drivers front view. I find it distracting to look over to my right and my sighting. In addition, in the middle of the day the sun hits the screen and you cannot see anything. That is a big problem for me. Some kind of small canopy over the screen would have resolved this issue. Another issue, I do not like the four wheel drive being on the console. I would have preferred it on the dash for two reasons. One, I would prefer having the extra cup holder and second - again I have to look down and to my right. Last complaint, car was just about a year old and I needed front end breaks. This ended up costing me about $300. Pricey. I cannot wait to see what new tires is going to run me.

- Gail C

Overall, very reliable Toyota lives up to its reputation.

2017 Toyota 4runner has been reliable with over 28,000 miles already. This is our second purchase. The first was a 2008 4runner, both sr5 models. The 2017 has a more rugged look. Some features that were changed, the headrest has fewer adjustments, the controls for heat/cooling system are knobs which takes your focus off the road, the scout navigation GPS program is not reliable. I use my smartphone for google maps, more accurate. Too bad for a newer vehicle/cost of the this the navigation could have been more up to date. Came with standard floor liners throughout, which I like for New England living. The headrests in the backseat partially block the view of rear window. Cabin has plenty of space and came with extra 120v ports for electricity if needed. 4wd shifts easily back and forth from driver's seat control. Seats are comfortable, good lumbar support.

- Ann R

Reliable tough and comfortable

I have had several Toyota's and this is my second 4runner. This is a car that is reliable economical and fun to drive. I have the 4wd because we go off road. It is easy to change to 4wd. It has high ground clearance. Interior seats are very roomy and comfortable. Plenty of legroom. Great visibility in the backup camera and great warning devices all around the car. It has heated and cooled front seats which really helps in extreme weather. It's cargo area is larger than many SUV. Great for travel and equipment needs. Comfortable to drive with excellent visibility. Despite being powerful like a truck the 4Runner is easy to steer. The radio is average with an acceptable built in GPS and CD player. Toyota financing was actually pretty good but I went with my credit union. All the Toyota's I have owned have worn well and not required lots of repairs.

- Mary J

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Key Specs

Overview

Kelley Blue Book Value

Kelley Blue Book
$29,010 - $34,249
$39,187 - $45,254

Horsepower

Horsepower
270 hp
270 hp

Bluetooth

Bluetooth
Optional

BackUp Camera

BackUp Camera

Engine Type

Engine Type
4.0L V6 DOHC SMPI
4.0L V6 DOHC SMPI
Interior Features

Convenience & Comfort

Alarm

Alarm

BackUp Camera

BackUp Camera

Keyless Entry

Keyless Entry

Universal Garage Door Opener

Universal Garage Door Opener

Heated Mirrors

Heated Mirrors

Power Mirrors

Power Mirrors

Steering Wheel Controls

Steering Wheel Controls

Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Power Windows

Power Windows

Rear Defrost

Rear Defrost

Privacy Glass

Privacy Glass

Power Steering

Power Steering

Dimensions

Front Leg Room

Front Leg Room
41.7 in.
41.7 in.

Front Head Room

Front Head Room
39.3 in.
39.3 in.

Rear Leg Room

Rear Leg Room
32.9 in.
32.9 in.

Second Head Room

Second Head Room
38.6 in.
38.6 in.

Entertainment

Bluetooth

Bluetooth
Optional

MP3 Player

MP3 Player

Satellite Radio

Satellite Radio

Smart Device Integration

Smart Device Integration
Optional

AUX Input

AUX Input

CD Player

CD Player

Navigation & Communication

Navigation System

Navigation System
Optional

Seats

Passengers

Passengers
5 - 7
5

Power Driver Seat

Power Driver Seat

Power Passenger Seat

Power Passenger Seat

Heated Front Seats

Heated Front Seats

3rd Row Seating

3rd Row Seating
Optional

Pass Through Rear Seat

Pass Through Rear Seat

Driver Lumbar

Driver Lumbar
Exterior Features

Accessories

Standard Wheels

Standard Wheels
Aluminum

Rear Spoiler

Rear Spoiler

Running Boards

Running Boards
Optional
Optional

Dimensions

Tire Width

Tire Width
265
Not Available

Wheelbase

Wheelbase
109.8 in.
109.8 in.

Turning Radius

Turning Radius
37.4 ft.
37.4 ft.

Width

Width
75.8 in.
75.8 in.
Mechanical Specs

Engine & Performance

Horsepower

Horsepower
270 hp
270 hp

Torque

Torque
278 ft. lbs.
278 ft. lbs.

Maximum Towing Capacity

Maximum Towing Capacity
5000 lbs.
5000 lbs.

Maximum Tongue Weight

Maximum Tongue Weight
500 lbs.
500 lbs.

4wheel Disc Brakes

4wheel Disc Brakes

Limited Slip Differential

Limited Slip Differential

Engine Cylinders

Engine Cylinders
V6 Cylinder
V6 Cylinder

Drivetrain

Drivetrain
4 Wheel Drive

Fuel

Fuel Capacity

Fuel Capacity
23 gal.
23 gal.

Combined

Combined
19 mpg
19 mpg

City

City
17 mpg
17 mpg

Highway

Highway
20 - 21 mpg
20 mpg

Transmission

Manual Mode

Manual Mode
Safety Features

Features

Spare Tire

Spare Tire
Conventional Spare Tire
Conventional Spare Tire

Tow Hooks

Tow Hooks

ABS Brakes

ABS Brakes

Automatic Headlights

Automatic Headlights

Tire Pressure Monitor System

Tire Pressure Monitor System

Child Safety Locks

Child Safety Locks

Stability Control

Stability Control

Traction Control

Traction Control

Assistance

Automated Emergency Braking

Automated Emergency Braking

Air Bags

Driver Airbag

Driver Airbag

Passenger Airbag

Passenger Airbag

Front Side Airbag

Front Side Airbag

Front Head Airbag

Front Head Airbag
Optional

Rear Head Airbag

Rear Head Airbag
Optional

Passenger Airbag Sensor

Passenger Airbag Sensor

Knee Airbag

Knee Airbag

Safety & Reliability

NHTSA Crash Test
  • Front

  • Overall

  • Rollover

  • Side

*National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

IIHS Crash Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front

  • Side

  • Roof Strength

  • Driver-side Overlap Front

*Insurance Institute for Highway Safety