2007 Toyota 4Runner
There are 5 user reviews for the Limited 4X4 V6 trim shown below
- Comfortabl ride, good safety features
I am very happy with my 4-Runner. My model is the Limited 4wd 6cyl.
It is a very comfortable car for long trips and it has plenty of storage space. My fuel mileage is about 22mpg for these long highway trips. I consider this good mileage for a car this size. I have a leather interior and the seats are extrely comfortable. My wife enjoys her heated seat. I frequently travel in the Northeast and the car inspires confiderce in snowy weather. All in all, I think the 4-Runner is a good choice if you need an SUV....read morehide
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- Gas guzzler, high price for its value, rattles, weak brakes, hard ride & seats!
- Plenty of cons, see above, quality is down really!
The 4Runner used to be a better car than what it is nowadays of mass production, just to cope with the demand. The losers will always be the end user, which are the owners or future owners. The warranty is too short because they cannot guarrantee its own product to last longer. Don't fret about it and try the Mitsubishi Endeavor from $27,000 to $30,000 with 3.8L V6 225HP getting 17/23MPG or the Montero (if available) for $36,000 16/19MPG with3.8L V6 engine and heavily loaded with features....read morehide
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- 24.5mpg not bad, lacks responsivness
- for a 4x4 prtty smooth
very disapointed, bought to tow my boat when needed, this v6 cant compare to the volvo 5cylinder in towing or performance,its not for this altitude for sure, 7200ft,could be better comfort wise, tiring on long trips.have to remember this is a truck on a frame.one other point any grade it will down shift, and not very smoothly...read morehide
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- Power, Smooth Ride and Comfortable Seats
- Blind Spots,Cheap Plastic Fixtures,Window/Door Locks/Gas Release Buttons placed in inconvenient spot
I was going to trade my 2002 Toyota Limited 4-Runner for a 2007. I test drove the new model and loved the power and smooth ride on the highway. However, when I tried to change lanes, (instead of using the mirrors, I like to turn my head and look back) and I faced blind spots on both the left and right side of the vehicle. Instead of seeing glass, the medal window frame was blocking my view of the cars in the other lanes. Also while I was backing up, I was distracted by the backseat headrests. I removed them and still couldn't see that well out the back window! I feel like I am in a tomb. I noticed the inside has a lot of cheap plastic fixtures. The cup holder is so wide, your can of soda will certainly tip over when you turn the corners. The Window/Door Locks/ Gas Release Buttons are all in inconvenient spots and I also noticed there are way too many buttons on the dash board for just to turn on air conditioner or heat. I've decided to keep my 2002 vehicle and will wait for the 2008 model. Hopefully, Toyota will fix these problems (especially the blind spots) or else I will have to look into some other type of vehicle....read morehide
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- Toyota name!
- Too pricey, rough ride, seat uncomfortable, small interior, lack power!
I chose the 4Runner because I wanted a SUV and because it is a Toyota. Now I truly regret the purchase because as I drive it everyday to work, the following concerns turns out; the price is not worth the car, ride is rough, seats are uncomfortable, lacks the power to get up and go, small third seat for adults, maybe for 6 year old child. I would try to scout around to trade this in and look for a better replacement because I cannot wait for 5 years until this is paid off. The service is also expensive, probably because of it's name....read morehide
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