2014 Toyota 4runner Interior and Picture
2014 Toyota 4runner comes with construction continues with the construction of a body-on-frame and is powered by a 270-hp, 4.0-liter V-6. This car is suitable for fans of off-road vehicles. Toyota 4Runner comes with strong exterior and comfortable interior. Improvement in 2014 Toyota 4Runner interior adds comfort and convenience without sacrificing capability and performance characteristics are very good value.
2014 Toyota 4runner Picture
A variety of comfort features and versatile seating configuration provides 2014 toyota 4runner with lots of passenger comfort and utility. Fold-flat second-row seats provide a level load floor in the 4Runner, and no need to remove the headrests to fold the seats flat. The available third-row seats split 50/50 and folds flat. Seats can be folded from the side or in the rear, using separate one-touch levers. With this arrangement, more cargo space is available without removing seats, and longer items can be easily done.
A Smart Key system featuring keyless entry with push-button start is standard on Limited grade. This system allows the driver to unlock or start vehicle by carrying the keyless remote. Cargo door window has jam control, like the moonroof and power side windows.
Estimated fuel economy 17/23 mpg for the rear-drive models, and 17/22 mpg for the version of the four-wheel-drive. V-6 SR5 models are offered with either rear-wheel drive or part-time system of four-wheel-drive, while the Trail models are only offered with 4WD system, the control overhead. Limited models get a full-time four-wheel-drive system separate more street oriented. The Limited gets standard 20-inch wheels and tires, while the other models come equipped with 17-inchers.
2014 Toyota 4runner Interior
The interior space is where you might start to see some of the shortcomings of the traditional layout of body-on-frame 4Runner versus models like the Ford Explorer or Dodge Durango. Simply put, while the 4Runner has been intelligently designed seating and comfortable enough for long highway trips, it was not enough for some of these alternatives in terms of cargo space or flexibility, because her body is narrow and the floor is rather high. Front seat looks and feels great with perforated-leather seats available, and they are wide and supportive, enough to fit a variety of sizes. Second row adjusts for rake (lie 16 degrees in four stops), and adult-sized occupants will also feel at home, thanks to the contouring cushion bench seat that goes beyond rigid in some rivals. As for the third row, it’s hard to get back there, so leave it to the (small) children, but only offered on more models in the street-oriented, rather than on the issue of the Trail.