Boxy SUVs have been all the hype, for they look big and brawny and are muscular in their build. The 2015 Toyota 4Runner aptly fits into the definition and extends its likability by being a practical SUV that rides as smoothly off the roads as it does on highways. It is commodious, spacious, and has ample cargo capacity. The current iteration sees the introduction of an off-road-focused TRD Pro trim into the lineup.
The 2015 4Runner gets a starting price of $33,210 for its base variant. However, everything that Toyota offers with the SUV comes at a relatively higher price than its competitors. It also suffers from poor fuel economy and cramped rear seats. But how does the SUV fair against its rivals like the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ford Explorer, let’s find out.