2022 Toyota 4Runner vs 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The Jeep Grand Cherokee seems to be a value for money but when it comes to the buyers who don’t take off-roads too seriously. Grand Cherokee pumps out greater power but lacks off-road capabilities when compared to 4Runner. Furthermore, 4Runner gets better towing capacity and far more cargo-carrying capacity than the Grand Cherokee.
However, the engine under the hood of 4Runner is thirstier than Grand Cherokee, making it less fuel-efficient. So for those who need serious off-roads shall doubtlessly opt 4Runner for its immense capabilities and rugged character. But for those who prefer practicality and efficiency, the Grand Cherokee from Jeep would be a satisfying buy.
2022 Toyota 4Runner vs 2021 Dodge Durango
The Dodge Durango is a premium and appealing choice in the segment. Offering immense tech inside the cabin, and some premium touches all around, Durango attracts buyers who prefer modernity. The Durango is cheaper but more powerful than the 4Runner.
The Durango has better towing capacity and competitive cargo space as well. Durango is far more efficient than the thirsty motor of 4Runner. But when it comes to practicality, 4Runner remains unbeatable. Apart from all these, the reliability front of Toyota remains untouched by any of its rivals, making it a compelling buy.
2022 Toyota 4Runner vs 2021 Ford Explorer
The Ford Explorer imposes a high level of competition to the 4Runner in every segment. Explorer is cheaper but far more powerful than the 4Runner. Explorer is the most fuel-efficient pick in the competition, far better than the 4Runner’s figures. The cabin is spacious and practical, thanks to the longer wheelbase.
The lower ground clearance shall pose problems, but the occupant-carrying capacity is 7 for the Explorer. Ford Explorer wins the ‘Top Safety Pick+’ award from the IIHS for being the best on the safety front. NHTSA's 4-star rating is the only asset with the 4Runner. However, Ford can’t touch the reliability assured by the Japanese Toyota.