2019 Toyota 4Runner in Milford, CT
The differences between a model like the 2019 Toyota 4Runner in Milford, CT and the rest of the SUVs available at the Colonial Toyota showroom are important distinctions to make. Most of the options available in our showroom fall under the crossover SUV umbrella, which makes them great for commuting and running daily errands, but they don’t have the off-road capability historically seen in the 4Runner. Buyers who are looking for something that will take them just about anywhere they want to go, will want to pay particular to the 2019 Toyota 4Runner. The rugged body-on-frame 4Runner has everything an owner needs to drive through the toughest terrain in addition to impressive cargo-hauling dimensions. Customers can schedule a test drive with the 2019 Toyota 4Runner in Milford, CT today by calling, 203-403-6890.
For the new model year, Toyota has done quite a bit to add a bit of exterior aesthetic refinement to the 2019 4Runner. The automaker had added new Fox shock absorbers to the TRD Pro trim grade as well as an upgraded skid plate and roof rack. Additionally, the 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro also makes a JBL Premium Audio system and a sunroof available as well. Potential buyers who are looking for something really special will want to inquire about the limited-run Nightshade Edition accessory package for the Limited trim. Toyota is applying a set of blacked-out elements including black chrome moldings on the grille as well as a black chrome exhaust tip. There are also several blacked out interior accents on the steering wheel, center gauge cluster and center stack.
The 2019 Toyota 4Runner retains the same proven powertrain that it has used for several years. Under the hood of all trim grades is a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter, V-6 engine that is attached to a five-speed automatic transmission. It will make 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque. Owners will be able to tow up to 5,000 pounds with the 2019 4Runner.
All versions of the 2019 4Runner can easily handle mud, sand and snow. Customers will be able to choose two-wheel-drive models with Automatic Limited Slip Differential as well as part-time four-wheel-drive. The latter of the two drivetrains is equipped with a two-speed transfer case with low-gear for maximum traction.
Getting out in nature isn’t much good if the proper gear can’t be taken along. When the 2019 4Runner is using second-row seating, there is 47.2 cubic-feet of cargo volume to use. However, when the interior is properly configured, that space can be easily expanded 89.7 cubic-feet. Power outlets are standard equipment.