Toyota is adding two new SUVs this year, the full-size Sequoia and the midsize Highlander, so it is restructuring the 4Runner lineup so it doesnt overlap either of the newcomers.The midsize 4Runner is Toyotas most popular SUV, and this year it comes only with a V-6 engine and automat... Read Full Report
"Sometimes you feel like a truck, sometimes you don't." That's how Toyota division general manager Don Esmond explains why the Highlander sport-utility vehicle joins the 4Runner in the lineup for 2001. 4Runner is built off a pickup platform and as such acts more truck-like with firm ride and handling. Highlander is built off the Camry platform and behaves more like a ... Read full review for the 2001 Toyota 4Runner
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I have a 2001 with 117,000 with no problems and never heard of any other owners with ones either. just make sure you have the rear axle breather vents checked so there not blocked. mine were and force... Read Full Review
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