2018 Toyota 4Runner consumer reviews

$34,810–$36,685 MSRP range
side view of 2018 4Runner Toyota
96% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 4.9
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My 2018 4 Runner is everything I wanted in a SUV.

A previously drove a Ford Explorer and bought a new 4 Runner. The exterior is beautiful but also sporty. The interior is perfect for me and my 2 dogs. We’ve gone on a few road trips and couldn’t be happier with our new SUV.


Nice Ride, smooth shifts, and comfortable seating

4Runner has all the room needed for two adults and two car seats. Safe dependable vehicle for our family. Very comfortable interior, and provides a nice ride. Also provides ample cargo space.


like that is very snappy on take off

I can see real well out the back window as the seats go up electronic and the wiper goes out of sight when off. lots of leg room for passengers. Using the mirrors it is very easy to back it up.


Very Reliable Truck

The car meets all of my needs. Very sturdy and holds its value extremely well. Its like the feel of having a truck but the luxury of an SUV.



Vehicle is solid, rides well, getting 18.5 MPG which is almost 3MPG better than my previous vehicle (sequoia). Size takes some getting used to. So MUCH SMALLER THAN larger SUV. Plenty of giddy up, sound system is nice and the back up camera is awesome.


4Runners are the best

I love my 4Runner. My last one have over 200k miles and almost no maintenance issues. This one seems to be the identical sequel. It goes everywhere I need to go and meets all of my outdoor activity needs.


I feel safer in this vehicle than any I have owned

I just purchased this vehicle and love it. It's very spacious and comfortable inside. It's a large vehicle and for the size it rides great. I feel very safe in this vehicle because of the size and how well it handles.


Most useful SUV I have owned.

I purchased a Toyota 4runner as it appears to bebthe last real SUV sold in the USA. It can tow 5000 lbs. and comes standard with hitch and trailer electrical hookups. I have read complaints from people that it is too soft and leans when turnib. It is not a race car folks. If you want Indy car handing buy a sports car. The vehicle is very functional with great ground clearance, large cargo compartment, great interior seating, yes it has available third row seating. My SR5 has part-time 4-wheel drive, when you need it. Unless you live in a desert and drive in sand all day wny would you need full-time. With the part-time 4-wheel drive my mileage has been over 20 mpg at expressway speeds. Very acceptable for a 4700 pound vehicle.


Bought this vehicle for reliability

Went from an F150 the ride on the 4 Runner is a stiffer one which was expected, but I like having more room in my garage


Great vehicle!!!

I traded in a full size Titan pro4x for this SUV. I’m glad I did. I now have a smaller footprint and better gas mileage than I had before. It’s also more capable off road due to it being smaller and having the off road control suite it has. There’s nothing under 50 k I’d rather own.