2022 Toyota 4Runner Review | BIG Changes for 2022!



In this video I’ll go for a test drive & completely review the NEW 2022 Toyota 4Runner! I’ll test out acceleration, braking, steering feel, cargo space, rear legroom, sound system, exhaust clip & much more!

Big thanks to Younger Toyota in Hagerstown, MD for allowing me to check out the NEW 2022 Toyota 4Runner! For more information on their inventory please feel free to visit their website below.

www.YoungerToyota.com

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24 thoughts on “2022 Toyota 4Runner Review | BIG Changes for 2022!”

  1. bought a 2010 limited change the lights with a bumper mod only cost me $350, the trucks cost me $11k spent another $1700 4 a stage 2 and new wheels and rim set up look practiclly brand new with a shit ton of after market mods for less than $2500 total only 110k mi. barley even broken in avg 20 mpg. this 2022 is waste of money for the same amount of mpg. not worth it thats how dated these newer trucks r

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  2. My favorite thing about the 4Runner is the tailgate window. I had a 1995 Ford Bronco and those old Broncos had the same feature. I loved cruising with it down and it was great for quick access to the rear.

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  3. 13:32 what’s those two switch blanks there for? I guess you can add your own switches such as for controlling a winch and fog lights? They should have just built-in AUX switches like the new Bronco has.

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  4. Always the same comment with the Tacoma and the 4Runner, this is not meant for speed, yes it is slow. That is not what it is made for. That is the part that just makes me cringe, you drive another vehicle and wow. These, not really, not mean’t for that. It has a governor transmission that doesn’t let you zoom. That sucks!

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  5. Wish the 2022 had a power assist tailgate and a heated steering wheel. I can’t honestly say I like my 2020 4Runner more than the Jeep’s I’ve had.
    I might end up going back to my tried and true Jeep.

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  6. Thanks, but it’s still the same old design to me; waiting for the redesign for 2024.
    The model needs a refresh, with higher transmission gears to improve the MPG.

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  7. Thank you for your review! We just bought one (same color too!) and are so excited to get it after watching your video and reading the comments.

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  8. The '22 Toyota Safety Sense upgrades with panoramic view are a GAME CHANGER for the 4R. LED beams and extreme LED fog lights also truly light up the road compared to previous models. Limited trim SmartKey fob has REMOTE START already programmed in – no subscription service needed thru Toyota. Limited models have real leather-trimmed seats and not SofTex synthetics. Great review, GP!!

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  9. Great review – I've had two 4Runners in the last 22 years – my current one is a 2006 Limited with 286,000 miles. Still runs like a champ… I only wish Toyota would upgrade the fuel efficiency…

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