I bought a 2021 Toyota 4Runner!



Yes, we bought a new vehicle for the show. In this video you’ll get an introduction to why we picked this particular 2021 Toyota 4Runner and why we went for this versus the new Ford Bronco, a Jeep Rubicon or even a Subaru Outback. Plus, we show off a new test location and put the 4Runner through its paces.

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CONTENTS
00:00 – Introduction
06:53 – Driving
11:59 – Off-Road

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40 thoughts on “I bought a 2021 Toyota 4Runner!”

  1. I'd take physical keys over push start any day of the week. Thieves steal these cars my stealing your keys signal from your home all the time.

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  2. Bottom line is you bought the most proven SUV on the market that is also one of the most long lasting and reliable on the road today!!!

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  3. I loved my 2019 4R Limited. Can't believe I got rid of it, but my replacement (a Winnebago Revel) was a whole level of life changing vehicle..:)

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  4. Looks like Elbe Hills to me. Those tires are highly underrated. As you just proved here, they can even even tackle some off camber muddy terrain. (with the 4WD aids)

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  5. the interior looks like its from 2012, absurd. The LR Defender blows this thing out of the water its not even funny. How did this not make your shortlist?

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  6. The seats are all the literally the same, interior isn't "substantially" different across trims unless you like fabric stitching or stick on carbon overlays. Crawl control and MTS on TRD/PRO is the only significant difference with lever 4wd shifter. My 2022 SR5P has front/side cameras, radar cruise, TSS. I have aftermarket suspension and upgrades which for the price difference still comes below a TRD msrp. If you're buying a 4R, and modding SR5P/ORP is the way to go.

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  7. If the next gen gets mid-20s mpg and has a full-time 4wd option on TRD trims, my next vehicle choice will be easy.

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  8. I tried to order a 4RUNNER with the same specs… however, my local dealers all wanted MSRP + $2K markup + $845 "processing fee"…. any dealers out there that can order this at strictly MSRP?

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  9. How is the comfort for long trips in the 4Runner? I have a 2021 Tacoma TRD OR and can’t seem to find a comfortable driving position for road trips. If the 4Runner is more comfortable, I may be inclined to switch over

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  10. Would be interesting to do a comparison of a 4Runner with KDSS and one without KDSS comparing on road handling/body roll and articulation off road. I have a 2021 4Runner Venture with KDSS in the Bay Area if you're ever in NorCal.

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  11. My son and I play a game whenever we go driving somewhere. We guess then number and then count the number 4Runners we see. The number is always surprising. There's a reason they're ubiquitous.

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  12. I wonder why the second row seats fold down differently than others. So many configurations I just want one where the seat backs fold flat without lifting the bottoms

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  13. I just bought a 2021 4Runner Off-road premium in Barcelona red! Such a gorgeous vehicle, I’ll take “outdated” any day if that’s what the 4Runner is

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