How Much Does a Fully Loaded 2023 Toyota 4Runner Cost?

The 2023 Toyota 4Runner is nearly here, and it’s a big year for the popular model. 2023 marks the 40th anniversary of the 4Runner. There’s a reason that the Toyota SUV has remained so popular for decades. It has a rugged and versatile style. It’s also extremely functional. Here’s what’s known about the upcoming 2023 Toyota 4Runner, as well as how much it will cost and what that price includes.

A white 2023 Toyota 4Runner Anniversary Edition driving up a hill.
2023 Toyota 4Runner Anniversary Edition | Toyota

How much does the 2023 Toyota 4Runner cost?

A white 2023 Toyota 4Runner followed by a 1983 4Runner.
2023 Toyota 4Runner | Toyota

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The 2023 Toyota 4Runner price starts at $39,640, according to Car and Driver. You’ll get a 4.0-liter V6 engine that’s capable of 270 hp in the 4Runner. This is matched to a five-speed automatic transmission. While this is fairly powerful, it’s not exactly fuel efficient, and Car and Driver notes that compared to other similar models out there, the new Toyota 4Runner‘s engine is “a relic.” It gets just 16 mpg in the city and only 19 mpg on the highway. These are pretty dismal numbers, especially with gas prices being as high as they are right now.

The 2023 Toyota 4Runner is a versatile SUV, and that’s apparent in its interior. While it’s a very basic SUV, it can come with three rows. Still, like many SUVs, the 4Runner’s third row is tight and probably not a great fit for adults. Yet it does have plenty of storage space.

The Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro is the most expensive 4Runner

The interior of the 2023 Toyota 4Runner.
2023 Toyota 4Runner | Toyota

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Maybe you just absolutely love the Toyota 4Runner so much that you want to get everything you can in it. If that’s the case, you might be interested in the 2023 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro. Pricing for the 4Runner TRD Pro starts at $54,605. It’s a considerable amount over the base model 4Runner, but you’ll get a lot in it, too. Don’t confuse it with the TRD Pro Off-Road, which starts at just $43,485, and is the model recommended by Car and Driver.

Every 2023 Toyota 4Runner comes with an 8.0-inch infotainment screen that’s compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also has a Wi-Fi hot spot, though you have to subscribe to it. The 2022 Toyota 4Runner also has a navigation system and 15-speaker premium sound system, so it’s likely that the 2023 model will, too.

Toyota is releasing a special Anniversary Edition 4Runner

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Because the 2023 Toyota 4Runner will be the 40th year that the popular SUV has been in production, Toyota is releasing a special Anniversary Edition 4Runner. Of course, there won’t be endless amounts of these uniquely-styled 4Runners available. Toyota is only producing 4,040 2023 Toyota 4Runner Anniversary Edition models, a fitting number to mark the occasion.

The Anniversary Edition Toyota 4Runner can come in three colors, according to Toyota. These include White, Midnight Black, and Barcelona Red Metallic. The Anniversary Edition with also have 17-inch bronze wheels, a body-colored TOYOTA grille, and a 40th Anniversary badge on the rear.

While the 2023 Toyota 4Runner may be somewhat outdated compared to other midsize models, it’s likely that it will still be a popular SUV. It’s versatile and capable of off-roading as well as handling the roads, though it won’t necessarily do either efficiently. If you’re excited about the 2023 4Runner, you won’t have too long to wait – it’s expected to go on sale in the fall of 2022.

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