If you're looking for a rugged off-roader that can take you up rough terrain and still get you to Plant City and Brandon with ease and grace, you've found it in the 2015 Toyota 4Runner. This versatile SUV is a family hauler, a road-trip tower and a get down and dirty truck all in one. The courteous staff at Lakeland Toyota in Lakeland, FL, invite you down to our dealership to check out this amazing SUV. Then get ready to take it on the road or off, because you'll be parking a 2015 Toyota 4Runner in your garage tonight!
Let's see how the 2015 Toyota 4Runner holds its own against the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
The reason Toyota can offer such an amazing warranty is because it builds its cars with confidence and expects them to be reliable and hassle-free, like the 2015 Toyota 4Runner. You'll get a basic warranty of 3-years/36,000 miles, and the same is true for the Wrangler Unlimited. But where the 2015 4Runner really excels is with its 2 year/25,000 mile free maintenance coverage, including scheduled maintenance and oil changes. The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited will cost you out of pocket in that regard because they don't offer any such coverage.
There's no real contest here when it comes to transporting passengers, especially if you have a large family. The 2015 4Runner is normally a 5-seater but has the capacity to seat 7 with optional 3rd row seating in the SR5 and Limited trims. By contrast, the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited can only seat 4. Plus, the 4Runner offers much more room for gear and groceries, with 47.2 cubic feet of cargo room with all seats up vs. the Wrangler Unlimited's unbelievably small 12.8 cubic feet. With all seats down (to the first row) the 4Runner has a whopping 89.7 cubic feet of volume vs. the Wrangler's 55 cubic feet, See what we mean when we said it's no contest?
You'll want to know you have plenty of power to go off-roading (or on-roading), and the 2015 Toyota 4 Runner delivers with its 4.0L V6 engine generating 270 horsepower and 278 lb-ft of torque. By comparison, you get a 3.6L V6 with 285 hp but only 260 lb-ft of torque.