With Toyota sending us the 4 Runner TRD PRO to test for a week, we have now had seat time in all their currently available off-roaders. The 4 Runner still uses the 4.0 V6 and 5 speed auto, which uses a little more fuel and isn’t as refined as some newer offerings, but that didn’t matter once we left the pavement. In our opinion, the 4 Runner TRD PRO is the best Toyota for all types of off-road terrain. Scroll to the bottom to get our take on the other TRD PRO Vehicles.
The 4 Runner TRD PRO starts at $49,765 and the upgrades to our test model were:
Sliding rear cargo deck ($350)
Running boards ($345)
Cargo divider ($149)
Door edge guards ($79)
Blackout emblem overlays ($160)
Cargo cover ($170)
Including destination the total MSRP for our tester was $52,147.
4 Runner TRD Pro Review
4 Runner TRD PRO Off-Road Testing
We’ve now had the opportunity to test all of Toyota’s off-road lineup. Check out our other reviews on Toyota’s top trim off-roaders, see our 1 sentence review and link to full stories below.
Ultimate off-road family hauler: 2020 Sequoia TRD PRO
Smoothing out the bumps for the working outdoorsmen: 2020 Tundra TRD PRO
It’s best when leaving the pavement: 2020 Tacoma TRD PRO
Best longevity and durability: 2020 Land Cruiser
Rav 4 TRD Off-Road
The soft-roader: 2020 Rav4 TRD Off-Road
Matthew Barnes is an experienced towing expert. He works as a mechanical engineer and his day job involves testing a variety of vehicles while towing trailers of all types and sizes. Matt shares his knowledge by writing for automotive news outlets in the evenings. When he’s not working he can be found spending time in the great outdoors with his family. He enjoys camping, hiking, canyoneering, and backpacking. Whenever possible he spends time riding in or on any power sports vehicle he can find and claims he can drive anything with a motor, which probably isn’t true.