About This Vehicle
Rugged off-road capabilities; long-running and reliability; choice of V6 or V8 engine.
The Toyota 4Runner has no changes for 2007, but continues to offer a unique combination of Toyota dependability and off-road prowess.
The 2007 Toyota 4Runner is an SUV that is at home in the grocery store parking lot or rumbling down the trail to a mountain lake. Built on a truck frame, the 4Runner offers ground clearance and heavy-duty parts that allow it to go to locales other SUVs fear to tread. The V6 achieves 22 mpg on the highway, while the V8 is able to tow up to 7,300 pounds.
Unlike many mid-size SUVs, the truck-based 2007 Toyota 4Runner is designed to stray far from the tarmac. It has a ladder frame and a high ground clearance, and the V8 is equipped with both high and a low ranges. Two engines are available, with the base motor being a 236-horsepower 4.0L V6. A 4.7L all-aluminum V8 is optional. It uses double overhead camshafts, four vales per cylinder, variable...