Toyota 4Runner MPG

Before you set out to own a Toyota 4Runner, the first thing you need to do is check its MPG ratings. It makes sense to look at the vehicle’s MPG ratings, and then, after factoring in its powertrain and performance, you can make a more informed decision.

MPG ratings work in a particular manner. They tell you how much mileage you are going to get from your 4Runner per gallon of fuel. They also inform you about the fuel efficiency of your Toyota 4Runner. One look at the 4Runner MPG ratings, and you will realize that its city ratings are only slightly lower than its highway ratings. The reason why city MPG ratings are lower is that when driving in the city, you will have to brake and stop often, and this harms the vehicle’s MPG ratings.

Depending on the trim level, you are going to get different MPG ratings, though overall, there are only very minute differences in MPG ratings for different trim levels.

Toyota SR5

This two-by-four Toyota delivers 17 MPG in the city and 21 MPG on the highway. The combined MPG for the 2x4 trim is 18 MPG. The 4x4 trim, on the other hand, delivers the same 17 MPG in the city and 20 MPG on the highway. It delivers 18 MPG combined. The fuel economy figures for the other trims are virtually the same as for the Toyota SR5. These fuel ratings come as a welcome surprise, as this Toyota is an SUV that is built to handle the most challenging off-road conditions. The 4Runner handles rough terrains with aplomb. In addition, it also comes with a third row of seats, which increases its seating capacity. Overall, it can tow up to five thousand pounds of weight and handles itself impressively in off-road conditions. 

Now that you know the 4Runner MPG ratings, go ahead and visit our Deacon Jones Toyota dealership in Clinton, NC. We also serve customers from the cities of Fayetteville, Benson, and Goldsboro. This dealership is dedicated to helping you choose the perfect trim for your needs and budget.

Source: Toyota