Explore the New Toyota 4Runner

Explore the New Toyota 4Runner in a Head-to-Head Comparison with Popular Models from the Kia and Chevrolet Lineups

When it comes to the Toyota 4Runner, there's a lot to discover underneath the hood and inside the cozy cabin. Here at Ciocca Toyota of Williamsport, we're happy to showcase the capability of this impressive Toyota SUV with Toyota Safety Sense™ driver assistance features and top-of-the-line infotainment setups. The 4Runner provides the maximum level of comfort and performance when you get behind the wheel for any drive.

Want to see how the new Toyota 4Runner stacks up against the competition? See how it compares to models like the Kia Telluride and Chevy Blazer. We look forward to cross-referencing these models and showing you the best one for your lifestyle.

Toyota 4Runner vs. Kia Telluride

Under the hood, both models impress with a standard V6. The Toyota 4Runner comes equipped with a 4.0-liter V6 that delivers 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque. When compared to the Telluride's 3.8-liter V6, which offers 291 horsepower and 262 pound-feet, respectively, the 4Runner is the option to go with if you want more power for your drive.

Stopping for fuel on your next weekend trip can be a hassle, especially when you want to get to the camping site as soon as possible. While the Telluride has a slightly better EPA-estimated fuel economy, the 4Runner makes up for it with a larger gas tank. The Toyota SUV provides room for up to 23 gallons compared to the Telluride's 18.8 gallons.

If you're looking to load up and get away for a week at a time, the new 4Runner has all the room you need. Thanks to easily foldable second and third-row seats, the Toyota SUV enjoys up to 89.7 cubic feet of storage space in five-seat models and up to 88.8 cubic feet in seven-seat models. While the Kia Telluride can certainly offer more seating space for its passengers, it can only manage a maximum of 87 cubic feet of cargo area, limiting what you bring on your next drive.

Toyota 4Runner vs. Chevy Blazer

When it comes to power and performance, the base Toyota 4Runner puts the standard Chevy Blazer to shame. The 4Runner's 4.0-liter V6 provides 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet - plenty of power to handle any daily commute or weekend adventure. The Blazer lineup offers several engine options, but the base model isn't nearly as powerful as the 4Runner's powertrain. The Chevy Blazer comes standard with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, delivering 193 horsepower and 188 pound-feet of torque. Only by upgrading to the 3.6-liter V6 can the Chevy Blazer produce similar numbers.

While the 4Runner is a large SUV option, that doesn't mean it won't come without its fair share of driver assistance features. The lineup is standard with Toyota Safety Sense™, which offers features like a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beams, and Dynamic Cruise Control. With the Blazer, you get a similar package called Chevy Safety Assist, which offers many of the same features. However, the Chevy Blazer doesn't come standard with the safety package - you'll need to spend more on higher trim levels to enjoy the benefits.

The Toyota 4Runner offers seating for up to seven passengers, allowing you to bring even more along for the ride. The Blazer is only meant as a five-seat SUV, which means you'll have less room for yourself and your passengers. The 4Runner lineup also offers up to 89.7 cubic feet of storage space, which is 25 more cubic feet than in the Chevy Blazer.

Swing by our Muncy Dealership to Check out the Toyota 4Runner

There are many ways the Toyota 4Runner comes out ahead of the competition. If you would like to see the new 4Runner in person and explore what it is capable of, swing by Ciocca Toyota of Williamsport, and we'll help you get started.

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