Toyota Reveals Pricing for 2011 4Runner
Say goodbye to the 4Runner SR5 four-cylinder - Toyota has decided to discontinue it on the 2011 model (which now makes the SR5 V6 two-wheel drive the base model).
Base price on the V6 will be $29,525 - up $350 over last year (not included is the destination fee of $810.)
Top trim Limited V6 models (both two- and four-wheel drive) are down $115 from last year, at $37,670 and $39,685 respectively.
Finally, the Trail V6 4WD is up $105 ($35,805).
There are no significant incentives on the 2010 models. But dealerships wanting to make room for the 2011s might come down in price.
Also, this may be your last chance to get the 4Runner with a four-cylinder engine. It is about $2,000 less than the 2011 SR5, but its fuel economy wasn't any better than the V6 models, and it has significantly less power.
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- Gregg Fidan
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