When you picture a vehicle towing something behind it, there’s a pretty good chance that the vehicle you’re picturing is a pickup truck. Trucks, regardless of size or duty, are associated with towing much more often than other segments, despite the fact that a multitude of other vehicle types are quite capable of trailering. If you’re not in the market for a pickup truck but are looking for a vehicle that can trailer, then you might be interested in finding out exactly how much a vehicle like the 2018 Toyota 4Runner can tow. Well, we’ve got you covered!
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|SR5 Premium||FWD/AWD||5,000 lbs.|
|TRD Off-Road||AWD||5,000 lbs.|
|TRD Off-Road Premium||AWD||5,000 lbs.|
|TRD Pro||AWD||5,000 lbs.|
We were expecting things to fluctuate a bit depending on trim level, but the nice thing that we’ve learned with this information is that regardless of the drive system or trim level, you’ll always be able to tow up to 5,000 pounds when driving a 2018 Toyota 4Runner. That’s quite a bit more than other crossovers and utility vehicles, though it’s not quite as much as many pickup trucks. However, it is more than some pickup trucks can tow without the trailering package.
If you’re interested in a 2018 Toyota 4Runner of your own, be sure to get in touch with us right here at Go Toyota on the Trail.