Advantages 2019 toyota 4runner body kit
- 1 Year Warranty.
- Canbus,no error led lights.
- 100% Brand New and tested.
- Easy installation, plug & play.
- Long life – typically lasting 50,000 hours.
- Vehicle specific and designed to fit like OEM.
- Low Power Consumption and Low Temperature.
- Give your vehicle a more modern interior appearance
Overview 2019 toyota 4runner body kit
Don’t call it a comeback—the 4Runner’s been here for years. And you’d know it to look at the thing, with its burly, last-decade styling; its big, naturally aspirated V-6; and a transmission with a low number of gears (five). The 2019 toyota 4runner body kit is so numb and wandering on paved surfaces that it’s best for drivers who spend much of their time off the beaten path.
Good thing, then, that it is built for off-roading. Buyers so inclined will be glad of its plastic-laden interior, because it’ll be easy to clean when mud inevitably makes its way inside.
Though missing plenty of modern creature comforts and the latest comprehensive driver-assistance tech that’s standard in so many other Toyotas, the 2019 toyota 4runner body kit is outfitted for rock crawling and dirt-track cruising like nothing else this side of a Jeep Wrangler.
Pricing 2019 toyota 4runner body kit
Choosing one of the 2019 toyota 4runner body kit off-road-oriented trims is a no-brainer, as it falls short of the competition in nearly every other metric. We’d choose the mid-level TRD Off-Road Premium ($41,040, a step up within the TRD Off-Road trim) for the best mix of off-road chops and creature comforts.
Standard features include part-time four-wheel drive, heated front seats, leatherette upholstery, and a locking rear differential with crawl mode.
2019 toyota 4runner body kit Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS), which increases suspension travel at low speeds, can improve stability on rocky terrain.
Other notable options include a sliding rear cargo deck, a power sunroof, and running boards, all of which can be bundled in various configurations.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The 2019 toyota 4runner body kit 4.0-liter V-6 engine and five-speed automatic transmission can team with either rear-, four-, or all-wheel drive. Entry-level SR5 models are rear-wheel drive, while all other trims except the tippity-top Limited model come with selectable, part-time four-wheel drive.
Those models have a manually selectable two-speed transfer case with a low-range setting. Limited models have full-time all-wheel drive with a Torsen center differential that can apportion torque to the front or rear wheels as necessary, depending on road conditions and which wheels have traction.
In our testing, the mid-level 4Runner TRD Off-Road model accelerated to 60 mph in 7.5 seconds, its old-school V-6 groaning along with a gruff exhaust note. Aged though the Toyota feels in action, its performance is right in the mix with its more modern competitors, including the V-6 Dodge Durango and turbocharged Hyundai Santa Fe Sport.
And the Toyota’s rugged frame and torque-rich engine give it a leg up in towing; its 5000-pound capacity beats the aforementioned Santa Fe Sport, as well as the Ford Edge and Jeep Wrangler, while falling short of the more powerful Dodge Durango’s 7400-pound limit.
The interior of the 2019 4Runner is not what you’d call state-of-the-art, with switchgear that could have come from the latter years of the last millennium. Lackluster materials and styling aside, the 4Runner manages to comfortably fit humans front and rear in spite of its back-of-the-class interior measurements. We haven’t tested the optional third row, but we suspect that, as with nearly every other third row on the market, it’s best for children.
Entune, Toyota’s touchscreen infotainment system, is standard in the 4Runner. It’s a simple, intuitive setup that responds quickly to user inputs but even for 2019 it lacks Android Auto or Apple CarPlay integration. A smattering of power points throughout the cabin will keep everyone plugged in, but we’d happily trade some of the 12-volt outlets for more USB ports.
A flexible cargo hold and several large, deep cubbies in the front row mean that the 4Runner is as versatile a hauler as it is a rock-crawler. Just don’t try to heave anything into the cargo hold unless you have a chiropractor on call—the floor of the cargo hold is uncomfortably high off the ground.
The two-row 4Runner we tested had an optional pull-out cargo deck designed to make loading and unloading heavy items—up to 440 pounds—a little easier. It can also double as a tailgate for seating.
This provides a flat load floor when the second-row seats are folded, but also robs the cargo hold of several inches of height. Even so, we fit an impressive 14 carry-ons behind the second row.
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