Used SUV - 2013 Toyota 4Runner Limited in Columbia, Mo

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    About This 2013 Toyota 4Runner Limited
    Vehicle Location:
    Columbia, Mo
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    Combined MPG: 19
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $124.34*
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    Bluetooth, Navigation / DVD, leather, heated seats, sunroof / moonroof, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, MP3 Player, USB / AUX ports, and Steering Wheel Controls. 4WD, Black Leather, 20 x 7.5 Unique Dual 6-Spoke Alloy Wheels, ABS brakes, Auto-dimming Rear-View mirror, Compass, Driver door bin, Driver vanity mirror, Electronic Stability Control, Emergency communication system, Front dual zone A/C, Front reading lights, Garage door transmitter: HomeLink, Heated Bucket Seats, Heated door mirrors, Heated front seats, Illuminated entry, Leather Seat Trim, Low tire pressure warning, Outside temperature display, Overhead console, Passenger vanity mirror, Power moonroof, Power Tilt & Slide Moonroof w/Sunshade, Rear seat center armrest, Remote keyless entry, Tachometer, Telescoping steering wheel, Tilt steering wheel, Traction control, Trip computer, and Voice-Activated Touch-Screen DVD Navigation System. 2013 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4WD. Previous owner purchased it brand new! Want to save some money? Get the NEW look for the used price on this one owner vehicle. Stop getting Christmas Cards from your mechanic with this very reliable 4Runner. Welcome to Joe Machens Volkswagen of Columbia! If you are in the market for a new Volkswagen, we have them! Our philosophy is to offer the lowest, most competitive new and pre-owned prices in the State. At Joe Machens, our goal is to treat you so well that you will never do business anywhere else. We have over 5000 used cars trucks or SUVs in stock! Financing for everyone! Stop by today and become a member of the Joe Machens VW family, or shop 24/7 at

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    Vehicle Options:

    • 2-stage Unlocking
    • Abs Brakes (4-wheel)
    • Adjustable Rear Headrests
    • Air Conditioning - Air Filtration
    • Airbags - Front - Dual
    • Airbags - Front - Knee
    • Airbags - Front - Side
    • Airbags - Front - Side Curtain
    • Airbags - Passenger - Occupant Sensing Deactivation
    • Airbags - Rear - Side Curtain
    • Airbags - Side-curtain Rollover Sensor
    • Audio - Antenna: Diversity
    • Audio - Antenna: Mast
    • Audio Auxiliary Input: Ipod/iphone Integration
    • Audio Auxiliary Input: Jack
    • Audio Auxiliary Input: Usb
    • Auto-lock
    • Body Side Reinforcements Side Impact Door Beams
    • Braking Assist
    • Braking Assist Hill Start Assist
    • Cargo Area 12v Power Outlet
    • Center Console Front Console With Storage
    • Child Safety Locks
    • Child Seat Anchors Latch System
    • Clock
    • Compass
    • Cruise Control
    • Daytime Running Lights
    • Digital Odometer
    • Doors Liftgate Window: Power Retracting
    • Driver Seat Active Head Restraint
    • Driver Seat Adjustable Lumbar Support: Power
    • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
    • Engine Push-button Start
    • Exterior Entry Lights Puddle Lamps
    • Exterior Mirrors Heated
    • Exterior Mirrors Integrated Turn Signals
    • Exterior Mirrors Manual Folding
    • Exterior Mirrors Power
    • External Temperature Display
    • Front 12v Power Outlet (2)
    • Front Fog Lights
    • Front Headrests Adjustable
    • Front Seatbelts: 3-point
    • Front Suspension Classification: Independent
    • Front Suspension Type: Double Wishbones
    • Front Suspension Type: Strut
    • Fuel Economy Display Mpg
    • Fuel Economy Display Range
    • Headlights Halogen
    • Multi-function Display
    • Number Of Front Headrests 2
    • Number Of Rear Headrests 3
    • One-touch Windows: 4
    • Power Brakes
    • Power Door Locks
    • Power Steering Speed-proportional
    • Power Windows: With Safety Reverse
    • Reading Lights Front
    • Reading Lights Rear
    • Rear 12v Power Outlet
    • Rear Seats 40-20-40 Split Bench
    • Rear Seats Center Armrest: With Cupholders
    • Rear Seats Flat Folding
    • Rear Seats Rear Heat: Vents
    • Rear Seats Reclining
    • Rear Spoiler Roofline Spoiler
    • Safety Brake Pedal System
    • Seatbelts Emergency Locking Retractors: Front
    • Seatbelts Emergency Locking Retractors: Front And Rear
    • Seatbelts Seatbelt Force Limiters: Front
    • Seatbelts Seatbelt Pretensioners: Front
    • Seatbelts Seatbelt Warning Sensor: Driver And Passenger
    • Seatbelts Second Row 3-point
    • Seats Front Seat Type: Bucket
    • Security Engine Immobilizer
    • Skid Plate(s) Front
    • Skid Plate(s) Front And Rear
    • Stability Control Electronic
    • Steering Wheel Mounted Controls Audio
    • Steering Wheel Mounted Controls Cruise Controls
    • Steering Wheel Mounted Controls Phone
    • Steering Wheel Tilt And Telescopic
    • Tachometer
    • Towing And Hauling Trailer Hitch
    • Towing And Hauling Trailer Wiring: 4-pin
    • Towing And Hauling Trailer Wiring: 7-pin
    • Traction Control
    • Trip Odometer 2
    • Universal Garage Door Opener Homelink
    • Vanity Mirrors Dual Illuminating
    • Warnings And Reminders Lamp Failure Low Fuel Engine Oil Coolant
    • Windows Front Wipers: Variable Intermittent
    • Windows Lockout Button
    • Windows Privacy Glass
    • Windows Rear Defogger
    • Windows Rear Wiper

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    2013 Toyota 4Runner Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2013 Toyota 4Runner
    Capable in rugged terrain, comfortable around town.


    The Toyota 4Runner is built for durability and all-terrain capability. Using rugged body-on-frame construction, the 4Runner is intended to be a tough and reliable sport utility for the more adventurous owner.


    All 2013 Toyota 4Runners are powered by a 4.0-liter V6 that generates 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque. EPA fuel economy ratings are 17/22 mpg City/Highway with 4WD. Maximum towing capacity is 5000 pounds, enough for light boats, ATVs, snowmobiles, or motorcycles.


    Two-row and three-row seating configurations are available, for five or seven passengers.


    The 2013 Toyota 4Runner comes in three distinct models, each with specialized equipment packages, to suit a variety of luxury, recreational capability, and affordability priorities. All are sturdily built, with an extensive suite of safety features, flexible seating, and multiple cargo options.


    The 4Runner SR5 is the standard grade with cloth upholstery, air conditioning, and 17-inch wheels, while the Limited is loaded with leather, dual-zone climate control, and 20-inch wheels. The mid-range Trail Edition is designed to maximize off-road performance with superior approach and departure angles and an array of functional upgrades for the most demanding active outdoor enthusiast. It is distinguished by a unique hood scoop, unique 17-inch wheels, a dark smoke treatment on the head lamps and tail lamps, and much blacked-out trim all around.


    All three models come standard with SiriusXM satellite radio, a USB port with iPod connectivity, and Bluetooth phone capability and music streaming. Standard on 4Runner Limited, and optional on SR5 and Trail Edition, is an audio/navigation system whose 6.1-inch touch screen offers access to all the latest digital-electronic candy, including SiriusXM and HD radio, iTunes Tagging, Toyota Entune service, and much, much more. Available on Limited only is a premium 15-speaker system from JBL.


    We found the 4Runner has good on-road dynamics with rack-and-pinion steering and well-proportioned disc brakes. It may be as nimble as the lighter-duty Highlander crossover. But the key point here is that the 4Runner is far more capable and much more durable for use on rough terrain. That durability factor is crucial for owners who frequently drive on rough, unpaved roads or over rugged terrain. Compared to the FJ Cruiser, the 4Runner is more versatile and more passenger-friendly, and nearly as capable off-road.


    The 2013 Toyota 4Runner is available in SR5, Limited, and Trail Edition grades. Trail Edition and SR5 4WD use a part-time four-wheel-drive system. Limited 4WD includes a full-time multi-mode four-wheel-drive system. Two-row or three-row seating configurations are available, for five or seven passengers. The 4.0-liter V6 mated to a 5-speed automatic is standard across the range.


    4Runner SR5 ($31,490) comes with cloth upholstery; air conditioning with air filter; six-way manual driver's seat with power lumbar; four-way passenger seat; sliding second-row seats split 40/20/40; AM/FM/CD/MP3 with eight speakers, SiriusXM, USB port with iPod connectivity, hands-free phone capability and music streaming via Bluetooth; tilt/telescoping steering wheel; center console with storage; cruise control; map light; 10 cupholders; multi-information display; compass; HomeLink garage door opener; sonar park assist; power windows; power locks; remote keyless entry; three 12V power outlets; auto-off headlights; integrated fog lights; color-keyed overfenders; liftgate spoiler; exterior puddle lamps; 265/70R17 tires on 17-inch alloy wheels; towing hitch; and skid plates. The 4Runner SR5 4WD ($33,365) uses a part-time four-wheel-drive system. Third-row seats are optional ($805). A Convenience Package ($1580) includes power seats, a power moonroof, upgraded Sport upholstery, and two 120V power outlets.


    4Runner Trail Edition 4WD ($37,155) includes special trim, unique 17-inch wheels, upgraded cloth upholstery, a power moonroof, rearview camera (small display inside rearview mirror), power front seats, overhead console, two 120V power outlets and a sliding rear cargo deck that supports up to 440 pounds. Optional is the Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System ($1750), which automatically disconnects the stabilizer bars to allow for more axle travel and better suspension articulation in slow, difficult terrain.


    4Runner Limited ($38,995) upgrades to leather upholstery in the first and second rows, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, chrome exterior trim, push-button start, heated front seats, leather-trimmed steering wheel with audio and telephone controls, X-REAS Sport Enhancement Suspension, and 245/60R20 Mud and Snow tires on 20-inch alloy wheels. The Limited's standard touch-screen navigation/audio system includes all the features of the standard SR5/Trail Edition audio setup, plus WMA playback, HD Radio with iTunes Tagging, auxiliary audio jack, Toyota Entune, integrated rear-view camera display, and much, much more. Limited 4WD ($41,030) uses a full-time multi-mode four-wheel-drive system. Third-row seats, leather trimmed, are optional ($1365), as is an even more sophisticated 15-speaker JBL stereo-with-navigation ($1155).


    The Limited's standard navigation/audio package is optional on SR5 ($1520) and Trail Edition ($995). A Premium Package ($4775) for SR5 combines the navigation/audio system with leather seats, power moonroof, and other Limited-style luxuries. Power-retractable running boards ($1500) are available on SR5 and Limited only.


    Safety features on all 4Runner models include active front head restraints, ABS, electronic brake-force distribution, quick brake assist, Vehicle Stability Control, traction control, Hill-start Assist Control, LATCH child-seat anchors, seat belts with force limiters and pretensioners, tire-pressure monitor. Downhill Assist Control (DAC) is included on 4WD models.


    The Toyota 4Runner has a boxy form with a wide stance, with wide fenders to suggest muscularity. The wheelwells are squared off and generously sized for larger tires, like the FJ Cruiser. The bumpers add a sense of heft. Roof rails are standard on all models, emphasizing the 4Runner's potential as a recreational gear transporter.


    Projection-beam headlights lend a technical appearance, with high-tech taillights distinguished by unusually conspicuous lens bulges. The effect is contemporary, advanced, and yet in keeping with 4Runner's five-generation tradition of body-on-frame construction.


    The Trail Edition is styled to project rugged good looks, a sense of mystery, and a sporting nature. It has a sporty hood scoop; blacked-out mirrors, bumpers, and trim; and a dark smoke treatment on the headlights and tail lights.


    Trail Edition and SR5 have similarly styled overfenders and mud guards, and both have 17-inch alloy wheels as standard equipment, although each grade has its own distinctive wheel. On the SR5, there is greater use of chrome accents, and the roof rack is silver with black end caps. Heated exterior mirrors have turn signal indicators and puddle lamps.


    The Limited comes on lower-profile P245/60R20 tires mounted on 20-inch alloy wheels. All models come with a full-size spare, and the Limited has a matching alloy spare. Like the SR5 and Trail grade, the Limited has a rear spoiler that houses the rear wiper, keeping it tucked away when not in use.


    The Toyota 4Runner interior was designed with an eye toward practicality, comfort, and utility. All rows are relatively roomy. The cabin is trimmed in textured materials with silver trim accents, creating a modern, high-tech environment.


    The steering wheel is thick, with a technical four-spoke design. The instrument cluster is bright with large dials. The standard three-gauge cluster combines orange-numeral speedometer and tachometer with temperature and fuel meters; on Trail and Limited, white-numeral Optitron gauges are used. All grades share an accessory meter that displays time, average fuel consumption, range, compass direction, and outside temperature.


    An automatic dual-zone climate controlled air conditioning system is standard on the Limited; SR5 and Trail Edition have manual climate control.


    Three 12-volt outlets are located in the glove box, the center console, and the cargo area. Optional 120-volt AC outlets, useful for charging batteries or running appliances at the campsite, are located in the center console box and cargo area.


    On the Trail Edition, there is an overhead panel with two dials that house the Crawl Control and Multi-Terrain Select System. The Trail Edition gets water-resistant seat fabric in a charcoal gray color.


    The front seats in the 4Runner are comfortable and supportive, with a lot of adjustability. The standard SR5 cloth seat adjusts six ways manually; Trail and Limited models get eight-way power adjustments. Limited features flawless leather, heated seats. Active headrests are standard for all front seats. The seats are easily wide enough for an average-size body, with low bolsters on the seat cushion and taller side bolstering on the seat back. We found they provide cornering support on winding roads, without making the driver's seat hard to get into. The leather seating material on our Limited was conspicuously fragrant, and remarkably free of blemishes or imperfections.


    Second-row seats fold completely flat to maximize interior cargo area. With everything folded flat, cargo volume is just short of 90 cubic feet, or 88.8 cubic feet on models with third-row seating.


    The third-row seating is functional for everyday use. The seats are realistically sized and there's a livable amount of space. Access to the third row is made easier with second-row seats split into a 40/20/40 configuration, so it's possible to enter the third row from either side using a one-touch walk-in feature.


    The rear hatch has a power window that can be controlled from an interior switch, or at the rear door using the key. By lowering the window, efficient flow-through ventilation becomes possible. Not many vehicles have this feature these days. We tried the retractable rear tailgate window underway. By opening the vents in the front, and cracking the rear window, a real breeze can be allowed to flow from front to rear. On a nice day, it might be the best ventilation system of any SUV, as airflow is maximized and wind noise is minimal, much less than from a sunroof. Smokers love it, and it can be handy when hauling smelly cargo, such as a wet dog, dead fish, a deer, fertilizer, tires.


    Three audio systems are available. Standard on both SR5 and Trail models is an AM/FM/CD/MP3 system with eight speakers, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, USB port with iPod connectivity, hands-free phone capability and music streaming via Bluetooth.


    Standard on Limited, and optional on the other models, is a 6.1-inch touch-screen audio/navigation system that incorporates an integrated rearview camera display; all of the features of the standard audio system; plus HD Radio with iTunes Tagging, vehicle information with customizable settings; phonebook access; advanced voice recognition; and text-to-voice with programmed and customizable text responses. Also included is Toyota Entune, a collection of popular mobile applications and data services, with three years of complimentary access. Once a smart phone is connected to the vehicle using Bluetooth or a USB cable, Entune's features are operated using the 4Runner's controls or, for some services, by voice recognition. Entune offers mobile apps for Bing, iHeartRadio, MovieTickets.com, OpenTable, and Pandora; while Entune data services include a fuel price guide, sports scores, stocks, traffic and weather.


    The third system, optional on Limited only, combines all of the above with a premium 15-speaker JBL sound system.


    Driving Impression
    It's in bad weather that the full-time 4WD system in the Toyota 4Runner Limited really shines. It's designed to shift torque between wheels as the vehicle rolls over inconsistent surfaces, so it's ideal for use on roads with slippery patches or wet spots. We found the 4Runner Limited tracked cleanly and accurately through corners and over compromised surfaces.


    The brake system feels strong and progressive at the top of the pedal, and even in the rain, lends itself to a secure, confident feeling. The front discs have four-piston fixed calipers and 13.3-inch brake rotors. They are augmented with four-sensor, four-channel ABS and skid control systems.


    Full-throttle acceleration is quite brisk for a seven-passenger, family SUV. From a standing start, the 4Runner will hit 60 mph in about 8.6 seconds, and feel good doing it. The full-time 4WD system hunts a little from a standing start, so a small amount of torque initially tugs at the steering wheel, but the 4Runner steers true after a quick chirp off the line. High-speed passes are similarly exuberant. Pin the throttle pedal and the transmission with kick down two gears and let the engine rev to 5500 rpm, making it easy to swoop by lines of traffic and accelerate up steep grades. Decide to pass and the next thing you know, the speedometer says 90 mph. Shifts are smooth and progressive, without much lash or thump, even at full throttle.


    Fuel economy is an EPA-estimated 17 mpg City and 22 mpg Highway with 4WD. Driven normally, the V6 will deliver decent mileage for a 4800-pound SUV. The fuel consumption readout said we had gotten 20.3 mpg after a day of mostly highway driving.


    Maximum towing capacity is 5,000 pounds, enough for light boats, ATVs, snowmobiles, and motorcycles.


    Steering effort seemed about right to us, neither too firm nor too light. The engineering involves a variable flow, power-assisted rack-and-pinion arrangement that uses a variable gear-ratio steering rack. So not only does the hydraulic assist adjust based on conditions, but the rack itself is has a different tooth arrangement at the ends of the rack. The result is reasonably precise steering that is strong and easy at all speeds, even at full lock. It's not what you'd want for a sports car, but for an off-road-going, seven-passenger SUV, it's right.


    The Limited model looks more sophisticated with its 20-inch wheels and lower-profile tires, and it likes corners better than the other models, a benefit of the tires and the X-REAS suspension setup. But on lumpy roads, the stiffer wheel and tire combination makes for a choppy ride, especially noticeable to back-seat riders. The Limited has a diagonally cross-linked shock absorber system, called X-REAS, that helps damp out pitch and roll, and it works to limit body roll. We like this system on winding mountain roads. But sharper impacts do come through due to the low-profile tires.


    The Trail Edition rides about as well as the Limited because of its more compliant suspension and taller tire sidewall, and it transitions through corners only slightly less cleanly. That's because the optional Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) anti-swaybar disconnect capability allows for thicker stabilizer bars on the Trail Edition. Therefore, on-road cornering power can be preserved without compromising off-road suspension compliance. The Trail Edition, with the thicker bars, did feel a little a little more jittery at speed on the highway but soaked up larger impacts best of all. The Limited, more stylish and better handling, runs along smoothly until larger impacts come into play.


    We had an opportunity to drive a 4Runner off road. The Trail Edition is the 4Runner for those who plan to use the vehicle for recreation so that was our choice. Almost like an FJ Cruiser with four doors, the 4Runner Trail Edition is set up to cruise to a trailhead, confidently drive on the trail itself, and return to the highway. That makes its capabilities and packaging advantages ideal for those who camp, hunt, fish or regularly travel backcountry roads. It can ford up to 27 inches of water and has 9.6 inches of ground clearance. Skid plates are included for the engine, transfer case and fuel tank. Two tow hooks are mounted on the front although in a low position that might make them hard to reach if stuck in a stream or snow bank. A rear receiver hitch is standard, for towing up to 5000 pounds, and its presence makes for easy vehicle recovery from the rear. Just as important, the 4Runner has the durability to do this stuff without wearing out in one season.


    We found the manual part-time transfer case that comes on the SR5 and Trail Edition easy to operate. The stubby lever that used to actuate 4WD High Range and 4WD Low Range has vanished for 2013, replaced by a switch. On our Trail Edition we were able to slip in and out of 4-Low without any dithering. The Trail Edition's part-time system is shared with the SR5.


    The Limited gets a dial-actuated full-time system that is always on, ready for changing road conditions or inclement weather. The Limited is better for ice and wintry conditions when grip is inconsistent. It automatically apportions power to the tires with the best grip. The driver need do nothing to engage it.


    The Trail Edition trades surprisingly little for the advantages it offers. Ride quality is about as good as the other versions, and steering and cornering are only slightly less crisp. Tire noise is only slightly increased, at least inside the cabin. Meanwhile, traction is markedly improved by the addition of an electronic locking rear differential, the KDSS system, and traction control systems with adjustable rates of feedback.


    One system, Crawl Control, allows the driver to dial in speeds from 1 to 3 mph as the driver concentrates on steering across difficult terrain. We tried it, uphill and down, and sure enough, the system controls throttle and braking to maintain a steady speed. When that speed seemed to be too rapid for the suspension to handle comfortably, we adjusted the dial to give us a slower pace. At 1 mph, progress is very slow, safe and predictable.


    Another system, multi-terrain select, allows for dialing in the rate of wheelslip when driving off-road. As a result, the Active Traction Control (A-TRAC) system can be just as effective in mud or sand as it is on rock. When even more traction is called for, an electronic locker in the rear axle actuates with the push of a button. KDSS is optional, but it's an excellent off-road suspension enhancement.


    The Toyota 4Runner can hold up to outdoor recreational use that would prove destructive to car-based crossover SUVs. Given that capability, the 4Runner stands out as a truly multipurpose vehicle with authentic, structurally based recreational capability. With three different formats to choose from, and a variety of specialized equipment, the 4Runner can be configured for a wide range of needs and budgets.


    John Stewart filed this report to NewCarTestDrive.com after his test drive of the Toyota 4Runner near Solvang, California. Additional material by John F. Katz.


    Model Lineup
    Toyota 4Runner SR5 ($31,490), SR5 4WD ($33,365); Limited ($38,995), Limited 4WD ($41,030); Trail Edition ($37,155).


    Assembled In
    Tahara, Japan.


    Options As Tested
    JBL AM/FM/MP3/4CD with 15 speakers and woofer box, navigation, rearview camera, and all connectivity features of the standard audio/navigation system ($1155); leather trimmed third-row seats ($1365).


    Model Tested
    Toyota 4Runner Limited 4WD ($41,030).Taller, wider and longer the Toyota 4Runner is a mid-size sport utility vehicle that combines true off-road competence with everyday driving comfort, refinement and safety. The SR5 and Limited trims are available in rear- or four-wheel drive. A Trail Edition with rear locking differential, crawl control, rock rails and moonroof is only available in four-wheel drive. Each trim has a five-speed automatic transmission and a 270-hp 4.0-liter V6 engine. An optional third-row seat expands passenger capacity to seven. Stability control, traction control, 12 airbags and roll-over sensors are standard. The 2013 Toyota 4Runner carries over from 2012.

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