2017 toyota 4runner trd off road front red

Toyota adds 2017 4Runner to TRD lineup

2017 Toyota 4Runner TRD off road

The Toyota brand is no stranger to power and capability. With a wide selection of its models offering plenty of both, Toyota sets the models that go above and beyond by branding them with their racing off-road “TRD” label. Now for the 2017 model year, the 4Runner will be joining other models such as the Tacoma and Tundra in the TRD off road lineup. Here’s what we know so far about the 2017 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road.

For 2017, the 4Runner will once again feature its classic body-on-frame construction, which makes it able to not only handle tough terrain, but do so while its passengers and cargo sit comfortable and secure.

[Read more: Previous off road 4Runner models]

2017 toyota 4runner trd off road rear red
2017 toyota 4runner trd off road red

Off Road features

The new 2017 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road will feature two grade options: Off-Road and Off-Road Premium, both of which offer advanced capability thanks to features such as the Multi-Terrain Select system, electronic-locking rear differential and the Toyota Crawl Control feature.

Additionally, the 2017 4Runner will also feature superior approach and departure angles, high ground clearance and available suspension upgrades. Drivers can also opt for the available Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System, which offers extended wheel travel at slow speeds for better off-road stability.

When equipped with these great features, the 2017 4Runner is able to take on all sorts of terrain such as mud, sand, gravel and more.

In addition to its two TRD Off Road trim options, the 2017 4Runner will also be available at the SR5, SR5 Premium, Limited and TRD Pro grades.

If you’re interested in learning more about the 2017 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road model, be sure to check back later with our blog here at Hesser Toyota. We’ll be sure to update it as more information become available closer to its release.

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