As an increased selection of 2019 Toyota models hit Toyota dealership lots around the U.S., car shoppers are researching more and more into what upgrades and changes they can expect to see in the new inventory. Today, we are going to take a look at what the differences are between the 2019 Toyota 4Runner and the 2018 Toyota 4Runner, so car shoppers can understand what’s new before choosing between the two models.
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2019 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Toyota 4Runner
Pricing and Features
The Toyota 4Runner saw a small $100 price increase for the new model year. Base 2019 4Runner SR5 models will have the smallest amenity package of the bunch but also comes with a practical and wallet-friendly starting MSRP of $34,910. Standard features include 17-inch alloy wheels, skid plates, mudguards, split-folding rear seats, a power rear liftgate window, a rearview camera, and a tire pressure monitoring system.
The 2019 4Runner’s highest trim, TRD Pro, offers more convenience and performance-focused amenities and comes with a starting MSRP of $46,415. TRD Pro trim features include automatic headlights, integrated LED fog lights, heated side mirrors, a roof rack, a moonroof, an interior air filter, SofTex upholstery, TRD branded design elements, and more.
Limited Nightshade Edition
Brand new for the 2019 model year is a Limited Nightshade Edition trim that sits just below the highest trim in the 4Runner lineup. The Limited Nightshade Edition trim has a starting MSRP of $44,965 and comes standard with integrated fog lights, black chrome accents, roof rails, black door handles, and more.
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Our online inventory page makes it easy to see which Toyota 4Runner models are currently in stock and available for purchase at Serra Toyota. For a more in-depth comparison of the 2019 4Runner and 2018 4Runner or to see each model in person, we encourage car shoppers to visit the dealership at 1300 Center Point Parkway in Birmingham, Alabama.