2022 Toyota 4Runner for Sale in Warwick, RI


The Toyota 4Runner is the classic SUV: it’s still built with body-on-frame construction for optimal ruggedness. Trail-driving purists are delighted to see that it’s back again with all of its strengths intact, while some competitors use the less-durable unibody construction. The 4Runner’s classic squared-off body represents the nameplate’s dedication to sticking to what it was made for: taking things off the road. For model year 2022, Toyota closes out the 4Runner’s fifth generation with the introduction of the TRD Sport trim level, which blends a more simplified features list with elements of toughness for tackling untamed terrain. Plus, LED exterior lights are now standard on all trims, and an eye-catching new paint color, Lime Rush, has been added to the TRD Pro’s palette.

Trims and Performance

Toyota offers eight different grades for the 4Runner: SR5, TRD Sport, Trail Special Edition, SR5 Premium, TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, Limited, and TRD Pro. This old-school SUV has a powertrain to match: it’s a 4.0-liter V6 making 270 hp and 278 lb.-ft. of torque that pairs up with a five-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard on most trims, with four-wheel drive an option. The TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, and TRD Pro only come with 4WD. The towing maximum for all trims is 5,000 pounds when they have the integrated hitch and wiring harness (with 4- and 7-pin connectors) installed.

Standard Features by Trim

The SR5 is the most basic of the 4Runners, but that doesn’t mean it’s lacking in equipment. This grade is rugged and set up for off-roading thanks to things like front and rear mudguards and skid plates for the engine and front suspension. It also has a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, LED lights (headlights, high beams, fog lights, and taillights), heated side mirrors, rooftop rails, a windshield wiper de-icer, a power liftgate, 17-inch wheels, tinted privacy glass on the rear window, keyless entry, push-button start, a deluxe backup camera that shows projected path guidance, and a 40/20/40-split back seat that reclines and folds flat. There are even two 12V DC power outlets (one in front and another in the cargo area), a 120V AC power outlet (cargo area), and four USB ports in the cabin. The Trail Special Edition has a distinct look with black seats stitched in contrasting tan and black 17-inch wheels; it also gets a Yakima LoadWarrior roof basket, a sliding rear cargo deck with storage under the floor, a 40-quart cooler with tie-down straps (cargo area), and all-weather floor liners.

The SR5 Premium’s exterior mirrors are upgraded with integrated turn-signal indicators, and its seats are upholstered in easy-care SofTex. Some of its other prime features are heated front seats, a power front passenger’s seat, an accessory net (cargo area), and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a HomeLink universal garage door opener. The Limited earns its name with perforated leather seats (ventilated in the front row), a sport suspension, a power tilt-and-slide moonroof with sliding shade, dual-zone automatic temperature control, automatic on/off headlights, 20-inch wheels, chrome exterior accents, position memory for the driver’s seat, and a surround-view monitor. Buyers of the SR5, SR5 Premium, and Limited who need more seating can opt to add a 50/50-split fold-flat third-row bench.

TRD is an elite designation for Toyota, and the trims under this umbrella belong in their own category. The simplest, the TRD Sport has a features list similar to the SR5’s, but without the mud guards. Beyond that, it gets the sport-tuned suspension, a unique hood scoop, 20-inch wheels, SofTex seats, a power front passenger’s seat, and TRD-exclusive carpeted floor mats. The TRD Off-Road eliminates some of those elements (the hood scoop, sport suspension, SofTex, and power passenger’s seat) and takes on 17-inch wheels. The mud guards return and 4WD becomes standard, as do a locking differential, a transfer case skid plate, and some specialized driving modes for off-pavement: active traction control, Multi-Terrain Select, and Crawl Control.

The TRD Off-Road Premium is a special blend of ruggedness and comfort, with some of the upscale equipment found on the SR5 Premium mixed with off-road features. It’s also differentiated by red TRD lettering embroidered on the driver’s and front passenger’s seat headrests. The TRD Pro has a unique roof rack, specialized FOX shocks, TRD-tuned front springs, the classic full-word “TOYOTA” logo on the grille, automatic headlights, a front aluminum skid plate stamped with “TRD,” 17-inch wheels finished in matte black, all-weather floor mats, and some of the upscale equipment mentioned for the Limited (the power moonroof, dual-zone automatic temperature control, and the surround-view monitor).

Advanced Safety Technology

Toyota Safety Sense P (TSS-P) comes standard on every 2022 4Runner, adding automatic high beams, a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, and dynamic radar cruise control. Every trim also gets rear occupant alert, so that no child or pet is left behind, and the SR5 Premium, TRD Off-Road Premium, and TRD Pro add a blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert. The Limited gets standard front and rear parking sensors.

Infotainment and Connectivity

The SR5, TRD Sport, and Trail Special Edition have the basic infotainment setup, which can be manipulated using either voice recognition or the 8-inch touchscreen. This system’s other components are an eight-speaker sound system, SiriusXM satellite radio, smartphone integration (Android Auto and Apple CarPlay), and Bluetooth for hands-free phone and audio streaming. Starting at the TRD Off-Road level, high-def radio is added. The SR5 Premium and TRD Off-Road Premium receive navigation and enhanced voice recognition, while the Limited and TRD Pro upgrade to a JBL audio setup with 15 speakers.

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