Toyota to Introduce 2017 4Runner TRD Off-Road

 

The 2017 4Runner TRD Off-Road will join the TRD line up, adding to Toyota’s impressive off-road credibility. There will be two grades available, the TRD Off-Road and the TRD Off-Road Premium. Both will offer TRD (Toyota Racing Development) branding. The 4Runner’s architecture had allowed the SUV to take on challenging terrain, as well as transport people and their stuff on their journey.

The TRD Off-Road 4Runner will feature black painted wheels and a unique TRD Off-Road badge on the C-pillar. On the vehicle’s inside, the center console will feature a carbon fiber look and TRD Off-Road designated floor mats. The TRD Off-Road Premium 4Runner will feature the TRD red lettering on the driver and passenger headrests.

Both the Off-Road and the Off-Road Premium grades will include the Multi-Terrain Select system will allow drivers to use a dial to select the mode that matches the terrain. The 4Runner will also feature electronic-locking rear differential and Toyota’s Crawl Control (CRAWL) which helps to maintain a constant speed, enhancing vehicle control when driving up and over obstacles in challenging off-road situations. With CRAWL, the driver can focus on steering over obstacles without having to also modulate the throttle or brake pedal.

The 2017 TRD Off-Road 4Runner will feature the available Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) facilitates extended wheel travel at slow speeds for greater off-road capability and stability. The Mogul setting is for any extremely uneven terrain, such as V-ditches, slopes, and ridges -- uphill or down. In this mode, wheel slip is minimized and the system acts more like a limited slip differential.

The 2017 4Runner will be available in six grades: SR5, SR5 Premium, TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, Limited, and TRD Pro. Pricing for all grades will be available prior to the 4Runner’s launch later this year.   For further information about the 2017 TRD Off-Road 4Runner, make sure to contact Toyota of Greenville, which serves the Greenville, Anderson, and Spartanburg areas. 

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