2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro

The 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro is a mid-sized SUV that has a solid rear axle and body-frame construction similar to that of a pickup truck. It is redesigned version of the last model, with high capability, and performance tailored to meet both on-road and off-road driving needs. The SUV has been made to be ready for the city and the outside, with latest Fox shocks and many improved off-road characteristics.

2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro

2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro front

2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro Changes, Exterior

The 2019 model features the TRD springs and Fox shocks at all its four corners. The fox shocks are from aluminum alloys bodied, which is light and gives steadfast exertion for top driving performance at different terains and conditions. Some of these situations include slow-speed rock crawling, high-speed desert running, and routine driving situations.

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The vehicle sits 1-inch higher than the stock and its wheel travel is nearly one inch more than its predecessor. Its front dampers have a 1.8-inch piston, 2.5-inch body, and seven internal-bypass zones. They are made from three jumping zones and have 4 compressions which make them strong at the highest driving stress.

The rear dampers have 11 bypass zones which include seven zones for compression and four for jumpers. A 2-inch piggyback reservoir is included to hold additional oil during harsh conditions. The stability of this car is enhanced with its 17-inch wheels. It uses Nitto Terra Grappler (P265/70R-17 A/T) tires to ensure traction consistency.

Images credit: Toyota

The three main 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro colors are Pro-exclusive voodoo blue, Super white (see photos), and Midnight black metallic. Also featured in its exterior design are the LED fog lights, headlights with projector beam, and the black grille. The grille has classic TOYOTA logo the front skid plate has the TRD lettering.

Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro 2019 Interior

The interior of this car includes a nice layout for the instrument panel and the dash. There are sufficient head and leg-room at the front to accommodate different user heights. Some of its comfort features include vinyl upholstery, heated front seats, and auto-dimming rearview mirror. Its fabric seats are easy to clean, grippy, and good-looking.

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The 2019 4Runner features a premium Entune infotainment system plus navigation as a standard. One really nice news, JBL Audio System will be also standard equipment. This system has a subwoofer amplifier, App Suite, and an Integrated Navigation device. There are also TRD branded floor mats as well as leather seats within the interior design of this car. Other interior decorations include a TRD shift knob and the seats with red string, from Softex. A range of safety features has been included on its dashboard.

Safety (Star Safety System):
– Traction Control,
– Vehicle Stability Control,
– Anti-lock Brake System,
– Brake Assist,
– Electronic Brake-force Distribution,
– Smart Stop Technology,
– Lane Departure Alert
– Pre-Collision System (optional),
– Sway Warning System (optional),
– Automatic High Beams (optional).


The new Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro 2019 comes with a 4-liter V6 engine that has the capacity to reach 60 mph in just 8.1 seconds. There is a 5-speed automatic gear transmission to provide the much-required power and motivation to ride this car. It may not be the most powerful engine on the market, but it provides enough power for consistent off-road performance.

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Some of the offroad capability features expected with this car include part-time 4WD, active traction control, crawl control, and rear locking differential. This mid-sized SUV is expected in six trim levels of Limited, TRD Pro, TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, SR5, and SR5 Premium. All the trim levels are expected to use the same engine system and generate a horsepower of 270 ponies and a torque of 278 lb-ft. The maximum towing capacity is 5,000 pounds.

Price and release date

This 2019 4Runner TRD Pro was announced during the 2018 Chicago Auto show and is expected to get to the market during the last quarter of 2018. The basic SR5 trim is expected to cost $38,073 whereas the loaded TRD Off-Road Premium trim is expected to cost about $44,263. The limited trim will cost slightly higher and may go up to $46,722.

2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro photos

Images credit: Toyota

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