Toyota has disclosed pricing information for the 2014 4Runner which kicks off at 32,820 USD without the 860 USD destination charges.
The base SR5 model comes as standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, Entune infotainment system and fabric seats, but for an extra 1,875 USD it can have auto-dimming mirrors, sunroof, navigation, SofTex faux leather seats and power passenger seat. Four-wheel drive is an optional 2,920 USD.
4Runner Trail has received a 1,430 USD price cut for the 2014MY so now it begins at 35,725 USD. It has just about the same standard goodies as the SR5 but with a multi-terrain response system, hill-start assist and the company's crawl control system. More money can be spent to order the Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System that can automatically disconnect the sway bars.
The Limited trim kicks off at 41,365 USD and comes with four-wheel drive with a locking center differential, 15-speaker Entune Premium JBL sound system and a more refined X-REAS suspension.
Regardless of the chosen version, power comes exclusively from a V6 4.0-liter engine delivering 270 bhp (201 kW) and 376 Nm (278 lb-ft) of torque mated to a five-speed ECT-i automatic transmission and a transfer case.