2018 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Jeep Wrangler

full view of 2018 4Runner

Are you a driver with an adventurous spirit who loves to get out and explore every chance you get? Some of the best places to see are hidden off the beaten path and may require you to travel on some rough terrains. Exploring off the beaten path can be tough on your vehicle, so why not make sure that it is built to handle it? The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is sure to get you where you want to go no matter what the terrain is. To show how capable the 4Runner is, we compared it to the popular Jeep Wrangler.

In the comparison of the base models of the 2018 4Runner and the 2018 Wrangler, we see that the 4Runner can handle more gear, passengers and it can tow more. Adventures are great when you are with more people, the 2018 4Runner allows for 5 passengers as well as 47.2 cubic feet of cargo space so that everyone can pack their gear. The 2018 Wrangler only seats four people and has 12.9 cubic feet of space. Continue reading below to learn more about the 2018 Toyota 4Runner!



2018 4Runner

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2018 Wrangler

4.0-liter V6 Engine 3.6-liter V6
47.2 cubic feet Cargo Volume 12.9 cubic feet
5,000 lbs. Towing Capacity 2,000 lbs.
5 Seating 4

2018 4Runner Durability and Capabilities

One of the reasons the 4Runner is capable of so much is because it is one of the only SUVs that still has a body-on-frame construction. This ruggedness is powered by a V6 engine that provides 270 horsepower and 278 lb-ft of torque and did we mention it could tow up to 5,000 pounds?

While traveling on the rough terrain, it is likely that there are also going to be some hills to climb. Luckily the standard Hill Start Assist Control (HAC) is in place to keep the SUV from rolling backward as the driver switches from brake to accelerator. What goes up must come down, right? While traveling down any hill, the 2018 4Runner offers the available Downhill Assist Control (DAC) that selectively applies the brake to keep a controlled speed on a steep or slippery descent.

As if you weren’t convinced already that the 2018 4Runner is the outdoor SUV for you, a few more of its features include the ventilated disc brake system, the full-size spare and the underbody skid plates. If you are a driver interested in learning more about the 2018 Toyota 4Runner, click on the button below for more information.