2018 Toyota 4Runner SPIED NEWS: Confirmed That It Will Still Remain Body-On-Frame; Official Release Late 2017!

Feb 11, 2017 04:30 AM EST | Paul Urban

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The upcoming 2018 Toyota 4Runner has been getting a lot of buzz recently because of some speculations that it will follow the move of its competitors. While that is a good business decision, many showed concern that it may lose the power it is known for.

The latest 4Runner has been getting a steady stream of good reviews, thanks to its powerful performance. However, with the recent news saying that the upcoming 2018 Toyota 4Runner being changed to unibody, car enthusiasts fear that its power may be a thing of the past.

According to Car Preview, such rumor is dispelled as the upcoming 4Runner will come with evolutionary styling, more sophisticated powertrain, and definitely more advanced features. It will remain to be unchanged as the midsized SUV maintains its body-on-frame construction.

The 2018 model will the sixth-generation of this SUV originally launched and introduced to the market back in 1984. The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is believed to be the best among all generations from 2010 to 2017 as it will come with the most extensive and impressive off-road prowess.

The question remains if it is all worth it to wait for the 2018 model than to have the recently launched 2017. Many Toyota fans and loyalists are conflicted with the choice of either waiting or going for what's currently available. The answer is simple. It is all worth the wait. As mentioned, the 2018 Toyota 4Runner is going to come with the same construction but with significant updates enough to set it apart from the previous generations and even to its competitors.

As added by Cars Lane, it is suggested that the sixth-generation 4Runner will be released later this year. For some, it may be too long of a wait time, but it is worth it. Getting the latest 4Runner is also a good choice as it is made with supreme features which put all of its rivals to shame.

The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is also reported to come with better suspension system as standard. It may have the same independent setup like that of Tacoma's. It also promises superb and insane off-roading prowess, probably the best performance ever to be seen and experienced.

 

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