Toyota has revealed the new, fifth generation, of their popular mid-sized truck-based SUV Toyota 4Runner. In 2010 it has a new design with more aggressive look, better fuel-economy and more power.
The 2010 Toyota 4Runner is taller, wider and longer than its predecessor. It has optional third row of seats and should be available in three trims: the top Limited model, the mid-level model SR5 and the Trail version for those who wants best off-road capabilities. It will be available in a rear wheel 42, part-time 44 and full-time multi-mode 44 configurations. All 2010 Toyota 4Runner 44 models are equipped with a 4 liter 270-hp V6 engine and a 5-speed ECT-i automatic transmission. The 42 models are equipped with a 2.7 liter 157 HP 4-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed ECT automatic or the 4.0 liter V6 with the 5-speed ECT-i automatic.
Toyotas Crawl Control (CRAWL) is one of features available in the Trail trim. That is an adjustable electro-mechanical system that can be tuned to match the terrain by selecting any of five speed levels. This trim also features a Multi-Terrain Select system which allows the 44 operator to dial in wheel slip control to match the terrain.
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