Summer isn’t quite over, so there’s still time to check out the new 2023 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro. It’s the perfect vehicle for the outdoor adventurer or for venturing out across town to a backyard BBQ.  With its oversize TRD-tuned FOX®8 high-performance shocks, TRD-tuned front springs, aggressive grille, iconic badging, and power rear glass, the 4Runner TRD Pro is sure to turn heads both on and off the trail. Inside, the vehicle is equipped with plush SofTex®-trimmed seats feature TRD embroidered headrests and accent stitching throughout. An 8-inch high-resolution touchscreen makes navigating and playing music a breeze. Fold-flat second-row seating with 4Runner’s 40/20/40 fold-flat second-row seats, you can make room for everything you need by folding one or all three seats down to accommodate up to 88.8 cubic feet of cargo. 

The 4Runner’s power tilt/slide moonroof brings the great outdoors right to you.  This SUV’s exterior stands out with its aggressive front grille to its iconic badging.  There’s a power rear glass feature that raises and lowers with the push of a button, making it easier to grab items from the cargo area. By the way, this is a standard feature. And when it comes to the real hard dirty work of towing, the 4 Runner has the ability to tow up to 5000 lbs. 

When the Nashville weather starts to cool down into the fall/winter months, with rain, fog, and shorter days ahead, 4Runner’s standard LED headlights and fog lights make driving during dusk or reduced visibility a breeze. The 17-inch alloy wheels are wrapped with Nitto®6 Terra Grappler®7 all-terrain tires for extra comfort, whether you’re driving into Nashville’s popular Gulch area or cruising down the I-440 for a road trip for to some big terrain adventure, there’s enhanced traction off the road. The 2023 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro is the perfect vehicle for the outdoor enthusiast, or for the urban big city dweller as well. 

THE NUMBERS:  MSRP/about $53,270   —  MPG:   City/16  — Hwy/19