Sport Utility Vehicles have hit the automobile market with a vengeance, and Toyota has joined the market with it's many different models including the sporty 4Runner SR5 as well as the 4Runner SR5 V6. It had to happen eventually, and with a MSRP of $27,635, it's the lowest priced of the Sport Utility Vehicles that Toyota makes. That isn't to say that Toyota has just joined the world of Sport Utility Vehicles, but it does mean that to keep up with demand, they have to join the others and still maintain the quality of Toyota. Of course, the price should not be a deterrent because within the doors of that shiny new truck is the quality that we have come to expect from Toyota. The 4Runner SR5 when seen on the highway make look smaller than Nissan's comparable Pathfinder, but once you open the doors, it's obvious there is plenty of room, especially with the optional third row fold down seat.
As you travel around town in your new 4Runner SR5, don't be surprised to find everyone looking upon you with envy for this is one of the best specimens of Sport Utility Vehicles that has yet to be let loose on the highway. When you look at this beauty on the dealership floor, what you're seeing is both the sleek, Toyota styling, and the meticulously superb exterior styling that is typical of any Toyota vehicle. Once out on the road, it becomes obvious that the 4Runner SR5 can compete with any other Sport Utility Vehicle that is out there.
Over the years, Toyota has evolved from the basic no frills body of its early models to the sleek and sporty look that is now part of its new line of Sport Utility Vehicles. No one ever said a truck had to look "drab," and Toyota has made sure that none of its Sport Utility Vehicles look that way, including the 4Runner SR5 and the 4Runner SR5 V6. Each model is special on its own, and is more than capable of converting even the hardest of customers. All it takes is a test drive in one of these smooth driving Sport Utility Vehicles to convince you that the design combined with the factory warranty and lower routine maintenance costs of these vehicles that Toyota is the vehicle to own. Of course, as with any import, the repairs themselves will be higher initially, but when you figure in that there are fewer repairs than with the average American vehicle and better gasoline mileage, the difference is minimal. In addition, the life span of imports tends to be much longer than that of American counterparts, perhaps because the quality of parts is superior or maybe the customers just tend to take better care of their imports because they know the repair work is going to be higher.
Whatever the reason may be, it makes good sense to invest in something that is going to be there for you when you need it the most and not let you down. This isn't to say that all imports have the same quality as Toyota because statistics will prove otherwise, but it does mean that when it comes to an import, Toyota has one of the highest quality ratings of the imports. With that in mind, it also makes good sense to purchase a name that is connected to quality and good workmanship instead of taking a chance on something of lesser quality because maybe the price is a little lower. Does it make sense to sacrifice price for quality? Most people would agree that quality should be uppermost in the buyer's mind, and I'm sure everyone who has ever bought a car or truck will agree.