Overview (Final Score: C)
Theis the closest competitor to the . Where the 4Runner has an edge over the Grand Cherokee is in terms of reliability, with great ratings.
The Toyota 4Runner is an old-school SUV. This means it can go anywhere without showing any sign of sweat. But it also means a number of downsides such as poor fuel economy and questionable handling. If you aren’t planning to go off-road, there are a number of crossovers that provide a better ride and fuel economy over the 4Runner.
What We Love About the Toyota 4Runner:
- Very capable off-road
- Abundance of cargo space
- Dash layout is easy to understand and use
What We Don’t Love About the Toyota 4Runner:
- V6 engine feels lackluster
- Very choppy ride
- Brake feel is very disconcerting
Get all the details and learn more about the 2016 4Runner in the FULL REVIEW HERE