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Toyota 4Runner, SUV
Did you get a good deal on your 4Runner?
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#1 of 2055 What did you pay?
Jan 14, 2003 (11:59 pm)
I am looking into a 2003 4-Runner. Just wanting to find out what most people are paying for it. Please post all models and accessories.
#2 of 2055 pricing-kennynmd
Jan 15, 2003 (6:57 pm)
The 2 dealers I have been working with are selling a pretty much loaded (no naviagtion)Limited MSRP slightly over 40,100 for $ 36,300 and 36,900.
#3 of 2055 Just purchased a V8 SR5
Jan 16, 2003 (9:28 am)
Two weeks ago I purchased a V8 SR5 MSRP: $34,849.
I paid: $31,200. Included Sun roof, upgraded JBL stereo with changer, anti theft system, V8, and lots more!
#5 of 2055 fudge123
Jan 16, 2003 (12:49 pm)
Was that a 4x4? Or 4x2?
#6 of 2055 sport 4x4
Jan 16, 2003 (7:42 pm)
sticker 36,300 otd for 33,000 with sunroof, upgraided jbl, etc....
#7 of 2055 Northern Most Sport 4x4 V6 On the Planet
Jan 17, 2003 (12:14 am)
North Pole Alaska Purchased the one and only Sport 4x4 Multi Mode /V6 Stratosphere Mica Blue with Power Moon roof Black Running Boards Double Decker Cargo System Rear Spoiler Daytime Running Lamps
Preferred Accessory Package
My TMV $32200 with Auto Service Company
Dealer in Anchorage wanted $226 Less, but had additional paper work/admin $$ that would have eaten up any savings, plus who would travel 400 miles one way to save a few peanuts???
Also, Winterization Package here in North Pole was $355 for Battery Warmer, Block Heater, Oil Pan Heater, and all synthetic lubricants for differential, tranny, brake fluid, and radiator protection to -60 F, versus Anchorage price of $595 for a Block Heater and fluid change out.
The day before I took delivery of the Sport, the one and only Limited sold for full price $37,600.
I'm pleased with the deal I got, and really feel comfortable with the dealership in every aspect, especially for warranty and service needs. They're holding for me a Toyota Extended Warranty 7yr/100,000 miles with $0 deductible for $1400- the Nye Dealership wanted $2295 for the same product.
#8 of 2055 2003 4Runner Is Lacking!
Jan 20, 2003 (4:30 pm)
I have to admit. I was impressed with the increase in size in the 2003 4Runner. It is slightly shorter than the Explorer and longer than the 2003 Honda Pilot. But the Explorer and Pilot have one feature still missing in the bigger 4Runner. It is a 3rd row seat. It is especially for those like my girlfriend and me who just changed from a minivan to an SUV with the same seating room and better traction.
With that problem, the 4Runners are overpriced. And it is bad when their standard V6 has more horsepower than the optional V8. Our current SUV I highly recommend over the 4Runner and the other 2 I covered we got is a 2003 Chevrolet EXT Trailblazer LT with its standard V6. It has plenty of horsepower. It is more than the 4Runner's V6 or V8. But the EXT Trailblazer's optional V8 has more horsepower than its standard V6. I hope Toyota straighten those problems out with their 2004's. I called both to their attention. The rest is on them.
For those not needing as much passenger room, I highly recommend the 2003 4Runner. It has more cargo room than the 2002. But I suggest getting it with the standard 4.0L V6. I hope this helps.
Jan 20, 2003 (5:33 pm)
Base Number of Cylinders: 6 Base Engine Size: 4 liters
Base Engine Type: V6 -1 Horsepower: 245 hp
Max Horsepower: 5200 rpm Torque: 282 ft-lbs.
Max Torque: 3800 rpm Maximum Payload: 1060 lbs.
Base Number of Cylinders: 8 Base Engine Size: 4.7 liters
Base Engine Type: V8 -1 Horsepower: 235 hp
Max Horsepower: 4800 rpm Torque: 320 ft-lbs.
torque is were its at not hp 10 points is not big
Jan 20, 2003 (8:01 pm)
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