Toyota 4Runner vs. Highlander have different qualities to service customers

January 5th, 2015 by

2015 Toyota 4Runner

2015 Toyota 4Runner vs. 2015 Toyota Highlander

It would seem the trend in the current SUV class is to make vehicles smaller and more suited for daily commuting and little else. If that is a direction you would like to take, the sales professionals at Toyota of Naperville would be more than happy to point you in that direction with an excellent model like the Toyota RAV4. But some families have already outgrown the dimensions of that particular model. There are still two models available in our showroom that offer a bit more room and capability. Comparing the 2015 Toyota 4Runner vs. 2015 Toyota Highlander opens up a different world of possibilities.


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2015 Toyota 4Runner There are more than a few similarities to be had when looking at the 2015 Toyota 4Runner vs. 2015 Toyota Highlander. Both vehicles offer three rows of seating and can share are number of premium accessories as a part of the various trim packages that are available. Furthermore, both vehicles also can have a powerful V-6 engine placed under the hood to make well more than 250 horsepower. The two vehicles also have fairly similar scores in the areas of fuel-economy and peak towing capacity.

Where the comparison between the 2015 Toyota 4Runner vs. 2015 Toyota Highlander begins to split is in designated mission. By and large, customers of Toyota of Naperville that are looking at the 2015 4Runner are likely going to be more of the outdoor-types. With just about every terrain-management component and traction-control device installed from the factory, the 2015 Toyota 4Runner is out-of-the-box ready to perform in the dirt and the mud. As for the 2015 Toyota Highlander, it has some of the off-road chops of the 4Runner, but it is truly more at home being a family-hauler that also can get a little dirty in need be.

When it comes right down to it when looking at the 2015 Toyota 4Runner vs. 2015 Toyota Highlander, the better vehicle is more about what a customer’s needs are. The 4Runner has all of the tools to be great vehicle for those that like to explore the wilderness and the Highlander offers a comfortable daily-driving experience. To take a closer look at either vehicle, contact a Toyota of Naperville sales professional today to schedule a test drive.

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