Jeep Wrangler vs Toyota 4Runner
If a sport utility vehicle is exactly what your regular Somerset, New Bedford, or Fall River drives need, the Jeep Wrangler and the Toyota 4Runner are two that are certainly worth checking out. That’s why Stateline CJDR has put together the following comparison.
We’ll be providing you with a closer look at both by examining what each one has to offer when it comes to comfort, convenience, and performance. Continue reading to find out how they stack up to one another.
Jeep Wrangler vs Toyota 4Runner: Interior Specs
You’re sure to agree that comfort plays an important role in choosing the right motor vehicle. While the 2019 Wrangler and the 2019 4Runner have a lot to offer in this area, the Jeep Wrangler manages to go a bit further.
For instance, in the front seats, it provides you and one of your passengers with a headroom measurement that comes to 42.6 inches. That extra space is sure to come in handy whenever you’re off-roading on bumpy trails. The passengers in the back have it just as nice. The 41.7 inches of headroom and 35.7 inches of legroom give them ample room to stretch out and enjoy the ride.
Unfortunately, you won’t find such generous measurements in the Toyota 4Runner. The headroom up front is only 39.3 inches, and the headroom and legroom in the back row also fall short at 34.3 inches and 29.3 inches, respectively.
Convenience is another key area to consider when picking out your next car. The 2019 Jeep Wrangler allows you to quickly access all of your infotainment system controls, as it’s available with a 7-inch touchscreen display. The Toyota 4Runner only has a 6.1-inch touchscreen display.
Other convenient elements that help the Wrangler stand out from the 4Runner include the standard full-length floor console that gives you even more stowing potential, the available Ambient LED Interior Lighting for a boost in style, and the standard Trailer Sway Damping to add an extra level of control when towing. None of these features are found in the Toyota 4Runner.
The Jeep Wrangler continues to impress as we move on to what these two SUVs have to offer in terms of performance. The Wrangler has two engine possibilities. It comes standard with a 3.6L Pentastar® V6 that produces 285 horsepower with 260 lb-ft of torque. It’s also available with a 2.0L Direct-Injection Turbo engine that has an output of 270 horsepower as well as 295 lb-ft of torque. The only engine you’ll find in the 4Runner is a 4.0L V6 with 270 horsepower and 278 lb-ft of torque.
Jeep Wrangler vs Toyota 4Runner: Choosing the Right SUV for You
With its superior aspects of comfort, convenience, and performance, the Jeep Wrangler pulls ahead of the Toyota 4Runner quite effectively. If this comparison has piqued your interest in finding out how else the Jeep Wrangler can take your daily commutes around Somerset, New Bedford, or Fall River to the next level, all you have to do is contact the Stateline CJDR team to schedule your test drive.