The Toyota 4Runner is an excellent choice for those interested in an SUV that doesn’t shy away from a little dirt, mud, or hard work. The 2017 4Runner is a tough and rugged SUV, but it also has a number of premium features that make it a comfortable ride for driver and passengers. If you’re interested in a versatile SUV with plenty of seats, the 4Runner is a good choice. Take a look below to see its interior seating options and how many seats it has!
2017 Toyota 4Runner Seating Capacity
The 2017 Toyota 4Runner comes standard with five seats, but an available option can increase this to seven. In addition to the 40/20/40 second-row bench, the 2017 4Runner can also be equipped with a 50/50 split third-row seat. Unlike some other SUVs on the market, it won’t be a journey to get back to the last row, either. This is because Toyota has also equipped the 4Runner with a passenger-side one-touch access to the third row, which easily slides it forward with minimal effort.
Which 2017 Toyota 4Runner trims can have a third row of seats?
The trims for the 2017 Toyota 4Runner are split right down the middle on if they offer the available third-row seat or not. If you’re interested in the ability to have extra passengers, then you’ll want to look into the SR5, SR5 Premium, or Limited trim. If you want the 4Runner mostly for its off-road capabilities, then you might enjoy the TRD Off-Road, TRD Off-Road Premium, and TRD Pro.
Test drive the 2017 Toyota 4Runner in Saint Albans VT
Interested in giving the 2017 Toyota 4Runner a test drive to see if it’s the right SUV for you? Feel free to come by Heritage Toyota to see the 4Runner with five and seven seats!