2016 Toyota 4Runner vs 2016 Toyota Sequoia
Toyota has a number of SUVs from compact crossovers to full-size SUVs and while they all have the key characteristics that make SUVs great, each available Toyota model offers its own set of unique qualities. The Toyota 4Runner and Toyota Sequoia are two of Toyota's largest SUVs so if you are in the market for a midsize or full-size SUV, check out our comparison of the 2016 Toyota 4Runner vs 2016 Toyota Sequoia to find what SUV is the perfect match for you.
The 2016 Toyota 4Runner is a midsize SUV that has a five-seating standard and optional seven-passenger seating. The 2016 Toyota Sequoia is a full-size SUV that offers customers eight-passenger seating. The standard engine for the 4Runner is a 4.0-liter V6 engine that produces 270 horsepower while the larger Sequoia receives a 5.7-liter V8 engine which produces 381 horsepower. The Sequoia is known for its excellent road handling and smooth ride, making this full-size SUV a great choice for families that need extended space. The 4Runner offers customers a practical SUV for families as well, the 4Runner features a more rugged truck-based body that makes the midsize SUV great for off-road work.
|2016 Toyota 4Runner||VS||2016 Toyota Sequoia|
|4.0-Liter V6 Engine with 270 HP||Standard Engine||5.7-Liter V8 Engine with 381 HP|
|5,000 lbs.||Standard Towing||7,400 lbs.|
Test Drive the 2016 Toyota 4Runner and 2016 Toyota Sequoia in Burlington, VT
The 2016 Toyota 4Runner is available in four trim levels: SR5, Trail, TRD Pro and Limited. Aside from the differences in towing capacity, seating capacity, price and engine specs the 4Runner and Sequoia offer customers a different lineup of features. Standard features on the base 4Runner SR5 include skid plates, mud guards, a tow hitch, hill-start assist, a rearview camera, heated exterior mirrors, rear privacy glass, LED taillights, roof rails, a power liftgate window, keyless entry, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and more.
The 2016 Toyota Sequoia is offered in three trims: SR5, Limited and Platinum. Standard features on the base Sequoia SR5 include heated mirrors, windshield wiper de-icer, keyless entry, running boards, a power rear window and towing preparation, 40/20/40-split second-row bench seating with sliding and reclining functionality, Entune Audio Plus and more.
Interested in test driving the 2016 Toyota 4Runner or the 2016 Toyota Sequoia? Give us a call at Heritage Toyota in South Burlington, VT to schedule a test drive or for more information on the Toyota SUVs.