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2018 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Nissan Pathfinder

The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is an SUV designed with adventure at its core, built from the ground up to offer exceptional performance no matter the terrain. It does this through a strong engine and a wealth of great performance features, allowing it to tackle just about anything that's thrown at it. This, combined with an excellent cargo volume and amazing interior comfort features, make it a vehicle that's perfect for any adventure! However, this amazing SUV isn't without its competition. The 2018 Nissan Pathfinder is a tough opponent, and it offers a ton for its price, making it a hard choice for any interested individual.

Thankfully, we at Heritage Toyota can help make the choice easier! We're experts at all things vehicle, especially when it comes to comparing them to find the best deal! That said, we've done the research for you on these two great SUVs. Look at the table below to learn more!

2018 Toyota 4Runner


2018 Nissan Pathfinder


Driver's Multi-Adjustable Power Seat Not Available

47.2 Cubic Ft.

Cargo Volume 16.2 Cubic Ft.
270 Horsepower Base Horsepower 294 Horsepower
278 lb-ft Base Torque 259 lb-ft

Test Drive the 2018 Toyota 4Runner in South Burlington VT

As seen from the table above, the 2018 Toyota 4Runner takes the clear lead in many of the categories we've compared these two vehicles in! The new Toyota 4Runner has a higher base torque than the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder, offering up to 278 lb-ft vs 259 lb-ft. It also has a much larger cargo volume overall, over 30 cubic feet more total cargo space than the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder! The new Toyota 4Runner also offers a standard power multi-adjustable driver's seat, which the Nissan Pathfinder does not.

However, the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder does take the lead in terms of higher base horsepower, offering 294 horsepower compared to the 2018 Toyota 4Runner's 270. This means that it offers more engine power, but this is balanced out by the Toyota 4Runner's higher torque. Overall, between these two, the 2018 Toyota 4Runner is the better deal, offering you more for your money!

So, if you want a vehicle that isn't afraid to tackle adventure head on and offers you a ton of great features while doing so, look no further than the 2018 Toyota 4Runner! For more information, or to take it for a test drive, contact us at Heritage Toyota today!