2014 Toyota 4Runner and Tacoma Prices Announced

2014 Toyota 4Runner and Tacoma Prices Announced

With 2014 models landing on dealership lots Toyota just announced pricing for two of its utility vehicles, the redesigned 4Runner and its versatile Tacoma compact pickup truck.

The fifth-generation 4Runner is a capable midsize sport utility vehicle. Like SUVs of years past it features an old-school body-on-frame architecture for maximum ruggedness and off-road capability. Drivers can choose between either rear- or four-wheel drive.

Base price for an entry-level 4×2 SR5 model is $32,820, while the 4×4 stickers for $34,695. Both figures represent a 4 percent increase ($1,330) compared to their respective outgoing versions.


The range-topping 4Runner Limited kicks off at $41,365 in two-wheel-drive format, while the off road-ready four-wheeler starts at $43,400. These models are 6 percent pricier ($2,370) than today’s offerings.

Splitting the difference between SR5 and Limited versions is the Trail model. Unlike its siblings prices have actually gone down by $1,430, or 4 percent. A 4×4 model starts at $35,725 while a premium version goes for $38,645.

All models are powered by a 4.0-liter V6 engine that delivers 270 horsepower. A five-speed automatic is the only transmission offered.


The 2014 Toyota Tacoma is priced to sell. A 4×2 regular-cab model starts at $17,875. That gets you a four-cylinder engine and a five-speed-manual transmission.

However, if you go whole hog and pick up a 4×4 V6 Double Cab long-bed version with an automatic plan on spending $28,285. Across-the-board price increases for the Tacoma average 100 bucks.

All figures listed above EXCLUDE destination and delivery fees, which are $860.

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