Toyota 4Runner vs Nissan Pathfinder
Why The New 2018 Toyota 4Runner Is The Superior SUV Over The 2018 Nissan Pathfinder
Built For A Good Time
One thing the 2018 Toyota 4Runner offers that that Nissan Pathfinder can’t is an off-road reputation. The Toyota 4Runner has been known for its ability on the road less traveled and it only got better in 2018 with 2 different available 4-Wheel Drive (4WD) systems.
The new Toyota 4Runner’s SR5 4WD and TRD Off-Road models both utilize a part-time 4WD system with Active Traction Control (A-TRAC), while the Limited 4WD trim works with a full-time 4WD system with (A-TRAC), as well as Torsen® limited-slip center differential with a locking feature.
The 2018 Toyota 4Runner also offers an available Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System and Crawl Control for optimum traction, a Multi-Terrain Select feature and more. Don’t restrict yourself to the pavement. Drivers in Columbus, GA, LaGrange, GA, and Auburn-Opelika, AL, can check out the new Toyota 4Runner today at Rivertown Toyota.
Plenty Of Capacity For Plenty Of Fun
If you’re looking for adventure, chances are you have a lot to pack. That’s why a versatile SUV like the 2018 Toyota 4Runner comes in handy.
In the standard, 5-seater new Toyota 4Runner, you’ll have a generous 47.2 cubic feet of storage. That’s almost 3x the storage of any 2018 Nissan Pathfinder. If you plan on bringing the family, the 2018 Toyota 4Runner’s SR5 and Limited grades offer a third row for spacious seating for 7.
The optional third row is also engineered with 50/50 folding capability, and the second row has 40/20/40 fold-flat capability, giving you up to 88.8 cu. ft. of cargo capacity. Drivers also have access to power rear glass, a sliding rear cargo deck and a Smart Key System, which illuminates the SUV when you approach it and allows you to open the liftgate and doors with a touch of the handle.
If you’re a traveling family, drive the road trip-friendly new Toyota 4Runner. Visit Rivertown Toyota today.
Safety The Toyota Way
The safe option doesn’t have to be the boring option. The fun and always off-road ready 2018 Toyota 4Runner also happens to be the smart choice.
With Toyota’s standard Star Safety System™, the new Toyota 4Runner is equipped with 6 innovative safety features, which include:
- Vehicle Stability Control
- Traction Control
- An Anti-Lock Brake System
- Brake Assist
- Electronic Brake-Force Distribution
- Smart Stop Technology®
The 2018 Toyota 4Runner also comes with a standard integrated backup camera, as well as 8 standard airbags and side-impact door beams. The new Toyota 4Runner offers a safe way to enjoy driving. Visit Rivertown Toyota for a test drive today.
Upgrades Aren’t Necessary
One advantage the 2018 Toyota 4Runner has is its long list of standard features that you won’t find in the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder.
Let’s start tech, like the new Toyota 4Runner’s 8-speaker sound system and multi-adjustable power seat, neither of which come standard on the Pathfinder. The 2018 Toyota 4Runner also offers the little things, such as heated exterior mirrors, illuminated vanity mirrors and a leather steering wheel. On its exterior, the new Toyota 4Runner offers a standard skid plate for underbody protection, as well as a standard tow package and trailer hitch.
If you’re looking for an SUV in Columbus, GA, near LaGrange, GA or Auburn-Opelika, AL, drive one that gives you what you want. Test-drive the 2018 Toyota 4Runner at Rivertown Toyota.