2007 Toyota 4Runner Ratings

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Toyota 4Runner 2007
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    2007 Toyota 4Runner

    Defies expectations

    Pros: the 4wd is second to none. Unbelievable.

    Cons: The lack of headroom

    The ONLY complaint is that no one taller than 6'0' could possibly be comfortable driving this car. 2' of headroom are gone due to the sunroof, making it a just-barely fit for 6'0'.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 1 year
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    2007 Toyota 4Runner

    Toyota is supposed to be great but it is not.

    Pros: Sliding rear glass.

    Cons: Teapot sound and the morning brake squeal.

    From day one the brakes have squealed in the mornings and the vehicle sounds like a teapot going off at 60 to 70 mph. Took to the dealership for both problems a few times and they can't duplicate the teapot sound so they don't fix. They say all brakes do that. My Nissan, Dodge and Ford do not do the brake sound. Very disappointed with Toyota.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? No
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 2 years
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    2007 Toyota 4Runner - SR5 V6 4x4

    Pros: space in the trunk

    Cons: none love all the toyota cars

    Advice: none

    Great car

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    2007 Toyota 4Runner - SR5 V6 4x4

    Pros: The looks!

    Cons: Cloth interior - getting leather put in next week

    Advice: Don't fall in love with the local dealer - make them compete!!

    Tested the Avalon, Camry, and the 4Runner and just couldn't get out of the 4Runner - it just kept on calling my name.