The 2021 Toyota 4Runner SUV gets brighter with LED headlights and fog lights, and the price gets stronger to boot. The average price increase for the 4Runner is about $300, boosted by an increase in the mandatory destination charge from $1,120 in 2020 to $1,175 in 2021. Toyota announced the 4Runner’s price Thursday.
Toyota spruced up the venerable but aging 4Runner with a Trail Special Edition that add some off-road elements to the truck-based SUV. TRD Pro models get some upgrades as well, but aside from the front lighting the other trims remain the same except for the price.
Prices listed below factor in the new destination charge across the model line.
The 2021 Toyota 4Runner SR5 in rear-wheel drive starts at $36,340, which is an increase of $275 over 2020. In addition to LED headlights, it comes with Toyota’s suite of driver-assistance features, an 8.0-inch…