Used 1993 Toyota4Runner SR5 V6 3.0L SUV

  • VIN: JT3VN39W2P0106366
  • Stock: 106366
    207,045 miles
    Exterior Color
    Interior Color
    3.0L V-6 cyl
    Toyota 4Runner

    Highlighted Features

    • Split folding rear seat
    • Rear window wiper

    Detailed Specifications

    • Front anti-roll bar
    • Power steering
    • Rear anti-roll bar
    • Front seats: bucket
    • Split folding rear seat
    • Cylinder configuration: V-6
    • Drive type: four-wheel
    • Engine liters: 3.0
    • Engine location: front
    • Fuel tank capacity: 17.2gal.
    • Horsepower: 150hp @ RPM
    • Recommended fuel: Regular Unleaded
    • Torque: 180 lb.-ft. @ RPM
    • Transmission: 5 speed manual
    • Pin stripe
    • Skid plates
    • Engine horsepower: 150hp @ RPM
    • Engine torque: 180 lb.-ft. @ RPM
    • Rear window wiper
    • Tachometer
    • Voltmeter

    Dealer Notes

    The 1993 Toyota 4Runner!

    This SUV combines world-recognized style and capability with pickup truck practicality and plenty of off-road grunt! Toyota infused the interior with top shelf amenities, such as: skid plates, rear wipers, and a split folding rear seat. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the refined 6 cylinder engine, providing a spirited, yet composed ride and drive. Four wheel drive allows you to go places you've only imagined.

    Our sales reps are knowledgeable and professional. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Please don't hesitate to give us a call. Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book -
    Overall4.3Out of 5
    • 92 4Runner

      By John on Tuesday, October 30, 2007

      Honestly this is a awesome truck! I bought mine from a guy who had obviously never driven it off-road and always babied it in virtually perfect shape 150K on it not running for $2500. It had been sitting on the side of the guys house covered and under a carport for a few years not running cause it would crank but not start. I drained the tank and used the 3-4gal that was in it in my lawn mower, replaced the bad fuel pump, put a new fuel filter, new battery, 2 fuses and I've been driving it since and it now has almost 400K on it. I just follow the manufacturers maintenance schedule and it's been a great truck!
    • Great SUV fun to drive

      By Austieo on Wednesday, July 25, 2012

      this has been a great truck, mine is lifted with 31" tires and for the most part gets decent gas around 19mpg the 4x4 works great both on and off the road!! I did have to put in a new timing belt but it only cost me like $500 so I could not complain!!
    • 17 Years of dependability

      By konabish on Monday, November 07, 2011

      My odometer is just over 65,000 miles. NO, it did not 'turn'. Original owner! R/T to work 2.2 miles, now retired. Most mileage was of course trips, at usually 1,000 miles or more. I bought the whole pkg, incl 4-door, roof rack, running boards, great sound system, leather. People ask me to sell, nope. Love the tawny brown color. I can afford a new car, this SUV makes me ask why. To explain that AND give the reader (Hi!) what you need, I'll do this PRO/CON. PROS: I enjoy driving it. Quality workmanship - Few parts have failed - Beautifully designed, so it still looks 'new'. Tho' smaller than today's, 5 passengers ride comfortably, and storage is good after flipping the back seats down. Height is good for seeing traffic ahead on the freeway, which I see as a must. My leather upholstery holds up very well. I have a great factory sound system; good speakers in back. Sun roof is fantastic. Big, with a sliding shade. I've had no problems with the engine or drive train. It always passes smog. I did replace all tires at around 50K miles. 4WD is great; though I don't offroad regularly I compare to my old 4x4 Jeep, and as long as you watch clearance closely and avoid stuff that will scrape the paint, etc., it's great for some off-roading. CONS: Terrible gas mileage is the common complaint. Best I ever got was driving 70 mph, long trip, straight flat road = 16 mpg. City? fuggitaboutit. 12, sometimes 10. Engine power is great once you get up to speed, and the road is flat. It quickly bogs down on hills, even 'empty'; if a road hog slows you down you'll never get your speed back up as long as you are climbing. I think I hate this the most. Except maybe safety. No airbags, only standard across the chest

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