2018 Jeep Wrangler vs. 2018 Toyota 4Runner Andrews, TX
The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler and the 2018 Toyota 4Runner have hit the streets, and they are making a show of it. Which has left drivers wondering which vehicle will be a better fit for them and their lifestyle. Benny Boyd Andrews is here to help make the head to head comparison of each vehicle to make sure you’re getting all that you desire out of your next vehicle purchase.
2018 Jeep Wrangler
You can take on the trails in comfort behind the wheel of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler with premium seating and storage options to help you get the most out of every trip. A lockable center console, premium instrument cluster and heated front seats are all held inside the cabin of the Wrangler, and they're all there to offer you the best in comfort while you're making the most of every adventure. And, every 2018 Wrangler comes standard with a durable and washable interior with drain plugs. So go ahead and indulge in some good, not-so-clean fun.
Trail Rated: Tough - every 2018 Jeep Wrangler proudly wears the Trail Rated badge, signifying its ability to perform well under various off-road conditions. It carries on the Jeep Brand tradition of having legendary traction, ground clearance, maneuverability, articulation and water fording abilities. The Trail Rated Jeep Wrangler effortlessly tackles difficult conditions and terrain as you embark on your next adventure. Whether battling snow, rock, sand or mud the incredible 4x4 capability of the Wrangler will have you through sticky situations and on to your next trail.
2018 Toyota 4Runner
The 4Runner comes in six different trim levels. The base is the SR5 which comes with 17-inch wheels, skid plates, a power liftgate, and fog lights. A step up to the TRD Off-Road will get you wider 17-inch wheels, a locking rear differential, and crawl control. The Premium trim adds power-adjustable mirrors and some interior upgrades. The TRD Pro is the off-roaders dream. This comes with the features of the TRD Off-road and adds Bilstein dampers, all-terrain tires, and upgraded front springs along with a front skid plate. The top-level Limited model comes with the luxury features, and it adds a different suspension system, 20-inch wheels, and a sunroof.
All the 4Runner models come with the same 4-liter V-67 engine. This produces 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque, and Toyota pairs it with a five-speed automatic transmission. The SR5 and the Limited offer the option for either rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, while the TRD models come only with four-wheel drive. There is also a low-range transfer case for the four-wheel drive versions of all the models except the Limited and the Premium.
Great off-road capability
Surprisingly smooth on-road ride
Quick-shifting eight-speed automatic
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Excellent off-road credentials
Surprisingly comfortable on-road ride
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Benny Boyd Andrews is here to help make sure that you make the right decision when it comes to your vehicle. Come test drive the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler and see for yourself why its the right choice, every time.