2019 Toyota 4Runner Configurator is Live: Build a TRD Pro From $46,415 [Video]

The 2019 4Runner TRD Pro sees a substantial price hike over the previous model.

The online configurator for the 2019 Toyota 4Runner lineup is now live. This means we now know pricing and options on all trim levels, including the off-road mack-daddy TRD Pro. For those looking at a 2019 Toyota 4Runner, prices have gone up across the range. Here is how things look across the range.

How Much?

The base model SR5 saw a price increase of just $100 to $34,910. The SR5 Premium starts at $38,615. The TRD Off-Road starts at $38,085. TRD Off-Road Premium starts at $39,995. Then there’s the big boy TRD Pro, the big boy, starts at $46,415. That makes it roughly $3,000 more expensive than the last TRD Pro. Finally, the top-spec, fully-loaded Limited model starts at $45,260.

You may be wondering how the TRD Pro managed to gain $3,000 in starting price. Really, there are two big changes from the previous model. The first is the new set of Fox Shocks, which now feature 7 bypass zones in the front and 11 in the rear. Of course, the Tacoma has had Fox Shocks for a while. However, the 4Runner, up until now, had Bilstein shocks.

What about options?

There aren’t a ton of options to choose from. You can pick your choice of paint color: Super White, Midnight Black Metallic, or Voodoo Blue – one of the best paint color names out there. You also have the option for silver-painted rims instead of the normal black ones. Plus you can get some side steps as a dealer-installed option. The other major change is the addition of a factory-mounted roof rack.

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Is this the best 4Runner TRD Pro yet? [Photo: TFLcar]
Are those changes worth it? It depends. A new set of shocks and a roof rack could easily cost you around $3,000. Plus the new shocks are larger and more robust.

Other than some other small trim changes, not much else has changed. The 4Runner still packs a 4.0-liter V6 that makes 270 horsepower and 278 lb-ft of torque. That power is sent through a 5-speed automatic transmission. Sure, a five-speed is old-fashioned with the sorts of transmissions kicking around today, but it is tried and tested. Of course, the TRD Pro has a 1-inch lift compared to the other TRD models. The Pro model also features a locking rear differential and Nitto Terra Grappler tires.

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Giving the 2019 Toyota 4Runner’s Crawl Control a proper test. [Photo: TFLcar]
Stay tuned to TFLcar.com for the latest news, views & real-world reviews and, of course, more news about the 2019 Toyota 4Runner family.

To see the new Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro in action, check out the video below: