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2025 6th gen 4Runner Official Reveal Thread

Discussion in '6th Gen 4Runners (2025+)' started by TexasFunRunner, Apr 8, 2024.

  1. May 12, 2024 at 9:13 AM
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    Turd Ferguson

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    Isn’t that just because inflation is out of control? All used vehicles are way more expensive than they normally would have been.
     
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  2. May 12, 2024 at 6:05 PM
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    I drove an 84 once. Loved it. Tell us more about your project, it sounds great. How much time, difficulty of getting parts, etc. And maybe the ballpark sales price. :thumbsup:
     
  3. May 12, 2024 at 6:35 PM
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    Started with the usual, gas, spark, air. Drained the old gas, added some bg44K almost straight. Got the old girl humming, pulled off all the old vac lines, pulled the carb, rebuilt, adjusted the slow idle set screw, wrapped up. Went for a cruise. FJ60's are double walled metal so off to the internet for parts. Ordered hood/fender out of New Hampshire. Stripped the interior, looking for seep on the underside. Front main/ rear main seals were smoked. Pulled the Tranny, seals in, ordered knuckle kit for the fronts, pinion seal, rewound original starter, found used front and rear bumpers, snake blinders. Buddy resurfaced the clutch plate, belts, battery, new vac sensors. Prep time, prime sand, fill prime sand fill, go to paint, reassemble, clear coat, wax, sound barrier down, new carpet, post. Gentleman out the west slope drove in. Claimed his father work for Toyota. It was his "dream" to buy the fj60 for him! Total BS. Made a deal, donated profits to Children's Hospital, Saint Judes, Samaritans purse. We saw the Fj60 sell in Denver for 30 percent more than what we sold it for. I'm not complaining, it was a great project for us.
     
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  4. May 13, 2024 at 5:16 AM
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    probably not. its still apples to oranges comparison.

    you are comparing the old LC that were built with a 25yr lifespan in mind vs a suv that was a general purpose vehicle.

    old LC had thicker and/or beefier components, hence the 25 yr min lifespan.
     
  5. May 14, 2024 at 8:03 AM
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    Falken Wildpeak AT3W 265/70/17. KDSS
    Wonder if I have 17” TRD Pro wheels if they will fit on a 2025 Limited? I think they should. Anyone think otherwise? plan to get a 2025 limited but the tires and wheels will need to be changed asap
     
  6. May 14, 2024 at 8:23 AM
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    I believe that wheels will not be compatible. I can't remember what I was told center bore possibly. I'm sure someone will chime in, but I know there is some change that would make it so you couldn't use the 25+ wheels on the 24 models as I wanted to get a set of the TrailHunters for my 5th gen.
     
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  7. May 14, 2024 at 8:32 AM
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    Oh. Good info. Was planning on getting some TRD wheels for my 2023 and using them until I trade in then swapping to my 2025. Guess I’ll hold off on that
     
  8. May 14, 2024 at 9:02 AM
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    Yeah, I'd wait until you can verify. Or buy them and use them now and hold on to your stock wheels. When you sell/trade, put the stocks back on and sell the TRD wheels as they sell quick. Best of both worlds if you aren't caring about recouping money right now from your old wheels
     
  9. May 14, 2024 at 9:15 AM
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    Looks like stock size tires for 2025 Pro and Trailhunter are 265/70R-18
     
  10. May 14, 2024 at 9:22 AM
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    New Tacoma
    BFG KO2
    285/70/17

    on stock wheels and stock suspension. No rub, no mods needed.



    tock-factory-wheels-2024-tacoma-trd-off-_6077638675a4018a1e35f7decf84aa1b2b2ef4fb.jpg
     
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  11. May 14, 2024 at 9:28 AM
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    Is it the same bolt pattern and hub bore as the current 4Runner?

    I'm surprised 17's fit. I assumed they went to 18" to clear bigger brakes.
     
  12. May 14, 2024 at 9:40 AM
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    I believe the bolt pattern is but the bore is not but I'd let someone who knows for sure be the final say on that
     
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  13. May 14, 2024 at 3:26 PM
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    Interiors are the same.
    Frame is the same.
    Engines are the same.
    Suspension is the same (except 4Runner has diff tuning).
    Wheels ... ?

    Obviously nobody has seen the entire spec sheet for the new 4Runner for all the dimension, so nobody really knows. But given the fact everything else is the same, and given fact Toyota came out and said they tried to "share components as much as possible" ...
     
  14. May 14, 2024 at 4:20 PM
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    I was asking if it was the same as the current 4Runner. I already assumed it would share suspension and brake components with the 6th gen 4Runner.
     
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  15. May 15, 2024 at 5:07 AM
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    I,d like to think that was the reason also, but I think a lot of it is looks. They wanted the 33s to make off-roaders happy, but they also have to satisfy the marketing department who tell them most consumers irrationally have been conditioned to think high profile tires = old and outdated.
     
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  16. May 15, 2024 at 6:14 AM
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    That makes sense to me.

    Based on things I'm hearing about the ability to clear larger tires without butchering the frame, and if 17's fit, that should make the upgrade more appealing to some.
     
  17. May 15, 2024 at 6:43 AM
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    Yeah, my buddy got a new Tundra, TRD off road package. It comes with 33s on 20 inch wheels...
    Basically the same amount of rubber as my Rav4.
     
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  18. May 19, 2024 at 8:03 PM
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    Grab a 2024 Pro? Or wait for a 2025 Pro?
     
  19. May 19, 2024 at 8:48 PM
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    Can't think of a reason to make it worth shelling out to upgrade to a '24 from a '21.

    As for '25, I'd let the people who want it now to shell out for markups and wait for teething issues to pass or anything to reveal itself because there's no way it's not pricey when it drops.
     
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  20. May 19, 2024 at 11:40 PM
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    Seems like the new 4runner is becoming the new taco...and toyota is catering more on the out door off-roading...but what about the non off roaders who just wants a new sexy luxurous 4runner to cruise around in the city in ?......There's gotta be more trims on the way.

    Honestly I'm just not feeling the new 'Runner, even if I had the bread,I'll rather buy a '24 TRD Off-Road Premium.....5th Gen 4 Life !!!
     
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  21. May 20, 2024 at 4:02 AM
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    thats what the limited and platinum is for
     
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    This. They just aren't advertising those as much because they need to be pushing the shit out of the off road packages to get people to shell out the bags and bags of cash for them
     
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    2025 4Runner has 9 trims.
    1. SR5:
      • Standard i-FORCE engine with 278 horsepower and 317 lb.-ft. of torque.
      • 8-inch multimedia touchscreen display.
      • Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 suite.
      • Available in 2WD, part-time 4WD, or full-time 4WD.
    2. TRD Sport:
      • Adds sporty styling elements.
      • Upgraded suspension for a smoother ride.
      • Available in 2WD, part-time 4WD, or full-time 4WD.
    3. TRD Sport Premium:
      • Adds premium features like heated seats and upgraded audio system.
      • Available in 2WD, part-time 4WD, or full-time 4WD.
    4. TRD Off-Road:
      • Enhanced off-road capability with features like Multi-Terrain Select and CRAWL Control.
      • Electronic locking rear differential.
      • Available in part-time 4WD or full-time 4WD.
    5. TRD Off-Road Premium:
      • Adds luxury features like leather-trimmed seats and power moonroof.
      • Available in part-time 4WD or full-time 4WD.
    6. Limited:
      • Top-of-the-line luxury features including leather-trimmed seats and JBL audio system.
      • Available in full-time 4WD.
    7. Platinum:
      • Brand new for 2025, adds exclusive styling elements and premium amenities.
      • Available in full-time 4WD.
    8. TRD Pro:
      • Ultimate off-road capability with features like FOX shocks and skid plates.
      • Available in part-time 4WD.
    9. Trailhunter:
      • Built for serious off-road adventures with features like ARB shocks and rock rails.
      • Available in full-time 4WD.
     
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  24. May 20, 2024 at 10:39 AM
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    Wait the Trailhunter is only full-time 4wd?
     
  25. May 20, 2024 at 10:53 AM
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    I'll have to double check that.

    On the new Tacomas (from toyota website)
    • Full-Time 4WD Standard on Limited grade with On-Demand 4WD on TRD Sport, TRD Off Road, TRD Pro, Trailhunter Grades

    On the new 4Runners (from toyota website)

    4Runner will be offered in 2WD, part-time 4WD or Full-time 4WD. 2WD models will feature an automatic limited-slip differential (Auto LSD), and four-wheel-drive models have an electronically controlled two-speed transfer case with high/low range along with Active Traction Control (A-TRAC) and an automatic limited-slip differential (Auto LSD). An electronic locking rear differential is standard on TRD Off-Road, TRD Pro and Trailhunter grades. The Limited is offered with an available a full-time four-wheel-drive system with a center locking differential on i-FORCE MAX models, while this setup is standard on Platinum grades.

    The Multi-Terrain Select system now functions in both 4WD-High and 4WD-Low. This offers adjustable settings to help control wheel spin on a variety of terrain such as Mud, Dirt, and Sand. 4Runner also adopts the new, quieter CRAWL Control function that acts as a low-speed, off-road cruise control that allows the driver to focus on steering. When traction is extremely limited, the available electronically activated locking rear differential can help split power 50/50 to the rear wheels. Downhill Assist Control is another off-road feature available and helps the driver navigate descents by limiting
     
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    limited FT4WD is only available in the HV version, if you get the non HV version do you get a the part time 4wd system or the 2wd version only?

    platinum only comes in HV version if i remember correctly which means FT4WD only.
     
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  27. May 20, 2024 at 4:28 PM
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    I don't recall any youtuber saying the taco trail hunter was full time let alone the 4 runner. Thought is was only the limited and maybe the Plat 4runner
     
  28. May 20, 2024 at 4:57 PM
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    Just so you can hear me in the back the Trail hunter does not have full time 4 wheel drive so why would the 4runner trail hunter have it .

    The first ever i-FORCE MAX Tacoma also brings standard 4-wheel drive that is ready for the road or trail. TRD and Trailhunter grades have standard part-time 4-wheel drive with an electronically controlled 2-speed transfer case. When the trail gets truly demanding, a front Stabilizer Disconnect Mechanism is standard on TRD Pro and Trailhunter and is available on TRD Off-Road. The premium Limited i-FORCE MAX grade has full-time 4-wheel drive with an electronic locking center differential and a
     

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