2001 toyota 4runner

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2001 Toyota 4Runner

The Toyota 4Runner represents one of the tougher trucks in Toyota’s lineup. While the newly redesigned RAV4 and the all-new Highlander are car-based SUVs, the 4Runner, like the Land Cruiser, provides the two-speed transfer case and suspension travel needed for serious off-road driving. The 4Runner has all of the sturdy stuff you need to venture beyond civilized roads.

It can also be fitted with leather upholstery, automatic climate control, and other luxury features.

Overall, the 4Runner is easy to drive, gives a comfortable highway ride, secure handling, and provides lots of storage room. The standard V6 engine and four-speed automatic transmission delivers snappy acceleration performance.

Traction control for rear-wheel drive models, anti-lock brakes, and stability control are all standard features for 2001.

Model Lineup

All 4Runners come in a four-door body style. They are available with two- or four-wheel drive, in two trim levels: SR5 and Limited.

The four-cylinder engine was dropped for 2001, leaving the excellent 183-horsepower V6 as the standard powerplant. The five-speed manual transmission was also discontinued; a four-speed electronically controlled automatic is standard.

Prices range from the $26,335 SR5 two-wheel-drive 4Runner to the $36,105 Limited with V6, four-wheel drive, leather and power everything.

Walkaround

The 4Runner shares strong family ties and many components with the nearly unbreakable Toyota pickup trucks. Look at any Toyota and you’ll find that everything about it is well done and logical. Thoughtful features abound. The last complete redesign was in 1996. The 2001 models receive a redesigned front grille and new taillights.

The 3.4-liter twin-cam V6 is a sweetheart, delivering 183 horsepower and 217 pound-feet of torque, which allows towing trailers up to 5000 pounds. Expect fuel economy to be around 16/19 mpg city/highway for four-wheel drive models; rear-wheel drive versions achieve about 1 more mpg overall.

For 2001, a center differential lock switch has been provided on the instrument panel so that the locking and unlocking of the center differential can be controlled by the push of a button. This allows the driver to make the choice of positively locking both rear wheels and one of the fronts together, meaning at least three tires will be clawing their way through muck or slush.

Interior Features

As with all Toyotas, the 4Runner accommodates its passengers well. (The previous-generation, pre-1996, 4Runners required the passengers to make allowances for the vehicle.) Although not the roomiest in its class, the 4Runner offers enough space for five adults with comfortable room behind the front seats. The rear seat is split 50/50. This was useful when three of us drove to a restaurant with all of my fishing gear, including some two-piece nine-foot fly rods.

As a result of the ground clearance necessary to deal with serious off-road use, the 4Runner sits somewhat higher than some of the competition. This means that shorter people may find it less convenient to get in and out. But most of us find getting in and out of the 4Runner easy.

All controls are where you expect and need them and operate logically and easily, from your first grab of the door handle to turning on the wipers or using a cup holder. There’s nothing goofy here, no awkward result of some stylist’s whim. Just simple, appreciated correctness, which adds up to a high degree of operating ease. The instrument panel is arranged for sensible visibility and operation of all control functions. Map pockets, glove boxes, cubbyholes and cup holders add to happiness during long trips. New for 2001 is a modified air conditioner control panel; power door locks are also standard throughout the model line.

The bottoms of the rear seats flip up and the seat backs fold down, presenting a large, flat cargo area. (The rear seat headrests are conveniently stored by sticking them into a pair of holes on the seat bottom.) There was plenty of room for fishing rods and a couple of duffel bags of gear. I stopped at dawn on a long drive from North Carolina to Washington, D.C., and slept comfortably for an hour on the flat cargo floor.

All owners will appreciate a couple of features in the rear. First, the spare tire is mounted underneath, so it doesn’t interfere with cargo access, and doesn’t intrude on cargo space. Second, access to the rear is through a hatch with a separate opening window. A hatch is superior to a door-style tailgate because it opens up and allows you to stand closer to the cargo area when you’re loading stuff. And, if you want to toss small items in the back, just lower the window–it’s power-operated in all models. The 4Runner comes with well-designed big side mirrors, which provide excellent rearward visibility. For all-around convenience, the 4Runner is one of the best of the mid-size (so-called compact) sport-utilities.

Driving Impressions

Toyota’s 4Runner showed off its impressive highway performance on a lengthy drive through Virginia and North Carolina. I was headed to Harker’s Island near the southernmost tip of North Carolina’s Outer Banks to go fishing and quickly found the 4Runner is extremely stable at high speeds.

From a handling standpoint, the 4Runner has one of the best chassis and suspension arrangements in its class. While some mid-size sport-utilities have front suspensions of struts or even live axles, the 4Runner has an independent suspension with upper and lower control arms and coil springs. In the rear, the axle is mounted with a multi-link arrangement and coil springs instead of the more common, and less sophisticated, leaf springs. The 4Runner also has the precise feel of rack-and-pinion steering and a tidy turning circle of 37.4 feet. The result is a combination of ride comfort and handling ease that is exceptionally good for a vehicle of such outstanding off-road and rough-road capabilities.

Living with the 4Runner and driving it on a daily basis is easy and free of hassles. It doesn’t drive exactly like a car, of course, but it’s no truck either. It rides nice, it handles nice, the engine runs great, it’s nimble in tight shopping mall parking lots, and it basically does all the things you’d like it to do in the ways you’d like it to do them. About the only negative I logged was that, like most compact SUVs, the 4Runner does not provide good grip on wet pavement. The rear tires will often spin when trying to take off aggressively in the rain.

We also had the chance to take the 4Runner off-road. With its high ground clearance, aggressive tire pattern and Toyota’s on-demand shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive system, the 4Runner was practically unstoppable. All four-wheel drive models come with a two-speed transfer case that provides low gearing to slowly creep down steep declines. Toyota builds the RAV4 and Highlander for light-duty non-pavement trekking, but also offers the 4Runner, Land Cruiser and Sequoia for those seeking more serious off-road adventures.

Aside from the expected Toyota attention to detail, which is faultless and comprehensive, one of the nicest features is the 3.4-liter V6 engine. Though it lacks the stump-pulling grunt of the V8s available in some of the competition, it’s exceptionally high in smoothness and driving pleasure, with excellent throttle response and a silky feel throughout its wide rev range. And there’s more than enough power to deal with a full load of passengers, luggage and a medium-sized trailer.

Summary

If you don’t require the brute towing power of a V8, you’ll have trouble finding a better mid-size sport-utility vehicle than the 4Runner. It’s a textbook example of insightful, thoughtful, comprehensive care in design and engineering. Everything about it is correctly done. On the critical issues of reliability and durability, the 4Runner and Toyota’s reputation are a tough combination to beat. Plus, it’s an extremely capable off-roader.

Model Line Overview
Model lineup:4x2 SR5 $26,335; 4x2 Limited $33,455; 4x4 SR5 $28,875; 4x4 Limited $36,105
Engines:183-hp 3.4-liter dohc 24v V6
Transmissions:4-speed automatic
Safety equipment (standard):dual air bags, stability control, traction control (for rear-wheel drive models), ABS with brake assist standard
Safety equipment (optional):N/A
Basic warranty:3 years/36,000 miles
Assembled in:Tahara, Japan
Specifications As Tested
Model tested (MSPR):4WD Limited V6 $36,105
Standard equipment:(Limited) auto air conditioning, premium AM/FM/Cassette/CD, tilt wheel, ABS, power locks and windows, power tailgate window, power heated mirrors, tachometer, power mirrors, chrome bumpers, rear defogger, power front seats, leather-covered (and heated) seating surfaces and steering wheel, cruise control, intermittent rear wiper/washer, cargo cover, keyless entry, color-coordinated mirrors, body cladding, fender flares, running boards and bumpers, towing receiver hitch, 16-inch alloy wheels
Options as tested (MSPR):cargo net ($45); cargo mat ($74)
Destination charge:$480
Gas guzzler tax:N/A
Price as tested (MSPR):$36704
Layout:four-wheel drive
Engine:3.4-liter dohc 24v V6
Horsepower (lb.-ft @ rpm):183 @ 4800
Torque (lb.-ft @ rpm):217 @ 3600
Transmission:4-speed electronically controlled automatic
EPA fuel economy, city/hwy:16/19 mpg
Wheelbase:105.3 in.
Length/width/height:183.3/70.9/67.5 in.
Track, f/r:59.3/59.5 in.
Turning circle:37.4 ft.
Seating Capacity:5
Head/hip/leg room, f:39.3/49.8/42.6 in.
Head/hip/leg room, m:N/A
Head/hip/leg room, r:38.7/51.3/34.9 in.
Cargo volume:79.8 cu. ft.
Payload:N/A
Towing capacity:5000 Lbs.
Suspension, f:Independent
Suspension, r:live axle
Ground clearance:11.0 in.
Curb weigth:3975 lbs.
Tires:P265/70R-16
Brakes, f/r:disc/disc with ABS
Fuel capacity:18.5 gal.
Unless otherwise indicated, specifications refer to test vehicle. All prices are manufacturer's suggested retail prices (MSPR) effective as of April 25, 2001.Prices do not include manufacturer's destination and delivery charges. N/A: Information not available or not applicable. Manufacturer Info Sources: 1-800-468-6968 - www.toyota.com
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2001 Toyota 4Runner Limited

Key Features & Specs View full specs EPA Classification

The size class is determined by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The size class for cars is determined by the interior passenger and cargo volumes. The size class for trucks is defined by the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), which is the weight of the vehicle and its carrying capacity.

Sport Utility Vehicle MPG/MPGe

EPA estimates for fuel efficiency (measured on a mile-per-gallon basis) are based on laboratory tests conducted by manufacturers according to federal regulations. EPA re-tests about 10% of vehicle models to confirm manufacturers’ results.

20 Highway / 17 City Engine

An engine’s displacement is the total volume of the engine’s combustion chambers, a rough index of the engine’s size and power. This is typically measured in liters (3.2L, for example), though sometimes it is expressed in cubic inches. I-4 and V-6 refer to the configuration and number of cylinders.

Gas V6 3.4L/207 cu in Transmission

The transmission adapts the output of the engine to the drive wheels. Transmissions usually have multiple gear ratios (“gears”) with the ability to switch between them as speed varies (6 gear ratios = “6 Speed”). Transmissions must either be controlled manually by the driver (“Manual Transmission”) or automatically by the vehicle (“Automatic Transmission”). One type of Automatic Transmission is the Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVT) which doesn’t have a fixed number of gears.

Automatic w/OD Drive Train

The drivetrain of a vehicle is the group of components that deliver the engine’s power to the drive wheels. Common configurations include front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.

Rear Wheel Drive Seating

The number of people the car will hold.

5 Horsepower

A unit to measure the power of engines.

183
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2001 Toyota 4Runner Specifications

4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic

Quick Specs

Gas Mileage17 mpg City/20 mpg Hwy
EPA ClassSport Utility Vehicle
Style Name4dr Limited 3.4L Auto (Natl)
DrivetrainRear Wheel Drive
Transmission4-speed electronically-controlled automatic transmission w/OD

Dimensions

EPA ClassificationSport Utility Vehicle
Base Curb Weight (lbs)3710
Second Shoulder Room (in)53.3
Passenger Volume (ft³)87.1
Second Head Room (in)38.7
Front Shoulder Room (in)53.6
Second Hip Room (in)51.3
Front Head Room (in)39.3
Second Leg Room (in)35.0
Track Width, Rear (in)59.5
Height, Overall (in)68.5
Rear Door Opening Width (in)41.7
Length, Overall (in)183.3
Min Ground Clearance (in)10.2
Track Width, Front (in)59.3
Liftover Height (in)- TBD -
Width, Max w/o mirrors (in)70.9
Rear Door Opening Height (in)33.7
Cargo Area Length @ Floor to Seat 1 (in)67.2
Cargo Box (Area) Height (in)38.7
Cargo Area Width @ Beltline (in)48.8
Cargo Volume to Seat 3 (ft³)NA
Cargo Area Length @ Floor to Seat 2 (in)45.1
Cargo Volume to Seat 1 (ft³)79.8
Cargo Box Width @ Wheelhousings (in)38.3
Cargo Area Length @ Floor to Seat 3 (in)NA
Cargo Volume to Seat 2 (ft³)44.6

Fuel Economy

Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx (gal)18.5
EPA Fuel Economy Est - City (MPG)17
EPA Fuel Economy Est - Hwy (MPG)20

Performance Specs

SAE Net Torque @ RPM217 @ 3600
SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM183 @ 4800
DrivetrainRear Wheel Drive
First Gear Ratio (:1)2.804
Transfer Case Gear Ratio (:1), LowNA
Trans Description Cont.Automatic w/OD,
Fourth Gear Ratio (:1)0.705
Final Drive Axle Ratio (:1)4.10
Second Gear Ratio (:1)1.531
Seventh Gear Ratio (:1)NA
Trans Description Cont. AgainElectronic
Transfer Case Gear Ratio (:1), HighNA
Third Gear Ratio (:1)1.000
Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness (in)NA
Brake ABS SystemFour-Wheel
Drum - Rear (Yes or )Yes
Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness (in)12.5 x 0.87
Disc - Front (Yes or )Yes
Rear Drum Diam x Width (in)11.6 x - TBD -
Steering TypePwr Rack & Pinion
Turning Diameter - Curb to Curb (ft)38.1
Steering Ratio (:1), Overall20.0
Turning Diameter - Wall to Wall (ft)39.4
Lock to Lock Turns (Steering)3.5
Spare Tire SizeP265/70R16
Front Tire SizeP265/70R16
Rear Tire SizeP265/70R16
Front Wheel Size (in)16 x 7
Spare Wheel MaterialSteel
Front Wheel MaterialAluminum
Rear Wheel Size (in)16 x 7
Rear Wheel MaterialAluminum
Spare Wheel Size (in)16 x 7
Suspension Type - FrontIndependent
Shock Absorber Diameter - Rear (mm)25
Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.)Coil-Spring
Suspension Type - Rear4-Link
Stabilizer Bar Diameter - Front (in)1.02
Shock Absorber Diameter - Front (mm)30
Suspension Type - Front (Cont.)Double Wishbone
Stabilizer Bar Diameter - Rear (in)0.75

Safety Features

Air Bag-Frontal-DriverYes
Air Bag-Frontal-PassengerYes
Air Bag-Passenger Switch (On/Off)No
Air Bag-Side Body-FrontNo
Air Bag-Side Body-RearNo
Air Bag-Side Head-FrontNo
Air Bag-Side Head-RearNo
Child Safety Rear Door LocksYes
Daytime Running LightsYes
Rollover Protection BarsNo
Other FeaturesDriver & front passenger airbags
4-wheel anti-lock brake system
3-point front/rear seat belts in outboard positions, bench...
Traction control
Side-impact door beams
Rear child protector door locks

Warranty

Corrosion Miles/kmUnlimited
Drivetrain Miles/km60,000

Other Specs

Total Cooling System Capacity (qts)9.4
Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)582
Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)80
Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Wt. (lbs)NA
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt. (lbs)NA
Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Wt. (lbs)NA
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Trailer Wt. (lbs)NA

compare features & specs

Compare 2001 Toyota 4Runner different trims:
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic
4-Door Limited 3.4L Automatic 4WD
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic
4-Door SR5 3.4L Automatic 4WD
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Used 2001 Toyota 4Runner for Sale

2001 Toyota 4Runner - A SUV for real life

The thing I like most about my 4Runner is the reliability. I bought my 2001 4Runner used in the summer of 2013 with 230,000 miles on it. Since then, aside from basic maintenance (i.e., changing oil, breaks, new tires), this thing is still going strong past the 310,000 mile mark with no signs of slowing. As a home owner and outdoorsy type, the room in the back when the seats fold down has helped me lug everything from stall mats to mud caked mountain bikes with minimal degradation to the interior! Also, the ability for the 4wd to power through most problems, be it a Minnesota snow bank or muddy ranch train in Wyoming, makes getting from any point A to any point B stress free. Sure the gas mileage is not the best and the ride can be a little bumpy if you are not used to it, but it is sti... (more)

The thing I like most about my 4Runner is the reliability. I bought my 2001 4Runner used in the summer of 2013 with 230,000 miles on it. Since then, aside from basic maintenance (i.e., changing oil, breaks, new tires), this thing is still going strong past the 310,000 mile mark with no signs of slowing. As a home owner and outdoorsy type, the room in the back when the seats fold down has helped me lug everything from stall mats to mud caked mountain bikes with minimal degradation to the interior! Also, the ability for the 4wd to power through most problems, be it a Minnesota snow bank or muddy ranch train in Wyoming, makes getting from any point A to any point B stress free. Sure the gas mileage is not the best and the ride can be a little bumpy if you are not used to it, but it is still a decent car for a road trip. Some day I know I will have to replace my 4Runner, but when that day comes, I already know I am going to end up with another one, no questions asked.

My favorite memory of my 4Runner was going on road trips with it. Friends and I could load up the back and throw our mountain bikes on a roof rack and take off for a weekend of mountain biking, eating, and exploring.

My favorite memory of my 4Runner was going on road trips with it. Friends and I could load up the back and throw our mountain bikes on a roof rack and take off for a weekend of mountain biking, eating, and exploring.

Top things about my 4Runner that I appreciate are the reliability, the durability, and the 4wd for the winter months or for just when you need it.

Top things about my 4Runner that I appreciate are the reliability, the durability, and the 4wd for the winter months or for just when you need it.

The biggest con would be the gas mileage. For the every day commute, you may not notice it if you work close to home, but at any greater distance, you may notice an impact to the wallet.

The biggest con would be the gas mileage. For the every day commute, you may not notice it if you work close to home, but at any greater distance, you may notice an impact to the wallet.

2001 Toyota 4Runner - Absolutely love it.

I bought a 3rd gen 4Runner SR5 with the 3.4L V6 engine and had very high expectations of the truck beforehand. I must say it has absolutely lived up to my expectations. It is extremely reliable, more than capable in off-road and towing situations, and has enough acceleration and handling to leave most pickup trucks in the dust. If you're like me and are a DIY'er, this truck is amazing. By that, I mean that Toyota made this truck extremely easy to work on. I have done all kinds of maintenance on my own with a minimal PIA. Spark plugs, accessory belts, fluid changes, brakes, fuel filter, oil changes, you name it. Keep in mind, I have only needed to do maintenance that should be done in any vehicle regardless of make/model. My 4Runner is about to hit 300,000mi and the transmission, drive ... (more)

I bought a 3rd gen 4Runner SR5 with the 3.4L V6 engine and had very high expectations of the truck beforehand. I must say it has absolutely lived up to my expectations. It is extremely reliable, more than capable in off-road and towing situations, and has enough acceleration and handling to leave most pickup trucks in the dust. If you're like me and are a DIY'er, this truck is amazing. By that, I mean that Toyota made this truck extremely easy to work on. I have done all kinds of maintenance on my own with a minimal PIA. Spark plugs, accessory belts, fluid changes, brakes, fuel filter, oil changes, you name it. Keep in mind, I have only needed to do maintenance that should be done in any vehicle regardless of make/model. My 4Runner is about to hit 300,000mi and the transmission, drive train, suspension, and engine has all held up without any issues. 10/10 would buy again and again.

Went 4 wheeling around the mountains with some friends. It was pouring rain and the interior was so much more comfortable for everyone compared to my buddy's 2-door Tacoma. Took some really gnarly trails and even came across a Jeep stuck in the mud. Pulled that guy out of it no problem. Still had enough space in the trunk to keep all our camping gear nice and dry. Good times.

Went 4 wheeling around the mountains with some friends. It was pouring rain and the interior was so much more comfortable for everyone compared to my buddy's 2-door Tacoma. Took some really gnarly trails and even came across a Jeep stuck in the mud. Pulled that guy out of it no problem. Still had enough space in the trunk to keep all our camping gear nice and dry. Good times.

Reliability. Cargo space. Ease of maintenance. Power. Versatility. Easier to park than most larger trucks.

Reliability. Cargo space. Ease of maintenance. Power. Versatility. Easier to park than most larger trucks.

Fuel economy. Interior will get ruined if you need to truck loads of nasty materials (wood, broken asphalt, hand tools, etc.) in which case get a pickup truck.

Fuel economy. Interior will get ruined if you need to truck loads of nasty materials (wood, broken asphalt, hand tools, etc.) in which case get a pickup truck.

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