The 4Runner has pretty much looked the same since 2010.
That's not a bad thing, mind you. The exterior of this body-on-frame SUV still looks great, especially in this Lime Rush color.
There are a few new features, like standard LED lighting and rear occupancy alert across the board and most grades get blind-spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert.
Under the hood is an ancient 4.0-liter V6 engine with 270 horsepower and 278 pound-feet of torque, mated to an equally archaic 5-speed automatic transmission.
My TRD Pro tester wears Nitto Terra Grappler All Terrains 265/70 on 17-inch wheels.
Yep, the rear window rolls down.
The TRD Pro 4Runner is pretty terrible to drive on the pavement, but it shines in the dirt.
The TRD Pro features a Multi-Terrain Select system, which has modes for mud, sand, moguls and the like.
Expect 33 degrees of approach angle, a 0.3-inch thick aluminum skid plate, a departure angle of 26 degrees and 9.6 inches of ground clearance in the TRD Pro.
My TRD Pro tester starts at $53,335 including $1,215 for destination. Keep scrolling for more photos.