2018 Toyota 4Runner vs 2018 Kia Sorento
With the SUV market being so crowded, it makes things easier when different makes and models are compared side by side. We took the time to compare some of the basic specs of the 2018 Toyota 4Runner and the 2018 Kia Sorento.
Both SUVs are popular options for drivers in the market for a new vehicle, but when you look closer at the specs and features of each there might be one that better fits you. The Sorento may get better gas mileage, but the 4Runner has a bigger engine with noticeably more power.
The 2018 4Runner has six trim levels for drivers to choose from to find the features that are right for them. Two of the features that the 4Runner offers are the available Crawl Control and Multi-terrain Select which make it a great vehicle for traveling off the beaten path.
Continue reading to see the comparison of the 2018 Toyota 4Runner and the 2018 Kia Sorento and to learn more about the trim levels of the 4Runner.
|4.0-liter V6||Engine||2.4-liter I-4|
|270 hp||Horsepower||185 hp|
|278 lb-ft||Torque||178 lb-ft|
|17 / 20 mpg||Fuel Economy (City / Highway)||21 / 28 mpg|
Trim Levels of the 2018 4Runner
Even after deciding on the 2018 4Runner, there is still more to choose from, trim levels being one of them. The 2018 Toyota 4Runner is offered in six different trim levels – SR5, SR5 Premium, TRD Off-Road, RRD Off-Road Premium, Limited and TRD Pro.
Each trim level has the base features that are found on the SR5 as well as a few more that are added with each level. Some of the base features include a leather-trimmed steering wheel, 17-inch 6-spoke alloy wheels and a towing capacity of up to 5,000 lbs. Other features that are available to drivers include Entune™ Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite, front and rear parking assist sonar, dual-zone automatic climate control and much more.
Stop by Nashville Toyota North today to test drive the 2018 Toyota 4Runner today or check out our inventory.