2025 4Runner price (vs 2025 Land Cruiser pricing)

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Pricing just came out for the Land Cruiser and it starts at $55,950. I would assume the 4Runner TRD Pro will eclipse that by $2-3k
 
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The 4 runner Loaded will reach 56k based on New Tacoma 24 Prices!
Very true. Would be interesting to see how high it goes up with the Trailhunter trim level.
 

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Very true. Would be interesting to see how high it goes up with the Trailhunter trim level.
I'd bet $60K when all is said and done.

That slots it just north of the MSRP on the TLC1958, but below the TLC First Edition and TLC Land Cruiser trims... which makes me wonder if Toyota took a lead from Maranello and the Ferrari La Ferrari but I digress. I like the 1958, especially the Softex but not having a moon roof and worse, only black, silver, or white? Toyota missed the boat on offering a two-tone retro option on the retro-themed model.

I am also surprised they haven't released a Trailhunter Sequoia yet. They have a TRDPro.
 
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I'd bet $60K when all is said and done.

That slots it just north of the MSRP on the TLC1958, but below the TLC First Edition and TLC Land Cruiser trims... which makes me wonder if Toyota took a lead from Maranello and the Ferrari La Ferrari but I digress. I like the 1958, especially the Softex but not having a moon roof and worse, only black, silver, or white? Toyota missed the boat on offering a two-tone retro option on the retro-themed model.

I am also surprised they haven't released a Trailhunter Sequoia yet. They have a TRDPro.
I feel like the Trailhunter will come to the Tundra but I just feel the Sequoia won’t. Overall the trim I’m planning on getting for the 4Runner is the TRD Sport trim with 4x4. If I was looking at the LC it would be the 58’ trim. I think the way they priced it is interesting but seeing the overall pricing solidified my decision on the 4Runner.
 
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I just realized after building the LC on the website that they have upgraded the look of building a model… Unfortunately it’s only for the LC as of now. I would assume all other models will get this updated build stying.
 

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I was in the market for a LC 1958 but no Color choice! I don’t what bell and whistle! Now I will have to wait for a new 4 Runner 2025 below 60k (Canadian) Hopefully.
 
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I feel like the Trailhunter will come to the Tundra but I just feel the Sequoia won’t. Overall the trim I’m planning on getting for the 4Runner is the TRD Sport trim with 4x4. If I was looking at the LC it would be the 58’ trim. I think the way they priced it is interesting but seeing the overall pricing solidified my decision on the 4Runner.
IDK, I thought the Sequoia getting TRD Pro was a stretch. If they do the Tundra in TH trim, it isn't that hard to do Sequoia. Plus bronze oxide looks hot with the bronze wheels.

I was in the market for a LC 1958 but no Color choice! I don’t what bell and whistle! Now I will have to wait for a new 4 Runner 2025 below 60k (Canadian) Hopefully.
Kind of where I am. I'm leaning hard towards either another Tacoma or a Gladiator but the 4R and LC are in the running. The lack of color on the 1958 is a bummer. You'd think they'd offer some vintage style color ways on the 1958 since that's the year the LC debuted.

Seeing the price on the LC makes me hopeful the 4R isn't obscenely priced.
 

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The 4 runner Loaded will reach 56k based on New Tacoma 24 Prices!
Since the new 2024 Tacoma ORP is $56K, I think a 2025 4Runner ORP will be $57-58k. 4Runners have traditionally cost a bit more than Tacoma.

As a result I think 2025 4Runner TRD Pro will be in low-mid 60K range.

This likely puts any 6th gen 4Runner at higher price than the base Land Cruiser, but the 4Runner should have more and capability.
 
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Since the new 2024 Tacoma ORP is $56K, I think a 2025 4Runner ORP will be $57-58k. 4Runners have traditionally cost a bit more than Tacoma.

As a result I think 2025 4Runner TRD Pro will be in low-mid 60K range.

This likely puts any 6th gen 4Runner at higher price than the base Land Cruiser, but the 4Runner should have more and capability.
I agree. I figured the 4Runner would be a few thousand bucks more than the Tacoma. Looking more into the LC it makes you realize why Toyota stated that both the 4Runner and LC can coexist. I know the LC has 3 trims but technically it’s 2 while the 4Runner is going to have 7 or 8 trims to choose from. Also the starting point of the 6G should be around $32,650
 

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I agree. I figured the 4Runner would be a few thousand bucks more than the Tacoma. Looking more into the LC it makes you realize why Toyota stated that both the 4Runner and LC can coexist. I know the LC has 3 trims but technically it’s 2 while the 4Runner is going to have 7 or 8 trims to choose from. Also the starting point of the 6G should be around $32,650
Any hints from Toyota dealers as to when 6G will arrive?
 
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Any hints from Toyota dealers as to when 6G will arrive?
I feel like we could see the 4Runner fully unveiled in the latter half of Spring or Early Summer. As for release date I would assume Early Winter
 

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I feel like we could see the 4Runner fully unveiled in the latter half of Spring or Early Summer. As for release date I would assume Early Winter
A Toyota product specialist at this year's Chicago Auto Show told me the 4Runner will not be new for the 2025 model year. I hadn't heard/seen that mentioned elsewhere, and I wondered if anyone had heard something different.
 

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A Toyota product specialist at this year's Chicago Auto Show told me the 4Runner will not be new for the 2025 model year. I hadn't heard/seen that mentioned elsewhere, and I wondered if anyone had heard something different.
There’s already some driving around in Camouflage so my guess spring 2025 at the Dealership and reveal late this fall! The salesman won’t brag about that simply because they have to sell all their old 2024 .Model.
 
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A Toyota product specialist at this year's Chicago Auto Show told me the 4Runner will not be new for the 2025 model year. I hadn't heard/seen that mentioned elsewhere, and I wondered if anyone had heard something different.
That’s very odd. From my experience at Auto Shows especially on press days, they don’t fully know things like that unless they work from Corporate.
 
 
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