2008 Chicago Auto Show: Toyota Adds Urban Runner Package to 4Runner Sport Edition
CHICAGO, Feb. 6, 2008 -- The 2008 Toyota 4Runner midsize sport utility vehicle (SUV) with an all-new Sport Edition Urban Runner Package will make its debut at the 2008 Chicago Auto Show. Adding a new dimension in style, value, and upscale luxury to the capable SUV, the Urban Runner Package delivers an extraordinary value with a manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $1,760 over the Toyota 4Runner Sport Edition 4WD V6's base price of $32,600.
The 4Runner Urban Runner will begin arriving at dealerships in early February. Initially, the Urban Runner Package will only be available in the Sport Edition 4WD V6 configuration. In April 2008, a 2WD version will be available.
Standard exterior features include 18-inch six-spoke aluminum alloy wheels, unique rear spoiler, color-keyed grille, Urban Runner badging, XREAS Sport Enhanced Suspension badging, chrome exhaust tip, and black-painted tubular side steps and tubular roof rack with crossbars. The 4Runner Urban Runner is available in only three exterior colors, Black, Titanium Metallic and, new to 4Runner, Blizzard Pearl.
Inside, the Urban Runner features a new audio system with an integrated portable Tom Tom(R) personal navigation device, a Toyota first. With a paid subscription for additional services through Tom Tom(R), the device can keep users informed with real-time traffic and weather updates. An optional Tom Tom(R) power kit and mounting device makes it easy to transfer the navigation unit to other vehicles.
Additional standard interior enhancements include an AM/FM/CD with six speakers and WMA and MP3 compatibility, Bluetooth(R), stone Alcantara(R) fabric seat inserts and dark charcoal bolsters with eight-way power driver seat and four-way power passenger seats, leather-trimmed shift knob, perforated leather-trimmed steering wheel with audio controls, chrome door handles, and black wood-grain-style interior trim.
Optional equipment includes a double deck cargo system with net, HomeLink(R) universal transceiver, auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass, and a 115-volt AC power outlet.
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