Pre-Owned 2003 Toyota4Runner Limited

  • VIN: JTEBT17RX30006351
  • Stock: 220368B
On The Lot
at White's Mountain Motors, LLC
Location Details
    Exterior Color
    Other
    Interior Color
    Other
    Odometer
    225,646 miles
    Fuel Economy
    15/19 MPG City/Hwy
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Engine
    2UZ-FE
    Toyota 4Runner
    • Carfax Free

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel tank capacity: 23
    • Horsepower: 235

    Dealer Notes

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    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.8Out of 5
    • Best Vehicle Ever

      By richie-rich on Saturday, December 01, 2007

      5.0
      The 4-Runner is a superb vehicle. i get 20 mpg on the highway using middle grade gas, and it's V-8 with all-wheel drive. the only issue i have is the Dunlop tires -- could never get them properly balanced. i have since put on a set of Michelin Cross-Terrains, and what a difference. the traction is unsurpassed, and it runs super quiet. after getting a lemon Nissan Frontier and an Isuzu Rodeo, it seems good to have something dependable. no repairs at all - just normal maintainance. the Nissan blew the transmission the second day i had it, and the Isuzu had a laundry list of problems. buy a 4-Runner and it will last forever.
    • Just traded it in at 220,000 miles

      By T squints on Friday, March 01, 2019

      5.0
      I feel it’s appropriate to give this vehicle the credit it’s due. I bought my 4Runner with nearly 80,000 on it and put over 140,000 on; it never let me down, not once, through ice, snow, rain and sunny days. This ride did it all. So I picked this little gem up when I lived in Wisconsin. I will admit it, the snow kind of made me nervous. This sure footed beauty eased my mind. Blazing tracks (in residential areas) with 10” of snow was done with ease, moving down snow covered rural highways was simple, logging roads in mud and sand? This thing ate it up! This vehicle was designed to work, like a tried and true dog, my 4Runner never let me down. Just like a good dog, I took care of my buddy. Oil changes, filters, brakes, tires, other service; it got all that. In the end, my 4Runner would never leave me. I feel guilty having left it after being such a loyal steed. 30 degrees below zero: yes, pouring rain: happy to go outside, ice covered: let’s get to work. This thing did the job when the job counted and kept me safe and comfortable in conditions I never want to see again. Last week I traded my 4Runner for a 16 Tacoma. Even with 220 showing and being 12 years old, I got 6k trade-in for it. It was a sad day, but just like when it’s time to say good bye to your best four legged friend, my 4Runner was ready but I was not. Gods speed you able friend. Thank you for your service.
    • Best SUV i ever owned out of 4.

      By Joe on Saturday, November 16, 2013

      5.0
      My Toyota 4runner limited is by far the most reliable vehicle i ever had. I would buy another one if this one ever wears out. Though not likely. 160000 miles and everything still works like new. Will run it until the wheels fall off. Then put them back on and run it again.

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