Toyota 4Runner Years

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One of Toyota's popular and long-running SUVs, the 4Runner made its debut in 1984 as a compact SUV version of the automaker's pickup truck. It later morphed into a mid-size SUV in 2002, which is where it remains in the present. As a testament to its longevity and popularity, the 4Runner entered a 2016 study of longest lasting vehicles on the road at number three. Over five percent of the 4Runners still on the road have over 200,000 miles. The current generation of 4Runner offers a five-door vehicle with a choice of a 2.7 liter inline four or 4.0 liter V6.

If you want your Toyota 4Runner in the 200,000 mile club, the best way to do that is to keep up routine maintenance and replace all worn or failed parts with genuine Toyota 4Runner parts from When you use Toyota OEM parts, you're using the same parts already in your reliable vehicle, so don't take the chance with badly-fitting aftermarket parts. Search our catalog for Toyota 4Runner parts like catalytic converters, tail lights and shocks by entering a VIN, part number or keyword. Our goal is that you find exactly what you need, so make sure to contact our customer service if you need any help.