Heavy-duty Toyota 4Runner 1984-1989 Bumper Kits
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Aftermarket Toyota 4Runner 1984-1989 Bumper Kits
The Toyota 4Runner was first introduced in 1984 and quickly became one of the most popular SUVs on the market. The 4Runner had all the features and off-road capability of a traditional SUV, but with the size and fuel efficiency of a midsize car. The 4Runner was initially only available as a two-wheel-drive vehicle, but in 1986, a four-wheel-drive version was introduced.
During its production run, the 4Runner underwent several design changes. In 1985, Toyota increased the overall length of the vehicle by 3 inches to make it more comfortable for rear passengers. At the same time, the engine and transmission were upgraded to a more powerful 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and a five-speed manual transmission. By 1989, the 4Runner was equipped with a fuel-injected 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine and a four-speed automatic transmission.
The 1984-89 4Runner models featured a simple body-on-frame design. This made it easy for Toyota to produce the vehicle without needing to invest in expensive tooling or technology. It also meant that the 4Runner was exceptionally durable, able to withstand years of off-road use. The 4Runner had a solid front axle as well as long-travel suspension that allowed it to traverse rough terrain easily.
The interior of the 4Runner was comfortable and roomy. It came standard with seating for five, but this could be expanded to seven if the optional middle seat was added. The interior was also easy to keep clean, with removable carpets and rugged vinyl on the door panels. This made it ideal for those who wanted to use their 4Runner for camping and off-roading trips.
One of the most popular feature of the 4Runner was its multi-mode four-wheel drive system. This allowed the driver to select between two-wheel drive, part-time four-wheel drive, and full-time four-wheel drive depending on the conditions. It also had an adjustable center differential that provided better handling in tight turns.
Overall, the Toyota 4Runner was a great choice for those looking for a reliable and capable vehicle. Its simple design and durable construction meant that it could handle the rigors of off-road driving with ease. It also had all the amenities necessary for comfortable (and safe) highway travel. The 4Runner was a great option for those wanting an all-purpose vehicle that could do it all.