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As a company known for its Corolla, Cressida, and Tercel, Toyota joined the SUV market with its 4Runner. It was based off their Toyota Pickup, and looked nothing more than a truck with a shell on the bed. For the second generation, the 4Runner looked less than an altered pick up truck and more like an SUV. With the SUV market coming to fruition in the early 1990s’, the 4Runner was noteworthy for its go anywhere capability and reliability. Then came the third generation 4Runner that you see here. It became more than a rugged SUV and placed more emphasis on its build quality and comfort while still capable off road. Continue reading