Think You Want a 2022 Toyota 4Runner? Consumer Reports Says to Think Again

The 2022 Toyota 4Runner is an attractive SUV. It has a sporty and rugged vibe and Toyota’s longstanding great reputation. Yet it’s also one of Consumer Reports’ popular cars to avoid, and there are very good reasons for that. Here are the biggest 2022 Toyota 4Runner problems, and what you should consider buying instead.

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Do Toyota 4Runners have a lot of problems?

With Consumer Reports advising you to look elsewhere, you’re probably assuming the 2022 Toyota 4Runner is rife with problems. Not so. The 2022 Toyota 4Runner has a predicted reliability score of 4/5 from Consumer Reports. That’s pretty good, and so reliability isn’t why Consumer Reports advises that you “avoid” the 4Runner and look elsewhere. No, that’s because for the average everyday driving person, the 4Runner is too “unsettled.” In fact, Consumer Reports writes that, “The ride is unsettled, and handling is clumsy. The body leans noticeably while cornering. A high step-in and low ceiling compromise access and driving position.”

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