2018 Jeep Wrangler vs. 2018 Toyota 4Runner
Both the 2018 Jeep Wrangler and the 2018 Toyota 4Runner give Elmhurst drivers ample towing capacity and passenger space, but the Wrangler is a better choice for:
- Extra off-road capability with standard 4WD
- Superior fuel economy numbers
- Lower starting price
- Exclusive available features like a soft-top convertible roof
Not only does the Jeep Wrangler deliver standard 4WD capability – an off-roading feature that will cost extra on the 4Runner – but Addison adventurers will have access to more efficient engine options as well. Let’s see how their max fuel economy compares:
- 2018 Jeep Wrangler
- 18 MPG City
- 23 MPG Highway
- 20 MPG Combined
- 2018 Toyota 4Runner
- 17 MPG City
- 21 MPG Highway
- 18 MPG Combined
Even with standard 4WD, the Wrangler delivers better fuel economy than the rear-wheel drive Toyota 4Runner.
With a base price of $27,495 MSRP vs. the Toyota’s base cost of $34,610 MSRP, the Jeep offers an impressive value for your car-buying dollar. Wrangler drivers also have access to impressive available features you won’t find in the 4Runner:
- Choice between hardtop and soft-top convertible roof
- Electronic front locking differential
- Front roll bar with electronic disconnect
- Heated steering wheel
This makes the new Wrangler an excellent choice for those who value high-class features and off-road capability.
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