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Old 01-24-2020, 11:50 AM #16
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In case you missed it, there is an entire "6th gen T4Rs" sub forum where you can read all variety of speculations, hearsay, crystal ball readings, etc.
https://www.toyota-4runner.org/6th-gen-t4rs/

Most of the threads actually relate to the 5th gen, as the description is miss-noted for the 2019 4Runner model.
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I wouldnít need a 6th gen, the 5th gen looks good to me.
Just some options on the engine like V8 and Diesel some improvements here and there and Iím fine. The VW Bug runs for more then 6 decades and there was still customers for the last edition.
Sure in most cases you need to reinvent the Modell to make improvements but I canít see that they would be able to make it way more aerodynamic without losing the off road capability so there is no need for that, other engines will fit in the bay as well so there is no need too...
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I wouldn't hold out for a diesel OR a V8 except.... with the Land Cruiser discontinued in the US, maybe they could slip a V8 in as a replacement? That said, I don't see many people shopping for $85k SUVs "settling" on a 4Runner.

They sell so well with a single motor option so I don't think Toyota would be motivated to offer variety.
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In case you missed it, there is an entire "6th gen T4Rs" sub forum where you can read all variety of speculations, hearsay, crystal ball readings, etc.
https://www.toyota-4runner.org/6th-gen-t4rs/

Most of the threads actually relate to the 5th gen, as the description is miss-noted for the 2019 4Runner model.
In case you missed it this thread became completely sarcastic a few posts ago. LOL.
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This is entirely untrue and a fabricated story. My misinformation told me they were skipping the 6th gen and coming out with a 40th anniversary 7th gen in 2024. It will be a solid axle design and the roof comes off like the original, but hybrid technologies and gets 40mpg on regular compost.
I had heard the exact same thing but I didnít want to spread any rumors.
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Whenever it comes out it will more than likely get the crummy 3.5 V6.
I seriously hope not but could absolutely see this happening since that's what the 3rd Gen Tacoma has too. In it's current form the HP/Torque is about the same as the 4.0 offers too so not much to gain there.

Stats of 3.5L from Tacoma:

3.5-Liter V6 DOHC 24-Valve direct-injection Atkinson-cycle engine with VVT-iW (Variable Valve Timing-intelligent Wide) intake and VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing with intelligence) exhaust, with 278 hp @ 6000 rpm/265 lb.-ft. @ 4600 rpm (bore x stroke: 94.0 x 83.0 mm; compression ratio: 11.8)


I could also see them going with the 6 speed auto from the Tacoma for better fuel mileage or worse the 8 speed from the Highlander.
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My biggest worry is that the 6th gen 4Runner will have idle start & stop and/or variable cylinder management. I really, really don't want a vehicle that has either. I also worry that it won't be body on frame.
The start/stop function is really annoying. My neighbor has that in a Volvo and it's questionable how beneficial it is in saving gas if you never sit in traffic. If they offer it then they should offer the ability to disable it.
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My predictions:

It will be a 2023 MY coming out around Sept 2022.

It'll have two motor options. A turbocharged 3.5L and a 4cyl hybrid.

It will have the 8 speed transmission.

It will still be body on frame.

The fanbois will still whine about the following items: no straight axle in the front, no diesel option, and the TSS nannies........despite them buying an OR trim with a bunch of off-road nannies.
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In case you missed it, there is an entire "6th gen T4Rs" sub forum where you can read all variety of speculations, hearsay, crystal ball readings, etc.
https://www.toyota-4runner.org/6th-gen-t4rs/

Most of the threads actually relate to the 5th gen, as the description is miss-noted for the 2019 4Runner model.
Yes, but (link to below)

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for some reason the mods don't want to change the tags, but 2019 and 2020 4Runners are still 5th gen.

If you have a 2019 or 2020 4Runner and ask a question here, not many people will see it, use the 5th gen section.
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I seriously hope not but could absolutely see this happening since that's what the 3rd Gen Tacoma has too. In it's current form the HP/Torque is about the same as the 4.0 offers too so not much to gain there.

Stats of 3.5L from Tacoma:

3.5-Liter V6 DOHC 24-Valve direct-injection Atkinson-cycle engine with VVT-iW (Variable Valve Timing-intelligent Wide) intake and VVT-i (Variable Valve Timing with intelligence) exhaust, with 278 hp @ 6000 rpm/265 lb.-ft. @ 4600 rpm (bore x stroke: 94.0 x 83.0 mm; compression ratio: 11.8)


I could also see them going with the 6 speed auto from the Tacoma for better fuel mileage or worse the 8 speed from the Highlander.
My reliable source tells me that it'll be a CVT with 26 inch tires and a 50hp 3 cylinder engine.
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According to my "contact" at Toyota, the 6th gen will be available late 2021 as a 2022 model year. We'll now have the choice of two engines. A turbo 4cyl, and a 4 liter 32 valve V-8 hybrid. 2023 model will have a diesel 5 cylinder option. All 4Runners will go to an AWD system with low range only being offered in the "off-road" packages.
How much is all of that going to cost? I bet a bunch.
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