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Old 06-13-2021, 10:18 PM #196
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Don't expect a new V6, plus you're in for a very, very long wait and the days of 4Runner = 100% Nippon are over.
I hope to drive mine for another 15-20 years so I don't care too much. That said, there is always a chance it gets totaled, etc.

The 5th gen is close to perfect for me as is. The suspension is easily addressed via aftermarket parts as is protection. The rest is minor gripes.

To get a 6th gen if something happens to mine, I will want pretty much the same vehicle but with 35" tires and an engine that produces equivalent or better power; I don't really care how. A hybrid would be great though generally I don't like hybrids (I would rather have full EV or what I have now but I can live with a hybrid from Toyota).

Otherwise, I will not really need as big of a cabin in about 4 years so I could just get a high-end Bronco, assuming it is dependable on trail. Going the other way, I could get a Tesla if they make a mid-size Cybertruck and a ZR2 Bison could be considered (have not looked into their dependability).

Again, I would much rather have mine
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