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Old 08-13-2019, 03:56 PM #106
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-Carplay
-Push button start
-Auto headlights
-LED headlights
-Ventilated seats
-LED interior lights
-Nicer sound system

What happened to men? Bunch of metro-sexual pussies driving 4runners. Get Highlanders...
Less the Apple Car play, the 4R already has most all those features in the Limited, and it is quite nice to have. What they need to do is trim up the rest of the line. Owning both a 4th and 5th, Toyota went to town on value engineering many things I wanted out of the lower 5th gen trim levels, even the Pro is sad in comparison.

And just in case you haven't figured it out yet, the 5th gen is the millennial minivan. Most younger people having kids choose this truck as their stroller of choice over the minivan. At least those are my observations.
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anyone think there's a chance for a hybrid version? Honest question, not trolling.
I think it's all but a guarantee that it'll have some form of hybrid. What that means - I have no idea. My guess is mild hybrid start/stop and possibly electric assist at lower speeds in stop/go traffic.

I REALLY hope it has electric drive option for water crossings without a snorkel. That would offer a huge benefit to me to not need a snorkel, but still have deep water fording ability by closing the intake and running on electric drive for just a few hundred feet max at low-moderate speeds. Not the holy grail of offroad functionality by any means, but it could be very useful.
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I'd like to see the Pro become an actual offroad package. Something similar to the Raptor.

Wider track width with mild flared fenders.
Stock 33" tires
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Take a page out of Ford's book and put in a 3.0 turbo for better power and fuel economy.
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Built in Solar Panels
Deep Cycle battery hooked up to the alternator and external outlets.
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[B]TRD offroad should be a wrangler Rubicon competitor.

Best comment yet. I agree!
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Toyota RAV 4: 289,736
Honda CR-V: 254,835
Nissan Rogue: 242,851
Honda Civic: 233,147
Toyota Camry: 214,350
Toyota Corolla: 213,624
Honda Accord: 184,137
Toyota Tacoma: 169,292
Toyota Highlander: 161,875
Nissan Altima: 142,416
Nissan Sentra: 137,657
Subaru Outback: 129,249
Subaru Forester: 118,026
Hyundai Elantra: 110,855
Mazda CX-5: 103,368
Honda Pilot: 94,707
Hyundai Tucson: 92,568
Hyundai Santa Fe: 88,043
Subaru Crosstrek: 86,602
Toyota 4Runner: 86,218
Toyota Tundra: 78,012
VW Tiguan: 77,257
Kia Soul: 71,642
Lexus RX: 69,008
Kia Optima: 68,460
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Could I request a couple of Rolls Royce turbines?

PS: Plz I ask for forgiveness, this is my 1st post
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why not share what you'd like to see from the 6th gen.
On the stock stereo deck, two features:

1) The ability to browse by folder on USB attached drives. (Currently only genre, song, artist are available as options. So a misc folder like MudMusic isn't selectable to play. You'd have to put MudMusic on it's own drive, in no folder)

2) Longer filenames. Currently you can only see about 32 characters of a filename as you look at a folder / album on the stock deck. So a filename like "Steve Miller Bands Greatest Hits - Disk 01 - Track 07 - The Joker.mp3" would have no chance of displaying fully as you enjoy the album.
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