4Runner incorporates rugged body-on-frame construction and is equipped with skid plates to help protect the engine, front suspension and fuel tank (and the transfer case on 4x4 models). Featuring independent double-wishbone front/4-link and coil-spring rear suspension, 4Runner’s chassis is a time-tested combination that’s tough enough for the trail, smooth enough for the city.
See how the 2018 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road Premium 4x4 compares against the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4. If price is important, a comparably equipped price on 4Runner TRD Off Road Premium 4X4 is $2,990 less than the Grand Cherokee Limited 4X4. For performance, 4Runner TRD Off Road Premium 4X4 has 1500 more pounds of standard towing capacity and 280 more pounds of payload capacity than Grand Cherokee Limited 4X4. Finally, a power vertical sliding rear window is standard on 4Runner TRD Off Road Premium 4X4, whereas not available on the Grand Cherokee.