Customers who want to upgrade SUVs like the Toyota FJ Cruiser, Jeep Wrangler, and Jeep Grand Cherokee through wild, untamed territory can turn to southeast-Michigan company Xplore Vehicles. The group sells a range of modifications that help prepare normal SUVs for trips through the wilderness. Now the company has focused its attention on the Toyota 4Runner, announcing three stages of off-road upgrades for the SUV.
Xplore provides a range of modifications that makes the vehicles better suited to trips through the wilderness. Now the company has focused its attention on the Toyota 4Runner, announcing three stages of off-road upgrades for the SUV.
The Stage 1 4Runner receives a special interior treatment with Katzkin leather covering the seats, a National Park Foundation dashboard badge, and specially embroidered floor mats. That's just the beginning, as Xplore will upgrade your 4Runner with any number of TRD accessories and add-ons normally available at Toyota dealerships.
The Stage 2 kit builds on that equipment list, adding special aluminum wheels, painted silver or black; BFGoodrich off-roading tires; upgraded Bilstein dampers; and a Magnaflow stainless steel exhaust system. Finally, Stage 3 vehicles add a combination of accessories based on the customer's demands. Optional bits include a winch, giant driving lights, locking differentials, an in-car refrigerator, a roof rack, and fortified bumpers.
All of the Xplore packages also come with a one-year pass to all National Parks, as well as a year's subscription to Xplore Lifestyle Journal, a magazine detailing off-road and outdoors adventures. With each vehicle sold, Xplore donates to the National Park Foundation, a charity dedicated to preserving national parks.