Toyota announced its suggested MSRPs for the 2014 Tacoma compact/midsize pickup and redesigned 2014 4Runner. The 4Runner, which received new exterior styling and new refinements in the interior including a new instrument panel and Entune Audio Plus, new standard features, and the new SR5 Premium and Trail Premium grades, has a starting price of $33,680, including $860 destination.
That's an increase of 4 percent over the 2013 model's base price. The 4Runner Trail's price, now $36,585, reflects a 4-percent decrease. When it comes to the Tacoma, there is a new SR appearance package, with color-matched door handles, bumper, grille, and fenders, plus four different levels of Entune Audio available. The X-Runner is gone. Pricing starts at $18,735 for the two-wheel-drive regular-cab with the four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual, also including $860 destination. The average price increase for the Tacoma is $100, or 0.4 percent. Complete pricing for the 4Runner and Tacoma are included below.