In Part I we detailed some rides that are Jurassic in nature. We continue down this time machine in Part II.
A definite classic, the 4Runner, one of the original SUVs, and if you’re Toyota, why mess with a good thing, right? Well, right or wrong, it is what it is. The 4Runner last underwent a redesign in 2010 and the rationale is the following has been so loyal, what’s the point? Can’t argue with the sales numbers nor the price. At $35,110 for this car, there is not much that competes from a value perspective.
Officially part of the “10 year plus redesign club,” the 370Z is a two-seat coupe, gorgeous on all sides, but is suffering from some sales woes. In 2018 alone units dropped by 24.8%, down to a paltry 3,468. Yikes, not exactly moving the needle, Nissan will need to decide with the 370Z before it [...]