Weehawken new toyota runner plays it safe while keeping it fun

Weehawken new Toyota 4Runner plays it safe while keeping it fun

Anyone first jumping into the 2010 Toyota NJ 4Runner will be impressed by the feel of wheel, navigation system and spacious seating. Getting to know the car, you look around, see the standard gas cover release button, maybe a trunk-popper button, radio dials, heated seat adjusters and, oh wait… a “party mode” button? Yup, you read correctly- “Party Mode”. Even if the verbiage sells you alone, you may want to know what this intriguing button actually does. This is one feature that needs explaining.

Sorry to say but this rectangular button hidden under the dashboard doesn’t activate the disco ball and flashing lights, or have ice cold brew rise out of the console. It’s actually much more practical. By pressing this “Party Mode” button, the sound system is amped to the nth degree. Whether your 4runner is equipped CNET-style — with 15-speaker Premium JBL audio system with navigation that receives input from a four-disc in-dash CD changer, a USB port with iPod connectivity, XM Satellite Radio, or Bluetooth audio streaming — or with the standard sound system, the button transforms the audio experience by “raising the bass and transferring the equalization to the rear of the vehicle.”

Many of you may wonder why you’d want the emphasis on the speakers in the rear of the vehicle. It’s for one simple reason. This “mode” was actually designed for tailgating. Perfect for college football games or a Jets/Patriots clash, when you want to pop the rear hatch open; the “Party Mode” button is the missing piece to hype up the crowd.

But now who says you can’t have all the fun while playing it safe? To any disbelievers out there, your Toyota NJ dealer proves you wrong as it all comes together in the 2010 4Runner. This vehicle built to handle any terrain, smooth or rocky, has for years been one of the premier Toyota models. The new 2010 model comes designed with its renowned high ground clearance and squared wheel arches. However, Toyota took a slightly less rigid approach to the exterior with carving a smoother contour.

To provide this guaranteed safety of its drivers, any 2010 4Runner you’ll find at your new and used Toyota Hoboken dealer comes with an optional “SOS” button which can be used to call for roadside assistance, locate a stolen vehicle and for immediate collision notification. Good to note, the first year of service does come standard with this model. The 4Runner also comes equipped with a safety system of 8 air bags. The front seat passengers get front, side and knee airbags while the second and third row passengers get full side protection. In addition, it comes with a back-up clearance sensor so no more accidentally scratching your bumper on a little reversing error. Toyota’s advanced Safety Connect system also comes standard on the SR5 model.

The new 2010 4Runner is sure be a success with its “Party Mode” stereo and incredible safety updates, in addition to its smooth, improved suspension system. With the 4Runner barely moving from last year’s price, it’s a great choice for anyone looking to explore the outdoors, be the life of the tailgating party or simply provide a safe ride for your little ones at home.

Test drive one at your local new and used Toyota Hoboken dealer and see for yourself why the new 4Runner makes sense for all aspects of your life.

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