What is the 2019 Toyota 4Runner Nightshade?
The Toyota 4Runner is a Toyota fan favorite, but are there any special edition versions of it available? There is one, and we are here to tell you all about it. It’s called the Nightshade. With a name that interesting, of course you’re asking: What is the 2019 Toyota 4Runner Nightshade? We can provide all the details.
What does the Nightshade package add to the 2019 4Runner?
It may not surprise you given the name, but the Nightshade package is a blacked-out package that turns many of the details of the beloved 4Runner black. The first thing you will notice is the exclusive 20-inch black rims that the 2019 Toyota 4Runner Nightshade sits on. They alone make this package a worthwhile option, but there’s so much more to this package than that.
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In addition to that, you also get black bumpers, black side mirrors, black door handles, black window trim, black badging, black exhaust tips, and even black rocker panels and roof rails. If that wasn’t enough, the inside gets the black treatment as well on the seats, dash, center console, and more.
What trims is the 4Runner Nightshade available on?
The Nightshade package is a special limited edition package for the 2019 Toyota 4Runner. As such, this package and its features are only available on the Limited trim. This is the second highest trim in the 4Runner lineup right underneath the off-road oriented TRD Pro trim.
What colors is the 4Runner Nightshade available in?
The Nightshade trim is essentially a blacked out package, but unlike other blacked out packages, it does have multiple colors available to contrast with the blacked-out rims and accents. There are three color options in total for the 2019 4Runner Nightshade. You can choose between Magnetic Gray Metallic, Blizzard Pearl, or the standard Midnight Black Metallic.
How much will the 4Runner Nightshade cost?
The 4Runner Nightshade package is available on the Limited edition trim in either four-wheel-drive or rear-wheel-drive configurations. In total, it adds just $1,740 to the MSRP making it a very affordable package especially considering what it all adds.
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