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Meet the 2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition and Its Standard Roof Basket

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Known for its truck and off-road-oriented new-vehicle debuts, the Texas State Fair welcomes visitors from all over the country to see some of the coolest special editions, and Toyota is not far behind. The 2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition is making its debut just down the road from the manufacturer's U.S. headquarters—Toyota showed a different 4Runner here last year, too—and comes with a new roof rack, new wheels, and a few other details that distinguish it from its 4Runner brethren.

The biggest upgrade is the Yakima MegaWarrior rack that comes with a roof rack and crossbars, and it's standard on all 4Runner Venture Editions. The steel rack includes a spacious tray that measures 52 inches in length and 48 inches in width and adds 6.5 inches to the height of the 4Runner. Those who venture out on the weekends and need the extra space for their gear will be pretty happy with this addition.

Although the Venture Edition doesn't change much of the 4Runner's style, the special model adds black door handles, mirror caps, rear spoiler, and badges. New 17-inch TRD wheels distinguish the 2020 Venture Edition, and its gunmetal design adds to its off-road personality.

Given that this 4Runner is designed to spend most of its time on the trails, all-weather floor mats and a rear cargo mat come at no cost. Like in other 4Runners, a rear sliding cargo deck is available for easier loading and unloading. The Venture Edition also comes with the new goodies that were added to the 2020 Toyota 4Runner lineup, which include a new 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa compatibility, as well as a new instrument panel with a 4.2-inch screen and Toyota Safety Sense P. The latter is Toyota's safety-tech suite, which is standard on every 2020 4Runners and includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane-departure alert with sway warning, automatic high beams, and high-speed adaptive cruise control.

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Just like all other trims, the 2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition is powered by a 4.0-liter V-6 engine that produces 270 horsepower and 278 lb-ft of torque, mated to a five-speed automatic. A part-time four-wheel-drive system is standard, and it features a two-speed transfer case and a rear differential locker. Like the TRD Pro, the Venture Edition comes with crawl control, which takes care of braking and acceleration on the trails, leaving the driver to focuses only on steering. Inside, the Venture Edition comes with "TRD" stitched on the headrests.

While the 2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition brings only minimal changes to the lineup, it's an alternative for those looking for unique styling and more storage space for their outdoor gear. Prices will be announced on a later date.

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Best Toyota 4Runner Roof Rack Options

If you want to maximize the cargo-hauling capacity of your rugged Toyota 4Runner, you can’t go wrong with a good 4Runner roof rack.

A mainstay of off-road enthusiasts and road-trippers alike, a roof rack expands the cargo capacity of your 4Runner by providing a secure, easy-to-access roof-top platform for carrying things like tools, jerry cans, weatherproof bags, enclosed cargo boxes, and basically anything else that won’t fit in your trunk. For the seasoned off-roader, a 4Runner roof rack is virtually a necessity; there are some things that you just don’t want to have tossing about inside the trunk. Gas-covered cans and shovels caked in mud come to mind. But a roof rack is a godsend even for those who strictly stick to paved roads, as the current 4Runner offers just 9 cubic feet of cargo space behind the third row. Folding those seats down provides roughly five times the storage space, but of course, that won’t always be an option.

Fortunately, most every Toyota 4Runner roof rack is strong, durable, and easy to install, securing right to the SUV’s existing roof rails and requiring zero modifications to the vehicle’s sheet metal. Moreover, there is a ton of options available, from basic, inexpensive roof-top baskets to sophisticated, brilliantly engineered options for those with a bit more money to spare.

Here, we’ve rounded up our favorite Toyota 4Runner roof rack options on the market today, covering a range of different model generations and price points.

N Fab Toyota 4Runner Roof Rack

One of the most common go-to 5th gen 4Runner roof rack options, the N-Fab T102MRF modular roof rack is reasonably priced and light in weight, thanks to its aluminum-alloy construction. Weight is especially important any time you’re contemplating a vehicle add-on that mounts high up on the body, as it has the potential to raise the center of gravity appreciably, which has an adverse effect on vehicle handling. But apart from that, N-Fab’s T102MRF also boasts an aerodynamic design, with wind-deflecting sheets and flat center rails that help minimize wind noise at speed, and a 150-pound weight capacity rating. A front and rear Multi-Mount system expands the roof rack’s usefulness even further, allowing owners to fit LED auxiliary lights up to 36 inches across. All-in-all, it’s a well-designed, versatile roof rack that leaves very little to be desired.

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Karpal Roof Rack Basket

Another popular 5th gen 4Runner roof rack, the Karpal Roof Rack Basket is a TRD-style aftermarket roof rack that’s somewhat unique in that it mounts directly to the 4Runner’s roof channels – no roof rails necessary. It’s also not a full-length unit, which makes it ideal for drivers who want the flexibility of roof-top storage, but aren’t necessarily keen on forfeiting their ability to use the sunroof. Manufactured from lightweight, corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy with a good-looking protective black powder coat, the Karpal Roof Rack Basket for the 4Runner is a direct bolt-on unit that can hold up to 250 pounds and look great doing it, with a sleek, OE-like design that belies its perfectly reasonable price tag.

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Rhino Rack

A well-known Australian roof rack manufacturer with a devoted following in the off-road community, Rhino Rack offers what is easily one of the best, highest-quality 4Runner roof rack systems on the market: the Rhino Rack Pioneer. Rhino has an entire ecosystem of Pioneer-compatible products available to make your life easier, from luggage bags to jerry can holders, to spare wheel holders and more. All that time you might have spent jerry-rigging together some questionable solution to secure your cargo to the rack can now instead be spent on more fruitful tasks, like plotting out your next off-road adventure. The Pioneer is manufactured from lightweight aluminum with fiberglass-reinforced nylon joints and a durable, attractive black powder coat finish, and a 4Runner-specific Rhino Rack Backbone Mounting System means you can get up and running with the Pioneer in no time.

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Slimline II Roof Rack

Far and away the most premium option on this list, the Front Runner Slimline II Roof Rack Kit is an all-in-one 5th gen 4Runner roof rack solution that mounts directly to the roof – no roof rails required. It’s also the quickest way to maximize your use of space on the 5th gen 4Runner, with a massive platform that can carry loads of cargo. At more than 90 pounds, it’s heavy, but that’s to be expect for such a large, versatile cargo-hauling platform, and its high-density aluminum construction means the Slimline II is a full 30% lighter than a comparable steel design would be. Moreover, Front Runner offers a full line of 50+ accessories so you can really customize the Slimline II to your exact needs, and a limited lifetime warranty means you’ll never have to worry about ponying up the cash for a new 4Runner roof rack.

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Tyger Roof Rack

An affordable roof-mounted cargo basket with plenty of happy customers, the Tyger Heavy-Duty Roof-Mounted Cargo Basket is another very popular 3rd gen 4Runner cargo rack. Featuring steel construction and a low, 33-pound weight, this 4Runner roof rack won’t substantially affect your vehicle’s ride and handling. What it will do is provide you with up to 150 pounds of extra cargo-hauling capacity, with great looks, a wind deflector to cut down on wind noise, and a durable black E-coating to protect the steel tubing from the elements. Despite its low price, this Tyger roof rack ships with a hassle-free 3-year quality warranty that delivers substantial peace-of-mind, and many owners are thrilled with the company’s customer service.

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Do I need to have roof rails on my 4Runner to use a roof rack?

While they’re not a necessity, they’ll definitely give you more options. If you use a cargo rack like the Karpal rack listed above, it secures to the vehicle with the roof channels. If you have a factory or aftermarket roof rail, many cargo baskets will either attach to the rails or  require cross bars to mount making them more universal.

What is the maximum amount of cargo I can carry on a roof mounted cargo rack?

Each cargo rack will have their own maximum recommendation for weight. We suggest that you find one that suits your needs. Also take into consideration how your cargo rack will be mounted. If you use crossbars and factory roof rails, they may be rated for 150 lbs. If your new cargo rack may have a weight rating of 150 pounds as well but weigh 50 pounds on its own. This means you shouldn’t put more than 100 pounds of cargo in that rack because if you do, you’ll exceed the rating for the roof rails and crossbars.

 

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Looking for decent roof options for 2018 TRD Off Road. I am not looking to break the bank, would like to keep under $500. Currently leaning towards the Thule. Anyone have any experience with this basket?

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Make sure you can get into your garage with that basket rack on top of the 4Runner rack. It wouldn't fit in my garage with less than a 7'-0" clearance below the door. I have a Baja Rack flat utility rack that just barely clears, after I lifted the vehicle 2" to 3". It's lower than the OEM rack by an inch maybe. I don't see a big advantage to the basket style over a flat rack. You still have to tie things down. And on a flat rack, I can haul lumber, plywood and larger stuff like canoes with ease.
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I had a Yakima MegaWarrior with Extension. Similar to the Thule I think. Great basket.
My needs changed a little, mostly because of a RTT, so I sold it and put a flat rack on.
If it wasn't for the RTT, I'd still have the basket.

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Do you have the factory crossbars?

On my 4th gen 4runner I had the 4x4 innovations mounts and a Rola Basket.

Turns out if you flip the mounts they work on the 5th gen. Since I already owned the basket and the mounts I put them on my 5th gen.

03-09 4RNR Rola Rack Mount Kit

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I didn't have the factory crossbars so this was the best solution for me. The Rola Rack is nice, I have had it for several years now and it's been on 2 4runners. I got it on Amazon for $100. Right now it looks like the price is a lot higher.



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I too have the 4x4 innovations mounts and a Rola Basket. Very sturdy and works well for me.

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I too have the 4x4 innovations mounts and a Rola Basket. Very sturdy and works well for me.


Nice rig, hope to do some exploring soon.
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What do you plan on putting in the basket that wouldn't fit in the back area?

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What do you plan on putting in the basket that wouldn't fit in the back area?

Hi-Lift jack, lawn chairs, snow shoes (I am in CO). Stuff I don't want bouncing around in the back. You may find that that you don't need/want a rack.
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Nice rig, hope to do some exploring soon.

Thanks. Semi-hidden front winch bumper (Warn or SSO) and winch are next on my to do list.
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Thanks. Semi-hidden front winch bumper (Warn or SSO) and winch are next on my to do list.

What tires are you running? 4 Wheel Parts is leveling it for me next week, so tires/wheels will be next upgrade.
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What tires are you running? 4 Wheel Parts is leveling it for me next week, so tires/wheels will be next upgrade.

4 wheel parts in the Springs did mine. Bilstein 5100's set at 2.5" up front with stock springs, 5100's in back with 1.5" spacer. Rides much better. Tires are BFG KO2's stock size 265/70 17
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4 wheel parts in the Springs did mine. Bilstein 5100's set at 2.5" up front with stock springs, 5100's in back with 1.5" spacer. Rides much better. Tires are BFG KO2's stock size 265/70 17

Nice, the KO2's have my attention.
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I have used the the Thule and it works fine. I don’t think there would be much of a difference between it and one like the Rola so go for which ever is the most pocket book friendly. They can be handy. Like someone else mentioned earlier, I have moved on from it. I now have a Prinsu rack on my 4runner but I have been considering mounting the Thule basket on my Tigermoth for extra storage.

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Everything else. Don't mind the gun cases. I know they're bad ju-ju in your part of the country.
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