Also they hold their value well https://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/g16345197/cars-with-slow-depreciation-that-hold-value/Yup.
People buy Toyotas because they are perceived as being reliable.
If I were a betting man, I'd bet that you'd have less problems with a new 4 Runner than any other comparable vehicle. It's old. Tried, tested, and proven. It won't win too many shootouts on your favourite automotive media platform, but Toyota buyers don't care.
I had a 2010 black FJ that I drove for 6 years. Absolutely loved it and it was dead reliable. I too am hoping the Bronco will be as reliable. ???I reserved an FJ Cruiser and took delivery in the first week it was out. Drove it for 6 years and was my best new vehicle purchase. Bullet proof, fun to drive and loved it for all of its' quirks. Far and away the biggest gamble that Toyota has made in a long time. The design was a love it or hate it and the Toyota purists hated it for the IFS. The IFS IMHO was the best part of the design.
I'm new to this forum and I'm equally excited about the return of the Bronco. It's interesting to hear some of the negativity on why some feel that Ford fell short. My biggest concern for the new Bronco is its' reliability.
I like green but.... ?Saw 2020 Toyota Sequoia Review from Redline, he said its a Dinosaur costing 65k and nothing exciting about this compared to the other Full Size SUVs like Expedition and Yukon/Tahoe are better. But there are many people will still buy this Behemoth just for the Reliability..