Admittedly, the Toyota Tacoma is not the biggest truck on the market; but still manages to fulfill the duties meant for one. With the arrival of the new Tacoma at Warrenton Toyota, Virginia drivers will be rushing to get a glimpse of the truck. If you're in the market for a heavy duty truck without the fuel consumption, bulk, or cost, the Toyota Tacoma is an option for you. Head over here to Warrenton Toyota for a test drive today!
What's new for the Toyota Tacoma is a an impressive SR appearance package that makes things interesting for the lineup. Additionally, other new features on the truck include an updated touchscreen infotainment system and rearview camera. If you're in the market for a truck that can deliver what it was intended to do, head on over to Warrenton Toyota Scion today to check out a model. Read below to learn more about the Tacoma!
What's new for the Toyota Tacoma is an impressive SR appearance package that makes things interesting for the lineup. Additionally, other new features on the truck include an updated touchscreen infotainment system and rearview camera. If you're in the market for a truck that can deliver what it was intended to do, head on over to Warrenton Toyota today to check out a model.
Impressively, it’s what hasn’t changed that keeps the Tacoma on top of its game. With its many variations, the Tacoma appeals to a broad spectrum of pickup truck customers. The Tacoma line offers a choice between 4-cylinder and V6 engines, and 2WD and 4WD drivetrains, along with two cab styles and two bed lengths. This hard-working, hard-playing pickup is built to take it and rewards owners with legendary Toyota quality, durability and reliability.
The new Tacoma no longer includes the X-Runner and T/X models as part of its lineup. Instead, it focuses on enhancing the features found on each cab configuration. Now available in three cab configurations, the choice is really yours to make, depending on your preference.
The Regular Cab, along with the Access Cab, come with a standard 6-foot, 1-inch bed. On the rear-drive (2WD), the standard features include 15-inch steel wheels, air-conditioning, a bed utility rail system, a limited-slip rear differential, a composite bedliner, a cloth bench seat, and Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity. It also comes with a 6.1-inch touchscreen display along with an auxiliary audio jack and iPod/USB connectivity. There is an option to include a rear sliding window on the Regular Cab.
The Access Cab, in actuality, is an extended cab that comes with small rear-hinged doors. This cab option adds to the features of the Regular cab and upgrades it with full carpeting, cloth upholstery, front bucket seats, an overhead console, a center console, power locks and windows, dual rear cup holders, and fold-up rear seats that have under-seat storage in them.
The Double Cab (Crew Cab) is an offering of either the standard bed or a 5-foot short bed. Adding to the features on the Access cab, the Double cab option comes with power mirrors, black fenders, rear bulkhead storage, rear climate vents, and a 60/40 split rear bench seat that come with adjustable headrests.
The Toyota Tacoma has received a number of positive results from crash tests conducted by government testing and the IIHS. The Regular and Access cabs scored an almost similar score of four out of five stars for their overall rating under the government testing. The IIHS has awarded the Tacoma with a 'Good' rating for its moderate-overlap front and side crash tests. Safety features on the Toyota Tacoma include:
As a truck, Toyota presents the Tacoma to its buyers with options that fit their every necessity. For this, the Tacoma is available with a choice of two types of drive: Rear or Four Wheel Drive. Additionally, you can choose from two engines offered: either a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine or a 4.0-liter V6. You can easily go for the truck that you feel is best for your driving needs.
The standard 2.7-liter 4-cylinder engine may seem small at first, but it works together with Toyota’s Variable Valve Timing with Intelligence to generate a truly impressive 180 pound-feet of torque, improving handling even when a trailer is attached. This engine also allows drivers to optimize both power and efficiency; there’s no need to sacrifice one for the other. For even stronger performance, drivers can select the 4-liter V6 engine. With the V6, the Tacoma can easily tow 6,500 pounds, perfect for a weekend boating getaway to a nearby lake.
The Toyota Tacoma is built to handle any adventure life may throw at it and tackle any terrain. To help achieve this goal, opt for 4WDemand, the system that will allow you to seamlessly shift from 2WD to 4WD and back again, maximizing traction or fuel efficiency depending on your current needs. You can even select from multiple transmissions depending on your preference: a 5-speed manual, 6-speed manual, 4-speed electronically controlled automatic, or 5-speed electronically controlled automatic.
*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.