The latest version of Toyota Tacoma is completely redesigned. Its peculiar and muscular aura is preserved only that its dimensions are expanded to adapt to a greater carrying capacity. At first glance, it can be determined that the Tacoma these days are bigger and are also said to be better than their predecessors.
Toyota Tacoma comes in two options: 2WD and 4WD. Two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive models are available in all body styles. They are both sophisticated and powerful. However, between the two, the Tacoma 4×4 is garnering more sales than the former. Toyota revealed that 40 percent of Tahoma’s sales are 4×4 trucks. The latter features a two-speed transfer case, optional locking rear differential, and a heavy-duty chassis. Toyota Tacoma is said to challenge trucks made by GM, Ford and DCX.
Toyota Tacoma is ruggedly designed for extraordinary performance and comfort while conquering the road. Its double wishbone suspension and air springs provide a smooth ride like that of passenger cars.
On the road, Tahoma can deliver world-class all-round drivability. It’s also built with powerful Toyota Tacoma performance parts to complement its rugged construction. The rear bumper, front tow bar, and 6-foot cargo bed are also made lighter. They are made of durable composite materials to support its purpose and aim just like a real truck. The Tacoma V6 can tow up to 5,000 pounds. Alternatively, its four-cylinder models can tow up to 3,500 pounds.
Tacoma has 2 standard airbags, ABS and brake assist, and child safety seat anchor points. The four-cylinder Tacoma engine produces 164 horsepower and features 16 valves, DOHC, and smart variable valve timing.
In essence, Tacoma accounts for almost 10 percent of Toyota’s sales in the United States. Additionally, the defining factor for Tacoma is Toyota’s renowned build quality and reliability. History reiterates that with Toyota you will lose much less money.