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Toyota Tacoma Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Toyota Tacoma. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Toyota Tacoma.

OverviewToyota Tacoma

Since its introduction more than two decades ago, the Toyota Tacoma has been a mainstay of the compact and midsize pickup segments. Typical advantages to a new or used Tacoma include a variety of body styles, strong off-road abilities, solid build quality and a better-than-average reputation for reliability and durability. Discover the ins and outs on used Toyota Tacomas, available now in Carvana's inventory.

NOTEWORTHY FEATURES

Tremendous Off-Road Capabilities

The 2016 edition of the Toyota Tacoma underwent a total redesign that stays true to its roots, but with an updated, modern feel. Nowhere else is this more true than when you examine the Tacoma's off-road capabilities, particularly with the TRD Off-Road model, which inherits the Crawl Control system from the 4Runner and Land Rover.

Attractive Interior

The interior won't necessarily remind you of a luxury vehicle, but it has been noticeably upgraded compared to models from previous years. The materials that comprise the Tacoma's cabin area offer a balanced blend of durability and attractiveness, while the truck's control layout is easy to use when behind the wheel.

Powerful V6 Engine

Depending on what you plan on using the Tacoma for, it comes with either a 2.7-liter four-cylinder powertrain or a 3.5-liter V6. The V6 returns slightly worse fuel economy compared to the four-cylinder model, but it can tow nearly twice the weight (between 6,400 and 6,800 pounds total when properly equipped).

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

Braking Ability

One area where the Tacoma leaves a little be desired is in the braking department. In Edmunds performance testing, the TRD Off-Road Double Cab V6 model required 135 feet to come to a stop from 60 mph. Part of this has to do with the vehicle's off-road tire specification, though the Chevy Colorado only needed 123 feet in comparison.

Telescoping Steering Wheel

For drivers who enjoy an element of steering wheel adjustability may be disappointed with what the Tacoma offers. According to Edmunds, the Tacoma's range of adjustability for its telescoping steering wheel is comically short, as it only comes out about an inch.

Headroom

The seating up front on the Tacoma has a low mounting position, and like the telescoping steering wheel, lacks adjustability. However, even it did come with the ability to adjust on the fly, it likely wouldn't make much of a difference, as there is limited headroom for taller individuals.
OVERALL RATING
4.7 OUT OF 5 (92 Reviews)