What Makes the Toyota Tacoma a Reliable Truck?
Toyota has become an extremely reliable and popular name in the automotive industry over the years. As they entered into releasing compact trucks, the Tacoma first hit the sales lots in 1995. Since then, this pickup truck has gained a loyal following and continues to gain more customers every year, which can be attributed to several reasons.
Many Different Trim Styles
One of the biggest reasons that the Toyota Tacoma is widely popular in the compact pickup truck market is that it’s available in seven different trim styles. These include the TRD Pro, Trail Special Edition, Limited, TRD Off-Road, TRD Sport, SR5, and SR. Each comes with its own unique features and capabilities. With so many options, there is likely to be a Tacoma that matches every person’s needs.
Toyota has a long-standing reputation for packing its vehicle offerings full of helpful safety features. The Tacoma sports many of them, including a blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, integrated backup camera, rear parking sonar, and the Star Safety System. Each Tacoma comes with the world-renowned ToyotaCare no-cost roadside assistance and maintenance plan that lasts two years or 25,000 miles.
The all-new Toyota Tacoma comes with a wide variety of features to ensure optimal capability no matter where you’re at and what terrain you’re attempting to traverse. Crawl control is one of the most popular capability features of the Tacoma, as it allows you to modulate your throttle and brakes on five low-speed settings. Some other notable features include an electronically locking rear differential, Bilstein shocks, hill-start assist control, multi-terrain select, and multi-terrain monitor.
When most people buy a compact pickup, it’s because they want to enjoy its utility features. When it comes to the Tacoma, you have a slew of utility features to enjoy. First, it comes with an ultra-durable and rugged composite bed to ensure your truck looks good for years to come, no matter what you’re hauling. This truck features a deck rail system with four adjustable heavy-duty tie-down cleats and a 120V outlet mounted on the bed. The Trail Edition even offers insulated bed storage to keep your drinks chilled.
The Toyota Tacoma comes with a 3.5-liter V6 direct-injection engine that is the perfect blend of power and efficiency. You’ll get 18 MPG city and 22 MPG highway. With its tow package, you can haul up to 6,800 pounds or carry a payload of 1,685. When you’re towing, you’ll enjoy the assistance of trailer-sway control that applies brake pressure to individual wheels to help control your trailer when load shifts or high winds take hold.
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