2018 Toyota Tacoma Reviews Changes and Price

2018 Toyota Tacoma Reviews Changes and Price

Slotting under the Tundra, Toyota Tacoma is a mid-size Japanese brand pickup available in a rear-or four-wheel-drive configuration. A four cylinder is standard on two lower trims and the 3.5-liter V-6 is optional. Four-cylinder models can be obtained with a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic and six-cylinder models are available with a six-speed manual and automatic.

Like other Toyota models, 2018 Tacoma will likely receive active safety features as a standard in the ranks. This means that Tacoma can get the TSS-P active safety package, which includes adaptive cruise control, forward collision warnings, steering line departure warnings, and high beam automatically. We will update this space as soon as we have official info.

2018 Toyota Tacoma Reviews Changes and Price

2018 Toyota Tacoma Reviews Changes and Price

2018 Toyota Tacoma Overview

By 2016, Toyota Tacoma underwent its first complete redesign in a form that feels like eternity. In fact, this is the first redo since moving into the middle pickup segment in 2005. With its recent redesign, we expect Tacoma to continue through 2018 without major modifications.

In style, we expect zero change from the new 2018 Toyota Tacoma, so keep it up with the same rough look as it is now. We also anticipate no change in the cabin, where Tacoma continues its tradition of not letting people forget to be in a truck.

2018 Toyota Tacoma Reviews Changes and Price

We expect the standard feature to continue, which means the SR trim should essentially get a 16 inch steel wheel, cargo rail system, adjustable tie-down, bed liner, rear window slide, air conditioner, GoPro windshield. Mount and more. As you raise trim, there are more features, but Tacoma has never been a “luxury” pickup like a big competitor like the Ford F-150.

Powertrain will also keep changing, which means it will light up with a standard 2.7 liter cylinder with 159 horsepower. Optionally, it has a 3.5 liter V6 with 278 horsepower available. With the latter engine, this pickup can carry up to 6,800 pounds, while four cylinders can attract about 3,500 pounds. This specification should all be done without change.

Tacoma has not currently undergone full IIHS testing, but managed to get a “Good” rating in front overlap and side collision test. With relatively simple safety features, we do not expect the appointment of the Top Safety Pick to grant this medium pickup award in the near future.

Instead, other models have made great strides with the addition of Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) as standard equipment on models like the Corolla, Prius and more. In the vehicle, the system adds adaptive cruises, advanced collision warning and more.

2018 Toyota Tacoma Reviews Changes and Price

2018 Toyota Tacoma Price & Release Date

2018 Toyota Tacoma is expected to start production in August 2017. We currently estimate the date of sale in November.
Based on our analysis, agreement on Tacoma continues to be extremely rare due to the high demand for availability. The only rebate to speak of is a $ 500 discount either for recent college graduates or members of the military. Leasing transactions vary widely by region. In many cases, you should work with an expert dealer to find inventory to find your ideal configuration.

2018 Toyota Tacoma Reviews Changes and Price

Official 2018 Tacoma pricing has not been released yet, but we do not expect major changes in the new year. Currently, this pickup rings with an entry price of $ 25,060 and ranges up to $ 39,735 (including destination charges).
Tacoma competes with Chevrolet Colorado ($ 20,995 to $ 36,870), GMC Canyon ($ 21,880 to $ 44,060) and Nissan Frontier ($ 19,330 to $ 37,350).

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