Which Toyota Tacoma Is the Best?

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When shopping for a new midsize pickup truck, many people will be looking at the 2019 Toyota Tacoma. A powerful performance, bulletproof reliability, and great everyday comfort make it a great choice. With six trims levels to choose from, the new Tacoma definitely has a versatile lineup. Which Tacoma model is the best option for you?

Versatile Tacoma Lineup

If you’re seeking affordability, strongly consider the base Tacoma SR. It comes standard with an efficient four-cylinder engine. This tough work truck also offers 4WD as an option. Despite being the least expensive Tacoma trim, it still comes loaded with plenty of valuable features. You’ll especially appreciate the standard Toyota Safety Sense package, which provides valuable accident-avoidance technologies like automatic emergency braking and lane departure alert.

Drivers seeking more performance and upgraded styling should check out the Tacoma TRD Sport. Its V6 engine cranks out an exciting 278 horsepower. Aside from stronger acceleration, this trim also features a sports-tuned suspension for improved handling on the street. You can use the truck’s extra muscle to tow up to 6,800 pounds. Some upgraded features are found on the Tacoma TRD Sport, including a 7.0-inch Entune touchscreen and push-button start. A powerful JBL sound system is optional. In terms of styling, a hood scoop and 17-inch alloy wheels help the racy Tacoma TRD Sport to turn heads.

For folks who plan to do some serious off-roading, Toyota offers the Tacoma TRD. It’s specially designed for exploring the backcountry. Extra skid plates and Bilstein monotube shocks help you to dominate challenging trails. Toyota’s Crawl Control system also helps you to confidently maneuver over rough ground. An even more rugged TRD Pro model sits atop the lineup. A raised suspension and a thick TRD front skid plate come standard.

Designed to offer a more luxurious ride, the Tacoma Limited is perfect for drivers who don’t plan to travel off the beaten path. It comes equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in low-profile tires.

Contact Our Dealership for More Information

Come take your favorite new Tacoma for a test drive at David Maus Toyota. Our staff members can provide more information on each trim.

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