There is something nice about being consistent. For 12 years, Vincentric, an automotive data analysis firm, has given out awards for the best value in America and for 12 straight years, the Toyota Tacoma has won its category. In the heated full-size, half-ton segment, the Toyota Tundra finished second to the Ford F-150.
As many of you already figured out, Toyota has unveiled a new 2017 Tacoma TRD PRO. While, it isn’t a new Tundra upgrade, it is a natural for the Tacoma lineup. The post is live right now on Tacomahq.com, go check it out or just read this snippet.
Basically, the TRD PRO is a base TRD Off-Road Tacoma with the host of features like lift, shocks, tires, blacked-out styling and interior styling upgrades.
Click here for a complete list of the features and the press release.
The final month is in and with it the final sales numbers for 2015. It has been a crazy year with plenty of ups and downs. Here is how it finished.
Now that the hub-bub over the 2016 Toyota Tacoma has died down a bit, we are left wondering if the truck hits the right mark in the midsize truck market. This site, like many journalists, is split on how Toyota did. Site founder Jason Lancaster thinks it is “another underwhelming truck from Toyota,” while Editor Tim Esterdahl thinks the truck hits the mark since the midsize customer is different. Let’s have a debate, shall we?
Just a quick note, our 2016 Toyota Tacoma first drive is live over at Tacomahq.com. Check it out!