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By Cars.com Staff
September 6, 2013
The Toyota Tacoma midsize pickup truck is available in three cab styles: regular cab, Access Cab and Double Cab. Regular and Access cabs come with 6-foot beds, while the Double Cab can be had with either a 5- or 6-foot bed. The Tacoma can seat up to five people in certain configurations. It competes with the Nissan Frontier.
Much of the Tacoma's appeal comes from its various special models and packages. The TRD Off-Road Package is perhaps the most popular, with a combination of appearance and performance items. Included are progressive-rate front springs, Bilstein-brand shocks, BFGoodrich Rugged Trail tires, 16-inch alloy wheels and TRD badging. The TRD Sport Package offers a monochromatic appearance, street-tuned suspension and lower-profile tires on 17-inch wheels. New for 2014 Toyota has dropped the street-performance X-Runner version of the Tacoma, but the truck gains an available SR Package that includes fog lights on V-6 versions; smoked headlamps; and color-keyed door handles, bumpers, mirror caps and grille surround.
115-volt power outlet in cargo bed on TRD packages
Dent-resistant composite inner liner in cargo bed
Available skid plate for engine
Regular cab Tacomas include standard 15-inch wheels
16-, 17- or 18-inch alloy wheels available
Fabric upholstery; available heated front seats
Tilt/telescoping steering wheel
Available power windows and locks
Available leather-wrapped steering wheel
Available cruise control
Under the Hood
159-horsepower, 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine
Available 236-hp, 4.0-liter V-6
Both engines run on regular gas
Five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission for four-cylinder trucks
Six-speed manual or five-speed automatic for V-6 trucks
Standard automatic limited-slip differential
Side-impact and side curtain airbags
Antilock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist
Electronic stability system
Three-point seat belts in all seating positions
Driver and front-passenger active head restraints
Available backup camera
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