The 2016 Toyota Tacoma pricing structure is a little different than previous generations. Not only is the regular-cab Tacoma gone from the product mix as of last year, but Toyota is moving toward a more conventional trim-level pricing structure.
It's also worth noting what models are missing from the 2016 lineup. To begin, since all 4×2 and 4×4 Tacomas now use the exact same 4×4-looking frame, there is no need for a PreRunner-style model, meaning a 4×2 powertrain in a 4×4 chassis. That no longer exists. Likewise, Toyota has neither confirmed nor denied the possibility of a new, more capable TRD Pro Tacoma with all or many of the upgrades. When asked directly, the engineers only would say, "We have not made any announcement about the model one way or the other." But how could they not?
Still, with two engine choices, two wheelbases, two bed lengths, four-wheel drive, three transmission choices, two cabs, and dozens of optional and packaged features, there are plenty of combinations to consider. We've broken down the 2016 Tacoma's pricing by trim level, from least to most expensive packaged models. For more details, check out our separate first drive, fuel economy and stories as well.
2016 Toyota Tacoma SR5
2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport
2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road
2016 Toyota Tacoma Limited