As we've just mentioned above, later the old 4-cylinder is replaced by a fresh 3.5L V6 as the main engine. That gasoline-powered engine boasts on extra 30-hp estimated power - while the today's Tacoma is rated at 235 horsepower. Better news would be, buyers now have more options of 6-speed transmissions, with the same specs yet available in both manual and automatic. Anything Toyota is trying to elevate the Taco's energy doesn't merely change the engine. A new tech system called D-4S is prepared to generate more power as much as possible. Those mechanical upgrades should give more costs, right? As the result, higher MSRP seems to come true.
2016 Toyota Tacoma Pricing
Look at that old skin! Should you throw it away? The answer must be "YES", you really need new skin. Hiring some top-strength steel, combined with the up-to-date weight-loss saving, the 2016 Toyota Tacoma will come lighter a few tens of pounds. It means the Taco should be offering much better driving performance from the stability improvement.
Offering abundant personal and safety features such as a very-first-time GoPro Camera is mounted to the new 2016 Tacoma, for instance. Again, hope you won't get surprised by its new pricing. That's what we'll mainly concern about.
The most friendly priced Access Cab SR 4x2, is increased more than $1000 as the base ($1230 estimated). That extra bucks you pay is to to take a 6-speed automatic into the 2.7L 4-cylinder standard engine. If you're looking for the 5- and 6-speed manual transmissions, find them in the 4x4 group.
For the top trims, Taco Limited 4x4 models, MSRP will start at $39,370 or more. Sadly, we have not yet received the most pricing details. Below we'll show you the data, and we have no idea is the MSRP changes when the 2016 Toyota Tacoma arrives at dealerships later in this fall.
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Hopefully we can soon post more updates on the new Tacoma.