2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Will Leave You Without $40,760
And that's before even touching the extras
The standard Toyota Tacoma didn't need much time to spawn the mud-loving Tacoma TRD Pro, which will arrive at dealerships in August with two price tags hanging around its
Whenever the TRD badge is present, you know Toyota's Racing Development arm stuck its nose in the pickup truck's creation. Under the hood lies a 3.5-liter V6 direct-injected powerplant connectable to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed auto.
On the outside, Toyota's meanest Tacoma has 16-inch alloy rims dressed in Kevlar-reinforced tires, a TRD Pro aluminum skid plate, fog light from Rigid Industries and the compulsory TRD Pro and 4x4 badging.
Another heavily tuned component is the suspension system, which was upgraded via 'FOX 2.5 Internal Bypass shocks tuned by TRD, TRD-tuned front springs with 1-inch lift and TRD-tuned rear suspension with progressive-rate off-road leaf spring.'
Inside, Toyota went for a full contrast between the roads and paths you'll be tackling and how the cabin presents itself. Therefore, for those sitting up front, the Tacoma TRD Pro offers black leather-wrapped TRD Pro seats (also heated). In addition, Toyota threw in a multifunction leather steering wheel, TRD shift knob and floor mats, and a safety suite comprising rear parking assist, blind spot monitor, and rear cross-traffic alert.
Price-wise, the Tacoma TRD Pro 4x4 Double Cab starts at $40,760, while the automatic version raises the tally to $42,760.