The Tacoma remains Toyota’s top-selling pickup, but no doubt is feeling the heat from GM’s Chevrolet Colorado/GMC Canyon mid-sizers plus the second-generation Honda Ridgeline. The base engine continues as a 2.7-liter four-cylinder, while a more potent V-6 is optional. The I-4 is paired with a five-speed manual transmission, while the V-6 gets a six-speed unit (a six-speed manual is standard on TRD models). An available six-speed automatic is common to both powerplants. Four-wheel-drive can be added, regardless of engine or cab choices, however manual-transmission-equipped Tacomas will automatically come with 4×4. The base SR Access Cab is thin on features, but the SR5 adds considerably more content. The TRD (Toyota Racing Development) gets sport-tuned or off-road Bilstein-brand shocks, Multi-Terrain Select system that regulates the transmission, throttle and brakes for mud, rock or sand conditions, locking rear differential and a crawl control for extreme trail conditions.
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