2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab

2019 MODEL
$25,850 - $34,110 See Inventory Prices

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Toyota Tacoma is ready to take on terrains, scramble over mud or tow a mini house with its legendary toughness and reliability. The aging and rugged Tacoma which was introduced 22 years ago is a good alternative to more sophisticated, grown-up mid-size rivals.

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Pros

Bold and Strong Looks

Touchscreen infotainment system through all the trims

Well-built interior

Quiet cabin

Cons

Tight rear seats

Not enough options for steering and driver seat adjustments

Lack of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

What's New?

Two USB ports inside the center console

Rearview mirrors compass is removed with a model having built-in navigation

Privacy glass is standard on the base model

The TRD Pro variant gets a TRD Desert air intake, TRD Pro exhaust, and new colors


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$25850

bodystyle

4dr Double Cab

passenger capacity

5

drivetrain

RWD

engine type

displacement

164

horsepower

159 hp @ 5200 rpm

torque

180 lb.-ft. @ 3800 rpm

transmission

6-speed automatic

chassis

suspension front

independent suspension

suspension rear

Rigid axle leaf suspension

dimensions

wheelbase

127.4 in.

length

212.3 in.

width

74.4 in.

height

70.6 in.

curb weight

4095 lbs.

ground clearance

9.4 in.

capacity

passenger volume

39.8 cu ft.

towing capacity

3500 lbs.

payload capacity

1505 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

10 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

20/21/23 mpg

ev range

422 mi.

highway range

485.3 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 years/36000 miles

drivetrain warranty

5 years/60000 miles

powertrain warranty

5 years/60000mi.

corrosion warranty

5 years/unlimited

roadside assistance

2 yr./ 25000 mi.


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Styles

 2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab in Barcelona Red Metallic color  2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab in Cavalry Blue color  2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab in Cement color  2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab in Magnetic Gray Metallic color
Barcelona Red Metallic

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Trims and Configurations

MSRP


 2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab SR

SR

power
159 hp @ 5200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
21 combined

$25,850 - $28,925


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SR 4dr Access Cab 6.1 ft. SB (2.7L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $25,850 MSRP (20 mpg/21/23 mpg) 159 hp @ 5200 rpm, 2.7 L, I-4, regular unleaded
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6-speed automated manual rear wheel drive 4
SR 4dr Access Cab 4WD 6.1 ft. SB (2.7L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $28,925 MSRP (19 mpg/20/22 mpg) 159 hp @ 5200 rpm, 2.7 L, I-4, regular unleaded
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6-speed automated manual four wheel drive 4

 2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab SR5

SR5

power
159 hp @ 5200 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
21 combined

$27,625 - $30,700


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SR5 4dr Access Cab 6.1 ft. SB (2.7L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $27,625 MSRP (20 mpg/21/23 mpg) 159 hp @ 5200 rpm, 2.7 L, I-4, regular unleaded
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6-speed automated manual rear wheel drive 4
SR5 4dr Access Cab 4WD 6.1 ft. SB (2.7L 4cyl 6A) Starting at $30,700 MSRP (19 mpg/20/22 mpg) 159 hp @ 5200 rpm, 2.7 L, I-4, regular unleaded
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6-speed automated manual four wheel drive 4

 2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab SR 3.5

SR 3.5

power
278 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
21 combined

$28,110 - $31,575


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SR 4dr Access Cab 6.1 ft. SB (3.5L 6cyl 6A) Starting at $28,110 MSRP (19 mpg/21/24 mpg) 278 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
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6-speed automated manual rear wheel drive 4
SR 4dr Access Cab 4WD 6.1 ft. SB (3.5L 6cyl 6A) Starting at $31,575 MSRP (18 mpg/20/22 mpg) 278 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
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6-speed automated manual four wheel drive 4

 2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab SR5 3.5

SR5 3.5

power
278 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
21 combined

$30,770 - $34,110


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SR5 4dr Access Cab 4WD 6.1 ft. SB (3.5L 6cyl 6A) Starting at $34,110 MSRP (18 mpg/20/22 mpg) 278 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
See Full Specs
6-speed automated manual four wheel drive 4
SR5 4dr Access Cab 6.1 ft. SB (3.5L 6cyl 6A) Starting at $30,770 MSRP (19 mpg/21/24 mpg) 278 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
See Full Specs
6-speed automated manual rear wheel drive 4

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MPG: 40 combined

Expert Review


CARHP Editorial March 11, 2019


The base inline 4 produces 156 hp while the optional V6 takes the output to 278 hp and 265 pound-feet of torque. If you want a reliable pickup truck with impressive off-roading capabilities and strong towing power, then Tacoma might just be what you are looking for. Rear-wheel drive is standard while all-wheel drive is optional and it's available as a crew-cab or extended-cab truck.

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Features

The 2019 Toyota Tacoma is available in 6 trims levels. The SR trim is entry level Tacoma and comes with basic features. It is recommended to choose at least a couple of trims up to make your Tacoma off-road ready. Customers also have an option to upgrade from the standard 2.7L Motor to a more powerful 3.5L V6 that generates more power and torque. The Limited trim used to be the top dog for Tacoma, but since last year the TRD Pro has taken the lead as the top trim.

When it comes to options many models offer features which are available on higher trims. Most of the Tacoma Limited's features are available on TRD models, many TRD features can be had on the SR5 and many SR5 features are optional on the SR.

Trims

SR

SR5

TRD-Sport

TRD Off-Road

Limited

TRD Pro

MSRP

$ 25,200

$ 26,975

$ 31,895

$ 33,150

$ 37,140

 $ 41 ,520

Key Features

Toyota Safety Sense P (TSS-P)

Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)

Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)

Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)

Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)

Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P)

 

Integrated backup camera

Keyless entry with engine immobilizer

Entune™ Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite

Multi-terrain Select (4x4 automatic models only)

Front dual zone automatic climate control

TRD-tuned high-performance FOX 2.5 Internal Bypass shocks

 

Entune™ Audio

4.2-in. TFT Multi-Information Display

Smart Key System with Push Button Start (A/T only)

Crawl Control (CRAWL) (4x4 models only)

Entune™ Premium JBL® Audio with Integrated Navigation and App Suite

 Rigid Industries® LED fog lights

 

Fabric-trimmed seats

Entune™ Audio Plus with Connected Navigation App

LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL)

Electronically locking the rear differential

Power tilt/slide moonroof

TRD Pro skid plate

TRD Pro cat-back exhaust

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Engine

The Tacoma’s optional V-6 engine provides decent performance and towing muscle, but the base four-cylinder is weak-kneed and best avoided. We also advise steering clear of the persnickety six-speed automatic transmission with either power plant; stick with the six-speed manual and the V-6.” – Car and Driver

Engine and Transmission

The Tacoma offers two engine options under the hood. The 2.7-liter 4-cylinder produces 159 horsepower and 180 lb-ft of torque. It comes only with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The 3.5-liter engine produces 278 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque which comes mated to either a 6-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual transmission (4WD only). There is an option to upgrade to a V6 engine, which is highly recommended as the 159hp generating 4-cylinder engine feels too weak and inferior for a vehicle this size.

The transmissions saw some changes for the year 2019. The 5-speed manual transmission which was available for inline 4 engine is discontinued. The six-speed automatic transmission is standard on all trims. But for the old school guys who still prefer a manual gearbox, the TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, and TRD Pro have an optional 6-speed manual transmission as well.

Models

Toyota Tacoma

Chevrolet Colorado

GMC Canyon

Honda Ridgeline

Engine

Regular Unleaded V-6 3.5 L

Regular Unleaded V-6 3.6 L

Regular Unleaded V-6 3.6 L

Regular Unleaded V-6 3.5 L

Starting Price

$ 30,120

$ 27,905

$ 28,780

$ 29,630

BHP

278 @ 6000

308 @ 6800

308 @ 6800

280 @ 6000

Torque

265 @ 4600

275 @ 4000

275 @ 4000

262 @ 4700

Although an inline-4 engine is available in other competitors’ base models as well, Tacoma’s engine is relatively weaker. Even Tacoma’s V-6 engine fails to provide as much power as that of Chevrolet Colorado or GMC Canyon, both of which can generate 308bhp.

Acceleration

The six-speed manual not only puts the driver in charge of gear choices but in our testing, it was also quicker from zero to 60 mph” – Car and Driver

The V6 engine is preferred over the inline four for obvious reasons, with its 278 horsepower the Tacoma accelerates to 60 mph in 8.1 seconds. The V6 also helps in towing 6,800 pounds easily than compared to timid inline 4. The power at lower rpm’s is also unimpressive. Be it a rough path or smooth, swiftness is not one of Tacoma’s strong suit.

Models

Toyota Tacoma

Chevrolet Colorado LT

GMC Canyon Denali

Honda Ridgeline

0 – 60

7.7 seconds

6.1 seconds

6.3 seconds

6.6 seconds

Quarter Mile

16 seconds

14.8 seconds

14.9 seconds

15.2 seconds

It’s no surprise that the least power generating engine would also be on the shallow end of the boost pool; The Tacoma is no exception. While other competitors compete on a millisecond scale, Tacoma takes well over a second to reach the 60 mph mark.

Ride and Handling

The Tacoma comes with two engines to choose from, the 156 hp inline 4 gets the job done while 256 hp V6 provides the much-required power. Tacoma will feel a bit rough on highways as compared to rivals from GM and Honda. What it offers are agile handling and off-road capabilities. The steering is precise and it responds quickly to inputs. Once you keep its pickup nature in mind, Tacoma’s ride quality is not that bad.

At slower speeds, the steering feels a little sloppy but firms up once you hit the higher speeds. Tacoma made quite a progress in the brakes department, as the new Tacoma’s brakes modulate easily.

Once you go off-road, Tacoma easily tackles slow technical sections, sometimes even without the aid of driver assistance tools like crawl control or the locking rear differential. Sounds like Toyota really covered all grounds, right? Well, not quite; the steering tends to misalign at higher speeds on rough terrain, which is a letdown for an off-roader.

Braking

The Toyota Tacoma features disc rotors in the front and drum brakes in the rear which are very dependable. It takes 124 feet’s to stop in an emergency situation which pretty good. The stops are straight but sometimes they feel overly sensitive, which is awkward in heavy traffic.

But once you compare this year’s Tacoma with its predecessors, it is easy to feel an improvement in the brakes. They seem more easily modulated.

Models

Toyota Tacoma

Chevrolet Colorado

GMC Canyon

Honda Ridgeline

70 – 0 MPH

180 Feet

183 Feet

185 Feet

195 Feet

Brake Pads – Front (in)

10.8

12.2

12.2

12.6

Brake Pads – Rear (in)

10.1

12.8

12.8

13

The Tacoma does well to come to a halt from a speed of 70 mph. By stats, Tacoma does better than most rivals. However, from a driver’s perspective, the brake pedal feels a bit touchy and bites at minor inputs. This is grimly unsettling during traffic.

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Fuel Economy

Surprisingly, the 273 hp V6 delivers similar mileage as the 156 hp inline four. The standard engine returns 20 miles per gallon city, 23 mpg highway and 21 mpg in combined driving with rear wheel drive (RWD). Those figures lower by one mpg with 4-wheel drive (4WD).

These numbers are about the average for this class. The worst numbers were displayed when the V6 engine was paired with the 6-speed manual transmission, although the manual transmission is way more fun to drive. The engine also employs the Atkinson cycle for a better fuel economy.

Models

Toyota Tacoma

Chevrolet Colorado

GMC Canyon

Honda Ridgeline

MPG (City)

19

18

18

19

MPG (Highway)

24

25

25

26

MPG (Combined)

21

20

20

22

A few competitors who perform better than the Tacoma include Honda Ridgeline, which gives 19 / 26 MPG in city/highway. Ridgeline is also the only truck that has a standard V6 across all trims. The Chevy Colorado does not perform well on its V6 engine, but its base four-cylinder engine puts up 20 / 26 MPG in city/highway.

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Interior

6 “The Tacoma's high floor produces a legs-out driving posture that is more carlike than you might expect. Taller drivers tend to notice this because the telescoping steering wheel doesn't have enough adjustment range, forcing them to scoot closer with knees bent more than they would otherwise” – Edmunds

Seating and Comfort

One of the greatest shortcomings of Tacoma has to be the steering and seating position for the driver. Like the backbenchers of a high school who meet the minimum requirement for any project, Toyota added telescopic travel to its steering, but with only an inch of adjustability. The front seats also lack height adjustment or power operations. This greatly hinders the flexibility and comfort for the driver.

The fixed style front seats of Tacoma are only good for short to medium height drivers. But the taller drivers would constantly brush the headliner. But what the seats lack in customizability, they makeup in shape and feel. Most trims offer adjustable lumbar support.

If you opt for the access cab models, avoid inviting more than two adults to sit on the rear seats, because the leg room, just like the telescopic travel, meets the minimum requirements. The 4 doors double cab is a must as it increases the legroom by 25%.

Model

Toyota Tacoma

Nissan Frontier

GMC Canyon

Honda Ridgeline

Passenger capacity

4

4

4

5

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg)

(In.)

39.7/58.3/42.9

39.7/58.3/42.2

41.4/57.5/45.0

39.5/58.2/42.5

Rear (Head/Shoulder/Leg)

(In.)

34.9/56.5/24.6

36.6/54.9/25.4

36.7/57.3/28.6

34.5/55.2/25.7

If roomy rear seats are in your list of requirements, Honda’s Ridgeline provides a comfortable room for full grown adults. If you don’t want to go out of the Toyota family, The Toyota Tundra is a viable option if you opt for the rear seats. This equips Tundra with 6 roomy seats.

Interior Features

Toyota did not bring too many changes in Tacoma’s interior. The cabin is simple and reminiscent of the early Tacoma’s. Traditional to some, unimpressively simple for others. Apart from the just passable seat and steering adjustments, the armrests are a letdown too; they were not as soft as one might like. There is a convenient cell phone spot, which can be upgraded to provide wireless charging. Tacoma also boasts one of the best mid-level audio systems to ever be installed in a pickup.

Other useful features include:

  • Analog instrumentation with speedometer, tachometer, coolant temperature, and fuel gauges; 4.2-in. color Multi-Information Display (MID) with outside temperature, odometer, tripmeters, and average fuel economy
  • Fabric-trimmed seats; 4-way adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support; 4-way adjustable front passenger seat
  • Urethane tilt/telescopic steering wheel with audio controls
  • Remote keyless entry system with lock, unlock and panic functions
  • Manual day/night rearview mirror (4-cyl. only)

Infotainment

Whether you opt for the base trim, or for the top one, a touchscreen infotainment system will be present to enhance your drive. The entry-level system consists of a 6.1-inch touchscreen, which can be upgraded to a 7-inch capacitive screen.

  • Entune™ Premium Audio with Integrated Navigation13 and Entune® App Suite14 —
  • AM/FM cache radio
  • HD Radio
  • CD player
  • six speakers,
  • Auxiliary port
  • USB media port
  • Advanced voice recognition
  • Hands-free phone capability
  • Phone book access and music streaming7 via Bluetooth
  • Wireless technology, Siri® Eyes Free HD Radio
  • Predictive Traffic and Doppler Weather overlay
  • SiriusXM
  • Satellite Radio11 with 3-month All Access trial.12 See toyota.com/entune for details

Cargo Capacity

Cargo storage is the make or break point for any pickup, and Tacoma takes this seriously. With two cargo-box lengths and two cab styles, buyers have an option of building their Tacoma to tailor to their needs.

Interior Storage: If you flip up the rear seat bottoms, there are many open and covered compartments to store anything you prefer not to be easily seen. The seat backs can be pulled down to get a completely flat load floor.

Model

Toyota Tacoma

Nissan Frontier

GMC Canyon

Honda Ridgeline

Cargo capacity

NA NA NA NA

It is also a hassle to stow the rear seats. The long number of steps require removing the headrests, flipping the seat cushion forward, and finally flipping the backrests down. Restoring them is equally tedious.

Payload Capacity

Tacoma offers two-bed sizes, a 60-inch short bed, and a 73-inch long bed. The step-in height is a bit uncomfortable as compared to competitors like Colorado, who offer a step for easy climbing.

Out of the two cab options, the smaller Access Cab only uses the 60-inch bed, while the double cab has the option of either length.

The cargo bed in higher trims offers a lot of flexibility. Features like a LED box lighting, damped tailgate, a 120 volt AC power outlet, and adjustable tie-down cleats add to the cargo bed’s functionality.

Bed Volume Comparison

Toyota Tacoma

GMC Canyon

Chevy Colorado

Honda Ridgeline

Smallest available (Ft.3)

38

41

41

34

Largest available (Ft.3)

47

50

50

34

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Exterior

The Toyota Tacoma was introduced in 1995 and now in its third generation. It was extensively redesigned in the year 2015. Despite minor changes here and there, Tacoma has mostly kept its old school look. The aggressive front grille and optional hood scoop depict power with a standard projector beam which shines brightly. Tacoma also has narrow headlights and puffed out fenders, which give it a meaner look. The chiseled lines and off-road stance give it a strong profile.

The rear tailgate is embossed with a Tacoma logo which opens smoothly and can be easily removed when needed.

Models

Toyota Tacoma

Chevrolet Colorado

GMC Canyon

Honda Ridgeline

Gross Vehicle Weight (lbs.)

5600

5600

5300

6019

Length (in)

212.3 – 225.5

212.4 – 224.9

212.4 – 224.6

210

Width (in)

74.4

74.3

74.3

78.6

Height (in)

70.6

70.4

70.7

70.2

Ground Clearance (in)

9.1

8.3

8.1

7.8

Wheelbase (in)

127.4

128.3

128.3

125.2

Track Width – F/R (in)

64 / 64.2

62.4 / 65.9

62.4

66.3

Here, the Honda Ridgeline comes last in terms of exterior dimensions while all the rivals cast a similar shadow.

Exterior Features

The bed at the back of Tacoma has some cool features in the higher trims. Features like a damped tailgate, a 120V AC power outlet, LED box lighting, adjustable tie-down cleats, and a fully integrated bed liner.

  • Dark gray grille with black surround
  • 16-in. styled steel wheels
  • Projector-beam headlights with turn Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
  • Color-keyed heated power outside mirrors
  • Color-keyed rear bumper
  • Integrated color-keyed tailgate spoiler
  • Engine/front suspension skid plate
  • Deck rail system
  • Sliding rear window with privacy glass
  • Fiber-reinforced Sheet-Molded Composite (SMC) bed

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Safety

Toyota Tacoma scores about average in crash tests. But what it lacks in physical toughness, it more than makes up in its safety assist techs. Honda Ridgeline takes the cake with its impressive safety ratings, but still, Tacoma impresses with its safety tech. New additions to the standard safety features include:

  • Driver and front passenger Advanced Airbag System
  • Driver and front passenger seat-mounted side airbags, driver and front passenger knee airbags, and front and rear Roll-sensing Side Curtain Airbags (RSCA)
  • Driver and front passenger active headrests30
  • 3-point seatbelts for all seating positions; driver-side Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR) and Automatic/Emergency Locking Retractor (ALR/ELR) on all passenger seatbelts
  • LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) includes lower anchors for front passenger seat on Access Cab and outboard rear seats on Double Cab
  • Child-protector rear door locks (Double Cab only)
  • Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS)31
  • Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS)31 with individual tire location alert
  • S Blind Spot Monitor (BSM)32 with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA)33
  • Rear parking assist sonar34
  • Multi-terrain Select and Crawl Control (CRAWL)35 (4WD and A/T only)
  • Hill Start Assist Control (HAC)36 (A/T only)
  • Active Traction Control (A-TRAC) (M/T only)
  • Electronically controlled locking rear differential
  • Engine immobilizer39

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Competition

Tacoma Vs GMC Canyon

The GMC Canyon is available in two engine options, the 200 hp V6 is enough apt for daily chores but 308 hp V8 is well suited for power hungry peeps. The Colorado and Canyon are essentially the same as they share same chassis, powertrain, tech features, towing and hauling capacities. The Tacoma is still the better off-roader than both of them. However. Tacoma can’t match the hauling capabilities of GM vehicles. The canyon also features serene interior while the Tacoma does off-tarmac adventures much better.

Tacoma Vs Honda Ridgeline

One of the top nemesis to Toyota Tacoma is Honda’s Ridgeline, which brings the truck model back to Honda’s arsenal after 2 years. However, this competition is not as nail-biting as one would hope, with Honda Ridgeline outperforming Tacoma in almost every category. Ridgeline comes with a standard V6 engine, and easily thwarts Tacoma’s base I-4 engine. Ridgeline also provides better cabin, spacious seats, and a better fuel economy.

But if you want to buy a pickup truck, then chances are your priorities have towing capacity and off-roading capabilities on the top. And in that sense, the Tacoma outperforms Ridgeline easily. It is also more capable of handling heavier payloads.

Tacoma Vs Chevrolet Colorado

The Chevy Colorado’s base price is about $ 4,000 less than Tacoma’s. That may get you to expect lesser quality in Colorado, but on the contrary, Colorado’s cabin feels more impressive than Tacoma’s old school one. Colorado also has features like Apple CarPlay and a built-in Wi-Fi hot spot.

In terms of performance, Colorado maintains its lead. The base 200hp engine is nice, but you also have the option to upgrade to a 305hp generating V6. There is also a turbo diesel engine that expands the towing capacity to 7,700 pounds, something that Tacoma cannot match. We can choose the grounds for comparisons all day, but Colorado will continue to outperform Tacoma.

2019 Toyota Tacoma Access Cab Final Verdict

If you want to take your Tacoma out in the dirt then absolutely go for TRD model. Toyota Tacoma is definitely a good pickup truck, which is apparent by its continuation even after so many years. It offers great off-road capability, towing capacity and utility you expect from a midsize truck. Tacoma feels at home when you take it off the road. Its reliable V6 engine and off-roading capabilities are paralleled by few. It has all the modern tech and features you can expect and Tacoma can take you anywhere you wish.