2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Pricing and Features

Feb 04, 2017 10:06 PM EST | Joyce Vega

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Toyota is one of the best-established brands in the automotive industry. With their success in the pickup industry, their next release is hardly surprising. 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro goes on sale this year as the successor to their last generation Tacoma.

According to Fox News, the 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro comes in one version. It is a V6 powered 4x4 pickup truck loaded with all the good stuff. The choices only come between colors and the truck's transmission. It can be red, white and light gray called “cement” with either manual or automatic transmission.

The secret to the TRD Pro is its suspension. It has no problem handling higher speeds on rough roads without overheating while doing an excellent job climbing over things. Tacoma TRD has a very reliable engine with 278hp as well as a loud exhaust.

Tacoma TRD pro has a long front suspension that helps with soaking the bumps while the rear end is firmer for carting and towing, Auto Focus reported. The tiers are built for strength and cold traction. The truck also has hydraulic-assist rack and pinion steering but it has no problems with maneuvering on rocks and hard terrain. The interior has heated leather seats however not a lot of leg room and no cushion angle adjustments. The back seats are smaller but the flexibility is excellent with seatbelt pockets and some storage room. The instrument table is easy to clean and contains little bins, navigation system and wireless charging.

Both of the models come with Go-Pro mount capable of delivering the best video. However, the automatic model comes with a blind spot warning as well. In summary, 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro comes at a base price of $41,720. It is a 4 door 4x4 pickup truck with 3.5-liter V6 engine that can produce 278hp. Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro can handle both the city and off roads with ease.

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