2021 Toyota Tacoma midsize pickup prices announcedAugust 20, 2020
The press service of the Japanese automaker has published a detailed price list for the mid-size pickup Toyota Tacoma 2021 model year – prices are fair for the United States. Among other things, the model will also be offered in several exclusive editions.
Available in no less than 33 different configurations, the Japanese Toyota Tacoma pickup has been updated to the 2021 model year. The car has won the Japanese automaker’s best-selling model status for 15 consecutive years in America’s extremely competitive midsize pickup segment. In an effort to push these sales figures even higher, Toyota is offering its workhorse in a special version of the Trail.
Initially unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show in February, it costs $ 34,005 for the 4×2 configuration and $ 37,080 for the all-wheel drive version.
This isn’t the only special edition pickup for the 2021 model year – the car will also be available in Nightshade and 4×2 and 4×4 variants. With lots of dark accents inside and out, the more elegant Tacoma is $ 39,905 (4×2) or $ 42,980 (4×2).
The midsize truck will also get standard dual-zone climate control for all V6-powered versions of the model, as well as an upgraded sound system. The off-road version of the TRD Pro will no longer be available in Army Green body color – instead, buyers will be able to opt for the Lunar Rock shade.
A few months ago, a Toyota insider told us that the next generation of midsize truck will arrive sometime in 2023.
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