2024 Toyota Tacoma: $30k +

Base Model Comparisons: Prices of Upper Trims

Toyota unveiled the pricing of their recently reinvented mid-sized truck, the Tacoma, for Model Year 2024.

A total of 21 distinct configurations are offered, with the list beginning at $31,500 for the entry-level SR XtraCab 4×2. There are five varieties in the SR trim line, with the priciest being the Double Cab 4×4 6MT at $36,900. The SR lineup comes complete with standard LED headlights, a leaf spring rear suspension, and Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 driver assistance technology.

The SR5 grade has six distinct options with the lowest-priced being the XtraCab 4×2 at $36,200. The most expensive version of the SR5 is the Double Cab 4×4 sporting a six-foot bed costing $40,900. Meanwhile, the only option for the TRD Prerunner is the XtraCab 4×2, which is valued at $38,100.

The SR5 grade of models comes with LED fog lamps, bumpers colored to match the vehicle, blind-spot surveillance for improved safety, and double cab models benefiting from multi-link coil-spring suspension in the rear.

The Tacoma TRD PreRunner sports 17-inch alloy wheels equipped with all-terrain tires, as well as a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display, plus a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and additional underbody shielding.

Going to the higher end of the spectrum, we have access to the TRD Sport trim. This can be obtained in five forms, with the lowest MSRP starting at $39,400 for the Double Cab 4×2 model. Of course, the most expensive one is the Double Cab 4×4 6′ Bed which stickered at $43,100. Added luxuries here include 18-inch wheels, an automatic climate control system, and an 8-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto integration, and a 6-speaker sound system.

The TRD Off-Road grade can exclusively be found on 4WD models. Prices for the Double Cab 4×4 6MT get rolling at $41,800, while the 6′ Bed goes up to $43,400. 17-inch Machined wheels along with all-terrain tires, LED bedlighting, and armor of underbody protection are standard features which come packaged with this trim.

At the most expensive end of the spectrum is the Limited trim, offered at a substantial price tag of $52,100. It includes luxurious add-ons such as chromed 18-inch alloy wheels, power sunroof, running boards, a 3D panoramic view monitor, and eight-way powering adjusting front seats with both heating and cooling functions. As an extra treat, these chairs are decked-out with stylish SofTex synthetic leather upholstery.

Despite curiously being unacknowledged, the TRD Pro may still appear later to hold its own amongst the top contenders. This December, Toyota stores will start selling i-FORCE variations while the i-FORCE MAX should be popping up at the beginning of spring 2024.

As a reminder, the i-FORCE comes in three versions. The SR edition produces 228 horsepower and 243 lb-ft of twist, only available with a system transmission. Other levels generate 278 hp/317 lb-ft or 270 hp/310 lb-ft when either mated to an automatic or manual transmission, respectively.

The i-FORCE MAX hybrid packs a punch, offering 326 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. Release prices for these versions will be available in the future. Whatever power plant you decide to pick, the Tacoma is geared with a 2.4-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine for strength.

Below is the pricing for the complete line: The cost of this whole selection is given below:

All costs cited above exclude the $1,495 delivery payment that Toyota calls for.

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