Your Capable and Maneuverable Toyota Tacoma
The Toyota Tacoma is more than just the compact pickup in America and the midsize pickup during the last ten years. This truck has an excellent retained value and features that let you tow and haul with ease. There are off-roading models with FOX Internal Bypass shocks and extra skid plates or you can take advantage of the 4x4 drivetrain.
Consider a trim with Crawl Control and the Multi-Terrain Select system for added confidence when tackling tougher trails. With a GoPro mount standard on the latest Tacoma models, you can record all of your adventures and share with family and friends. The 3.5-liter V6 powertrain provides towing capability up 6,800 pounds or handles a payload of 1,440 pounds with the standard deck rail system.
The truck bed of the Tacoma is also beneficial with its ultra-durable surface ad available 120-volt outlet for connecting various tools. The Tacoma also has a refined yet tough interior with available leather-trimmed seating for added elegance and a quiet ride on every trim level. Dual-zone climate control keeps you comfortable all year round while the moonroof is perfect for summer drives. Stop worrying about digging out your keys thanks to Smart Key and Push-Button Start. Even the dashboard is not cluttered with wires thanks to the Qi wireless charging.
What's New With The 2022 Toyota Tacoma
For the 2022 model year, the Tacoma trucks get even higher. The Trail Edition and TRD Pro now sit a half-inch taller in the back and 1.1 inches taller in the front, respectively. The extra height gives each truck a better approach, break-over, and departure angles than previous models, making crawling over uneven terrain easier than ever. The TRD Pro now comes with Electric Lime paint, which is a stunning wild-looking and unique color. The Trail Edition may now be painted in Lunar Rock. The bronze 16-inch rims and writing in the grille add to the aesthetic upgrades. The TRD Pro has new hood graphics and a debossed "TRD Pro" logo on the rear bedsides, making it even easier to identify.
How the Toyota Tacoma Has Changed Over the Years
The history of the Toyota Tacoma goes back decades to the very first Toyota pickup truck, the G1. This became the Stout in 1964, which led to the 1995 Toyota Tacoma, the first pickup with its name. This early Tacoma had 190 horsepower, a good figure for the time. It also offered a choice of either rear-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive, along with a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Passenger side airbags were added in 1998. For 2000, daytime running lights came standard on every model with ABS. The Crew Cab was also introduced, paired with a short truck bed and four doors for easy access to the cabin. The 2001 Tacoma got a new front fascia with a raised hood and vertical grille.
In addition to the child restraint system that became standard for Regular and Xtracab models in 2003, anti-lock brakes were standard across the lineup. The 2005 Tacoma was larger, and simultaneously more powerful and efficient than it had been. The Toyota Star Safety System arrived in 2009, delivering greater peace of mind.
Why Shop at Miller Toyota
Of the different dealerships in the Manassas area, shopping for your Tacoma at Miller Toyota makes the most sense. We are proud of our friendly staff, trained technicians in our service center
, and an excellent selection of vehicles. We also offer hassle-free financing
and work with multiple lending sources to get you an excellent auto loan without any effort on your part, regardless of your credit situation. We will do everything possible so that you can start driving your very own Toyota Tacoma around Manassas, as soon as possible. Visit us to learn more about this pickup or take it on a test drive.