The Toyota Tacoma had some great news when the 2017 Tacoma was revealed. Since the announcement that the Tacoma will again have a trim TRD Pro we have been looking forward to the arrival of the Toyota Tacoma 2017. The release date of Toyota Tacoma 2017 was some time this fall and we are pleased to say that The Tacoma 2017 began arriving at Arlington Toyota.
The new trim level of the Tacoma 2017 is designed to be the most capable Tacoma of track ever that says much since the Tacoma already offers off-road robustness. There have been some other small changes and improvements to the 2017 model year, including some new paint colors and a little mix of features available in the packages.
2017 Toyota Tacoma Review
The Tacoma TRD Pro also features 16-inch black alloy wheels, a TRD aluminum front protection plate, a heritage-inspired Toyota grille, a black hood spoon, unique headlights and taillights with black goggles, a badging Black, Multi-Terrain Select traction system, a rear cat exhaust and new internal Fox shock absorbers.
All Tacoma TRD Pros will have sewn logos in headrests, floormats and shift knob; They will also have a sporty leather wrapped steering wheel. Tacoma TRD Pro in three unique colors: Barcelona Red Metallic, Super White and our favorite, cement. Expect the Tacoma TRD Pro
2017 Toyota Tacoma Engine
The 2017 Toyota Tacomahas received a new V6 engine that comes standard on the 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro and most other models from Tacoma. The new engine is a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 278 horsepower and 265 pounds of torque coupled with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed automatic transmission. Many of the changes and new features brought to the Tacoma for the 2017 model year are on the 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro.
The Tacoma TRD Pro finally hit the dealers at the end of August after a long awaited return. The starting price for the TRD Pro is $ 40,760 for the Double Cab manual configuration and $ 42,760 for the Double Cab automatic configuration. These prices do not include DPH fees. The performance specifications of the pick-up are discussed below