Starting at just $23,300 and completely redesigned both inside and out, the all-new Tacoma is a great option for anyone wanting to upgrade to a dependable truck in the forthcoming year. Rugged, reliable, and resell-able, Toyota’s midsize pickup is about as good as it gets when looking for a vehicle that will outlast the earth itself. When we got to review one a couple months back, we were impressed with the Tacoma’s redesigned interior, upgraded six-inch Entune touchscreen, and more powerful engine, along with how controlled the vehicle felt on the highway for riding so high.
Speaking of roughing it, the new Tacoma has tons of ground clearance on all four sides, and its suspension travel is more than satisfactory. Couple that with Crawl Control, which allows drivers to set a slow speed and then focus exclusively on the steering, and you’ve got a dedicated off-road machine that is civilized enough to live in town. Click here to Check out the complete review of Tacoma 2016 Toyota
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