Update: The SR+ and 4×4 Double Cab V6 TRD SPORT prices provided by Toyota were incorrect. We updated the article November 23rd to reflect the correct pricing.
Toyota has announced pricing and trims for their 2017 Tacoma. The Tacoma got a new engine last year, so there aren’t many significant changes for 2017. What you will find are some new trims, some new features, a new off-road-oriented TRD model, and a sharp hike in price.
The midsize Tacoma is available with a 2.7L four with 159 hp or a 3.5L V6 producing 278 hp. The 4×4 trucks have an on-demand system with a limited slip rear differential and a two-speed low range transfer case. TRD Off-Road models have a manual lock for the rear differential.
SR5 models get heated front seats new for this year. Double cab TRD and Limited models get a power sliding rear window standard. All 2017 Tacomas get a rear-view camera. They also have a GoPro camera mount on the dash if you want to record your off-trail or on road adventures. Toyota calls that mount an industry first.
These changes, bring a hike in base price ranging from $1,215 for the base model to $1,910 for top trim Limited.
2017 Toyota Tacoma pricing:
Tacoma 4×2 Access Cab (4-cyl, 6-auto, 6-foot bed) $29,560
Tacoma 4×4 Access Cab SR+ (4-cyl, 5-manual, 6-foot bed) $32,825
Tacoma 4×4 Access Cab SR5 (4-cyl, 6-auto, 6-foot bed) $35,510
Tacoma 4×4 Access Cab V6 TRD OFF-ROAD (V6, 6-manual, 6-foot bed) $38,070
Tacoma 4×4 Access Cab V6 SR5 (V6, 6-auto, 6-foot bed)$37,165
Tacoma 4×4 Double Cab V6 TRD SPORT (V6, 6-manual, 5-foot bed) $39,290
Tacoma 4×4 Double Cab V6 SR5 (V6, 6-auto, 6-foot bed) $38,405
Tacoma 4×4 Double Cab V6 LIMITED (V6, 6-auto, 6-foot bed) $45,635
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