The Toyota Tacoma has always been about breaking out of the mold. While the Toyota Tacoma has its own cult following of fans, it has a decent mainstream following as well, and for good reason. The 2021 Toyota Tacoma is part of the same design the model has been using for more than five years, but the design, features, and technology are anything but tired.
The 2021 model year in particular adds two new special editions, widening the number of trims to six. The lineup starts with the SR, a basic workhorse truck that doesn’t mess around, and ends with the sporty, luxurious TRD Pro. If you don’t already know which trim is your favorite, the chart below can help you decide. The trims are listed from lowest to highest trim, with two highlights for each one so you can know which direction you want your research to take.
Deck Rail System
Available V6 Engine
4-Way Power-Adjustable Driver’s Seat (10-Way Adjustable with V6 Engine)
17-Inch Machined Alloy Wheels
Smart Key System
Locking Rear Differential
16-Inch Machined Contrast Alloy Wheels
Panoramic View Monitor with Camera
Premium JBL® Audio with Dynamic Navigation
TRD Pro Front Skid Plate
Heritage-Inspired “TOYOTA” Front Grille with Camera
With six trim levels, there is one for every type of driver. Off-Road lovers have three trims to choose from, allowing both budget buyers and those who want to go all out to buy a TRD model. There are a lot of different wheel sizes between the different trims, far more than are mentioned in the table above. Buyers who don’t expect to have more than one passenger can choose the SR comfortably and get work done without getting distracted by all the bells and whistles. If, however, bells and whistles sound attractive, the Limited and TRD Pro are excellent trims with more features than can be listed here. Still, here are a few of the features you may find on the latest Tacoma