The rugged and powerful 2023 Toyota Tacomas are at Lithia Toyota of Medford!
Located at 1420 North Riverside Ave, come in for your test drive today!
Call the sales department at 833-729-3797! We’ll bring one to your driveway for a test drive!
“Toyota Tacoma is still the odds-on favorite for a lot of shoppers,” according to Edmunds. “From its basic work-truck configuration to luxury-oriented or off-road variants, the Tacoma is simply one of the most well-rounded pickups on sale today. Improvements for the 2023 model, combined with historically strong resale prices, make this year’s Tacoma a better value proposition than ever.”
Motortrend took a close look at this best-seller and said, “Pickup trucks are famous for their Lego-like option sheets, and the new Toyota Tacoma is no exception: it boasts a full 32 different configurations when you mix and match its body styles, bed lengths, and engine choices. Throw in a wide range of trim levels, including the rugged TRD Off-Road and TRD Pro, and you’ve got a truck that can take care of business whether that means hauling and towing or bashing over dunes and boulders.”
Car and Driver is also a steady fan of this popular mid-size pickup, saying, “Its Toyota roots and trail-ready capabilities provide enviable cachet. While the Tacoma—also lovingly called the Taco—has a cult following among off-roaders, its downsized dimensions and renowned reliability have made it a popular alternative to larger trucks.”
Among the many updates you’ll love and a refreshed exterior with new grille designs, different wheel choices, revised taillights, and new LED headlights on specific trim levels. Inside, the Tacoma now offers a power-adjustable driver’s seat, bigger touchscreens with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, optional camera systems to provide a 360-degree view around the truck or even underneath it to detect obstacles.
The Tacoma TRD Pro receives all the latest technology as well as retuned shocks, lighter wheels, and a new Army Green paint color.
Though the base model starts around $29,500, Car and Driver recommends the TRD Off-Road model, which starts at a bit over $39,000 and has standard four-wheel drive and other desirable features: “Apart from the paint and interior colors, we’d select the Premium package, which includes a leather interior with heated front seats, and dual-zone automatic climate control.”
Reviewing the TRD Off-Road Pro, which begins at a little more than $45,000, Car and Driver says, “We found its lifted suspension, beefy shock absorbers, and gnarly tires made it one of the best trucks for off-roading.”
Edmunds raves about the Toyota Tacoma’s “Rugged off-pavement capability, easily understood interior controls, composite truck bed with movable tie-down cleats and a power outlet, and a yop-level V6 that can be paired with a six-speed manual transmission.”
Says US News. “You should buy a Tacoma if you want a well-built and comfortable truck with solid off-road chops. While the Tacoma’s starting price is about average for the class, the base model is better equipped than the bare-bones base models of many rivals. Every Tacoma comes with a healthy list of driver assistance technology and cool infotainment features.”
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