中古 Toyota Tacoma 販売中 (4 件)
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The Toyota Tacoma is a pickup truck produced in the U.S. by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota since 1995. The latest generation has a new exterior profile taking styling cues from the 2014 model year 4Runner SUV and the 2014 model year Tundra pickup and features a much more aggressive and masculine look, with a larger grill and new projector beam headlamps. The tailgate and bed were redesigned and featured a debossed Tacoma logo together with an infused spoiler. New character lines were also recorded on the truck as well as an air dam in front of the vehicle – these new features will likely support in added fuel economy.
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Toyota Tacoma: Beauty And The Beast - Both In This Truck
Toyota Tacoma is a powerful compact pickup truck and an adept off-roader, delivering a bevy of adventuring gear and up to 9.4 inches of ground clearance. On-road driving is satisfying. Inside, the Tacoma's seats are supportive, with intuitive technology. Additionally, its payload capacity and its predicted reliability rating stand among the highest ranks in the class. Still, some rival trucks can tow heavier and have fancier cabins and better fuel efficiency. Though it’s a compact pickup, the Tacoma is a large vehicle. This larger size may not fit into urban life, but if you have the space and the need for the Tacoma, it’s a great buy.
2. Exterior Magnificence
Redesigned with a more imposing front fascia and a higher hood line than before, the Toyota Tacoma is bolder than last generation, especially in TRD Off Road or TRD Pro guise. The latter is new for 2017 models and combines a 1-inch suspension lift with LED driving lamps, black alloy wheels, and big brand badging across its grille.
From the side, the look is a little more conservative, when compared to the 2015 Tacoma. That’s because these trucks have lost their distinctive (and some might say, polarizing) offset wheel wells with oversized fender flares. Our trucks have been gaining a more proportional and refined look.
Unrivaled Beauty For A Truck
At the back, the Tacoma's got nameplate to be sculpted into the tailgate. A three-piece bumper with resin side covers and long-glass fiber reinforcement offers a somewhat different look in back, helping to save weight and allowing easy replacement in the event of a bump or to off road or on a job site.
3. Interior Comforts
The Toyota Tacoma offers four seats in Access Cab models and five seats in Double Cab models. Its front seats are cozy, and there’s a lot of room up front in both cab styles. The Access Cab model has a couple of rear-hinged doors, and its jump seats are cramped and uncomfortable. The Toyota Tacoma Double Cab offers traditional rear doors, and its rear bench seat is comfier and roomy enough for kids and teens, but long trips will not suit adults there. For a pickup with truly adult-sized rear seats, you’ll want to opt for a full-size truck. The Tacoma’s cabin keep quiet at highway speeds, its interior materials feel sturdy, and the dashboard has a crisp design.
Cabin Makes Ease For Driving
The Tacoma is available with a 6.1-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, a USB port, a rearview camera, a CD player, AM/FM radio, and hands-free iPhone connectivity (Siri Eyes Free). Available features consist of a navigation system and a larger 7-inch screen, satellite radio, a JBL stereo, and an Entune app suite with Pandora, iHeartRadio, Yelp, and more. The infotainment system has plain menus and reacts promptly to inputs. Most of the audio and climate control functions can be accessed using traditional buttons and knobs as well. You don’t have to use the touch screen for everything, making it an easy system to use on the go.
4. Mechanical Excellence
The Toyota Tacoma offers two engine options: a 2.7-liter four-cylinder with 159 horsepower, and a 3.5-liter V6 with 278 horsepower. Rear-wheel drive and a six-speed automatic transmission come as standard; so as four-wheel drive (4WD) coupled with six- and five-speed manual transmissions. The four-cylinder engine delivers a decent job of hustling the Tacoma around town, but it sounds strained under hard acceleration and offers no fuel economy benefit over the brawnier V6. The Tacoma has respectable gas efficiency for a compact truck. The Tacoma’s V6 engine returns an EPA-estimated 19 mpg on urban streets and 24 mpg on the highway. The four-cylinder Tacoma with front-wheel drive gives a comparable 19/23 mpg city/highway (19/22 mpg with 4WD).
Power Core Of The Beast
With different trim level and options, the Tacoma can tow up to 6,800 pounds or haul up to 1,620 pounds, according to the latest testing methodology by Toyota. That highest tow rating comes with a package of a heavy-duty oil and transmission cooler (with the automatic), a 130-amp alternator (manual models), and Trailer Sway Control.
5. Relentless Performance
The Toyota Tacoma makes impression with responsive steering, strong brakes, and a comfortable ride. Every four-wheel-drive Tacoma has what it takes to venture off-road confidently, thanks to the truck’s skid plates, two-speed transfer case, and 9.4 inches of ground clearance. For extreme off-roading capability, go for the TRD Off-Road and TRD Pro trims. These models add high-performance shock absorbers, a locking rear differential, additional traction control modes (Multi-Terrain Select), and crawl control (a low-speed form of cruise control).
With a new Multi-Terrain Select system, modes for driving conditions from mud to sand to slick rock alter the Tacoma's throttle and braking to aid traction. Combined with excellent sightlines and outward visibility, it’s a off-road beast in a wide range of conditions.
6. Safety Technology
As with all new cars and trucks, the Toyota Tacoma provides dual front- front-side and side curtain airbags, along with knee airbags for the driver and front passengers. Blind spot warning with rear cross-traffic alert can be added. The 2017 Tacoma was rewarded with four-star overall rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, with a five star rating for the side crash test, and four stars for rollover. The 2016 model had the top score of Good on the moderate front overlap and side impact tests.
A Lucrative Investment
The following is our summary of what you should consider before purchase of the Toyota Tacoma:
- Rugged off-pavement capability is not limited to the specialty models
- Attractive interior is fitted with easily understood controls
- Composite truck bed has movable tie-down cleats and power outlet
- Top-level V6 can be paired with a six-speed manual transmission
- Underpowered, inefficient four-cylinder base engine
- Excessive tire noise from TRD models on pavement
- Non-TRD models not optimized for off-road driving
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