IWhen you live this close to both Richmond and Washington D.C., one thing is for sure: You’re always traveling back and forth. Whether you’re seeing family members, meeting up with friends, or hauling work equipment back and forth from city to city, we know that you’re on the road a lot. If this is the case, you’re going to need a vehicle that’s versatile – something that gives you plenty of space for passengers but can also hold plenty of cargo and equipment. Enter: The Toyota Tacoma.
The Tacoma is also a popular option for those who enjoy taking off-road trips. Without losing quality, the Tacoma is offered in numerous trim levels which allow drivers to customize their Tacoma to suit their wants and needs. We’re sure you already know that Toyota has long been a name that drivers could trust. Why should the Tacoma be any different?
The 2019 Toyota Tacoma is offered in six separate trim levels: SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited, and TRD Pro. When it comes to technology, the Tacoma provides a variety of features such as a premium JBL audio system, a Qi wireless phone charging, USB ports, a navigation system, *Bluetooth®, an Entune app suite, satellite radio, and a 7-inch touchscreen. There’s also a variety of safety features spread across the trims such as an integrated backup camera, LED daytime running lights, lane departure warning, LED fog lights, automatic high beams, forward collision warning, a sway monitoring system, crawl control, and much more.
One of the most impressive trims of the lineup is the TRD Pro. With the TRD Pro, you receive a unique front grille, desert air intake, skid plate, cat-back exhaust, LED fog lights, Fox internal bypass shocks, crawl control, cruise control, an electronically locking rear differential, Bilstein shocks, a multi-terrain select option, hill start assist control, trailer-sway control, a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, and much more. Due to the amount of trim levels and packages, the 2019 Tacoma proves to be an excellent choice for drivers!
The first Toyota pickup sold in the United States was the Stout in 1964. Since then, the Stout has become known by a different name. The first generation Hi-Lux was introduced in 1969 and featured a more contemporary styling. The Hi-Lux name was changed in 1995 to, you guessed it, the Tacoma. 1995 was the year when the seventh generation Toyota trucks gained the Tacoma.
The first-generation Tacoma featured a new frame and a more powerful engine and in 2001, it underwent a restyling. The second generation offered the X-Runner trim which instantly became popular with drivers. Even thought it’s gone through many changes over the years, the Tacoma has remained a strong and dependable truck.
To learn more about the Toyota Tacoma, stop by and visit our dealership today. We have a wide variety of new and pre-owned vehicles in stock – including the Tacoma. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service, so stop by and see us soon.
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