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What's New for the 2018 Toyota Tacoma?

As you have been searching for the right midsize truck to purchase, the 2018 Toyota Tacoma may have caught your attention. This is a truck that earned a nod for the best-selling vehicle in its class in 2017, and Toyota made minimal revisions to its already eye-catching exterior for 2018. This is a truck that has a smaller presence on the road than some pickup trucks, but it nonetheless screams power to passersby. This is a well-equipped truck that is available in a total of 30 unique configurations with trims, engine options and cabin sizes.

When you compare the 2017 Tacoma to the new 2018 version, the most substantial improvement comes in the area of safety. All 2018 Tacoma trucks are enhanced with a new Safety Sense P feature. This is a robust safety package that gives drivers the benefit of automated high beams, lane departure alert, radar cruise control, pre-collision notification, pedestrian crossing announcement and a sway warning feature. A great way to learn about these features is to speak with your Toyota sales representative.

2018 Toyota Tacoma

Trims & Features

You may be certain that the 2018 Toyota Tacoma is the pickup truck that you want to buy, but before you can enjoy all that this vehicle offers for yourself, you need to learn more about the trims available. Some drivers are looking for a more advanced driving experience, and they may be interested in trims like the Pro TRD Tacoma, the Limited Tacoma or the TRD Sport Tacoma. Others may be happy with a more simplified version, such as the TRD Off-Road Tacoma, the SR 5 Tacoma or the SR Tacoma. Regardless of the trim that is right for you, all Tacoma trucks for 2018 have several common features. These range from remote door locks and power one-touch windows to heated side mirrors with turn signals built into them. You can also enjoy a keyless ignition feature, a robust sound system, adaptive cruise control, power steering and a leather steering wheel with buttons for cruise control and sound on it.


2018 Toyota TacomaThe performance and power capabilities of a truck are often hot buttons for buyers, and the good news is that the 2018 Tacoma does not disappoint in these important areas. To give you a comfortable ride in a vehicle with great handling, your Tacoma will include a front independent suspension, a six-speed auto transmission with four-wheel drive, stability control, traction enhancement and more. The four-cylinder option that is available with some trims has 159 horsepower and 180 foot-lbs. of torque. The six-cylinder option is available with all trim levels, and it gives you 279 horsepower and 278 foot-lbs. of torque.


2018 Toyota Tacoma InteriorWith the addition of the Safety Sense P in the 2018 Tacoma and the test results from U.S. News, IIHS and NHTSA all indicate that this is a safe vehicle in the midsize truck class. Specifically, U.S. News graded the 2018 Tacoma with 9.3 out of 10 safety points. IIHS graded it as good for all five safety tests it reviewed. NHTSA issued a superior rating for the truck's overall safety. Remember that the Safety Sense P is only one of many standard safety features in the 2018 Tacoma. Other features in all Tacoma trucks for 2018 include front disc and rear drum brakes with brake assist, anti-lock brakes, front tow hooks, daytime running lights, front and side airbags, a deactivation feature for the front passenger airbag and others.

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