Pricing for the 2016 Toyota Tacoma has leaked.
A document that appears to have come from a dealer meeting found its way onto the internet earlier today, revealing details on the 2016 Toyota Tacoma.
It appears that the pickup will start from $22,000 excluding destination, but it’s worth noting that the prices listed on the documents are “estimated and subject to change.” The documents also reveal that the 2016 Toyota Tacoma will dump the single cab configuration and there are no two-wheel-drive manual options. According to the Japanese automaker, the Tacoma’s manufacturing line is getting streamlined so that it can be “more efficient with less suspension configurations. Able to build more Tacomas.”
The four-wheel-drive trucks will get a manual transmission option and the new Tacoma will be equipped with either four- or six-cylinder engines. There are also two TRD models listed, the TRD Off-Road, which starts at $31,250 and the TRD Sport, priced from $30,685. The top-of-the-line model will be the Limited trim, with a $35,650 MSRP.
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It also appears that the tonneau cover, a $650 option, will have to be sold on over 30 percent of the Toyota Tacomas in order to meet CAFE requirements. Expect official pricing information on the 2016 Toyota Tacoma as well as the Japanese automaker’s destination fee to be announced soon.
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