The market for pick-ups has been dominated by U.S. manufacturers throughout its history, but this has not prevented others to try and in the case of the Japanese have done pretty well, especially with his Toyota Tacoma.
The Toyota Tacoma comes in three different accessible models that are all well worth your consideration. The Tacoma is a middle pickup that can compete head on with the best offered the American market. His aesthetic is robust and has several details like the honeycomb vents that make it look pretty aggressive. Virtually all design features found in the front. The headlights and grille are clearly distinguished Japanese design and achieves full of American design trends. The interior is quite spacious. You can carry three adults in the rear bench a little tight but will definitely two travel much better although we would appreciate a little more knee room. The front seats are very comfortable and if you are in a vehicle large enough to feel like you’re never far from anything.
The controls are all on hand and it shows that thought in passenger comfort when designing the board since everything is within reach, especially the driver. The equipment is pretty good. We found no excessive frills but have everything you need to not miss a thing, especially if we consider that it is a work vehicle. Despite a pick-up is light capabilities are good. The cargo box is a very good size and when full the 4.0-liter V6 engine with 236 horsepower the moves pretty well, especially the 266 lb.-ft. of torque it has.
Their dynamic behavior is as expected, is by no means a sports car but when you empty the engine feels lively, although it is important to note that the lack of rear axle weight will usually feel some “loose”. Off-road capabilities of this truck are pretty good, especially because it has gearbox which gives us control what kind of traction we want, and when we put the coach in the Tacoma 4L a car becomes a civilized very acceptable bearing an animal ready to climb the most difficult trails. Toyota Tacoma truck dealerships will probably sell all three: the regular cab, the access cab, and the double cab. As mentioned before the space in the rear seats is somewhat reduced, feels that they refused to compromise with anything or carrying capacity and interior space would have been better if I had more space in either of those departments rather than half stay in both.
Recall that the Tacoma is a pickup middle and taking into account that segment the Japanese have done an excellent job to compete with industry heavyweights. Surely the chances of becoming the leader in its segment sales are not many, but that does not mean it is not the best to be found if we are looking for a pick-up medium with excellent off-road capabilities.
The Regular Cab
The regular cab features multi-reflector halogen headlights, not to mention a black grille insert, black door handles, outside mirrors, and bumpers for the front and back. The regular cab also includes overfenders, a deck rail system, four cargo bed tie-down points, a removable tailgate with 16-in. styled steel wheels, two-speed windshield wipers, mudguards, and skid plates.
The Access Cab
The access cab has a fog light option, a color-keyed bumpers option, color-keyed hood scoop, and also a mounted AC power outlet option. It also has the option to include power mirrors. It includes dual rear-hinged access doors, optional wheel types, and variable intermittent windshield wipers. Also optional is the convenience of having a tailgate-handle integrated backup camera.
The Double Cab
The double cab has chrome wheels available. This is the only model for which chrome wheels are an option. In almost every other respect, the double cab offers the same options as the access cab. However, the dual rear-hinged access doors are only available on the access cab.
This has provided an overview in terms of the differences between the regular cab, the access cab, and the double cab. Hopefully these facts have been helpful to you should you decide to possibly buy a Toyota Tacoma. The 2013 Tacoma was named Best Resale Value in its class by Kelley Blue Book’s.