Toyota announces prices of the much anticipated 2015 Tacoma TRD Pro Series off-road trucks
Toyota has released prices for the 2015 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Series off-road package. About 40% of Tacomas sold have some level of TRD equipment and enthusiasts have been waiting anxiously to see what the new 2015 Pro Series package would cost.
2015 Tacoma TRD Pro Series Prices
We have to say that our earlier estimates were a bit low. The least expensive 2015 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Series truck is the 4X4 Access Cab V6 manual. The MSRP not including the $885 delivery fee and dealer “Doc Fees” is $35,525. With an automatic transmission, that truck is a bit more at $36,505. The Tacoma TRD Pro Series 4X4 Double Cab manual is $36,435, and the automatic has the same $1,025 added so the Double cab automatic tops out at $37,415.
Added Standard Content On Pro Series
The Pro Series does come standard with a lot of content. Entune Premium Audio and Black SofTex seats with red trimming come standard on Pro Series trucks. Seats are power and heated, and Homelink garage door openers, an auto-dim mirror and auto-on-off headlights are also included.
Toyota also announced the 4Runner TRD Pro will be offered with its automatic transmission at a lofty $41,110. On the other hand, try to find a more off-road capable SUV than this at that price. Toyota may be offering a lot of sport-ute for the money in this package for those that like 4Runners already and plan to be off-road.
Our prior story detailed all the nifty off-road equipment that the Tacoma will come with, and the list is impressive. Those who have tested the trucks say good things about the trucks and these prices are likely to make the Pro Series popular with buyers.
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