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Toyota Updates Tacoma Pickup Truck Pricing For 2021 - What Changes Are In Store?

The top-selling Toyota Tacoma pickup has updated pricing for 2021.

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Toyota's Tacoma has been leading its class in sales for 15 years. With Tacomas flying off dealer lots this August, it won't be long unti the new 2021 Tacomas begint to populate dealer lots. With the new 2021 Tacomas on their way, Toyota has updated pricing accordig to the below chart. Please note that you should add $1,175 for destinaton and delivery.
2021 Tacoma prices 2021 Tacoma Safety
All Tacomas for 2021 include Toyota's Safety Sense P driver assist safety system. That includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert and automatic high beams. Systems like this enable Tacoma to comply with industry-adopted safety mandates and to earn top scores on IIHS safety tests.

2021 Tacoma Changes
Toyota's 2021 Tacoma is not a new generation of pickup trucks. It is a carry-over year with updates rather than a full makeover. The 2021 Tacoma Trail Special Edition adds convenience items, styling enhancements and extra storage. This trim is based on the SR5 and will be available in both 2WD and 4WD configurations.

The Tacoma Nightsahde Edition also makes its arrival in 2021. Based on the Limited trim, the Nightshade Tacoma gets dark smoke 18-inch wheels and a darkened chrome grill insert.

The TRD Pro gets a new color called Lunar Rock. It will replace Army Green for this year's color options.

Tha new 2021 Tacoma will be available in no less than 33 different configurations. Ask your dealer for dates and availability.

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