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Pricing Just Released for 2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

Buyers are lining up to reserve the first 2020 Tacoma TRD Pros as they prepare to reach dealerships. Find out what pricing is on the TRD Pro.

There is a good amount of excitement building for the release of the 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro. After all, it will be refreshed with new upgrades and updates, and buyers are preparing to reserve them as fast as they will be built.

2020 TRD Pro has new features

Interior updates to the 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro include a 10-way power drivers seats with lumbar support. This way, both taller and shorter drivers should be able to adjust their seat perfectly to accommodate everyone of all sizes.

Also, look for smart key push button start with auto open feature on both the driver and passenger front doors. For 2019 only the driver front door was auto open.

Android Auto in a 2020 Tacoma

Other new interior features include a larger 8-inch multimedia touch screen. Passengers who enjoy convenience and ease of use will appreciate the additions of standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, along with Alexa-enabled commands. Last week the 2020 Tundra hit dealerships and also included Android Auto for the first time in a Toyota model. Expect to see Android Auto also in the 2020 Sequoia and 2020 4Runner, as well as the 2020 Camry.

2020 Tacoma utilizes new cameras

New to the 2020 Tacoma are both Panoramic View Monitor and Multi-Terrain Monitors, which allow drivers to see around their trucks in entirely new ways. You can now see in front of, along the sides of, behind and even underneath your new Tacoma while you drive.

The 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro will feature both these monitoring systems in its double cab configurations. No longer will we have to drive blind wondering if we can clear those upcoming rocks or that treacherous stump that used to be real threats.

Other updates on 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro

Expect brand new 16” wheels that are over 4 pounds lighter than its previous 2019 model year. Also, look for TRD Pro LED headlights with black sport bezels and a sequential turn signal, along with both LED daytime running lights and LED fog lights.

I cannot wait to see the new Army Green TRD Pro Tacoma in person. We have already seen pictures of the 2020 Tundra Army Green as well as the 2020 4Runner Army Green and it is very impressive.

Pricing released for 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro

Buyers can expect a modest price increase from the 2019 Tacoma to the refreshed 2020 Tacoma. However, I feel the upgrades and updates included in the 2020 are important and will help drivers in many ways, and this can help justify the extra cost.

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For 2019 the factory MSRP for the Tacoma TRD Pro double cab 6-speed manual is $42,810. Expect the MSRP for the 6-speed 2020 TRD Pro at $43,960.

With automatic transmission double cab, the 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro will be $46,665, while it was $45,365 with the 2019 model year.

Time for your 2020 Tacoma thoughts

Are you looking forward to the updates and upgrades featured in 2020 Tacoma TRD Pro? A lot of these same features will be included in other trim levels for the Tacoma as well. Will you be shopping for a new Tacoma in the next year, and what trim level do you think will be for you?

Thanks for reading everyone. See you next story where I am discussing the 2020 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro pricing, that was just revealed by Toyota.

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Fallguy51 (not verified)    September 4, 2019 - 9:37AM

At those prices, I will definitely not be one of those lining up to reserve a 2020 Tacoma, but will hang onto my 2003 Taco for the foreseeable future, since it only has 194,000 miles on it...

Andrei (not verified)    September 4, 2019 - 9:54AM

46k for a light truck with drum brakes. I wonder what Toyota market dept is smoking.

Still driving 2002 Taco with 230k miles. Looks like I'll be driving it forever.

Jeff (not verified)    September 4, 2019 - 11:37AM

That’s a LOT of money for a smaller, midsized pickup! Jeez! I love Toyota but will wait for the redesigned Tundra. Also want a diesel that gets 30+mpg! Chevy full sized Silverado has a 6cyl turbo diesel that gets 33 mpg! That’s huge! My Avalanche gets like 14mpg!! LOL

CountSmackula (not verified)    September 4, 2019 - 11:48AM

That's a big negatory. I'll hold off on replacing my current Taco until sometime after it rolls over 300k. But only if I'm stuck in parts replacement hell. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Allen hanson (not verified)    September 4, 2019 - 7:12PM

What was Toyota thinking with the puke barf green. The ugly decals on the released 2020 images only makes it worse. It is so disgusting all my desires to purchase an iconic 2020 is gone. Toyota really missed an opportunity to make the most of the 2020 year with this debacle.

Johnny Avanti … (not verified)    September 4, 2019 - 9:45PM

Gee whizz after 25 years the tacoma is getting a power seat. Watch my video on my 221k mile 08 Terd V6 4x4 get two upgraded front seats.

Eric Armour (not verified)    October 23, 2019 - 3:09PM

I have a 2002 4x4 double crew cab. Almost perfect . 116,000 miles. Almost all highway miles. What's it truly worth. No problems