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Our team is already enroute to Las Vegas, NV for the 2015 SEMA Show and we'll be #LIVEatSEMA all week long! Our coverage begins Monday morning so stay tuned to this page and our social networks.
Today Toyota released pricing for the Tacoma and 4Runner TRD Pro Models, which will be available at Toyota dealers this fall. We’ve been waiting to see what the additional functionality and cosmetic upgrades would cost, now we have our answers. Pricing for the TRD Pro Tundra model will be announced soon.
Jonathan & Bob are working Cruise Moab this week, and have started sending in some great shots of the event. Plenty more to come soon!
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Toyota has released pricing & model information for the 2014 Tacoma. New options for 2014 include a 'sporty' SR apprearance package, and 4 levels of Entune audio, with the backup camera screen moved from the rear view mirror to the Entune screen. The SR Package is meant to replace the X-Runner Tacoma Model, which is discountinued in '14. The package is only available on Access cab models (PreRunner and 4x4), and includes various cosmetic enhancements. No performance modifications appear to be part of the SR package.
There are also two new colors: Silver Sky Metallic and Blue Ribbon Metallic, but Toyota didn't provide examples of either. Luckily, pricing hasn't been affected much with an increase of only around $100 (0.4%). A 5 Speed auto V6 4x4 Tacoma with the Double Cab & long Bed starts at $28,285. Of course the TRD Off Road Package or Sport Package will increase that substantially.
Toyota also released pricing for the 2014 4Runner at the same time, showing an average increase of $1,330 (4%) for the SR5 and $2,370 (6%) for the Limited. These increases are (obviously) to cover the new design and features of both models.
Jim Akers grew up in a family of mechanics, so when asked to take over as Tacoma Magazine managing editor it was a no-brainer. Jim's excited to move over to Advertising Sales Director and TCT Event Manager and loves meeting & greeting friends on the trail.