The 2024 Tacoma is equipped with a set of Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 safety systems.
In the US, Toyota revealed the configurations and announced prices for the Tacoma 2024 pickup truck. Although the car has added $2,900 in price (up to $32,995), it still turned out to be the most affordable in its segment: only the base Nissan Frontier S and Chevrolet are cheaper than the base Tacoma Colorado WT.
The increase is due to more powerful engines and improved equipment. Thus, under the hood of the base Tacoma SR 2024 there is a 2.4-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with an output of 228 hp, and in the next configuration – SR5 – a more powerful version of this engine, producing 270 hp. Interestingly, the SR and SR5 have a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The remaining versions are equipped with an I-Force Max hybrid power plant producing 326 hp. – It's now the most powerful production Tacoma ever produced.
The 2024 Tacoma SR5 starts at $37,695, TRD Prerunner at $39,595, TRD Sport at $40,895, TRD Off-Road at $43,295, and the top-of-the-line Limited at $53,595. Only the top-end TRD Off-Road and Limited variants have all-wheel drive as standard. In the case of the SR and SR5 trim levels, you have to pay an additional $3,200 for all-wheel drive; the additional payment for all-wheel drive in the TRD Sport version is $2,400.
Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 is standard on all versions of the 2024 Tacoma, including adaptive cruise control. Basic versions now have a media system with a larger 8-inch screen, while top versions have a 14-inch display. The SR and SR5 trims have a 7-inch digital instrument panel, while other trims have a 12-inch one. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support come standard on all versions of the 2024 Tacoma.
Product vehicles will be available at U.S. dealers in December.