2021 Tacoma New Editions & Base Pricing




Plano, Texas - As of this past August if you hadn't already heard the news about America's best selling mid-size pickup for 15 years in a row is yet adding to its already 33 different configurations with two new editions and of course with an all-new Special Edition color for the TRD Pro with a few tweaks across the rest of the lineup.


In continuation of its roots, the third-generation Tacoma continues to offer itself as "the prize" sought for its reliability and automotive market support from moderate to extreme we have found the Tacoma to capture the attention it deserves. The 2021 Tacoma will have a few extras in it's pocket when you find it on lots for the 2021 year. All v6 models now will have dual-zone auto AC, an upgraded audio to allow for some premium remote services on the TRD Pro and Off-road packages, on all SR5 models and higher an included first-aid kit.



All Tacoma models come loaded standard with Toyota's Safety Sense P (TSS-P), which has a pre-collision system with Pedestrian Detection, (DRCC) which is Toyota's High-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, and Lane Departure Alert along with an Automatic High Beam function.



The new TRD Pro Tacoma taxed from its Toyota RAV4 brother like a Taxpayer funded NASA mission the Lunar Rock color for 2021 replacing the Army Green in the TRD Pro color wheel chart. With it's longer horizontal lines and broadened tall front end, expect the Lunar Rock dipped TRD Pro Tacoma to take off like a Facebook "Storm Area 51, they can't stop all of us" event !



With the overland community bringing to light a sense of escaping the concrete jungle and expanding our need for nature by providing an all encompassing love for everything outdoors. It would be no surprise that Toyota would want to capitalize on an industry that has asked Toyota itself for favors with the third-generation genetic makeup. Toyota is introducing the all-new 2021 Toyota Tacoma Trail edition with a strong unique styling with a featured storage solutions and convenience being the emphasis.


Based on the SR5 trim level in both 2WD & 4WD variants. We will see the Tacoma Trail Edition slathered in of course in everything earth toned including Army Green, Cement, Midnight Black, and Super White featuring black exterior badging and black interior seating with tan stitching accents.




In all versions, standard all weather floor liners to keep the outdoor elements contained. Other quickly noticed features will be the ever coveted dark gray 16-inch TRD Off-road wheels shod with some pretty interesting Kevlar AT (All-Terrain) tires. The grille from the Tacoma Limited migrates a different look while outback, a 120-volt power outlet adds to the all-new and lockable insulated storage on the drivers side to double as a cooler with a drain plug.


Those with a darker side in life will feel as comfortable as a cold hand in a fitted leather glove wrapped around the steering wheel of the new Tacoma Nightshade Edition. While the Nightshade Editions have always been on the SE grade trim packages like the Toyota 4Runner, Toyota Camry, and Toyota Avalon's. The 2021 Tacoma Nightshade Edition will be built on the Limited grade package with black leather trim seating accompanied by a black exterior trim remnant of a foreboding tale.


Completing the striking look of the Tacoma Nightshade are 18-inch dark smoke alloy wheels, black tipped exhaust and driving light bezels and a new darkened-chrome insert for the grill. Available 2WD and 4Wd in a menacing Midnight Black Metallic or a traffic-morphing disappearing Magnetic Gray Metallic to give onlookers a stern impression of your darker self. For those wanting a more Archangel boost to send a clear message, the Special Edition will also be available in Windchill Pearl*.




* Added cost color






2021 Tacoma Pricing Release


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