When you enter the market for a truck, you need to make sure it can handle your towing and hauling needs, but a good pickup should have more to offer than the essentials. That’s why the Toyota Tacoma builds on its hearty work abilities with impressive off-roading athleticism. From hauling a weighty payload to traversing the rugged wilderness, the Tacoma is ready for whatever challenge comes your way, and it delivers all its high-value performance and reliability with a surprisingly affordable price tag.
To really see how the Tacoma is suited for all your on- and off-road duties, you’ll need to check it out up close. Come visit our dealership in Gallup to explore the Tacoma inside, out, and under the hood. While you’re here at Amigo Toyota, we’ll hand you the keys for a test drive.
For 2021, the Tacoma now has a new trim level in its lineup. Toyota has introduced the Tacoma Trail Special Edition, which builds on the offerings of the Crew Cab SR5 model. This fresh variant features appealing additions like a 120-volt outlet in the truck bed and a lockable storage unit. You can also opt for the recently premiered Nightshade Edition, which comes with its own light and dark color options and blacked-out trim.
The Tacoma handles with confidence on streets and highways, and if you want to optimize it for off-roading, consider the Tacoma TRD Off-Road and TRD Pro models. These trims dominate the trials with additional gear like off-roading suspension, active traction control, and skid plates. The standard 2021 Tacoma runs on a 159-horsepower 4-cylinder engine, and you can also opt for the available 278-horsepower V6.
Inside the Tacoma, cushioned seating and airy legroom take the edge off even the most demanding work days, and your crew will have all the support they need for a comfortable ride. When younger passengers come aboard, you can fasten car seats in the second row with two full sets of LATCH connections. The standard cab is well equipped to withstand the trials of the modern work truck, and you can explore the trim options for available upgrades like a leather-wrapped steering wheel or the black upholstery in the Tacoma Trail Special Edition.
You have easy access to the Tacoma’s technology thanks to the truck’s 7-inch touchscreen. The pickup comes standard with smartphone synchronization for both Apple and Android devices, and Amazon Alexa and satellite radio are both standard issue as well. Toyota has also stocked their truck with safety gear like automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning.
Toyota has a rich history of innovating pickup truck design and functionality, and the Tacoma is the latest in a long succession. The truck lineage began with the Model SB, which debuted in Japan in 1947. Down to business with no bells or whistles, this practical workhorse was followed by the Stout 17 years later. When this model arrived stateside, drivers were initially surprised by its design, but grew to appreciate the truck for its high-value reliability. Thanks to the positive reception of the Stout, Toyota gained a footing in the American truck market, and followed with the Hi-Lux. The Tacoma arrived in 1995, adding to the Hi-Lux’s looks and capabilities and setting the groundwork for Toyota to expand on for decades to come.
Whenever you want to head out for a tough job, the Toyota Tacoma will be up for the task. It’s ready and waiting here at Amigo Toyota, and you’re invited to come see this capable truck and more in our new Toyota lineup. We’ll also help you finance the vehicle you want, so feel free to get started from home by applying for credit online.