2019 Toyota Tacoma in Sinking Spring, PA

Among the many pickups on the market, the Toyota Tacoma excels in utility and off-road prowess while still offering advanced driver assistance technology and a comfortable interior. Lightly refreshed for 2019, the Tacoma offers an even better suite of standard features than before while keeping its excellent powertrains. Try out the 2019 Tacoma if you're looking for a high-riding, powerful modern truck.[INSERT IMAGE AT SIZE TO FIT CONTAINER - add padding to bottom if necessary]Overview paragraph

Trim Levels

The 2019 Tacoma has six trim levels: the SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited, and TRD Pro. The TRD Pro is the top-level off-roading trim that got some body styling updates for 2019, including new aluminum front skid plates, plus three new trim-unique color options: Voodoo Blue, Midnight Black Metallic, and Super White. The Tacoma is unique in that even as the trim levels increase in luxury features, they do not trade in their increases in capability and off-road tuning.Drivers can choose between an Access Cab and Double Cab. The Access Cab pairs with a six-foot bed, while the Double Cab pairs with a five-foot bed, has five seats instead of four, and has full-size rear doors. Privacy glass is now standard on all Tacoma trims, along with a color-keyed bumper, 16-inch steel wheels, a deck rail system, and a power-sliding privacy glass rear window, the latter being new for the 2019 Tacoma SR.

Engine

The 2019 Tacoma has two available engines. Up first is a 2.7-liter, four-cylinder engine with 159 horsepower, 180 pound-feet of torque, and a six-speed automatic transmission. The brawnier choice is a 3.5-liter V-6 engine with 278 horsepower, 265 pound-feet of torque, and a similar transmission. The V-6 is rear-wheel drive only, while the four-cylinder offers rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. The only exception to these rules is the TRD Pro, which is V-6 and four-wheel drive only and offers a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.

Performance

The Tacoma is at home off the pavement, but ordinary city and highway driving are both still agile, particularly in the steering and handling. One welcome update for 2019 is the option to get the V-6 engine with the base SR trim level. For drivers who like to charge through dusty terrain, the TRD Pro now offers a desert air intake as an available upgrade. This addition better filters the incoming air for the V-6 while also working to prevent water intake from wet terrain.

Interior

The Tacoma SR's cabin features include the Entune multimedia system, four-way adjustable cloth seats, driver-seat lumbar adjustment, a tilt/telescopic steering wheel with Entune controls, Bluetooth, and three USB ports, one for media and two for charging. Drivers who prefer having an infotainment screen will appreciate the SR5, which adds a 4.2-inch touchscreen, satellite radio, Scout GPS navigation, Siri voice controls, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Higher trim levels add more and more improvements, such as a 7-inch touch screen.

Safety Features

The 2019 Tundra comes with Toyota Safety Sense P, which consists of a pre-collision warning system with pedestrian detection, dynamic cruise control, lane departure alerts, trailer sway control, and automatic high beams. Available packages add several tech features that include useful driver aids, notably blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alerts.

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