2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro

Feb 15, 2016

Category: Rides

There are few things better than brand-new tech combined with rugged off-road capability. This last week at the Chicago Auto Show, Toyota debuted a truck that has the perfect combination of both of those things. The TRD Off-Road 4×4 Double Cab Short Bed comes with all the creature comforts – like leather trimmed front seating, an Entune Premium audio system, and a front panel with built in navigation and apps.

For off-road functionality, this rugged new truck offers either a six speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission and comes with Crawl Control, which automatically regulates the throttle and brakes for when you’re rolling around off the road. Coming out of the showroom on 16-inch black alloy wheels fitted with Goodyear Wrangler all-terrain kevlar reinforced tires – you’ll be able to put this car right to work. The TRD can come in either white, metallic red, or gray, and comes with a big aluminum skid plate, LED fog lights, and a mean looking grille with a black hood scoop. Pricing to be determined.

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