What off-road features are available for the 2021 Toyota Tacoma?
The Toyota Tacoma is one of the most rugged trucks in the mid-size pickup truck segment. With a robust exterior and functional interior, the Tacoma is purposefully built to take over any terrain it sets foot on. That said, how off-road capable is the 2021 Toyota Tacoma? In this article, we are going to look into the off-road features offered in the 2021 Tacoma.
The 2021 Tacoma is available in six trims – the SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off-Road, Limited, and TRD Pro. The price varies from $26,400 MSRP for the base SR trim and goes all the way to $44,325 MSRP for the top-end TRD Pro variant. Interested in the 2021 Toyota Tacoma? Contact us today to experience it in person.
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Off-Road Features of the 2021 Toyota Tacoma
The 2021 Toyota Tacoma is a rugged machine on four wheels and pretty much dominates all types of terrain. The off-road-oriented TRD Off-Road trim is engineered for this purpose and comes with an array of features such as an Electronically locking rear differential and TRD Off-Road tuned suspension with Bilstein® shocks. Coming to off-road specific features, the Tacoma TRD Off-Road is equipped with Multi-Terrain Select (MTS), Crawl Control (CRAWL), and Hill Start Assist Control (HAC). These features equip Tacoma to take on any challenge.
More about the Toyota Tacoma’s Off-Road-Specific Trims
Other than the features mentioned in the previous paragraph, the Tacoma TRD Off-Road has a lot to offer. While the other trims come with an Approach angle of 29 degrees, the TRD Off-Road has 32 degrees. The TRD Pro takes it up a notch to 35 and 23.9 degrees of Approach and Breakover angles giving it that extra edge. With an impressive ground clearance of 9.4 degrees, you won’t have to worry about hitting an object. While the TRD Off-Road comes with the tuned suspension with Bilstein® shocks, the TRD Pro is equipped with TRD-tuned off-road suspension with 2.5-inch FOX® Internal Bypass coil-overs and rear remote-reservoir shocks.
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