The all-fresh 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro truck is going to introduce shortly before the end of 2016 to redefine an established off-road platform, and to dominate. With a broader, higher posture, a heritage-stimulated TOYOTA front grille, and complementary black details, this 2017 model truck is not afraid to demonstrate its aggressive side. The new model truck is ideal for those who would like to conquer the Alaskan wilds, or just tackling the local track.
This means that whether handing unreliable snow-covered land, driving off the compressed path, or surviving severe conditions where roads fright to tread, the adrenaline-propelling new model TRD Pro Series from the Japanese automaker is ready for any challenge. Born from vast experience, the Toyota TRD Pro Series Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner have assisted serious off-roaders go places they not at all dreamed possible.
2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Changes, Exterior
The next generation Tacoma TRD Pro is constructed not only to look aggressive, but it is also designed to perform well in the toughest off-road setting. Derived from the version of the Tacoma TRD Off-Road 4×4 Double Cab Short Bed, in either 6-velocity automatic or 6-velocity manual transmission, the new Tacoma TRD Pro will come in three outside colors: Cement, Super White and Barcelona Red Metallic. The exterior of each model will also include: TRD Pro aluminum front-skid plate. 16-inch TRD black alloy wheels with Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Kevlar-durable tires. Rigid Industries LED mist lights. Black TRD Pro and 4×4 back tailgate badges. Tail lamps with black bezels. Projector-beam headlamps with black bezels, LED daylight running Lights, and auto on or off feature. TRD Pro emblem on front door with diamond-blueprint knurled finish.
All models of the new truck will also come outfitted with a heritage-stimulated TOYOTA front grille with color-keyed enclose, blacked out graphic and hood scoop, color-keyed power exterior mirrors with turn indicators, black over fenders, color-keyed door handles and a color-keyed back bumper.
Driving an athletic package in rocky off-road conditions does not indicate that the new Tacoma does not offer a comfort ride. It also comes prepared with the most modern convenience and safety technologies. The new 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro interior combines convenience and sportiness with standard internal features that comprise: 4-way adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support and 4-way adjustable front passenger seat. Black TRD Pro leather-bordered heated front seats in the front with TRD Pro symbol positioned in the headrest. Entune quality acoustic system with incorporated Navigation system and App Suite. TRD Pro ground mats and shift knob Leather- bordered tilt/telescopic guiding wheel with auditory and Bluetooth hands-free telephone controls. Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. Back parking support sonar.
The new truck also comprises an analog instrumentation that has a 4.2-inch color multi-information exhibit with an incorporated tilt gauge and inclinometer. This display also adds external temperature, trip meters, odometer, and average fuel saving. All models of the new truck come outfitted with a GoPro-installed windshield for solemn off-roaders who want to document their uses with the GoPro HERO cameras.
2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Engine, Review
The new Tacoma TRD Pro 2017 persists to be all regarding off-road performance as it struggles to lift the bar from the original. The new model truck will be motorized by a V6, 24-valve direct-injection Atkinson-cycle mill with the displacement of 3.5 liters. This DOHC engine with the Variable Valve Timing-smart Wide intake and with VVT-I exhaust offers the new truck required power of 278 horsepower and the required torque of 265 lbs per foot. The engine will be coupled with a six-rate manual or with a six-rate automatic gearbox.
The new model actually gets its off-road cred via its TRD-mounted suspension and exhaust developments that include: FOX 2.5 interior bypass shocks adjusted by TRD. TRD-adjusted front springs with a one-inch raise. TRD-adjusted rear suspension by way of progressive-velocity off-road leaf mechanism.
Date of release and price
The 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro release date is expected to be for market during the fourth quarter of 2016 with the preliminary price of $ 37,000.