San Antonio 2018 Toyota Tacoma Review | Tacoma Review

18/22  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.7  Sec.
0-60 MPH
2-4
Doors
4-5
Seats
60.5-73.7 in. Bed  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Toyota Tacoma?

The 2018 Tacoma is Toyota's effort to improve on an already well-designed midsize pickup truck. Notably, the 2017 model was the best-selling pickup in its class, but Toyota has made a few updates to stay ahead of the competition. The exterior body style for the 2018 model is relatively untouched, retaining its signature grille and powerful appearance. All six of the trim levels currently offered are available in a full range of appealing hues.

This is a pickup truck that has a body style that many automotive buyers can easily fall in love with, and there is good news for buyers who are concerned about safety. One of the major differences between the 2017 and 2018 models is that the newer version has an upgraded array of standard safety equipment. The Safety Sense P is a package that includes automated high beam headlights, lane departure notification, radar cruise control, a pedestrian crossing notification, a sway warning notification and a pre-collision system.

2018 Toyota Tacoma

Trims & Features

You understandably want your next pickup truck to have all of the convenience features that you need for a pleasurable time on the road. Regardless of which of the six trim levels that you select, you may be pleased to find that they all have a full list of similar features in common. The trim options that you can select from for the 2018 Tacoma from Toyota are SR and SR5 as lower-end options. There are also TRD Off-Road and TRD Sport is mid-level trims. The higher-end trims are the Tacoma Limited and the Pro TRD. Higher-level trims have progressively more sophisticated standard features, but even the most basic trims include one-touch power windows, remote keyless door locks and a keyless ignition starter. Other basic features include multiple speakers for the stereo system, adaptive cruise control, power steering, a leather steering wheel with tilt functionality and turn signals in the heated side mirrors. Upgraded options are found throughout the interior of more sophisticated Tacoma trim levels.

2018 Toyota Tacoma

Horsepower

Power and performance go hand in hand to deliver a stellar ride across all road surfaces in the 2018 Tacoma from Toyota. For most trim levels being sold for the 2018 version, you can choose between a V4 or V6 engine with horsepower that ranges between 159 and 279. The range of torque is between 180 and 278 ft.-lbs. To enhance your time behind the wheel of your new 2018 Tacoma even further, all engine configurations include an independent front suspension system, six speed automatic four-wheel drive, traction and stability management features and other performance and handling features.

Safety

2018 Toyota Tacoma InteriorThe Safety Sense P that is now standard in all Tacoma pickups for 2018 can take your experience on the road to a new level, and your confidence can further be boosted by other standard safety equipment. Braking assistance, headrest, daytime running headlamps, anti-lock brakes, front disc and rear drum brakes, airbags for all passengers, passenger airbag sensing deactivation and several other safety features are also standard in all trim packages. Tacoma is a pickup truck that can give you a stellar driving experience in all areas.

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