What’s New with the 2016 Toyota Tacoma
Redesigned and ready to roll, the 2016 Toyota Tacoma offers upgrades and new features that are sure to impress even the most discriminating buyers. The latest model of this truck has more to offer than its 2015 predecessor. If you’re looking for a mid-size pickup that has a fresh look and plenty of enhancements, the 2016 Tacoma is the right choice for you.
An Updated Exterior
Look at the 2015 and 2016 from the side, and you won’t see much of a difference in their silhouettes. However, when you look at them head on, it’s a different story. The 2016 has a newly styled grille, sharper lines on the hood, and redesigned headlights. The rear of the truck also has a slightly modified design. The new look is modern and muscular.
A Better Interior
For starters, the 2016 Tacoma only comes with a crew or extended cab. The regular cab is no longer an option. For the first time, this model now has a central control stack, adding to the driver’s comfort. The other interior changes include reshaped vents and a new design for the gauge cluster. Though these are small changes, they give this truck a more appealing appearance.
An Improvement Under the Hood
More fuel efficient and quieter, the 2016 Toyota Tacoma’s engine is a better version of the V6 that came with the prior year’s model. This allows you to save money on fuel and enjoy a quieter ride while still having a noticeable improvement in horsepower. The new engine is earning praise from industry insiders who say it’s an upgrade drivers are sure to appreciate.