That's not bad for the base model, but the upper trims are a little pricier.
A total of 21 configurations are available, with the range kicking off at $31,500 for the entry-level SR XtraCab 4x2. There are five models under the SR trim, the priciest being the Double Cab 4x4 6MT at $36,900. SR models receive standard LED headlights, leaf spring rear suspension, and the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 driver assist package.
The SR5 grade is better equipped and has six models, the cheapest being the XtraCab 4x2 at $36,200. The priciest SR5 is the $40,900 Double Cab 4x4 with the six-foot bed. The TRD Prerunner is offered on a single model, the XtraCab 4x2, and costs $38,100.
SR5 models receive LED fog lights, color-coded bumpers, blind-spot monitoring, and coil-sprung multi-link suspension at the rear (for double cab models).
The Tacoma TRD PreRunner receives 17-inch alloy wheels with all-terrain tires, underbody protection, a 12.3-inch digital driver's display, and a leather-trimmed steering wheel, among other things.
Moving up the range, we have the TRD Sport. This trim can be applied to five configurations, with the TRD Sport range kicking off at $39,400 for the Double Cab 4x2. The most expensive of the bunch is the $43,100 Double Cab 4x4 6' Bed. This trim is generously equipped with 18-inch wheels, automatic climate control, and an eight-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and six speakers.
The TRD Off-Road grade is paired exclusively with four-wheel drive models. This trim starts at $41,800 for the Double Cab 4x4 6MT and concludes with the $43,400 Double Cab 4x4 6' Bed. Standard TRD Off-Road features include 17-inch machined wheels with all-terrain tires, LED bed lighting, and comprehensive underbody protection.
Sitting at the top of the range is the Limited derivative. There's just one model, and it's priced at $52,100. This luxury-oriented model receives chromed 18-inch wheels, a power-operated sunroof, powered running boards, a 3D panoramic view monitor, and eight-way power-adjustable front seats with heating and ventilation. The seats are trimmed in SofTex artificial leather.
Strangely, there's no mention of the TRD Pro model, the hardcore off-roading version that receives IsoDynamic Performance Seats. Perhaps it will arrive later and claim its rightful position at the top of the range. The i-FORCE models will arrive at Toyota retailers this December, with i-FORCE MAX models to arrive in spring 2024.
As a reminder, the i-FORCE is available in three states of tune. In the SR model, it produces 228 horsepower and 243 lb-ft of torque, which is only available with an automatic gearbox. Other trims receive 278 hp/317 lb-ft or 270 hp/310 lb-ft when equipped with automatic or manual transmissions, respectively.
The i-FORCE MAX hybrid is the most powerful, with 326 horses and a muscular 465 lb-ft at its disposal. Pricing for these models will be announced at a later date. Regardless of which engine you opt for, the Tacoma gains motivation from a 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder.
Pricing for the entire range is as follows:
All prices listed above exclude Toyota's $1,495 delivery fee.