Toyota's Off-Road Ready Tacoma and 4Runner TRD Pro Pricing

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Having made their official live debut at the Chicago Auto Show last February, Toyota has just announced pricing for its off-road ready Tacoma TRD Pro and 4Runner TRD Pro. Mid-size pickup truck enthusiasts should be aware that the Tacoma TRD Pro happens to be the cheapest off-roader you can buy stock. $36,410 will get you an Access Cab Tacoma TRD Pro with a V6 and six-speed manual. $37,320 is being asked for a Double Cab model.

A five-speed automatic will cost an additional $980. The latter you don’t want for something like this. The 4Runner TRD Pro begins at $41,995. Both vehicles feature TRD alloy wheels, TRD-tuned springs, TRD shift knobs, TRD exhaust, and special floor mats. Buyers also get a front skid plate, Bilstein shocks, and a revised grille with unique badging. Expect to see the Tacoma TRD Pro go on sale in early August while the 4Runner will arrive in September. Pricing has yet to be announced for the Tundra TRD Pro.

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