While popular full-sized trucks get most of the buzz in that segment, a smaller, midsized option may work better for the work and travels. If a smaller, thriftier truck sounds like the right fit, this is one of the best midsized pickups on the market. Learn more about the 2023 Toyota Tacoma, now available.
Nothing major changes with the 2023 Tacoma, without a major overhaul marking sweeping redesigns or styling updates. The only notable addition is an updated suspension system with new wheels for the Tacoma Trail Edition and TRD Pro trim, both of which you’ll want to consider if you’re shopping for a truck that will take you off the beaten path beyond the Baltimore metro area.
With its variety of cab styles and bed sizes, the new Tacoma is perfect for all sorts of Baltimore area travels, especially if you don’t require the top-end capabilities of larger trucks. The starting two trims start you off with a 2.7-liter four-cylinder, producing 159 horsepower with 180 pound-feet of torque, but we recommend the available 3.5-liter V-6, which hums along at 278 horsepower with 265 pound-feet of torque and is an option for those starting trims, but standard with every other edition. Dynamic 4×4 systems can be added as well.
The 2023 Tacoma offers several trim levels and option packages, so you’ll want to let us know here in Glen Burnie what kinds of features and equipment you want. With its generous starting package of tech features, you’ll find standard touchscreen infotainment functions, smartphone integration, satellite radio and a Wi-Fi hotspot, among others. You’ll also start off with forward collision mitigation, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control, with other driver aids found in higher trims.
Head over to Safford Brown Toyota Glen Burnie today and we’ll be happy to help you get going on a new 2023 Tacoma.