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Tacoma Camión

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Especificaciones

  • Capacidad máxima de pasajeros - 4
  • Asientos delanteros tipo butaca
  • De operación manual asiento del conductor soporte lumbar
  • Apoyabrazos central delantero
  • Temporal trasero
  • Radio AM/FM
  • Reproductor de CD
  • Decodificador MP3
  • Controles en el volante para sistema de sonido
  • Altavoces - 6
  • 1a fila pantallas de cristal líquido LCD - 1
  • Dimensión de la pantalla LCD primaria - 6.1 plg
  • Conectividad inalámbrica - Bluetooth
  • Suspensión delantera independiente
  • Barra estabilizadora delantera
  • Dirección asistida
  • Dirección asistida proporcional a la velocidad
  • Llantas delanteras - 245/75 SR16.0
  • Llantas traseras - 245/75 SR16.0
  • Dimensión de los aros de ruedas - 16 pulg
  • Aire acondicionado
  • Ventanas eléctricas
  • Apertura de un solo toque
  • Entrada con iluminación
  • Volante inclinable
  • Volante telescópico
  • Portavasos delanteros
  • Portavasos traseros
  • Consola de techo
  • Cajuela en la puerta del conductor
  • Cajuela en la puerta del pasajero
  • Cajuelas de almacenaje en puertas traseras
  • Garantía de parachoques a parachoques - 36 meses/36,000 millas
  • Garantía sobre el grupo motopropulsor - 60 meses/60,000 millas
  • Garantía contra la perforación por corrosión - 60 meses/distancia ilimitada
  • Garantía de asistencia en la carretera - 24 meses/distancia ilimitada
  • Garantía de manteniemiento - 24 meses/25,000 millas
  • Espejos retrovisores - color carrocería
  • Parachoques - color carrocería
  • Parachoques peldaño
  • Cilindrada - 2.7 L
  • Configuración de cilindros - I4
  • Potencia - 159 cv a 5,200 rpm
  • Par motor - 180 pie-lb a 3,800 rpm
  • Válvulas - 16
  • Control variable de intervalo de válvulas
  • Inyección multipunto MPI secuencial
  • Combustible recomendado - regular sin plomo
  • Transmisión automática - 6 marchas
  • Tipo - tracción trasera
  • Diferencial de deslizamiento limitado
  • Economía de combustible combinada - 21mpg
  • Tanque de combustible - 21.1 galones
  • Economia de combustible en ciudad - 19mpg
  • Economia de combustible en carretera - 23mpg
  • Lámparas de lectura delanteras
  • Tacómetro
  • Indicador de la temperatura exterior
  • Indicador de baja presión de aire en los neumáticos
  • Cámara de asistencia al aparcamiento trasero
  • Visualizador - analógico
  • Cilindrada - 2.7 L
  • Potencia - 159 cv a 5,200 rpm
  • Par motor - 180 pie-lb a 3,800 rpm
  • Diámetro x carrera - 95.0 x 95.0 mm (3.74 x 3.74 pulg)
  • Relación de compresión - 10.20 a 1
  • Peso neto - 1,805 kg (3,980 lb)
  • Peso Bruto Nominal del Veh. GVWR - 2,540 kg (5,600 lb)
  • Capacidad de remolque - 1,588 kg (3,500 lb)
  • Longitud - 5,392 mm (212.3 pulg)
  • Ancho - 1,890 mm (74.4 pulg)
  • Altura - 1,793 mm (70.6 pulg)
  • Distancia entre ejes - 3,236 mm (127.4 pulg)
  • Radio de giro - 6.2 m (20.3 pies)
  • Espacio para piernas delantero - 1,090 mm (42.9 pulg)
  • Espacio para piernas trasero - 625 mm (24.6 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza delantero - 1,008 mm (39.7 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza trasero - 886 mm (34.9 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas delantero - 1,453 mm (57.2 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas trasero - 1,313 mm (51.7 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros delantero - 1,481 mm (58.3 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros trasero - 1,435 mm (56.5 pulg)
  • Frenos frenos antibloqueo (ABS)
  • Sistema de asistencia al frenado de emergencia
  • Dos bolsas de aire frontales
  • Bolsa de aire de impacto frontal para pasajero con interruptor de desactivación
  • Dos bolsas de aire laterales delanteras
  • Bolsas de aire integradas en el techo
  • Bolsa de aire para protección de rodillas
  • Bolsa de aire con sensor de ocupantes
  • Inmovilizador
  • Programa de estabilidad electrónico
  • Control de tracción
  • Cabeceras delanteras con protección contra traumatismos cráneo-cervicales
  • Ángulo de ataque - 29 grados
  • Ángulo de salida - 24 grados
  • Distancia máxima libre al suelo - 239 mm (9.4 pulg)
  • Ángulo de rampa (ventral) - 24 grados

Tapicerías

  MSRP Motor Transmisión Ciudad/Hwy mpg
SR (A6) (STD is Estimated) 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR (A6) (STD is Estimated) Buscar nuevos $24,320   159-hp 2.7L 4-cil  automática  19 / 23  
SR 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR Buscar nuevos $25,405   159-hp 2.7L 4-cil  automática  19 / 23  
SR (M5) (STD is Estimated) 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR (M5) (STD is Estimated) Buscar nuevos $25,845   159-hp 2.7L 4-cil  man.  19 / 21  
SR V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR V6 Buscar nuevos $26,185   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
SR5 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 Buscar nuevos $26,660   159-hp 2.7L 4-cil  automática  19 / 23  
SR (A6) 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR (A6) Buscar nuevos $27,395   159-hp 2.7L 4-cil  automática  19 / 22  
SR5 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 Buscar nuevos $27,550   159-hp 2.7L 4-cil  automática  19 / 23  
SR5 V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 V6 Buscar nuevos $29,155   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
SR5 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 Buscar nuevos $29,735   159-hp 2.7L 4-cil  automática  19 / 22  
SR V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR V6 Buscar nuevos $29,935   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
SR5 V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 V6 Buscar nuevos $30,145   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
SR5 V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 V6 Buscar nuevos $30,645   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
TRD Sport V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Sport V6 Buscar nuevos $30,940   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
TRD Sport V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Sport V6 Buscar nuevos $32,195   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
TRD Off Road V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Off Road V6 Buscar nuevos $32,195   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
SR5 V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 V6 Buscar nuevos $32,330   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Sport V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Sport V6 Buscar nuevos $32,590   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  man.  17 / 21  
TRD Sport V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Sport V6 Buscar nuevos $32,695   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
SR5 V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 V6 Buscar nuevos $32,965   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Sport V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Sport V6 Buscar nuevos $33,275   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  man.  17 / 20  
TRD Off Road V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Off Road V6 Buscar nuevos $33,275   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  man.  17 / 20  
SR5 V6 (A6) (STD is Estimated) 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión SR5 V6 (A6) (STD is Estimated) Buscar nuevos $33,465   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Sport V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Sport V6 Buscar nuevos $33,970   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Off Road V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Off Road V6 Buscar nuevos $33,970   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Sport V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Sport V6 Buscar nuevos $34,905   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Off Road V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Off Road V6 Buscar nuevos $34,905   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Sport V6 (A6) (STD is Estimated) 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Sport V6 (A6) (STD is Estimated) Buscar nuevos $35,515   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Off Road V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Off Road V6 Buscar nuevos $35,770   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
Limited V6 (A6) (STD is Estimated) 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión Limited V6 (A6) (STD is Estimated) Buscar nuevos $35,920   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  19 / 24  
Limited V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión Limited V6 Buscar nuevos $38,995   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  
TRD Pro V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Pro V6 Buscar nuevos $40,960   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  man.  17 / 20  
TRD Pro V6 2017 Toyota Tacoma Camión TRD Pro V6 Buscar nuevos $42,960   278-hp 3.5L 6-cil  automática  18 / 23  

Reviews

Driving Impression

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The 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine makes 159 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. With rear-wheel drive, it only comes with the 5-speed automatic transmission, but the 5-speed manual is available with four-wheel drive.

The 278-horsepower V6 is a happy-revving engine. With both direct injection and a variable intake system with a wide intake, it meets the Atkinson combustion cycle. Its 265 foot-pounds of torque work well with the 6-speed automatic, with its smooth upshifts and downshifts and excellent gear spacing.

Ride quality is better than it used to be. The front suspension uses double wishbones with coil springs whose rates were softened for 2016 to improve the ride, along with a softening of the rear shocks. That shock tuning included tweaks to the rebound damping through changed valving, to improve control.

The rigid chassis uses a steel ladder frame that’s closed with a crossmember in front, though not in back. The cabin structure uses high-strength steel with side beams.

Four tunes of suspension mean four different flavors of ride quality and handling. The SR, SR5, and Limited get the standard suspension, TRD Sport models get a sportier suspension setup, while TRD Off Road models get a suspension designed for offroad, with more wheel travel and articulation. The new TRD Pro gets heavy-duty Fox dampers.

The Pro handles really well off road, while the traction and stability control are low-key enough to be effective without interfering under a broad range of conditions. The TRD models actually ride smoother on rough roads and gravel roads.

TRD Off Road and TRD Pro models with the 6-speed automatic have Multi-Terrain Select, its dial located at the top of the windshield, presumably so an offroad charger can change modes without taking his eyes off the trail. The settings are Mud and Sand, Loose Rock, Moguls, Rock and Dirt, and Rock. The system affects a number of the truck’s dynamics, including throttle, and delivers the best theoretical traction for those conditions. For example, it allows a lot of wheelspin for Mud and Sand, but none for Rock.

There’s also hill-start assist and crawl control, which takes over the throttle and brakes at speeds up to 5 mph, so the driver can not worry about traction and concentrate on just steering, around big rocks or logs. Excellent sight lines from the cabin make them easier to see.

The TRD Pro’s 16-inch alloy wheels are mounted with big Goodyear Wrangler all-terrain tires with Kevlar sidewall reinforcement. The wheels are smaller than standard, leaving room for more sidewall, which is needed in very rugged terrain. That’s where the thick skidplates come in, too.

A key element to these trucks is their durability. Owners who spend a lot of time bouncing their trucks along river banks or over rugged, rocky terrain will find a Tacoma holds up for more seasons of abuse than many other vehicles will. Only Jeep and Land Rover compare in this regard.

Walk Around

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A freshened front end for 2016 doesn’t hide the fact that the Tacoma doesn’t look that much different than it did in 2005. The front fascia is more blocky, while the familiar big fender flares are gone. The hex pattern grille appears subdued compared to the bigger Tundra pickup.

The tailgate with Tacoma stamped on it looks industrial like the Tundra. The three-piece bumper made of fiberglass and resin makes it look different. It may not be rugged but it’s lightweight and easy to replace, if you don’t mind throwing away the easily broken one and paying for a new one.

The Pro looks more rugged, with its black alloy wheels and all-terrain tires, and lifted by one inch.

Interior Overview

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Cabin amenities and comfort are not the Tacoma’s strongest suits. The low roof and high floor means you’re climbing up and ducking into a tight cabin. The seats are not comfortable. In short, the Tacoma is not nearly as comfortable as the Chevy Colorado or GMC Canyon or Honda Ridgeline.

The seats are short and flat, the driver’s seat doesn’t raise or tilt, nor are there any power adjustments, standard on Canyon and Colorado. The seats across the Tacoma line are springy, foam-core affairs that put too much pressure on the seat bones and not enough support under the thighs. Back support is just as poor. They feel cheap and dated.

Even in the top Limited model, which adds nice leather, the driver’s seat doesn’t raise or tilt. But maybe that lack of ability to raise the seat is because headroom is limited, especially with the available moonroof. The leather itself offers slightly more support than the cloth does.

All that said, the Tacoma is full of excellent details. There’s an acoustic glass windshield and a lot of sound deadening, and the lack of cabin noise makes it feel refined. There are some upscale materials on the horizontal dashboard, and the surfaces are coordinated. The rearview mirror has a GoPro mount. There’s touchscreen audio, and most models can do smartphone navigation.

In the back, the tailgate has a lock and damper to keep it from slamming down when you drop it with one hand. Rails in the bed have movable cleats and tie-down points. Some models have a deck-mounted 120-volt AC power outlet. There’s an available four-panel folding tonneau cover.

The precise length of the short bed is 60.5 inches, and the long bed is 73.7 inches. The width of the bed is 53.4 inches, narrowing to 41.5 inches at the wheelwells, so a sheet of plywood won’t fit flat, and will have to ride on the raised tailgate. The depth of the bed is 19.1 inches.

The folding rear seats in the Access Cab are very small, suitable for kids who think it’s fun to be put in a box and bounced for a while, and groceries that might not mind. The Double Cab’s full back seat allegedly seats three, while being split 60/40 with storage under the bench.

Summary

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The Toyota Tacoma is the best choice among mid-size pickups for forays into rugged terrain. The Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, and Honda Ridgeline are better for commuting and as an alternative to a car. The tight cabin and low-rent seats mean the Tacoma is not the most comfortable. But it’s hard to break one of these or wear it out, so if you’re a fishing guide in Montana or a dirt biker in the Southwest, the Tacoma is your truck.

Sam Moses contributed to this report, with Mitch McCullough reporting from New Jersey.

Model Lineup

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The 2017 Toyota Tacoma comes in six models: SR, SR5, TRD Sport, TRD Off Road, TRD Limited, and TRD Pro. The SR Access Cab I4 automatic with six-foot bed and two-wheel drive ($24,120) is the base model. (All prices are MSRP and do not include destination charges.)

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