Introduced for 2017 Model, Pro TRD package extends from TRD Off-Road Package leader Tacoma 4WD Double Cab Short Bed trucks. This means that TRD Pro series boasts all the same off-road equipment, as already robust TRD Off-Road trim, while adding additional hardware to cope terrain.
Hardware is not only adding gave Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro. Leather seats with embroidered headrests, infotainment system of Entune, TRD-branded floor mats and gear, the standard TRD Pro “TOYOTA” grille, special wheels, frame flairs and TRD Pro badges.
According to the new Tacoma, a 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is based on 4 × 4 double cab version of the TRD off Road short bed. And it will also be available with a manual six-speed or six-speed automatic transmission.
The New truck comes with a completely new factory-installed off-road gear and joined the growing TRD Pro family of Toyota, which also contains a full-size Tundra pickup truck and 4Runner SUV model.
The truck comes standard with four-wheel drive, towing tow hitch receiver, and packaging. Of manual and automatic versions of the trucks are built using a control system of creep.
This 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD pro truck picked will not compete in the same category as the most famous Ford Raptor. The Raptor continues to create vigorously. The new 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is only 4 × 4 Double Cab short-bed model. And also there is a choice of six-speed manual transmission and six-speed automatic transmission.
Toyota equipped 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro with a V-6 engine with 3.5-liter, but not confirmed, horsepower and torque ratings, perhaps because this truck has a system TRD exhaust that potentially allows making more than the official 278 horsepower and 265 lb.-ft. of torque. Such is the case with first-generation Pro Tacoma TRD, which delivers very little increase in power and torque
Two camshafts variable valve timing precisely controls the air flow until both direct and port fuel injection control flow of fuel. The result is 278 horsepower at 265 liras-ft of torque at 4,600 rpm 6,000 rpm and
Toyota announced the price of its 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD, which is about $ 41,700 including destination. Adding automatic transmission costs $ 2,000 more.
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