The 2016 Toyota Tacoma seems to be the pickup truck that can do it all. It’s comfortable to sit in, handles well off-road, and its cabin is intuitively laid out. Another great thing it that the 2016 Toyota Tacoma comes standard with Bluetooth and child anchor seats. This may not be your primary vehicle for getting the kids around, but if you need to, it sure is nice to have it be effortless and safe.
The 2016 Ford F150 has incorporated a number of changes. The most significant being a move away from steel and towards more aluminum in the body. The benefits of this seem to be lighter weight and higher miles per gallon. One potential drawback is the toughness of the aluminum, it will dent and fixing it isn’t always a low-cost proposition. Well, not as low as repairing steel body panels.
|2016 Toyota Tacoma||vs||2016 Ford F-150|
|2.7L 4-cyl.||Engine||3.5L V6|
|19 / 23||MPG||18 / 25|
When you look into buying a midsized pickup truck, you need to really look at how you are going to use it. What are you most likely to haul in it? What kind of towing capacity do you really need? If you go for the highest in the category will you really be using it? Overtime, and at the initial purchase the 2016 Toyota Tacoma is set to save you money and heartache. It has great gas mileage and while it doesn’t have the highest towing capacity in its class, it does have enough for most people.
Why don’t you stop by Serra Toyota in Birmingham AL and take a 2016 Toyota Tacoma out for a test drive? We think you’ll like how it handles and how intuitive it is to drive. Let us know if we can answer any questions for you. We are here to help!