2018 Toyota Tacoma SR5 vs Limited
The light-duty Toyota Tacoma pickup truck is our favorite model for drivers who want the functionality of a truck bed and don’t have heavy-duty towing needs. With a low starting MSRP and plenty of trim levels, cab sizes, and configurations, it would be hard to look at the Tacoma lineup and not find something that fits your needs. To help truck shoppers find the perfect 2018 Toyota Tacoma model, we have compared to of the most popular Tacoma trims, the SR5 and Limited, to see what each brings to the table.
Keep reading to find towing specs, pricing information, and a feature comparison of the 2018 Toyota Tacoma SR5 and Limited trims, or head straight to our new Tacoma inventory by clicking the link below.
|2018 Toyota Tacoma SR5||vs||2018 Toyota Tacoma Limited|
|2.7-liter four-cylinder||Base Engine||3.5-liter V6|
|3,500 pounds||Base Towing Capacity||6,600 pounds|
What 2018 Toyota Tacoma trim is right for me?
Key Features on the SR5 Trim: Fog lights, variable intermittent windshield wipers, skid plates, a sliding rear window, Entune Audio Plus, Toyota Safety Sense, and more.
Key Features on the Limited Trim: Moonroof, 120-volt outlet, 18-inch alloy wheels, power rear window, dual-zone automatic climate control, a Qi-compatible wireless phone charging pad, Entune Premium, leather seats, keyless entry, push button start, blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and more.
As you can see from the key features listed above, the 2018 Toyota Tacoma SR5 comes well-equipped but doesn’t offer some of the creature comforts and added performance that is available in the Limited trim. Drivers looking for a higher max towing capacity, push button start, wireless charging, and a handful of other convenient amenities will want to consider spending the extra money to move up to the Limited trim. For more information on 2018 Toyota Tacoma lineup, truck shoppers can visit us a Serra Toyota in Birmingham, AL. Our team would be happy to go more in-depth about what each trim has to offer and can help you get set up with a test drive which is our favorite way to compare models.