As the best-selling midsize pickup in America for 11 straight years, the Toyota Tacoma is undoubtedly an incredibly popular vehicle. Drivers all around the country have come to know the Toyota Tacoma as a powerful and reliable pickup truck that is nearly guaranteed to get the job done. With this amazing reputation it has amassed over the years, it would be really easy for Toyota to rest on their laurels and not change the Toyota Tacoma. However, this is definitely not the case with the latest model. See how the newest model of Toyota Tacoma matches up with last year's version in this 2018 Toyota Tacoma vs 2017 Toyota Tacoma comparison. We will be comparing the base trim level of both the 2017 and 2018 Tacoma so that you know you are getting an accurate comparison. Continue reading for a detailed comparison of the features for both vehicles. If you are in the Birmingham area and are already considering a new Toyota Tacoma, follow the link below to our inventory.
2018 Toyota Tacoma
2017 Toyota Tacoma
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This direct comparison between the two highlights exactly what has changed between the 2018 Toyota Tacoma and the 2017 Toyota Tacoma. Let's look a little closer of the details of exactly what has changed in the 2018 Tacoma.
The standard features of adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning, which are unavailable in the 2017 Tacoma, are part of the great addition of Toyota Safety Sense P in the 2018 Tacoma. Along with adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning, Toyota Safety Sense P gives the 2018 Tacoma features like pedestrian detection, automatic high beams, automatic emergency braking and more.
Additionally, the new darker mesh grille in the 2018 Toyota Tacoma is just one of the great appearance changes in the Tacoma. This midsize pickup also offers an updated satin chrome grille for certain model grades and new black leather-trimmed interior.
Finally, the 2018 Toyota Tacoma no longer has the option of a 5-speed manual transmission. The 6-speed manual transmission and automatic transmission options are still available, which means a smoother ride with the all-new Tacoma.