2017 Toyota Tacoma vs 2016 Toyota Tacoma
The Toyota Tacoma comes into 2017 with a great reputation and a great look, but that does not mean that the engineers at Toyota have taken the last year off from coming up with and implementing new features for the 2017 model year. In fact, it’s just the opposite. Take a side by side look at these two distinctive model years, and see why upgrading to the 2017 model year simply makes sense when it comes to features and value.
More New for You
Although the 2016 model year lineup was pretty impressive for the Toyota Tacoma, the 2017 model year builds off of an already great line up. With the addition of a Tacoma TRD Pro edition this year, you get a multitude of great features that you are going to want to test out on any mud pit or sand dune that you can find. Some of these features include, but are not limited to: 16-Inch TRD Black Alloy Wheels, All-Terrain Kevlar-Reinforced Tires, FOX 2.5 Internal Bypass Shocks, and Rigid Industries® LED Fog Lights just to name a few things.
Power and Performance
When it comes to power and performance, the Tacoma comes up big. With a new 3.5-liter V-6 engine and a Toyota D-4S direct and port fuel injection to give a substantial upgrade to an already stellar performance to a whopping 278 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of available torque. Tie it all together with a six-speed automatic gearbox and you have a truck that is not only fun to drive, but gives you the response and power to work hard as well.
Montana’s Home for the Tacoma
Sure, there are plenty of places that you could experience the differences between the 2016 model year and the new 2017, but what are you really getting when you visit a random dealership? Uncertainty, that’s what. When you shop with Ressler Motors of Bozeman, you know what to expect each and every time that you step foot on their lot; quality, affordability, and a relaxed shopping environment. So stop by their lot and schedule a test drive of the all new 2017 Toyota Tacoma; you will be glad that you did.