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The 2014 Toyota Tacoma is offered with four levels of Entune audio, which leverages a smartphone to provide fully integrated access to navigation, entertainment and information services. A new SR appearance package is available for the Tacoma PreRunner and 4x4 Access Cab and Double Cab base models. The X-Runner is discontinued.
The Toyota Tacoma rolls into 2013 without significant changes after it got a mild facelift, minor interior upgrades and some new audio systems just last year. As before, some top-line options, including the JBL-equipped audio system and Toyota's Entune infotainment system, are reserved for the V6/automatic Double Cab versions.
The 2012 Toyota Tacoma compact pickup truck receives new front-end styling, with a new grille and headlight design, some upgraded interior pieces and new audio systems that include USB ports and Bluetooth. Double Cab V6 models receive the most modern audio system that includes Toyota's Entune infotainment, navigation, HD radio, text/email-to-voice and the JBL GreenEdge energy-efficient sound system.
Five new fuel-efficient models join the Tacoma lineup for 2011, all equipped with the 2.7-liter engine. New trims include the T|X and T|X Pro Package, both based on last year's SEMA concept trucks. New features for 2011 include standard air conditioning on Regular Cab models and satellite radio on all models equipped with the six-disc CD changer.
New standard features for 2009 include Toyota's STAR Safety System which adds front side and side curtain airbags, as well as electronic traction and stability control. A new Auto Limited-slip Differential (Auto-LSD) replaces last year's mechanical model.
Toyota's compact Tacoma pickup for 2015 carries on the long tradition of rugged durability, outstanding longevity, low cost of ownership and excellent resale value. Millions of happy customers have helped make Toyota's Tacoma the most popular compact pickup in America, even though its current proportions actually move it squarely into the realm of a midsize pickup. As Ford and Ram have completely abandoned the compact/midsize pickup segment, the Tacoma's only real competition comes from two rivals: Nissan and GM. Nissan's Frontier is solid but doesn't offer as many model variations. GM's new Colorado and Canyon are vastly improved but remain untested. However, if the promise of a diesel engine comes to fruition, the pair will have a leg up on the aging Tacoma.