2017 Toyota Tacoma Trd Pro Grill

There is a brand-new addition to the Toyota Tacoma lineup, and it is the 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro that is coming later on this fiscal year. This is an off-road concentrated Tacoma that exceeds and beyond exactly what the TRD Off-Road design is created to do. The TRD Off-Road truck is adept when it comes time to leave the pavement, however the TRD Pro gets an intensified suspension system to manage some high-speed off-road running. It's not a full-blown "Prize" trucks were found in the Baja (1000), but has added wheel travel and FOX Racing off-road shocks with remote tanks. The truck likewise includes: Stiff Industries LED fog lights, aluminum TRD front skid plate, TRD alloy Steel wheels with a design inspired, and Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain tires.

2017 Toyota Tacoma Trd Pro Grill

2017 Toyota Tacoma Trd Pro Grill

The TRD Pro Tacoma comes geared up with the exact same 3.5 L V6 engine as in other Tacomas. The engine puts out 278 hp @ 6,000 rpm and 265 lb-ft of torque @ 4,600 rpm. You still have an option in between a 6-speed automated or 6-speed manual transmissions in the TRD Pro. Handbook transmission lovers can rejoice!

2017 Toyota Tacoma Trd Pro Grill

How does the 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro vary from the 2016 Tacoma TRD Off-Road?

This table lets you get a fast summary of the distinctions. Essentially, the TRD Pro is a little taller, one inch broader, has actually enhanced method and departure angles, and loses simply 300 pounds of optimum pulling capability. It's a bit unexpected that the ground clearance stays the exact same, however it is determined as minimum clearance to the differential. In general, it appears that Toyota strove to increase off-road expertise of the truck without compromising day-to-day driving abilities. The truck has the exact same turning radius and the very same payload capability.

2017 Toyota Tacoma Trd Pro Grill

It's not a surprise that the truck has a somewhat lower towing capability, as the updated suspension parts and skid plates contribute to the curb weight. Still, Toyota had the ability to keep the payload capability undamaged.

Why did Toyota choose the Stiff Industries LED fog lights for TRD Pro? The front of the truck was raised simply enough that the basic fog lamps are expensive and do not abide by the SAE J583 requirements. The LEDs by Stiff Industries have a various light pattern that tosses light lower, larger, and even more than fogs on the TRD Off-Road truck. This is a welcome upgrade, and it originates from the factory.

2017 Toyota Tacoma Trd Pro Grill

2017 Toyota Tacoma Trd Pro Grill

Naturally, the TRD Pro includes a locking rear differential, A-TRAC traction system with the manual transmission, and Multi Surface Select and CRAWL control systems on the trucks geared up with the automated transmission.