2017 Toyota Tacoma Fails To Keep Up
While Toyota has managed to do a great job in meeting the demand for the 2017 Toyota Tacoma, the demand is on the increase and this has meant that Toyota is now failing to keep up.
Of course they are not going to just sit back and do nothing as they have said that they will invest $150 million in the plant at Tijuana. This is going to ensure that the amount of Toyota Tacoma units will be increased from 100,000 to 160,000.
The Toyota Tacoma has been doing very well but the competition isn’t that far behind and some people have said that this is down to the slow production rate of the vehicle. If the production is boosted it would mean that they can start to pull back up, if not they will keep falling behind.
The Toyota Tacoma that is out at the moment offers up the 2.7 litre 4 cylinder engine and there is a 3.5 litre offered with a V6 engine. The entry level model offers up about 19mpg around the city and on the highway you get about 24mpg. The entry level with the Access Cab style of body is available for around $24, 120.